How to link Aadhaar with mobile number online / IVR?

  • Subscribers need to dial 14546 from their phones
  • They will receive an OTP, which is needed for verification to be complete
  • Corporate customers do not need to link mobile number and Aadhaar


Here’s how you can link Aadhaar to your mobile number using IVR

  1. call 14546, you will be asked to select whether you are an Indian national or an NRI by selecting the respective option
  2. Next, you will have to give consent to link Aadhaar with your phone number by pressing 1
  3. After that, you need to provide your Aadhaar number and press 1 to confirm
  4. This step generates the OTP, which you will receive on your mobile phone
  5. Now, you need to enter your phone number
  6. Here, you are asked to give consent to your operator to pick your name, photo and date of birth from UIDAI data base
  7. The IVR now mentions the last four digits of your number to confirm that you have keyed in the right number
  8. If the number is correct, you can enter the OTP you received on SMS
  9. You must press 1 to complete the Aadhaar-mobile number re-verification process
  10. If you hold another phone number, you can link that too by pressing 2 and following the steps provided by the IVR system. Keep your other mobile phone handy as you will receive the OTP on this number.

Sprint Samsung Instinct Flashed to Boost Mobile

We can flash your Sprint phone to Boost Mobile. Visit Why pay $70+ for cell phone service and then more for TAX? With Silver Spoon Cells, you can take any Sprint phone with a Clean ESN and use it on Boost Mobile’s $50 a month plan, including TAX! The $50 Unlimited Plan includes unlimited talk, text and web. I can also upgrade all smart phones with the latest and greatest custom ROM which will make your phone run super FAST! Are you paying a cellular carrier for an internet card for your laptop $35 or more? Well, bring in your smart phone, and I can install an App for you that will make your phone a modem for your laptop, while your phone is plugged to your PC! I can even do this for you using BLUETOOTH, so your phone does not even need to be connected to the PC! WOW! See these vids I have online…… http I also do the following: *PC repair & upgrades *Repair broken phones & broken screens *Re-activation *Printer repair *Custom PC builds Why pay BEST BUY, COMPUSA, or any of the big boys $75+ just to LOOK at your PC, and then pay even more to fix it? That’s crazy!!!!!!!!!! Visit

How to Flash to a Custom Windows Mobile 6 ROM on HTC Apache

In response to a user’s request yesterday, I’ve made a video showing how to flash your HTC Apache (XV6700, PPC6700) to a custom ROM. Download WM6 Kitchen & PPCGeeks OEM: Also must place PPCGeeks_OEM.rar on your machine C:\BuildOS Download WM6.1 Kitchen: Vista users please disable your USB Connections in Windows Mobile Device Center before flashing (re-enable after finished so you can sync when done 🙂

HTC HD2 (How to flash a Custom WINDOWS MOBILE 6.5 ROM)

This two part series will show you EXACTLY how to flash a custom ROM to your HTC HD2 phone. We will cover all the elements and descriptions of what they do. Please post comments in the thread over at XDA as I will be able to provide the best response through that site. Check out my website for more awesome videos and SUBSCRIBE if you would enjoy seeing daily updated content such as this! Part 2 Here: Hard SPL 3 and LEO Radio Link for this ROM: XDA Link to ENERGY ROM Thread: *Link May Change* Check out for more info. Donate Link to help me out: Donate Link for NRGZ28:

Windows Mobile 6.5 versus Windows Phone 7

For more smartphone news and reviews: Windows Phone 7 and Windows Mobile are very much different. In a lot of ways, they are complete opposites. In Windows Mobile, you can customize your experience with a custom ROM or interface, plus you can change almost any aspect of the interface. In Windows Phone 7, you are limited to the interface that it comes with out of the box…you can’t even change the browser or the keyboard. Also, Windows Mobile is notoriously unstable unless you have the perfect ROM with performance tweaks. In Windows Phone 7, everything just works.