Transfer files via WiFi from PC to Android (Wireless): Websharing Lite

In today’s lesson, we will show you how to easily transfer files between Android and your computer. Best of all, we’ll show you how to transfer the files via WiFi without the hassle of having to look for a USB cable or removing the SD card from your Droid. You can follow along on the lesson via the Video tutorial or scroll down to the bottom for the Step-by-Step instructions.

There’s a lot of different ways to get files to/from your Android device to your computer. But I’ve been searching for the easiest method possible, so that I could teach users of all levels how to do it in a matter of minutes. Luckily, I was able to find a great app that makes transferring files between Android and your computer extremely simple. The app is WebSharingLite and it allows you to connect your Android device and computer together via the WiFi network in your home and/or office. There is no set up needed, just run the WebSharingLite app and it tells you exactly what to enter into any web browser’s URL bar to get there. You’ll then be able to upload/download whatever files you need. File sharing on Android has never been simpler than this! Take a look at the video tutorial below and let us know if you have any questions!

Also read: Battery Doctor – A real Battery Saving app

Step-by-Step Instructions for Websharing Lite

  • Go to the Android Market Store
  • Search for “WebSharingLite” app
  • Install the “WebSharingLite” app by NextApp, Inc.
  • Launch the App and click on the Start button at the bottom left
  • WebSharing will then be activated and you can go to your PC and type in the URL displayed on the screen into your web browser. If prompted, enter the password listed on the screen.
  • That’s it! Start transferring the files you need!
  • WebSharingLite not working properly for your device? Try this other great app that is very similar, WiFi File Explorer.

Earn money from YouTube: How to link your Adsense account to Monetized videos

Monetizing your videos on YouTube is one part of starting your earning process, whereas linking your Adsense account to it is another. You can monetize your videos but you need a working(fully activated) Adsense account to earn money from YouTube content owned by you.

Make sure you already have the following

  • YouTube account
  • Monetized videos
  • Approved Adsense account


  • Your uploaded videos need to have original content that is completely owned by you including the audio.
  • You should have a minimum number of subscribers.
  • Your account needs to be active for a particular period of time.

Once you get options to monetize your videos, all you will need is an Adsense account that is already active. Note that you wont be able to make much money unless you have a lot of subscribers and are getting a lot of regular views on your channel.

Linking Adsense to YouTube

Now coming to the second part, go to monetization in YouTube account and click on Add an Adsense account and associate your Adsense account with your YouTube account as shown below or if you have already associated an account and want to change it, then also it is feasible.

The money earned by this type of Adsense is nothing but the “Hosted Adsense” earnings that is displayed in your Adsense account Dashboard. It also includes a Blogger blog and it’s earning if you have one linked to your Adsense Publisher ID.

To learn how to get your Adsense account approved click here to read this.

If you have any queries then please feel free to ask me in the comment section below.


Adobe Dreamweaver How to use Faster: CS6/CS5

The Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 shortcuts (they work with CS5 too) are easy to use and they make work easier for you once you start using them. Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 is an Industry-leading Web Design Software.

The question raised by many is “Adobe Dreamweaver How to use it faster?” There is a simple way to do it. Here you have to pick your area of work in the project and learn the required short-cuts that cut short your work. This is an Adobe Dreamweaver how to use faster shortcuts explained tutorial.



Single Line Break <br />Shift-Enter
Non-Breaking Space ( )Ctrl-Shift-Space
Line BreakShift-Return
Quick Tag EditorCtrl-T
Show Code NavigatorCtrl-Alt-Click
Working with Tables
Select individual (or multiple, discontinuous) table cellsCtrl-click cell(s)
Select Table (with cursor inside the table)Ctrl-A (may need to do twice)
Insert RowCtrl-M
Insert ColumnCtrl-Shift-A
Delete RowCtrl-Shift-M
Delete ColumnCtrl-Shift-hyphen(-)
Merge Selected CellsCtrl-Alt-M
Split Cell…Ctrl-Alt-S
Increase Column SpanCtrl-Shift-]
Decrease Column SpanCtrl-Shift-[
Add new row at bottom of tablewith cursor in bottom right table cell, hit Tab
working with Frames
Add a new frame to framesetIn the Frames panel select the frame, then in the document window Alt-drag frame border
Pull out solid frame (creates Nested Frameset)Ctrl-drag frame border
Select a frameAlt-click in frame
Select next frame or framesetAlt-Right arrow
Select previous frame or framesetAlt-Left arrow
Select parent framesetAlt-Up arrow
Select first child frame or framesetAlt-Down arrow
working with Images
Replace image with a different oneDouble-click image
Edit image in external editorCtrl-Double-click image
working with Divs
Select a div (without having to click its grab tag)Ctrl-Shift-click
working with Links
Make Link…Ctrl-L
Remove LinkCtrl-Shift-L
Open the link-to document in DreamweaverCtrl-Double-click link
Drag & drop to create linkSelect the text, then Shift-drag it to file in Site panel
Formatting Text
Heading 1Ctrl-1
Heading 2Ctrl-2
Heading 3Ctrl-3
Heading 4Ctrl-4
Heading 5Ctrl-5
Heading 6Ctrl-6
Left …Ctrl-Alt-Shift-L
Text IndentCtrl-Alt+]
Text OutdentCtrl-Alt+[
Document Editing
Go to Next WordCtrl-Right arrow
Go to Previous WordCtrl-Left arrow
Go to Previous ParagraphCtrl-Up arrow
Go to Next ParagraphCtrl-Down arrow
Select Until Next WordCtrl-Shift-Right arrow
Select From Previous WordCtrl-Shift-Left arrow
Select From Previous ParagraphCtrl-Shift-Up arrow
Select Until Next ParagraphCtrl-Shift-Down arrow
Edit TagShift-F5
Exit ParagraphCtrl-Enter
Code Editing
Show Code HintsCtrl-Space
Quick Tag EditorCtrl-T
Select Parent TagCtrl-[
Select ChildCtrl-]
Balance BracesCtrl-’
Find Next (Find Again)F3
Select line up/downShift-Up/Down arrow
Character select left/rightShift-Left/Right arrow
Select to page up/downShift-Page Up/Page Down
Move to word on left/rightCtrl-Left/Right arrow
Select to word on left/rightCtrl-Shift-Left/Right arrow
Move to start/end of lineHome/ End
Select to start/end of lineShift-Home/End
Move to top/end of fileCtrl-Home/End
Select to start/end of fileCtrl-Shift-Home/End
Go to LineCtrl-G
Indent CodeCtrl-Shift->
Outdent CodeCtrl-Shift-<
Switch between Code and Design ViewsCtrl-` (that’s the ~ key)
Switch All Windows to a Specific ViewCtrl-Click Code or Design View Button
Switch between Documents (Tabs)Ctrl-Tab
Refresh Design ViewF5
Live ViewAlt-F11
Working with Documents & panels
Show/Hide PanelsF4
Switch to Next Document (Tab)Ctrl-Tab
Switch to Previous Document (Tab)Ctrl-Shift-Tab
Code InspectorF10
CSS StylesShift-F11
AP ElementsF2
Server BehaviorsCtrl-F9
Tag InspectorF9
Check SpellingShift-F7
Get File from ServerCtrl-Shift-D
Put File on ServerCtrl-Shift-U



CPU Fan Error! Press F1 to Resume, FIXED!

CPU Fan Error
A lot of people might have experienced the same boot error mentioned here in this post.
” CPU Fan Error!
Press F1 to Resume

This could be caused by a few issues.
If this is the case, we have to agree with the BIOS message, and face the sad truth that our fan might be broken, it can also be the fan header on the motherboard itself. To test this, try connecting your fan to another port, if the fan spins, it is probably the connector on the motherboard. If it does not spin, you will probably have to buy a new fan.
If the fan is spinning, and you are certain the fan is connected to the right socket. You should consider the following things:
    (a) If the problem came out of no where, the fan might have collected a lot of dust, making it hard for the fan to get up to speed during boot.
    (b) If the problem started after some meddling with the hardware, the problem could be like (a), but it could have made a change in the BIOS. Eg. Most ASUS motherboards require 600 RPM during boot, for INTEL and 800 RPM for AMD. This could easily have been decreased without you noticing it.

To rectify this problem, you should open your BIOS settings and go to something like a “Hardware Monitor” section, in the BIOS settings, or where
ever, you can find CPU fan speed settings. The CPU Fan Speed might say “N/A”, change this to ignore. Which will make the motherboard ignore the current RPM of the CPU fan during boot.

In some cases you will be able to also Disable the CPU Q-Fan Control. However this might cause your fan to burst with full throttle all the time, and you will have to face a lot of unnecessary noise.

If you have anything to add then please feel free to leave a comment. Thank you for reading.


Resistor Color Code Calculator for your site

The Resistor Color Code Calculator, calculates accurately and is very fast. You can use 4-band as well as 5-band resistors and you can get
the exact resistance and resistance with tolerance here is the Online App I made. CLICK




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