Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Merry Christmas!

Only 7 more days to go before Christmas and everyone's on a holiday rush, malls are piling up with people buying gifts for loved ones, different companies holding their parties everywhere, people smiling, people sharing and broken hearts are mending and you will see beautiful lights everywhere. Simbang gabi has already started for the devout people who believe that after completing a series of early morning masses, their wish will be granted, I for one believe in that. =)

We may have a not-so-joyful Christmas this year, knowing that a lot of our brothers and sisters in Leyte lost their beloved, but we do have a whole lot of reasons for us to celebrate this meaningful celebration. Amongst those is our family, health, challenges that we have conquered, loved ones who has returned, mended broken hearts, healed sickness, longer life, more birthdays, food, house and a lot more. We may have overlooked what we have in search of what we don’t, but still we have to be thankful for everything that we have in our life. 

Above all, let us not forget about the true meaning of why the star led the wise men to find their true King, our salvation came at a high price, let us not put it in waste.

Happy Birthday Papa Jesus! Thank you for everything and everyone in my life. We will always be grateful and thankful for always keeping us safe in your loving arms. We love you! =)

Happiness is a state of mind, you choose it so choose wisely… =)
Merry Christmas Everyone from my family to yours

How To Fix Samsung Phone With No Sound when Ringing

I have been having an ongoing issue with my phone wherein it rings when someone calls but no sound is coming out from it. I have a Samsung unit and as I find answers in the net on how I can get my player and ringtones play, I came across with this site, referred by a friend. I can not guarantee that it will work on your Samsung unit but you may want to try and find out. It worked like magic with my phone. This is also a solution known to fix Windows Media Player (wmplayer) that won’t start/play any music.

Deleting the temporary Files:
Go to “My Device>>Application Data>>Volatile>>Delete all 999 files"

If you delete this folder (manually or with any clean manager app) the wmplayer will not start/run. The folder content can be deleted any time but NOT the Volatile folder itself. Donot be afraid to delete those data as they are only temporary datas...

Let us know how it turns out for you…

Best of Luck! =D