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While 2015 was all about the selfies, 2016, well, is still all about the selfies, but with a slight twist. It seems a picture of your own face just isn’t enough anymore, and it’s hardly surprising: the selfie craze has snowballed out of control, with every Tom, Dick or Harry snapping away at any given opportunity. It was only a matter of time before people got bored, and it seems they’ve already gone and found something new. The latest craze involves swapping your selfie face with someone or something else's selfie face, depending on what your camera decides is a face.

The outcome can be quite terrifying to say the least, but also hilarious. With the craze spreading quickly online, developers have jumped into the fray to provide us with numerous tools, so you can get in on the face swap fun on Android, iOS and Windows. The good news is most of them are free. Here are our favourite apps so far.

Annoyingly, Face Swap Live is one of the few apps in its category that you actually have to pay for. While it costs just 79p, it’s still not the best out of the bunch we tried and tested but its main draw is the simple user interface that makes it super easy to use. From the main menu, you can choose to swap faces on an existing photo, so you don’t have to take a new one there and then, or you can swap faces with a buddy live, simply saving the results to the camera roll.  The simple and user-friendly interface might be a boon for those new to the world of face swapping, but those more wanting a bigger set of features are   likely   to crave something more.

Nokia face tracking 67714608

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While 2015 was all about the selfies, 2016, well, is still all about the selfies, but with a slight twist. It seems a picture of your own face just isn’t enough anymore, and it’s hardly surprising: the selfie craze has snowballed out of control, with every Tom, Dick or Harry snapping away at any given opportunity. It was only a matter of time before people got bored, and it seems they’ve already gone and found something new. The latest craze involves swapping your selfie face with someone or something else's selfie face, depending on what your camera decides is a face.

The outcome can be quite terrifying to say the least, but also hilarious. With the craze spreading quickly online, developers have jumped into the fray to provide us with numerous tools, so you can get in on the face swap fun on Android, iOS and Windows. The good news is most of them are free. Here are our favourite apps so far.

Annoyingly, Face Swap Live is one of the few apps in its category that you actually have to pay for. While it costs just 79p, it’s still not the best out of the bunch we tried and tested but its main draw is the simple user interface that makes it super easy to use. From the main menu, you can choose to swap faces on an existing photo, so you don’t have to take a new one there and then, or you can swap faces with a buddy live, simply saving the results to the camera roll.  The simple and user-friendly interface might be a boon for those new to the world of face swapping, but those more wanting a bigger set of features are   likely   to crave something more.

Often we face critical problems when our mobile handsets are switched off during talking or become slow down suddenly. Then we can use the reset feature to return in original modes.
If reset feature is used, then entire phone setting will be lost. So at first, we have to take backup of all data such as software, images, themes, videos, Mp3 and more before starting it.

A soft reset deletes all existing tasks and errors of internal memory. It will bring mobile in original mode. It needs confirmation of security code. Write factory default 12345 to confirm.

After using soft reset operation  in Nokia handset, if the same error is available yet. So Hard Reset is the second option.

The face of my cell phone has been cracked for about a year and a half now. The phone doesn't blare any of those fancy ring tones. Instead, Waltzing Matilda is my standard of choice.

My battery is on its last leg, and charging my phone has become nearly as tedious as charging things I can't afford to my credit card, which partly explains why I still have this archaic, circa-2003 cell phone in my pocket.

The world we live in is saturated with telecommunication innovation and change. Blackberries and sidekicks have become part of the IT and "it" cultural lexicons. Increasingly, though, I find myself in a technology vacuum. I see family and friends go through multiple cell phones while I struggle with volume control. And what is a "blue tooth" anyway?