A virus that can stole money from the phone

Kaspersky Lab has detected an Android Malware in September 2017. It’s not like Ransomware Virus. But it is also dangerous from Virus Ransomware. This Trojan Virus named Xafecopy has the most effect in India and if you are an Android Phone user or you use services such as UPI, e-wallet in Mobile. So what do you like Xafecopy Money Malware? It should be aware of this because if you do not keep your Android Mobile Safe from this Virus, then one day your bank account will be cleared and you will not know.

What is Xafecopy Trojan & why is it called Money Malware?

This is a Trojan Software, which has been detected in the Kaspersky Lab on September 2017. Xafecopy is the main target of Trojan Android Operating System and by this one, about 4,800 mobile is effected within a month. Many people also know the name of Money Malware because this e-Wallet affects Internet banking apps and send all its information to your host.

According to Kaspersky Lab, Captcha Code Bypass can be done by Xafecopy Malware. Whatever number is the Captcha system of words, it can change the number of all, according to the Word itself.

How Xafecopy Trojan Works

All Trojan Malware has the same kind of work, it lets all users send information to the server, without users knowing about it, but features of all types of Trojan Malware are different from each other. The work of Xafecopy Money Malware is to access Wap Billing Information and send it to your server, xafecopy which is installed in any Android Phone, it sends its Billing Information to its Host Server. But this malware only works Mobile Connection, because WAP Services is only enabled on Mobile Connection.

How to avoid Xafecopy Trojan Malware?

Xafecopy Money Malware can not detect with any antivirus. You have to be safe with yourself to protect your Android Mobile. Kaspersky Lab Xpert has given some tips, which can be used to save Xafecopy Money Malware.

  • Do not download the app from Google Play Store. Because Xafecopy Malware was installed in most users’ phones because it used to download App from the Untrusted place.
  • This works on Malware Mobile Internet Connection, so if you have a Wifi Network then use it or use Mobile Internet only when you have a job.
  • Use Internet Banking at least on Mobile,
  • If you feel suspicious that Xafecopy malware has arrived in your mobile. Then you can reset the phone.

Friends here’s been told about Xafecopy Money Malware. This is a mobile malware that can damage your Android Phone at most. Yet no anti-virus has come to detect Xafecopy Trojan Malware. If you have to save it, you have to keep your mobile safe by yourself.

Impress your Friends with these Cool Tricks

Android Tricks : There’s more to your smartphone than you might think: underneath its user-friendly, simple surface there are all kinds of hidden features and shortcuts you can take advantage of doing more with your handset of choice.

Okay, okay – maybe your friends won’t be that impressed unless you make your phone vanish into thin air.

But these are all handy little tips you can use to get more out of your mobile, and maybe raise an eyebrow or two along the way.

1. Digitise your documents

Thanks to the increasing quality of smartphone cameras, you no longer need a scanner to get all of your paper files up into the cloud. Evernote, Google Drive and CamScanner are three of several apps that can do the job.

2. Identify songs in an instant

You can use apps such as Shazam or SoundHound to work out what you’re listening to, but you don’t have to: Google Now, Siri and Cortana can all respond to the voice command “what song is this?”.

3. Put your contact details on your lock screen

If someone else finds your phone, will they be able to get it back to you? Put your details on the lock screen to make sure: the option is in Settings on Android, Health on iOS and on Windows Phone you’ll have to edit the wallpaper.

4. Get automatic weather alerts with IFTTT (Android and iOS)

Set up a recipe on IFTTT (or the accompanying mobile apps) and you can get alerts sent straight to your phone if the weather’s looking bad – handy if rain or snow means you’ll need to leave for work earlier.

5. Fix the Google Calendar time zone (Android and iOS)

Delve into the Google Calendar app settings and it’s possible to fix the time zone (rather than have it update every time you travel somewhere). That way, you’ll always know when something’s happening at home.

6. Turn Wi-Fi off with your voice

The future is here: Siri, Google Now and Cortana let you turn off Wi-Fi with your voice. Just launch your app of choice and say “turn off Wi-Fi” to achieve the desired result. It works with Bluetooth as well).

7. Email huge files from your iPhone (iOS)

iOS 9.2 added Mail Drop to iPhones, so when you email a large file from your phone you’ll get a prompt to use it. Instead of attaching the file, Mail uploads it to iCloud, with the download link valid for 30 days.

8. Control your computer with your phone

A host of apps, from Spotify to YouTube, have some kind of remote control functionality built in. If you want overall control of your laptop or desktop, take a look at the likes of Unified Remote and Alfred.

9. Change the keyboard (Android and iOS)

Both Android and iOS now support the use of third-party keyboards, which can do everything from adding extra emojis to apply some neural network processing power to your phone’s autocorrect feature.

10. Find out where all your battery power is going

All the major smartphone OSes now have detailed readouts of which apps are using up most of your battery juice, so have a root through the Settings app to find the worst offenders and uninstall them if necessary.

11. Use aeroplane mode to speed up charging

Just like everyone else you probably want your phone to charge up as quickly as possible (even more so if you’re in a rush). Put it in aeroplane mode and it will use much less battery life and thus charge more quickly.

12. Keep your kids or friends inside one app (Android)

On Android Marshmallow, go to Settings, Security and Screen pinning – when activated, you can ‘pin’ apps from the multitasking screen, so the app can’t be left without a PIN. Handy for lending your handset to other people.

13. Use your iPhone’s LED flash for notifications (iOS)

You can have your iPhone’s LED light flash whenever a notification comes in as an extra way of alerting you to new activity: from Settings, choose General then Accessibility and then toggle LED Flash for Alerts to the on position.

14. Access Android’s hidden safe mode (Android)

Android has a hidden safe mode (like Windows) where third-party apps are disabled, which is useful for troubleshooting. On stock Android, Bring up the Power off the menu with the power button then long press on it.

15. Quickly flush the RAM on your iPhone (iOS)

iOS doesn’t have a safe mode, but you can quickly clear out the memory and speed everything up again – press and hold the power button, then when you see the “slide” message, press and hold the home button.

16. Unlock the System UI tuner (Android)

Android Marshmallow includes a hidden System UI tuner for playing around with the Quick Settings pane (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc). To enable it, press and hold the cog icon at the top of Quick Settings, then find it in the Settings app.

17. Turn the keyboard into a trackpad (iOS)

If you’re running iOS 9 or above on an iPad, an iPhone 6S or an iPhone 6S, press and hold two fingers on the keyboard to turn it into a makeshift trackpad. Unfortunately, the feature doesn’t work on older iPhones.

18. Go home with one button tap (Android)

Google Maps for Android offers a one-icon widget that instantly directs you to the address of your choosing – that means you can create a home screen shortcut that takes you home from anywhere with one finger tap.

19. Fall asleep to your music (iOS)

If you go into the Clock app on your iPhone you can set a countdown timer – easy enough – but you can then choose to Stop Playing as the option from the When Timer Ends menu to shut off all your music after the allotted period.

20. Set your alarm to get louder and louder (Android)

Here’s a tip for the Android Clock app: delve into the menu (three vertical dots) from the main alarms page then find the option that says Gradually increase volume. It gives you that extra impetus to get out of bed.

21. Snap photos with a hardware button

Sometimes you can’t beat the feeling of a real physical button when taking your snaps – well, good news because on Android, iOS and Windows Phone you can take photos using the volume buttons whilst in the Camera app.

22. Record screencasts on your phone (Android and iOS)

You can record phone screencasts pretty easily: either via the YouTube Gaming app on Android, or by plugging your iOS device into a Mac computer and selecting it as the recording input source in QuickTime.

23. Search for settings (Android and iOS)

If you need to get at a phone setting but you don’t know where it is, just search for it – the Settings apps on both Android and iOS have search options at the top that you can use to look for obscure options.

Impress your Friends with these Cool Tricks

Android Tricks : There’s more to your smartphone than you might think: underneath its user-friendly, simple surface there are all kinds of hidden features and shortcuts you can take advantage of doing more with your handset of choice.

Okay, okay – maybe your friends won’t be that impressed unless you make your phone vanish into thin air.

But these are all handy little tips you can use to get more out of your mobile, and maybe raise an eyebrow or two along the way.

1. Digitise your documents

Thanks to the increasing quality of smartphone cameras, you no longer need a scanner to get all of your paper files up into the cloud. Evernote, Google Drive and CamScanner are three of several apps that can do the job.

2. Identify songs in an instant

You can use apps such as Shazam or SoundHound to work out what you’re listening to, but you don’t have to: Google Now, Siri and Cortana can all respond to the voice command “what song is this?”.

3. Put your contact details on your lock screen

If someone else finds your phone, will they be able to get it back to you? Put your details on the lock screen to make sure: the option is in Settings on Android, Health on iOS and on Windows Phone you’ll have to edit the wallpaper.

4. Get automatic weather alerts with IFTTT (Android and iOS)

Set up a recipe on IFTTT (or the accompanying mobile apps) and you can get alerts sent straight to your phone if the weather’s looking bad – handy if rain or snow means you’ll need to leave for work earlier.

5. Fix the Google Calendar time zone (Android and iOS)

Delve into the Google Calendar app settings and it’s possible to fix the time zone (rather than have it update every time you travel somewhere). That way, you’ll always know when something’s happening at home.

6. Turn Wi-Fi off with your voice

The future is here: Siri, Google Now and Cortana let you turn off Wi-Fi with your voice. Just launch your app of choice and say “turn off Wi-Fi” to achieve the desired result. It works with Bluetooth as well).

7. Email huge files from your iPhone (iOS)

iOS 9.2 added Mail Drop to iPhones, so when you email a large file from your phone you’ll get a prompt to use it. Instead of attaching the file, Mail uploads it to iCloud, with the download link valid for 30 days.

8. Control your computer with your phone

A host of apps, from Spotify to YouTube, have some kind of remote control functionality built in. If you want overall control of your laptop or desktop, take a look at the likes of Unified Remote and Alfred.

9. Change the keyboard (Android and iOS)

Both Android and iOS now support the use of third-party keyboards, which can do everything from adding extra emojis to apply some neural network processing power to your phone’s autocorrect feature.

10. Find out where all your battery power is going

All the major smartphone OSes now have detailed readouts of which apps are using up most of your battery juice, so have a root through the Settings app to find the worst offenders and uninstall them if necessary.

11. Use aeroplane mode to speed up charging

Just like everyone else you probably want your phone to charge up as quickly as possible (even more so if you’re in a rush). Put it in aeroplane mode and it will use much less battery life and thus charge more quickly.

12. Keep your kids or friends inside one app (Android)

On Android Marshmallow, go to Settings, Security and Screen pinning – when activated, you can ‘pin’ apps from the multitasking screen, so the app can’t be left without a PIN. Handy for lending your handset to other people.

13. Use your iPhone’s LED flash for notifications (iOS)

You can have your iPhone’s LED light flash whenever a notification comes in as an extra way of alerting you to new activity: from Settings, choose General then Accessibility and then toggle LED Flash for Alerts to the on position.

14. Access Android’s hidden safe mode (Android)

Android has a hidden safe mode (like Windows) where third-party apps are disabled, which is useful for troubleshooting. On stock Android, Bring up the Power off the menu with the power button then long press on it.

15. Quickly flush the RAM on your iPhone (iOS)

iOS doesn’t have a safe mode, but you can quickly clear out the memory and speed everything up again – press and hold the power button, then when you see the “slide” message, press and hold the home button.

16. Unlock the System UI tuner (Android)

Android Marshmallow includes a hidden System UI tuner for playing around with the Quick Settings pane (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc). To enable it, press and hold the cog icon at the top of Quick Settings, then find it in the Settings app.

17. Turn the keyboard into a trackpad (iOS)

If you’re running iOS 9 or above on an iPad, an iPhone 6S or an iPhone 6S, press and hold two fingers on the keyboard to turn it into a makeshift trackpad. Unfortunately, the feature doesn’t work on older iPhones.

18. Go home with one button tap (Android)

Google Maps for Android offers a one-icon widget that instantly directs you to the address of your choosing – that means you can create a home screen shortcut that takes you home from anywhere with one finger tap.

19. Fall asleep to your music (iOS)

If you go into the Clock app on your iPhone you can set a countdown timer – easy enough – but you can then choose to Stop Playing as the option from the When Timer Ends menu to shut off all your music after the allotted period.

20. Set your alarm to get louder and louder (Android)

Here’s a tip for the Android Clock app: delve into the menu (three vertical dots) from the main alarms page then find the option that says Gradually increase volume. It gives you that extra impetus to get out of bed.

21. Snap photos with a hardware button

Sometimes you can’t beat the feeling of a real physical button when taking your snaps – well, good news because on Android, iOS and Windows Phone you can take photos using the volume buttons whilst in the Camera app.

22. Record screencasts on your phone (Android and iOS)

You can record phone screencasts pretty easily: either via the YouTube Gaming app on Android, or by plugging your iOS device into a Mac computer and selecting it as the recording input source in QuickTime.

23. Search for settings (Android and iOS)

If you need to get at a phone setting but you don’t know where it is, just search for it – the Settings apps on both Android and iOS have search options at the top that you can use to look for obscure options.

Impress your Friends with these Cool Tricks

Android Tricks : There’s more to your smartphone than you might think: underneath its user-friendly, simple surface there are all kinds of hidden features and shortcuts you can take advantage of doing more with your handset of choice.

Okay, okay – maybe your friends won’t be that impressed unless you make your phone vanish into thin air.

But these are all handy little tips you can use to get more out of your mobile, and maybe raise an eyebrow or two along the way.

1. Digitise your documents

Thanks to the increasing quality of smartphone cameras, you no longer need a scanner to get all of your paper files up into the cloud. Evernote, Google Drive and CamScanner are three of several apps that can do the job.

2. Identify songs in an instant

You can use apps such as Shazam or SoundHound to work out what you’re listening to, but you don’t have to: Google Now, Siri and Cortana can all respond to the voice command “what song is this?”.

3. Put your contact details on your lock screen

If someone else finds your phone, will they be able to get it back to you? Put your details on the lock screen to make sure: the option is in Settings on Android, Health on iOS and on Windows Phone you’ll have to edit the wallpaper.

4. Get automatic weather alerts with IFTTT (Android and iOS)

Set up a recipe on IFTTT (or the accompanying mobile apps) and you can get alerts sent straight to your phone if the weather’s looking bad – handy if rain or snow means you’ll need to leave for work earlier.

5. Fix the Google Calendar time zone (Android and iOS)

Delve into the Google Calendar app settings and it’s possible to fix the time zone (rather than have it update every time you travel somewhere). That way, you’ll always know when something’s happening at home.

6. Turn Wi-Fi off with your voice

The future is here: Siri, Google Now and Cortana let you turn off Wi-Fi with your voice. Just launch your app of choice and say “turn off Wi-Fi” to achieve the desired result. It works with Bluetooth as well).

7. Email huge files from your iPhone (iOS)

iOS 9.2 added Mail Drop to iPhones, so when you email a large file from your phone you’ll get a prompt to use it. Instead of attaching the file, Mail uploads it to iCloud, with the download link valid for 30 days.

8. Control your computer with your phone

A host of apps, from Spotify to YouTube, have some kind of remote control functionality built in. If you want overall control of your laptop or desktop, take a look at the likes of Unified Remote and Alfred.

9. Change the keyboard (Android and iOS)

Both Android and iOS now support the use of third-party keyboards, which can do everything from adding extra emojis to apply some neural network processing power to your phone’s autocorrect feature.

10. Find out where all your battery power is going

All the major smartphone OSes now have detailed readouts of which apps are using up most of your battery juice, so have a root through the Settings app to find the worst offenders and uninstall them if necessary.

11. Use aeroplane mode to speed up charging

Just like everyone else you probably want your phone to charge up as quickly as possible (even more so if you’re in a rush). Put it in aeroplane mode and it will use much less battery life and thus charge more quickly.

12. Keep your kids or friends inside one app (Android)

On Android Marshmallow, go to Settings, Security and Screen pinning – when activated, you can ‘pin’ apps from the multitasking screen, so the app can’t be left without a PIN. Handy for lending your handset to other people.

13. Use your iPhone’s LED flash for notifications (iOS)

You can have your iPhone’s LED light flash whenever a notification comes in as an extra way of alerting you to new activity: from Settings, choose General then Accessibility and then toggle LED Flash for Alerts to the on position.

14. Access Android’s hidden safe mode (Android)

Android has a hidden safe mode (like Windows) where third-party apps are disabled, which is useful for troubleshooting. On stock Android, Bring up the Power off the menu with the power button then long press on it.

15. Quickly flush the RAM on your iPhone (iOS)

iOS doesn’t have a safe mode, but you can quickly clear out the memory and speed everything up again – press and hold the power button, then when you see the “slide” message, press and hold the home button.

16. Unlock the System UI tuner (Android)

Android Marshmallow includes a hidden System UI tuner for playing around with the Quick Settings pane (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc). To enable it, press and hold the cog icon at the top of Quick Settings, then find it in the Settings app.

17. Turn the keyboard into a trackpad (iOS)

If you’re running iOS 9 or above on an iPad, an iPhone 6S or an iPhone 6S, press and hold two fingers on the keyboard to turn it into a makeshift trackpad. Unfortunately, the feature doesn’t work on older iPhones.

18. Go home with one button tap (Android)

Google Maps for Android offers a one-icon widget that instantly directs you to the address of your choosing – that means you can create a home screen shortcut that takes you home from anywhere with one finger tap.

19. Fall asleep to your music (iOS)

If you go into the Clock app on your iPhone you can set a countdown timer – easy enough – but you can then choose to Stop Playing as the option from the When Timer Ends menu to shut off all your music after the allotted period.

20. Set your alarm to get louder and louder (Android)

Here’s a tip for the Android Clock app: delve into the menu (three vertical dots) from the main alarms page then find the option that says Gradually increase volume. It gives you that extra impetus to get out of bed.

21. Snap photos with a hardware button

Sometimes you can’t beat the feeling of a real physical button when taking your snaps – well, good news because on Android, iOS and Windows Phone you can take photos using the volume buttons whilst in the Camera app.

22. Record screencasts on your phone (Android and iOS)

You can record phone screencasts pretty easily: either via the YouTube Gaming app on Android, or by plugging your iOS device into a Mac computer and selecting it as the recording input source in QuickTime.

23. Search for settings (Android and iOS)

If you need to get at a phone setting but you don’t know where it is, just search for it – the Settings apps on both Android and iOS have search options at the top that you can use to look for obscure options.

How to create a new external Hard Disk with defected and old hard disk?

External Hard Disk : When 90 of the 100 people have lost the Computer Internal Hard Disk, they consider it to be Useless. Similarly, many people use 500GB or 1TB hard disk in the computer by upgrading their old Computer 80GB, 320GB Hard Disk, so do not Utilize older Hard Disk Drive. But you must be surprised to know one thing, 90% of the Damage Internal Hard Disk can be used for data storage by creating External Hard Disk. Today I’m going to tell about this technology how to make the old external hard disk a new external hard disk.

Computer Internal Hard Disk Vs External Hard Disk

There is not much difference between these two, just understand that you can use the Internal Hard Disk as a Mobile Internal Memory in the computer and use External Hard Drive as a USB Pen Drive. Many External Drives can not be installed in OS, but can install OS in all Internal Hard Drives.

Convert Internal Hard Disk into External Hard Disk

As the Technology Upgrade is taking place, the use of Storage Devices is increasing. Whether online as Cloud Storage or in the form of Offline Hard Drives, Pen Drives and Memory Card, the price of all types of storage devices is also increasing. In such a case, if someone had an older Data Storage Device, then you should use it.

What would be the benefit of creating internal hard drive with External Hard Drive?

Suppose if you have a 320GB Useless Internal Hard Drive and you want to buy a Pen Drive for file sharing. Today, the price of 16GB 100MB / s Reading Speed & 50MB / s Writing Speed with USB 3.0 Interface Pen Drive will be between 700 and 900 rupees. But if you create your 320GB Useless Internal Hard Disk with External Hard Disk with 100MB / s Reading Speed & 50MB / s Writing Speed with USB 3.0 Interface, then its maximum price will be 600 rupees.

Step to convert internal hard disk into external hard disk

There is no need for any computer software or any rocket science to create an internal hard disk for an external hard disk. Because there is a difference between Internal Drives and External Hard Drives, you can not connect the internal drive to the Plug-in-Play Technique from Direct USB, while External Drives can be connected via Direct USB via Computer or through OTG Cable’s Connect Can do it.

Some online hardware tools come in, which convert Direct Internal to External Hard Drive, they are called Hard Drive Casing. Simply you have to insert Simple Internal Hard Drive inside the Case and it will be converted to External Hard Drive.

 What is Hard Disk Casing?

Hard Disk Casing or Hard Disk Adopter is a tool that can help you convert the Internal Hard Drive to External Hard Drive. With a website like Amazon, Flipkart, you can easily purchase Hard Disk Casing tool. The value of Hard Disk Casing varies depending on their features. Here are some of Casing, whose customer review & performance has been the best.

Step 1: First of all, let’s Fit Internal Hard Disk inside Adopter.

Step 2: After the internal hard drive is fit, it will be converted to External Hard Drive. After that you can store your data Permanently by connecting it to the computer with the help of a USB cable.

Friends, it is a very useful technology here. Through which you can create an internal hard drive to the external hard drive and make your Useless Hard Disk a Useful Data Storage Device. With this technique your money will also be saved and you will also get a Large-size Storage Device with High Speed Data transfer rate.

 

 

How to create a new external Hard Disk with defected and old hard disk?

External Hard Disk : When 90 of the 100 people have lost the Computer Internal Hard Disk, they consider it to be Useless. Similarly, many people use 500GB or 1TB hard disk in the computer by upgrading their old Computer 80GB, 320GB Hard Disk, so do not Utilize older Hard Disk Drive. But you must be surprised to know one thing, 90% of the Damage Internal Hard Disk can be used for data storage by creating External Hard Disk. Today I’m going to tell about this technology how to make the old external hard disk a new external hard disk.

Computer Internal Hard Disk Vs External Hard Disk

There is not much difference between these two, just understand that you can use the Internal Hard Disk as a Mobile Internal Memory in the computer and use External Hard Drive as a USB Pen Drive. Many External Drives can not be installed in OS, but can install OS in all Internal Hard Drives.

Convert Internal Hard Disk into External Hard Disk

As the Technology Upgrade is taking place, the use of Storage Devices is increasing. Whether online as Cloud Storage or in the form of Offline Hard Drives, Pen Drives and Memory Card, the price of all types of storage devices is also increasing. In such a case, if someone had an older Data Storage Device, then you should use it.

What would be the benefit of creating internal hard drive with External Hard Drive?

Suppose if you have a 320GB Useless Internal Hard Drive and you want to buy a Pen Drive for file sharing. Today, the price of 16GB 100MB / s Reading Speed & 50MB / s Writing Speed with USB 3.0 Interface Pen Drive will be between 700 and 900 rupees. But if you create your 320GB Useless Internal Hard Disk with External Hard Disk with 100MB / s Reading Speed & 50MB / s Writing Speed with USB 3.0 Interface, then its maximum price will be 600 rupees.

Step to convert internal hard disk into external hard disk

There is no need for any computer software or any rocket science to create an internal hard disk for an external hard disk. Because there is a difference between Internal Drives and External Hard Drives, you can not connect the internal drive to the Plug-in-Play Technique from Direct USB, while External Drives can be connected via Direct USB via Computer or through OTG Cable’s Connect Can do it.

Some online hardware tools come in, which convert Direct Internal to External Hard Drive, they are called Hard Drive Casing. Simply you have to insert Simple Internal Hard Drive inside the Case and it will be converted to External Hard Drive.

 What is Hard Disk Casing?

Hard Disk Casing or Hard Disk Adopter is a tool that can help you convert the Internal Hard Drive to External Hard Drive. With a website like Amazon, Flipkart, you can easily purchase Hard Disk Casing tool. The value of Hard Disk Casing varies depending on their features. Here are some of Casing, whose customer review & performance has been the best.

Step 1: First of all, let’s Fit Internal Hard Disk inside Adopter.

Step 2: After the internal hard drive is fit, it will be converted to External Hard Drive. After that you can store your data Permanently by connecting it to the computer with the help of a USB cable.

Friends, it is a very useful technology here. Through which you can create an internal hard drive to the external hard drive and make your Useless Hard Disk a Useful Data Storage Device. With this technique your money will also be saved and you will also get a Large-size Storage Device with High Speed Data transfer rate.

 

 

How To Track Pan Card Status Online

How to Apply for New Pan Card? All of you know about it because there are many videos and articles on the internet. But how can Pan Card Status Track? Very few people know about this and there is hardly any tricks present on Pan Card Status Track on the Internet If you have applied for your own online PAN Card and you want to know that your PAN Card is generated or not, how long will the PAN Card deliver you, then you are the right place and from the way described here. You can track Pan Card Status on Mobile / Computer sitting at home.

If you are 18 or over, then it is mandatory for you to have Pan Card, and if you do not know how to create a Pan Card, then apply for these online Pan Card with these things.

  • Aadhaar Card Number (Previously Aadhar Card was required for Domicile Certificate, Bank Account, Birth Certificate, but now can apply only to Aadhaar Card for New Pan Card).
  • ATM, Net Banking or UPI with 107 rupees (New Pan Card Charge is Rs 107, if you have to apply online, you will have to pay Rs 107 through the internet).
  • Online Application For New Pan Card (When you have an Aadhaar Card Number and Rs 107, you can fill the Online Application Pan Card Application Form).

How to Track Pan Card Status

Applying New Pan to Nation Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) official website, and after submitting Pan Card Application, according to the NSDL terms, in 10 days Pan Card will be delivered to your stated address. But like all government services, NSDL also always delivers in making and delivering Pan Card. But it’s a good thing in the service. Anyone who applies for making PAN card through NSDL gets an Acknowledgement Number with Pan Card Number. With which the Pan Card Status can track and can find out how long your Pan Card will reach you. Pan Card Status Track how to do this, you can see these steps.

  • Open the NSDL Pan Card Tracking System in Mobile or Computer Browser. Here’s something like this that will open the application form.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status
  • Select the PAN New / Change Request Option in Application Type and enter Acknowledgement Number. After this, click Captcha Code and click on Submit and you will know from here that your PAN Card Process has happened or not, how long will the Process of Delivery and which date will reach you.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status

Friends, if your New Pan Card has to be applied and you want to know. For how long will your PAN Card Process come in, you can track Pan Card Status for this. Apart from this, there is no other way to get information about Pan Card Detail. Hope you all understand how to create an online New Pan Card? And How To Track Pan Card Status Any questions related to the Pan Card Application do not forget to comment.

 

How To Track Pan Card Status Online

How to Apply for New Pan Card? All of you know about it because there are many videos and articles on the internet. But how can Pan Card Status Track? Very few people know about this and there is hardly any tricks present on Pan Card Status Track on the Internet If you have applied for your own online PAN Card and you want to know that your PAN Card is generated or not, how long will the PAN Card deliver you, then you are the right place and from the way described here. You can track Pan Card Status on Mobile / Computer sitting at home.

If you are 18 or over, then it is mandatory for you to have Pan Card, and if you do not know how to create a Pan Card, then apply for these online Pan Card with these things.

  • Aadhaar Card Number (Previously Aadhar Card was required for Domicile Certificate, Bank Account, Birth Certificate, but now can apply only to Aadhaar Card for New Pan Card).
  • ATM, Net Banking or UPI with 107 rupees (New Pan Card Charge is Rs 107, if you have to apply online, you will have to pay Rs 107 through the internet).
  • Online Application For New Pan Card (When you have an Aadhaar Card Number and Rs 107, you can fill the Online Application Pan Card Application Form).

How to Track Pan Card Status

Applying New Pan to Nation Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) official website, and after submitting Pan Card Application, according to the NSDL terms, in 10 days Pan Card will be delivered to your stated address. But like all government services, NSDL also always delivers in making and delivering Pan Card. But it’s a good thing in the service. Anyone who applies for making PAN card through NSDL gets an Acknowledgement Number with Pan Card Number. With which the Pan Card Status can track and can find out how long your Pan Card will reach you. Pan Card Status Track how to do this, you can see these steps.

  • Open the NSDL Pan Card Tracking System in Mobile or Computer Browser. Here’s something like this that will open the application form.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status
  • Select the PAN New / Change Request Option in Application Type and enter Acknowledgement Number. After this, click Captcha Code and click on Submit and you will know from here that your PAN Card Process has happened or not, how long will the Process of Delivery and which date will reach you.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status

Friends, if your New Pan Card has to be applied and you want to know. For how long will your PAN Card Process come in, you can track Pan Card Status for this. Apart from this, there is no other way to get information about Pan Card Detail. Hope you all understand how to create an online New Pan Card? And How To Track Pan Card Status Any questions related to the Pan Card Application do not forget to comment.

 

How To Track Pan Card Status Online

How to Apply for New Pan Card? All of you know about it because there are many videos and articles on the internet. But how can Pan Card Status Track? Very few people know about this and there is hardly any tricks present on Pan Card Status Track on the Internet If you have applied for your own online PAN Card and you want to know that your PAN Card is generated or not, how long will the PAN Card deliver you, then you are the right place and from the way described here. You can track Pan Card Status on Mobile / Computer sitting at home.

If you are 18 or over, then it is mandatory for you to have Pan Card, and if you do not know how to create a Pan Card, then apply for these online Pan Card with these things.

  • Aadhaar Card Number (Previously Aadhar Card was required for Domicile Certificate, Bank Account, Birth Certificate, but now can apply only to Aadhaar Card for New Pan Card).
  • ATM, Net Banking or UPI with 107 rupees (New Pan Card Charge is Rs 107, if you have to apply online, you will have to pay Rs 107 through the internet).
  • Online Application For New Pan Card (When you have an Aadhaar Card Number and Rs 107, you can fill the Online Application Pan Card Application Form).

How to Track Pan Card Status

Applying New Pan to Nation Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) official website, and after submitting Pan Card Application, according to the NSDL terms, in 10 days Pan Card will be delivered to your stated address. But like all government services, NSDL also always delivers in making and delivering Pan Card. But it’s a good thing in the service. Anyone who applies for making PAN card through NSDL gets an Acknowledgement Number with Pan Card Number. With which the Pan Card Status can track and can find out how long your Pan Card will reach you. Pan Card Status Track how to do this, you can see these steps.

  • Open the NSDL Pan Card Tracking System in Mobile or Computer Browser. Here’s something like this that will open the application form.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status
  • Select the PAN New / Change Request Option in Application Type and enter Acknowledgement Number. After this, click Captcha Code and click on Submit and you will know from here that your PAN Card Process has happened or not, how long will the Process of Delivery and which date will reach you.
Pan Card Status
Pan Card Status

Friends, if your New Pan Card has to be applied and you want to know. For how long will your PAN Card Process come in, you can track Pan Card Status for this. Apart from this, there is no other way to get information about Pan Card Detail. Hope you all understand how to create an online New Pan Card? And How To Track Pan Card Status Any questions related to the Pan Card Application do not forget to comment.

 

Kisi aur ke number se call kaise kare – call spoofing

Call spoofing ke baare me bat karne vale hai call spoofing ke jariye aap kisi ko apni identity chupa kar aap unse baat kar sakte hai yani ki samne vale ko ye pata nahi chalega ki call kisne kiya tha aaj me aapko batauga ki call spoofing kya hai aur call spoofing kaise karte hai agar aap apne friend ko uski girlfriend ke number se call karna chahte hai aur aapke pas uski girlfriend ka number hai to aap apne friends ko uski girlfriend ke number se call kar sakte hai aur maja le sakte hai

aaj me aapko batauga ki kaise kisi ke mobile no. Se kisi ko bhi call kare. To dosto hum aaj aapko legal call spoofing ke baare me batane wale he agar aapko hamari post pasand aati he to please share kare Facebook par aur apne dosto ko bhi bataye is trick ke bare me aur ha Comment karna na bhule to saliye jyada baat na lambate hum aapko batate he ki call spoofing kya hai aur kaise call spoofing kar sakte hai to chaliye sharu karte hai

 

 

CALL SPOOFING KYA HE!

Dosto call spoofing ei aisa program he jisse hum kisi ke bhi mobile number se hum kahi bhi call kar sakte he yani ki aapke pass mera number he to aap kisi ko bhi mere mobile number se call kar sakte hai aur maje le sakte hai To saliye dosto hum jante he ki kaise free call spoofing kare…

 

Call spoofing

Call spoofing kaise kare

To dosto muje step by step follow kare!

 

Step 1. Sabse pehle playstor se caller id changer application download kare

Step 2. Fir usko install karke open karo

Step 3. Caller id– fake no. Dalo jo aap dusre ke mobile me show karvana sahte he

Step 4. To – samne wale ka no. Dale jise aap call karna chahte he

Step 5. Dial– call karne ke liye dial par click kare

Step 6. Hang up– call cut karne ke liye is botton ko dabaye

Step 7. Balance– is application ki sabse badi kamjori

is application me Balance khatm hone ke baad isme Balance dalna padta he

Step 8. Advance– is application ki khasiyat he ye agar aap kisi ko call karte ho to aap apna voice bhi change kar sakte ho jaise ki ~> male/female

 

 

To Dosto aapko ye trick kaisi lagi agar pasand aayi ho to ise social media par jarur share kare aur apne dosto ko iske bare me bataye aur Comment karke hame bataye ki aapko ye trick kaisi lagi?

Note~> is trick ka galat upyog na kare agar karte he to humari ya tricks4hindi ki koi javabdari nahi hogi aap apne khud ke jokham se is trick ka upyog kare

 

To ummid karta hu ki aapko ye post pasand aayi hogi agar aapko ye post pasand aayi hai to plz share kare aur maine jo aaj aapko call spoofing ke bare me bataya hai use share karna na bhule aur agar aapko koi saval hai to aap Comment karke hume puch sakte ho aur hum aapki comment ka javab jarur dege