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Isnin, 6 Februari 2017

Isnin, Februari 06, 2017

Apple iPhone Service Center Di Sabah

Apple iPhone services center di Sabah - Anda adalah pemilik iPhone? Tentu anda macam saya tercari-cari iPhone service center di Sabah.  Phone jenis ini banyak sahaja masalahnya yang memerlukan anda menghantarnya ke service center.

Antara masalah yang sering saya hadapi ialah serangan virus, iPhone battery perlu diganti, screen rosak dan sebagainya. Untuk insan yang hanya tahu pakai tetapi tidak mempunyai pengetahuan teknikal tentulah perlukan perkhidmatan service membaiki Apple Iphone anda yang rosak.

Tahun lepas semasa screen iPhone saya rosak saya kebetulan berkunjung ke Guangzhou, China untuk mencari pembekal-pembekal barangan elektrikal dan barangan eletronik yang murah-murah, saya telah membawa Iphone saya yang telah rosak bersama untuk dibaiki di sana.

iphone, smartphone, apple, mac, service center di Sabah

Pusat membaiki smartphone di Guangzhou memang besar. Semua kedai-kedai specialist membaiki smartphone terletak di bangunan  yang terletak di digital city Guangzhou yang saisnya sebesar kompleks membeli-belah Center Point di Sabah. Dari groundfloor hingga ke tingkat 3 bangunan tersebut semua kedai membaiki smartphone dan persaingan antara kedai ini tentunya sengit. Akibat persaingan sengit tersebut, kos membaiki smartphone juga amat murah.

Tidak hairanlah kebanyakan kedai-kedai membaiki smartphone di Sabah ini agak mahal dan mengambil masa yang agak lama untuk membaiki smartphone anda yang rosak kerana smartphone pelanggan akan dikumpul dan dihantar ke Guangzhou untuk dibaiki dan dibawa kembali ke Sabah untuk diserahkan kepada pelanggan.

Sudah tentu kos perjalanan/pengiriman tersebut semuanya akan ditambah ke dalam kos membaiki smartphone anda.

Semasa berada di sana saya ada bertemu dengan wakil sebuah kedai membaiki phone dari Kota Kinabalu dan beliau memberitahu saya bahawa dia sudah duduk berberapa hari di Guangzhou menunggu phone pelanggan semuanya siap dibaiki.

Sebenarnya bukan semua kerosakan iPhone atau smartphone mereka hantar ke Guangzhou. Kedai-kedai iPhone service center di Sabah cuba membaiki phone anda di kedai mereka di Sabah tetapi untuk kerosakan yang lebih serius dan memerlukan parts/alat ganti yang pelbagai biasanya mereka akan hantar ke China untuk dibaiki keranya ianya lebih murah dan mudah.

Isnin, 7 Januari 2013

Isnin, Januari 07, 2013

How to Make Your Own Homemade Broadband Antenna to Boost Your Broadband Performances at Home

This is my newly build homemade broadband antenna to boost the performances of my DiGi broadband. I rented an apartment in an area with very poor DiGi network coverage. As a result of it, my DiGi Broadband performances is also very poor, often disconnected or very difficult to connect to the DiGi network.

Having had enough of this situation I came up with a simple solution, which is to build my own homemade broadband antenna to boost my DiGi broadband performance.

This is how I made my DIY homemade broadband antenna.

What are the items needed

1. Buy the "Penapis Mee" or items similar to the one in photo.
2. Buy USB cable 3.0,  1 - 2 Meter. Ideal USB cable length for this purpose. Too long the cable will make the transmission of data from your broadband external modem will be slow to reach your laptop or computer.
3. External broadband modem.

(Note: The box where my homemade broadband antenna is sitting is not part of items that I bought to built the antenna, I just use it as a stand for it. You may use your own creativity to build a stand for your DIY broadband antenna)

How to build it

1. Make a hole in the middle of the items No.1 - refer the photos
2. Tighten it so the cable not moving around or left/right
3. Connect the USB cable to your computer and login to your broadband connection
4. Find the right position for your antenna to received maximum signal. May be put it near the windows or something.

Based on my experiences, with this DIY broadband antenna, my broadband performance was improved and  disconnection from the network has been eliminated completely. The speed of my DiGi broadband has improved as well.

Build your own DIY homemade broadband antenna to boost the performance of your broadband at home. It is very easy and simple.

Good luck in building your own DIY broadband antenna!

Khamis, 1 Disember 2011

Khamis, Disember 01, 2011

Perodua Tweckbot in Sabah

Perodua has moved one more level in giving the best costumer services. Now you will just need to send a tweet to Twitter@MYPerodua to request for a full check-up for your Perodua vehicle.

The best thing is you don't need to go to Perodua services center to have a full check-up. Upon receiving your tweet, the nearest Perodua Tweckbot team will come to your place to conduct the full check-up for you.

The Perodua Tweckbot is now in full operation in several areas in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor and expected to expand to other part within Malaysia in the future.

Upon completion of the full check-up the Perodua Tweckbot team will hand you the full checklist and will advice you if there is any problem with your vehicle.

After that, if there is a problem all you have to do is to take your car and the checklist to the nearby Perodua Services center. And you will get 15% discount!

So what you must do it to follow Twitter@MYPerodua or 'Like' ww for an updates of the location of the Perodua Tweckbot team.

I'm not sure if Perodua Tweckbot services is also will be expanded to Sabah. We hope they do. We will update soonest if the services is already available.

This services is available specifically to Perodua Cars only.

Selasa, 22 November 2011

Selasa, November 22, 2011


I received invitation letter via email from North Borneo Media Sdn Bhd a media company to attend their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) School of Media Studies this coming December 2011.

Personally this is the first time I came across with this name North Borneo Media Sdn Bhd so I believe this is a new media company in Kota Kinabalu.

North Borneo Media is operating from their registered office at  Wisma ARZ, Lot 16, 1st Floor, Lorong Likas Plaza, Likas Plaza, Phase 2, 88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Contact No: 088-383299/199 (tel), 088-383499 (fax) and email

The North Borneo Media Sdn Bhd will be having thier MOU signing ceremony with UMS at Albatross Hall, Sutera Harbour on 14th December 2011.

The MOU signing ceremony between North Borneo Media Sdn Bhd and University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) will be attended by YB Datuk Seri Salleh Tun Mohd Said Keruak, Speaker Dewan Undangan Negeri Sabah.

Sabtu, 19 November 2011

Sabtu, November 19, 2011

DiGi to offer Gmail SMS

KUALA LUMPUR: DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (DiGi) has announced a strategic partnership with Google to offer Gmail Short Messaging Services (SMS) effective today.

DiGi is the first telecommunication company (telco) in Malaysia to offer the Gmail SMS service, and the partnership is one of many innovative ways DiGi is leveraging on to deliver its ‘Internet For All’ promise of making it easier for Malaysians to access the power of the Internet.

Praveen Rajan, head of Mobile Internet & Ads for DiGi, said the partnership empowers the company to offer the SMS option to millions of Gmail users in the country.

It would also significantly extend their chat community, through real-time chat via SMS, regardless of any mobile device type, he said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Sajith Sivanandan, Google Malaysia country head, said SMS has long been a common means of mobile communications in Malaysia and many people in the country still rely on their non-smartphones.

Gmail SMS makes instant communication between Gmail and a mobile phone possible via SMS, he said.

Gmail SMS brings the Gmail service to a non-smartphone, as with Google’s Gmail SMS, people can send free text messages directly from their Gmail account and replies and responses would appear as a reply in Chat.

For DiGi customers, the service is free without requiring subscriptions, while chat messages sent via SMS from their mobile phones are billed at RM0.10 per SMS. — Bernama

Ahad, 2 Oktober 2011

Ahad, Oktober 02, 2011

AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available Online

AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II
AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II has arrived, which is good news for smartphone users who want the device during the holiday season.

The smartphone, which has been a big hit in Europe and has surpassed 10 million in channel sales, is now available for purchase at AT&T’s website for $200 with a two-year contract.

The phone had been widely rumored to be available from AT&T on Sept. 18, but that date came and went with would-be buyers scratching their heads and wondering when they would be able to get their hands on it. Sprint customers, however, were able to buy that carrier’s version of the Galaxy S II, the Epic 4G Touch, on Sept. 16.

Unlike Sprint’s version, however, AT&T’s handset supports Near Field Communication (NFC). That makes sense since AT&T, along with T-Mobile and Verizon, created the mobile payments joint venture Isis, which will compete with the Sprint-backed Google Wallet. Both Isis and Google Wallet will let people pay for things in stores by tapping their phones to a reader at the point of sale.

As for T-Mobile’s version that is expected to be available Oct. 12, FCC filings confirm it will contain NFC as well, reports Engadget.

Beyond NFC, however, AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II has plenty to boast about.

The pros: It has a stunning 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, Android Gingerbread With TouchWiz 4.0, an app that lets you view call logs, videos, photos, bookmarks, and IMs, and send SMS messages from your PC, an impressive 8-megapixel camera plus a front-facing camera for video calls, and a 1.2GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor.

The con: Reviewers found that the Galaxy S II had a security flaw that enabled the phone to unlock by itself. Samsung and AT&T are aware of the problem, reports TechCrunch.

Source: By Christina DesMarais, PCWorld 
Ahad, Oktober 02, 2011

DiGi first BlackBerry store in Malaysia

DiGi is making one more big step in telecommunication business venture. It was reported that DiGi opens its first BlackBerry Store in Malaysia. The announcement came several days ago and I think the store is already ready for business as we speak here.

DiGi announced the opening of its first DiGi BlackBerry Store. The move from DiGi is indeed a very smart decision as BlackBerry seems to be one of the most preferred gadget in Malaysia The first of its kind store in Malaysia is a result of a collaboration between DiGi and RIM to bring a BlackBerry-centric consumer experience to Blackberry fans in Malaysia. The 1,100 sqft store is located at the DiGi flagship store at the DiGi 360 Center in SoHo, Mont Kiara.

DiGi sees BlackBerry as a strong contender in the mobile devices market in Malaysia despite RIM’s poor financial and sales performance this year. DiGi’s Head of Retail, Patrick Er says that BlackBerry has a strong product roadmap and a large base of over 1.5 million BlackBerry users in Malaysia, a market in which DiGi wants to strengthen its position.

At the same time, Patrick says that the DiGi BlackBerry store will support “the local BlackBerry user community by providing a spot where BlackBerry enthusiasts can converge, learn and share their BlackBerry experience with each other.”

DiGi and RIM also plan to have monthly BlackBerry related activities at the store.

Source: Credit given to