oneplusoneOur family has purchased 4 of the Oneplus One phones and we love them. This is a new company so to manage inventory they use an invite system so in order to buy one you must have an invite. That may change in the future but for now you have no option other than receiving an invite from a friend or directly from the company. If you would like an invitation please the first to claim one of the ones below. Good Luck all!

To use this invite, please follow this link to claim it as yours (you have less than 24 hours to do so). If you haven’t yet registered your account, no problem. Just follow this link:

Remember that this invite can only be used for orders shipping to Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and United States.

The invite will expire less than 24 hours from when we sent this email, not necessarily when you received it, please claim it as soon as possible as expired invites are not re-activated.

NOTE: You must have a registered paypal account to buy a phone. You are not allowed to checkout as a quest. IF YOU ARE NOT PLANNING TO BUY IN 24 HOURS DO NOT CLAIM THE INVITE. Please!

NoteIf you would like for me to share the invites for you please email them to

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The system update process to Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and 4.3) is fairly straight forward and depending on your network speed can be completed in under half an hour.

Caution: Before upgrading your phone it is always recommended that you backup your data.

To update your Galaxy S3 phone to Android 4.1.1, 4.1.2 and 4.3:

  1. Click on the “Menu” (left) button and Select “Settings” from the popup menu
  2. Click on “Application Manager”
  3. Select the “All” view to see all running applications
  4. Click on “Google Services Framework”
  5. Click the “Clear Data” button
  6. Click the “Force Stop” button
  7. Open “Menu>Settings” again
  8. Click on the “System Update” option
  9. Click on the “Update Samsung Software”

BAAM it’s done! In a little under a half hour you will have the 348MB (4.1.1)/157.6MB (4.1.2)/~500MB (4.3) download and it will automatically install after a reboot.

Disclaimer: Use at your own risk.

In response to the technological advances we have seen in the past decade, many divorce attorneys are becoming more computer and internet savvy.  A request for a download of your Facebook profile is a fairly standard requirement. Facebook has updated its programming to enable you to download a complete history of your Facebook profile in a few simple steps. Keep in mind that the download may include deleted messages and information that you may not want to be publicly available, so please make every effort to secure the download.

To download your Facebook profile:

  1. Login to your Facebook account.
  2. Click on the Account dropdown menu and select the Account Settings option.
  3. From the “General Account Settings” page, select the Download a Copy link to initiate the download.
  4. Click on the Start My Archive button.

At this point, you’ll be presented with a message box explaining that it will take a little while for Facebook to gather all your photos, wall posts, messages and other information and to expect an email with a download link once it has been completed.

If you’re looking for a divorce attorney that can quickly adjust to new technology and make use of all new options to your benefit, contact the Ramos Law Group, PLLC or visit us on the web at

Disclaimer: The material obtained from this site is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your own legal situation.

With the news that 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were recently leaked and the fact that internet security breaches are commonplace, the simple answer is YES.   However, simply changing your password doesn’t solve the underlying problem without an increase in the password complexity and frequency of password changes.  Yes, this means we all have to remember more complex passwords and change them more frequently but in the long run more secure passwords will keep your confidential information secure.

Keep in mind that a more complex password can be the difference between passwords being hacked in a few minutes to several years.  Recently, there were several thousand LinkedIn passwords that were decrypted within minutes of being leaked while other more complex passwords are still being decrypted by the hacking community.  Consequently, if you’re going through a divorce it is critical that all passwords are changed to assure that your communication and private information is not disclosed to the opposing party.

With this in mind, here are a few tips and some simple password policies that can reduce the likelihood of a hacker or your spouse from guessing your password.

What to do:

  • Increase Password complexity:  The most critical part of a password policy is the level of complexity required for each password.   I would recommend increasing the passwords to 10 characters which dramatically increases the amount of time it takes a hacker to programmatically guess your password.  Also, include at least one special character (e.g. $, @, etc), one capital letter and numbers.
  • Set a Maximum Password Age:  Passwords should be changed every 1 to 3 months depending on the complexity of your password.  As a rule of thumb, I would recommend changing passwords monthly.
  • Enable Password History:  Never reuse old passwords as they can be easily hacked by a savvy programmer as you’ll be giving them more time to decrypt with the same password.

What NOT to do (“How safe is your password,” 2012):

  • Don’t use a password that is listed as an example of how to pick a good password.
  • Don’t use a password that contains personal information.
  • Don’t use words or acronyms that can be found in a dictionary.
  • Don’t use keyboard patterns (asdf) or sequential numbers (1234).
  • Don’t make your password all numbers, uppercase letters or lowercase letters.
  • Don’t use repeating characters.
  • Don’t write down your password
  • Don’t send your password via email, messenger or any other form of electronic communication

Sample passwords (DO NOT USE SAMPLES):

  • Good:
    • $@mplE*909>1
    • Ch@t*101<19.1
    • B0c*1<19<.14#
  • Bad:
    • Sample*909
    • Marriage*101
    • HoustonDivorce*1

As you can see there is more to passwords and securing your information than you probably had previously considered. However, if you apply these tips in an effort to secure your accounts in regards to everyday life and when filing for divorce, your private information is less likely to be hacked.


How safe is your password?(2012).Retrieved May 13, 2012, from

Disclaimer: The material obtained from this site is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your own legal situation.

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