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Download Boot Animation, Ringtones, Notification Sounds and Keyboard from Android L

All these Boot Animation, Ringtones, Notification Sounds and Keyboard are ported from the system images of Android L Developer Preview.


Android L Keyboard
Download from Google Play








Boot Animation

- Method 1: Flashable zip

Download .zip file from the link below. Copy it to your phone. Reboot to recovery and flash it.

Download from Zippyshare


- Method 2 : Manual install

Download the zip file from any one of the links below.
Download from mega.co.nz
Download from Dropbox

1. Copy the zip file to your phone
2. Now open Root Explorer or any file manager having root explorer function in your phone. Copy the zip file and go to system/media and paste the zip file.
3. Change permissions to rw- r-- r-- 4. Reboot.

Ringtones, Notification Sounds
Download the android L ringtones, notification sounds from link below.
Download from mediafire




Stay High on Android. Peace!!!





How to install Copy.com client in Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Windows, Windows Phone, Android, Mac OS X (10.7+) and iOS

Copy.com is a cloud based, multi-platform file storage, file sharing and file syncing service similar to Google Drive, One Drive and Dropbox. It offers 15 GB of cloud storage space for a free account and you can get more if you sign up for a pro account. 
One big advantage of Copy over other cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox is unlimited file size uploads. You can upload those 1080p videos you took, movies, raw photos, or anything. It also has something called "Fair Storage for all" feature where if you have a pro account and you have been sharing a folder with other users then the cost to host that folder will be evenly split between users sharing the folder. So a 20 GB folder shared between 4 people only counts as 5 GB per person.

If you Sign up for Copy.com account using the referral link below you and i both will get an extra 5 GB (Total 20 GB) storage space.

Referral link - Sign up using this link & get an extra 5 GB


For Ubuntu / Linux Mint & other deriva…

SwiftKey : The Best Keyboard App is now free

The best keyboard app for Android is now free. Yes you read it right..FREE. SwiftKey has just made a gutsy move by dropping the $3.99 price for its keyboard app and making it free. Swiftkey has been updated to version  5.0 today with lots of new features.



Swiftkey is the most downloaded keyboard app on Android. It had been making most of its money from its premuim paid app which some of the people thought was too expensive. Besides it's app SwiftKey sells it's White-label technology to Samsung and BlackBerry. As a result it claims to be on more than 200 million devices all over the world. The company will now collect it's revenues from the premium paid themes in its app which the users have craved for some time now. 



SwiftKey app has also been updated with 30 new themes and all new predictions on which emojis you might use next. Android devices running  Android 4.1 and above will be able to use new emoji selector which contains more than 800 emojis. Yay!!!. SwiftKey has impr…

How to download Viber in Ubuntu/ Linux Mint/ other Ubuntu derivatives (Only for 64-bit)

Viber for Linux lets you send free messages and make free calls to other Viber users on any device and network, in any country!
Viber syncs your contacts and messages with your mobile device. Text, photo and sticker messagesGroup conversationsCall any Viber user for freeFull sync between your mobile and your LinuxTransfer ongoing calls between your mobile and your desktopTested on: Elementary OS Luna, Ubuntu



Open terminal, Copy and paste following command and press enter.
wget -O viber64-NoobsLab.com.deb http://download.cdn.viber.com/cdn/desktop/Linux/viber.deb
It will download the .deb package of size 44mb. After the download copy the command below and paste it in the terminal.
sudo dpkg -i viber64-NoobsLab.com.deb


Stay High on Linux. Peace!!!

How to install Telegram (WhatsApp alternative) in Android, Ubuntu, Windows, iOS and OS X

Telegram is one of the fastest growing cross-platform, open-source messaging service. It currently has over 35 million users all over the world. While the company behind Telegram only provides official apps for Android and iOS, their willingness to provide APIs has allowed third-party developers to create apps for other operating systems and platforms like Chrome web app, Linux, Windows Phone, OS X, Windows,etc.





Besides the basic text messaging features, you can send pictures, files of any type (doc, zip, mp3, etc) to people who are in your phone contacts and have Telegram. You can also create groups for upto 200 people.


Unlike WhatsApp, Telegram is cloud-based and heavily encrypted. As a rersult, you can access your messages from several devices and share an unlimited number of photos, videos and other files of any types. Telegram is also faster and way more secure. On top of that, it is free (no ads, no subscription after one year of usage).

Telegram also has a new secret chat featur…