3 Step Hack for Google Chrome Dinosaur Game | ChathanOnline 

I hope you all played the “Dinosaur Game” available in google chrome. Today i am here for hacking that game. Its only 3 step hacking.


  1. Inspect element (click on F12)
  2. Select console
  3. Paste this :

    Runner.prototype.gameOver = function() {console.log(“ChathanOnline”)}


Now start making Highest score .

Some more tricks :

  1. Copy this and paste in console to increase the speed. You can change the value (50) to anything like 1000,5000..:


  2. To make the score as High score, you need to slow down the dinosaur first :


  3. Then paste :

    this.time = getTimeStamp();Runner.prototype.gameOver = function() {
    this.crashed = true;
    this.distanceMeter.acheivement = false;
    if (this.distanceRan > this.highestScore) {
    this.highestScore = Math.ceil(this.distanceRan);
    if (!this.gameOverPanel) {
    this.gameOverPanel = new GameOverPanel(this.canvas,
    this.spriteDef.TEXT_SPRITE, this.spriteDef.RESTART,
    } else {


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How to Hack Google Doodle Game | ChathanOnline

Hi guys,

After a long time, i am back. Today i will tell you how we can hack google game score and edit as we want. For this Cricket Champions trophy 2017, Google used their doodle as a cricket Game on the inauguration day.  Most of you might played that game. I am taking that as an example. Don’t worry that the game is not available now. 🙂 here’s the link.


1 Here you can see the highest score as 200.

Hope you all know to take the source code for the browser window.

  1. Press “F12″ or right click on the page then choose “view source code“. You will get the source code for the browser window.
  2. Click on the “Application” Tab from the top.
  3. Select “Local Storage” from the left side.
  4. Click the content inside “Local Storage“. It will open as in the below image


  5. Select the highest score (which is 200 in this case). Double click to edit.
  6. Type the number you want to chance as the highest score.
  7. Just refresh the window. That’s It:)


Don’t  forget to write your comments. 🙂


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Samsung ready to produce AMOLED displays for tablets | ChathanOnline

galaxy-tab-7.7-chathanonlineLaunching new tablets with AMOLED screens is among the most exciting things amsung is about to do this year, and it looks like we just got one step closer to seeing the company launch an AMOLED tablet. According to ETNews, Samsung will begin to mass produce AMOLED displays for tablets next month, starting off with an 8-inch version. The Korean manufacturer is expected to launch both 8- and 10-inch AMOLED tablets, and three tablets that recently shipped to India for testing, both with 8-inch and 10.1-inch screens, might just be ones that Samsung brings to the market to kick things off.

Provided Samsung is able to produce enough units by the end of February, there’s a high chance we’ll see these AMOLED tablets on display at Mobile World Congress, followed by a market launch perhaps in March or early April. So if you’ve been planning on getting one of Samsung’s new PRO tablets, well, you might just want to hold off for a couple of months.

Samsung said to release the Galaxy S5 in January | ChathanOnline

According to Korean media outlets citing sources inside Samsung, the Galaxy S5 will see its official announcement in January next year. The earlier than expected release is dictated by the disappointing sales of the Galaxy S4.


It appears that despite the excellent sales performance of the flagship, Samsung is still not really pleased and think it could’ve done better. As a result, the company is pushing the Galaxy S5 release to mid-January, instead of March as was the case this year and May as it was in 2012.

The actual market availability of the next Samsung flagship is tipped for February, which makes sense if the actual announcement is pulled for the start of the year.

As far as actual specifications of the Galaxy S5 are concerned, Samsung is expected to debut its 64-bitExynos 5430 chip, which will feature 8 cores with Heterogeneous Multi-Processing capabilities.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is tipped to boast an updated 16MP camera with enhanced low-light performance and optical image stabilization. Earlier, the company unveiled its ISOCELL image sensor, which is expected to debut on the upcoming flaghip.

All of the information above is nothing more than speculation and hasn’t been confirmed by Samsung in any way. However, given that Samsung has pushed its last flagship 10 months after its predecessor, it won’t be a surprise if we get another update just as quickly.

Nokia Lumia 1020 launched in India, priced at Rs 49,999 | ChathanOnline


Finnish handset major Nokia has launched its high-end Lumia 1020 in India. The device, equipped with a 41 megapixel camera, is targeted at shutterbugs and priced at Rs 49,999.

The device can access 8 billion songs from Nokia Store. The Lumia 1020 would also allow users to download 1.65 lakh apps from the Nokia portal.


The Windows-operating system enabled phone is made in Nokia’s facilities in Europe and Beijing, Nokia India Director (South) T S Sridhar said while unveiling the phone in Chennai.

The Lumia 1020 will be available across the stores starting Friday. The company is even offering a six-month EMI scheme to cash in on the festive season.


Sridhar said India is ranked among the top three markets for the company’s Lumia range of phones.

The company had sold 27 million units of Lumia range of phones across globe till June 2013, he said, adding that Lumia sales in Indian market witnessed a significant jump.

“Sales of Lumia has been increasing. There was a 32 per cent growth in second quarter of 2013 over the first quarter”, Sridhar told reporters at the unveiling.



Samsung launches world’s first curved screen smartphone Galaxy Round

ImageSamsung Electronics launched the world’s first smartphone with a curved display, a variant of the Galaxy Note which moves the Asian giant a step closer to achieving wearable devices with flexible – even unbreakable – screens.

Curved displays are on the frontline of Samsung’s innovation war with rivals such as Apple and LG Electronics, as the South Korean firm seeks to expand its lead in the slowing market for high-end smartphones.

“It’s a step forward for having unbreakable gadgets and flexible devices eventually. But for now, the new phone is more of a symbolic product,” said Hana Daetoo Securities analyst Nam Dae-jong, adding that Samsung did not yet have capacity for large-scale production of curved touch-screens for the new Galaxy Round.

The Galaxy Round is Samsung’s attempt to gauge consumer appetite for curved phones although its lack of other eye-catching features means it is unlikely to be a hit, he said.

“I don’t think it’ll be massively compelling enough for gadget buyers as … the curved display doesn’t come with many unique features,” he said.

The Galaxy Round’s 5.7-inch (14.4-centimetre) display has a slight horizontal curve and weighs less than the Galaxy Note 3, allowing a more comfortable grip than other flat-screen models on the market, Samsung said in a statement.

Its key features include a tilt function which allows users to check information such as missed calls and battery life, even when the home screen is off. Users can also scroll through media files by pressing the screen’s right or left, the company said.

The phone initially would be available only in South Korea and no decision had been made about releasing it in other markets.

Design challenges
Curved displays open up possibilities for bendable designs that could eventually transform the high-end smartphone market, where growth has slowed amid competition from low-end producers.

Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch released last month has a flat screen, but the company is hoping to have the technology to make more attractive and wearable devices in what is shaping as a key battleground for consumer electronics companies.

Technology firms have yet to figure out how to cheaply mass produce the parts and come up with display panels that can be thin and heat-resistant. Batteries also have to take new forms to support flexible screens that can be rolled out, attached to uneven surfaces or even stretched. The battery in the Galaxy Round is not curved, Samsung said.

Competition is heating up with Samsung’s cross-town rival LG Electronics planning to introduce a smartphone with a vertically curved display in the first week of November, a source familiar with the matter said this week.

Its components affiliate, LG Chem, said on Tuesday it had started commercial production of a curved battery for use in the device.

The firm also said it has developed a battery in cable form, suitable for wearable devices, and expected to start commercial production within the next couple of years.

Technology analysts and media reports say Apple is working on a smartwatch, potentially with a curved screen, but there has been no word from the California-based company about its plans.

Samsung’s new curved-screen phone, available through South Korea’s biggest mobile carrier SK Telecom, costs 1.089 million won ($1,000).

Here’s the step by step method on how to upgrade your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II SGH-I777 to the latest official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich software with build number I777UCLE5.

Updating via KIES Update is being pushed out slowly, but I figured out a way to forcibly do it in kies. It simple. Do not plug in your phone while you are doing this. First, make sure you update to the new version of kies. Then go to the menu bar> tools, then firmware upgrade and initialization. Click until you get to the screen that asks you to input your S/N and Model name of your phone. Enter in these details. It’s behind the battery. Once you do this, a screen will pop up asking if you are sure you want to upgrade to CSC:LE5. AKA ice cream sandwich. At this point, plug in your phone and it’ll go through. Upgrade manually using Odin. Grab I777UCLE5 Full stock Odin Flashable tar:I777UCLE5_I777ATTLE5_I777UCLE5_HOME.tar.md5 (Contains I777UCLE5_I777ATTLE5_I777UCLE5_HOME.tar.md5) Odin Flasher Odin3_v1.83

  • Extract the contents of the zip file to a directory on your hard disk drive. This Odin3 One-click downloader contains firmware from the stock binary download available from samfirmware on sammobile.com. The bootloaders boot.bin, sbl.bin and param.lfs have been removed for safety. (Contains cache.img, factoryfs.img, hidden.img, modem.bin and zImage.)
  • Run Odin
  • Now Enter Download Mode:
    • With the phone powered off, plug in the usb cable while holding the vol up + vol down buttons (but not the power button).
    • When the warning screen appears, press Volume up to continue into download mode.
  • In Odin, the small edit box in the upper left corner will turn yellow, and say something like [0:COM8]. The number could be different.
  • Click Start. Watch the progress bar advance in green while the message box in the lower area describes the steps. When the flash is finished, the top left larger edit box will turn green and say PASS! and your phone will automatically reboot.
  • Unplug the usb cable from you phone after it boots up. Success. You’re Bone Stock.
  • If your phone enters a bootloop, enter 3e recovery and perform a wipe data/factory reset.

NOTE: Odin3 will recognize both tar and tar.md5 files. When using the tar.md5, Odin will verify the md5 sum first before flashing. SGH-I777 Users testimonial about the ICS 4.0.3 update: 

So after doing the upgrade yesterday (and wiping out most of the files on my SD card and internal storage ), I played with it all last night and this morning for a while… Then decided to go promptly back to CM9. There were things I liked about TouchWiz on GB, but on my phone everything seemed to just be significantly slower than CM9. There were also quite a few CM features I was missing, such as lock screen shortcuts & widgets, profiles, etc. It’ll take me a while to get that all set up again how I want it, but I’m already glad I went back to CM9. As far as why someone would want to go to the “buggy” official AT&T build, it was really just for the sake of trying it out, to see for myself how good or bad the official stuff is, and to see if I really do prefer the CM9 ICS experience over TouchWiz ICS. I really did like TW Gingerbread over CM7 Gingerbread. I think it’s the same curiosity that drives the developers to work on these phones, and that drives all of us to try different custom ROMs, kernels, etc. I think we’re all here to find out what our phones can do, and what we can do with them. In the end, my curiosity has been sated, and I’m happier with CM9, even when there are occasional rough edges. Thanks to all of the devs who work so hard on it, and who work on all the other ROMs, kernels, apps and other related projects. And even though I ended up ditching it, I’d like to express gratitude to the Samsung and AT&T devs (who may or may not hang out on these forums) who have put in work on Android. As much as we hate our carriers, without them we wouldn’t have phones or service to run them on. If AT&T didn’t offer the GS II, I wouldn’t have it right now (with CM9 ).

Ok, been using ICS for a couple of days and I don’t see huge changes. Some icons ane menus, gmail is great, but unlike most if you my battery life is no as great as it was before… Is there a way to make wallpaper scrollable? No. I assumed that the update through kies updated the bootloaders, so I found a stock 2.3.4 one click odin executable W/ Bootloaders in the development section and flashed that. Make sure you factory reset and clear cache in 3e recovery before you do so. New bootloaders can’t take advantage of the Jig. I also didn’t want to find out what flashing gingerbread on ICS bootloaders would do my phone. I find 2.3.6 has battery issues, and I find 2.3.4 to be THE most stable release.