Google Play Has New Seller Countries

Posted: April 14, 2012 by KSHITIZ BATHWAL in News

Google just announced a stock split to ensure that Larry and Sergey remain firmly in control of the Internet search giant which has grown by leaps and bounds since its early days, and this time around, we get official word that Google Play has been hard at work expanding the list of countries as well as currencies from which Android developers are able to sell their products/work. From today onwards, developers who operate in Czech Republic, Israel, Poland, and Mexico are able to put up their applications and in-app products for sale on Google Play, and be on the receiving end of their own local bank accounts where payment is concerned.

For those who are based in Israel or Mexico and are currently selling apps via an AdSense merchant account, there is a little bit of work that needs to be done. You will first need to migrate your apps to a new Google Play developer account in your local currency before anything else.


Some times it happens that you forgot the password of your memory card (MMC, micro SD) and you have lots of your important data in it. and You struggle to get back your password. Right? Today am going to show you how you can recover the lost password of your memory card with the help of nokia phone.

It is possible only if you have Nokia’s s60 phone (eg: 6600, 6610, N70,N73,E63,E71,N95)
The thing you got to do is download and install “Fileexplorer” software.




After installing follow the steps:
1. Open FExplorer and access the c: drive.
2. There u will find a file named ‘mmcstore’
3. Rename the file to: ‘mmcstore.txt’
4. The file will now open in notepad
5. U will get your password written in the notepad file

Note #1: I think only few s60 phones have microSD slots. so you got…

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