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Review: Sony Xperia C3 Dual D2502, Dual SIM Quad-core for Selfie Lovers


Selfie photo trend seems to be a serious concern Sony Mobile to expand the market share. Naturally, if Sony Mobile also launched a smartphone for selfie lovers as competitors which had already released before. For this new segment, Sony presents Xperia C3 Dual.


156 x 78.5 x 7.6 mm, 150 grams, full touchscreen, 3.5 mm audio port; SIM card slot, power/lock key, volume control, shutter button, mic port; microSD slot, microUSB port

Compared previous series, Xperia C, this smartphone is a little bigger but has a slim body and uses a little better materials so it’s not too heavy.

For character of design, the Xperia C3 Dual retains the typical structure of previous series which adopt the body concept of the latest Xperia family with omni balance design at each corner.

Unlike Xperia C which its back cover can be opened, the Xperia C3 Dual actually applies a unibody design. It’s also seen from the placement of the keys and a special slot on the side of the body. The SIM card slot on the Xperia C3 Dual is shaped long and fused in a single hole for two SIM cards and it’s interesting.

As most of the latest Xperia lineup, Sony Xperia C3 Dual also provides a special button to reset the smartphone if it’s error at any time. Its Position is at the top side of the SIM card slot which marked with the words “OFF”.

Display, Operating System and UI

IPS LCD capacitive touch screen, 16 million colors, 720 x 1280 pixels, 5.5 inches, 267 ppi pixel density, multi-touch, Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2, Triluminos, Android 4.4.2 KitKat

As mentioned before, the Xperia C3 Dual is a little bigger with 5.5-inch screen size but has a higher level of specification than the Xperia C and also uses IPS technology making a wider angle for users. Xperia C3 Dual also uses triluminos screen resolution with the BRAVIA Engine 2 technology included in the category of HD, High Definition, to show a clear and sharp image but some of the competitors already used a 1080p HD full screen in the same class.

As Xperia T3, this smatphone’s screen can also be accessed smoothly even when you use gloves with Glove mode.

With a wide screen and good enough technology, Xperia C3 Dual surely will be easy to access each feature or KitKat application. Even the display screen in the default homescreen position is not only shaped portrait but you can also enjoy it in landscape mode like a tablet.


8 MP Primary Camera, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, HDR, Panorama, 1080p video recorder, video stabilization, 5 MP Secondary Camera, 720p video, LED flash, Sony Exmor RS

This is the main advantage of Xperia C3 Dual. This smartphone is specifically intended for Selfie lovers. There are two cameras on the front and the back which can be used for Selfie photo. About the quality with a 8 MP resolution in primary camera, the image results will be felt standard for typical in middle class phone. Luckily, Xperia C3 Dual has a variety of the latest feature like in their flagship smartphone such as Superior Auto, AR effects, Picture Effect, Timeshift Burst, Sweep panorama, Portrait retouching and Life Social. Xperia C3 Dual’s camera also includes HDR feature, Steady Shot, Smile shutter, image stabilizer and Face Registration.

Besides using the standard shutter button on the side of the body, you can also use touch capture mode to take photos. Otherwise the primaryand secondary camera can be used for video recording. The primary camera supports 1080p full HD resolution while 720p video HD in the secondary camera.

Especially for selfie, 5 MP camera on the front of this phone is also supported by LED flash to help users for additional lighting. You can also use the self-timer mode for selfie image capture easily, Portrait retouch to transform selfie photos with 10 different beauty styles, DECO-frames add and also magic eye beam effects before taking photos.

The Results of Primary Camera

The Results of Secondary Camera

Hardware and Benchmark

Quad-core 1.2 GHz Processor, Cortex-A7, Qualcomm MSM8926 Snapdragon 400, Adreno 305 GPU, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB Internal Storage, up to 32 GB External, Li-Ion 2500 mAh Battery

In this sector, Xperia C3 Dual also brings improved specification then Xperia C. The first selfie phone of Sony Mobile phone is strong enough. If previous series use MediaTek chipsets Xperia C3 uses 400 Qualcomm Snapdragon which claimed to be stronger in spite of using 1.2 GHz clockspeed all of them.

8 GB internal memory of Xperia C3 Dual’s capacity divides into several parts_5.10 GB device memory can be used for applications, photos, audio video and otherwise and than other space is allocated to the system.

For overall performance, the results of severat times experiments recorded that Xperia C3 Dual has 17 809 for Antutu score but the position is still under the Nexus 4 and the Lenovo K900, 8812 for Quadrant score and 57.8 fps for Graphics.

The Result of Benchmark Comparison


Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual standby, dual call), Quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900), HSDPA Quadband (850/900/1900/2100), GPRS Up to 107 kbps, EDGE Up to 296 kbps, 42 Mbps HSDPA, 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, WiFi 802.11 b / g / n, Wi-Fi Direct, WiFi hotspot, DLNA, NFC, v4.0 Bluetooth with A2DP, v2.0 microUSB, GPS / A-GPS with GLONASS

As the Xperia Tipo, E dual, M and Xperia C, Sony Xperia C3 Dual also offers the ability for Dual SIM or Dual Standby / Dual Call. It’s mean that both of SIM cards are always on. Even there’s feature to move incoming call to another SIM card when the SIM is out of area.

For you who want to show phone’s screen display to another device such as a TV or home theater, Xperia C3 Dual also provides a feature, Media Server, integrated with a WiFi connection and also for you who like surfing internet, this smartphone supports almost all connection facilities such as the data network and wireless connection.

With high speed internet access, Xperia C3 Dual can be used for browsing, chatting and enjoying other social media services fluently. Unfortunately, the 3G / HSDPA network can only be enjoyed in the main SIM card slot, SIM 1, while the SIM 2 slot only supports GSM / GPRS and also Xperia C3 Dual D2502 doesn’t support 4G LTE network.


  • 5 MP secondary camer for Selfie, interesting feature and LED flash
  • 5.5 inch 720p HD display
  • 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor
  • Dual SIM


  • SIM 2 doesn’t support 3G
  • Not available for 4G LTE
  • The price is somewhat expensive


The prime special mobile phone for selfie lovers made ​​by Sony could be an interesting option. Not only does this smartphone support a variety of the latest features supporting selfie photo with large resolution of secondary camera but also the performance is strong enough to play games, watch videos and help work. The result of camera can be directly shared into social media and made more beautiful by editing feature before.

Unfortunately, only the SIM 1 card slot supports 3G / HSDPA while SIM 2 is on GSM / GPRS and also this smartphone doesn’t support 4G LTE network. This smartphone is also more expensive than the competitors supporting 4G LTE.

Review: AsiaFone Oscar (AF9899), Not Expensive and Optimal Features


Dimensions 14,3 X 7,3X 0,94 cm, power key and volume keys, 3.5 mm audio port, microUSB port, camera flash.

As most of the Android smartphone, Asiafone Oscar has a normal shape and use glossy plastic material on body. For Asian users, it would not be too difficult to operate because of fitting dimension for small hands like Asian.

This smartphone has a small arch at each corner, so that the user is easy to use any keys like power key and volume keys. To charge and transfer data, it provides microUSB port and also audio port for headset at the top of phone. At the back, there are camera and flash light.

Screen and Interface

FWVGA IPS, 5.0 inches 480 X 854 pixels, Multitouch, Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS

Asiafone Oscar has a wide screen. Unfortunately, this smartphone hasn’t a very good resolution but users are made ​​comfortable for using it to navigate and watch videos and also has a good respond and multitouch capabilities. Using the latest Android 4.4.2 kitkat Operating System, Asiafone Oscar doesn’t add another interface, So that the appearance is original without customization from the vendor.


Mediatek MT6582 Quad-core 1.3 GHz, GPU Mali-400 MP, 4 GB storage, 512 MB RAM, microSD, up to 32 GB, Li-Ion 2100 mAh battery

Asiafone Oscar is reinforced with good hardware specifications in the level. Unfortunately, the RAM isn’t too big but this smartphone is good for playing game with Quad-Core 1.3 GHz Processor. Example of game that is download and played, Gunship Battle, with 3D visuals can be played smoothly by Asiafone Oscar without any problems. With an internal memory capacity and adequate battery, this new smartphone is able to accommodate the user to be able to play a full day with standard usage.

Comparison of Benchmark Result


Primary Camera 8 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels, autofocus, Secondary Camera 2 MP

Unlike previous series, Cobra, this time Asiafone actually improves camera resolution in Oscar. With higher resolution, camera capability in Oscar is qualified. Asiafone Oscar contains the features such as autofocus, effects, exposure, white balance, smile shot, HDR, face detection self-timer etc.

Not only  more complete image results but also  bright lighting conditions are better than the previous series. Oscar is able to translate a color that fits with the original but ability of detail focus is still not very good. For the taking picture in less lighting conditions, users don’t need to worry about result of photo because Asiafone been provides the light flash. Oscar also is still optimally when recording video with good results. Secondary camera also belongs to Oscar with 2 MP resolution that’s better for selfie.

Results of Camera


MP4/H.264/H.263 player, MP3 Player, MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player

For listening music and watching video, Asiafone Oscar has music and video player. Music files in Oscar are able to be classified based on artist, album and song title and also users can play the video directly through gallery. Besides music and video player, FM radio is also available by using headset.


SIM 1 & SIM 2 GSM 900/1800/1900/3G HSDPA 900/2100, Wifi, Hotspot, Bluetooth and MicroUSB

As most of the smartphone, Oscar also has two card slots that’s on at the same time . Besides the 3G HSDPA connection, there are features such as wifi, hotspot, bluetooth and microUSB.


With very cheap price, Asiafone Oscar is able to accommodate all multimedia needs of users such as music player, video player and camera. Although it has relatively small capacity of RAM Oscar still has capabilities to do them.

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 (SM-G355H), Improved Operating System Version, KitKat

In order to maintain possession in all segments, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy Core 2 for the middle class. Galaxy Core 2, a development of previous versions, comes with KitKat Operating System. Seemingly Galaxy Core 2 will have tight competitors offering a cheaper price in the market even though Galaxy Core 2 is expected as a cheap mobile phone. Well, here is the review.


130.3 x 68 x 9.8 mm; 138 gram; full touchscreen;

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 is still made ​​of plastic added metal at the edges and shaped box with a small arch at each corner. At the top, there’s only 3.5 mm audio port while the end/power key is located on the right side and the volume keys are on the left side. A micro USB port is also provided for data transfer and charging at the bottom.

At the front, the secondary camera is located on the right top with the words ‘Duos’ underneath and there’s a physical menu button between back button and active application on the bottom of the front.

At the back, cover has a rough surface so it’s not slippery when placed or touched. The primary camera is located on the top center between LED flash at left and speaker at right side.


TFT Capacitive Touch Screen, 16 M Colors, 480 x 800 pixels, 4.5 inches, ~207 ppi pixel density;

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 offers a screen size that is not exactly small but not too large. Using Knock Code technology, it’s also provided a density up to 234 pixels per inches. By Knock Code feature, the user can turn the screen off simply by tapping with a finger. For security, users also can save four to eight combinations of certain tapping. It has a good performance for reading text in the sun, wide view angle, good contras and fresh colors.

Operating System and UI

Android v4.4.2 KitKat OS;

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 with Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system is ready to present a powerful performance to support the activities of users who have a lot of demands. Log in to the front page and than you will be greeted 4 homescreen panels.

You’ll only find categories in the menu display without widgets or wallpaper applications. You can find them with pressing and holding the screen. At the upper right corner of menu display there’s also an additional menu such as add pages and hide the application.

Hardware and Benchmark

Processor Quad-core 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A7 (Allwinner A10),GPU Mali 400; 768MB RAM; Internal Storage 4GB; Battery Li-Ion 2.000mAh; GPS, A-GPS support,

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 has 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Processor, 768MB RAM and uses 400 mali to support GPU. It also has 4GB internal memory which can expand to 64GB with microSD card and 2.000mAh Battery.

This Smartphone uses 2 benchmark applications_Antutu and Quadrant which have result of hardware test. Samsung galaxy Core 2 Antutu got 15.313 which is good but only 3.800 for Quadrant score.

Comparison of Benchmark Result

Internet and Connectivity

GSM 900/1800/1900; HSDPA 900 / 2100; 3G, HSDPA, HSUPA, EDGE, GPRS; Dual SIM (Dual Standby) GSM-GSM; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot; Bluetooth v4.0 With A2DP; MicroUSB v2.0

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 has enough connectivity options for Competing in the middle class. To connect to the internet users can use mobile data or WiFi in the hotspot area. This smartphone is a dual SIM phone which has same connection capabilities.

For browsing, Samsung Galaxy Core 2 has android browser and chrome. When browsing, it feels soft and smooth opening web pages and Youtube are great and you can also view a map with GPS.

Camera and Video

Primary Camera: 5 MP (2560 x 1920 pixels), Geo-tagging, face and smile detection, panorama, HDR, Autofocus, LED Flash, Video Record; Secondary Camera: 0.3 MP

With a 5 megapixels primary camera, the image was still not enough for you who like photography. Result taking pictures in indoor at noon with a lamp lighting the room got the results which are not very good when shooting objects within close enough. Flash LED is not available for the proper focus. In outdoor, Samsung Galaxy Core 2 can produce quite clear image even though color sharpness isn’t really good. The picture’s location info you take can be detected when GPS is on.

But you can still do with setting provided. It’s available for automatic mode, best photo, panorama, sports and night. For you who like a socialite or selfie, the secondary camera only 0.3 megapixels can not expect much.

Result of Camera


Video Player: MP4 / H.264 / H.263 Player; MP3 Player: MP3 / WAV / eAAC+ Player

For entertainment, Samsung GalaxyCore 2 is quite complete with an audio player, video player and FM radio. FM radio offers RDS and recording sound. To optimize sound when playing audio player, this smartphone provides equalizer settings that can make 3D effects. If you need more application You can install others in the Play Store.

Other Features

Edit Image, Chat On,

Chat On is available features for communication. Image can be edited directly on the phone with a variety of features such as rotate, crop, effect, portrait, stickers, pictures and frames. Actually, It’s still available application to show live wallpaper but the application is stopped when trying to open it.


  • Quad-core Processor
  • KitKat Operating System


  • Plastic Materials
  • The Price is still relatively expensive
  • Display type isn’t IPS


Bringing big name, Samsung, this smartphone must compete with the others vendors. Even though Samsung Galaxy Core 2 doesn’t have quite upgrading, the performance does not disappoint and back again to your choice.
May it be useful

Ground Power For Large Electronics

Ground power for large electronics is needed any time a business installed something that requires its own power supply. Servers, large electronics, major appliances and other items all need something like a Start Pac to keep them running. Each of these items can be managed much better when it is not attached to the local power line, and the unit can be protected much more easily from power surges.

The Size

The size of a large power pack depends on the item that it is powering. Each new power pack can be rated to power only the item that it was purchased for, and the power pack will be made with a plug that specifically fits the appliance. When people have a hard time with their air conditioning or large appliances, a power pack will provide the right amount of power without wasting energy.

The Surge Protection

Every new power pack for a large electronic device comes with built-in surge protection. The surge protection is designed to keep the unit from being ruined in the event of a major power surge. Any power surge will immediately shut off the unit, and the unit will turn itself back on when all is clear. Many companies rely on these power packs because someone does not have to watch them at all times.


There are many large power supplies that must move with their units. These power supplies can be installed in the units themselves, and the power supply will simply travel with the unit when it moves. These power supplies are best equipped for large computers that roll around a building, electronics inside a moving vehicle or the electronics used for ground support.

Creating a stable power supply for the most expensive electronics a business or family owns is left up to companies that produce nothing but reliable power supplies. These supplies are perfect businesses that need to keep their appliances running, and the units work well for families that want to control the amount of power that is used by a major appliance. Choose the one that matches the unit best and let the power pack do the rest.

The Evolution of Technology and its Affect on Gaming

When the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs whipped out his iphone in his January 2007 iconic presentation, little did he know that he was on the cusp of changing the culture of gaming forever. Smart devices are by and large responsible for providing inexpensive, casual gaming. The iphone wasn’t the only technology that would prove to revolutionize the way we play and look at games as new gaming technology seems to be innovating, evolving, and improving steadily at a rapid pace.

The Rise of Internet Games

One example is that we can now play high definition, console level games from what is basically a web browser. Games like Saints Row can now be played on a cloud based service and will soon be available for tablets and handheld devices. This ultra-innovative technology is making waves not only in the gaming community, but in the tech world as well.

Games cost peanuts

Like the music industry, video games are now cheaper than ever. As a Sony Playstation game would at one point cost around sixty dollars, paying for a game in the app store that costs more than one dollar will have you feeling like a sucker. And no, you don’t get what you pay for. Games like infinity blade on the iphone’s graphics are often compared to the quality of Playstation 2 consoles.

Game Cartridges are becoming obsolete

I can still remember literally blowing into my Mike Tyson’s Punch Out Nintendo game in 1990. Not only are those days over, but thanks to digital distribution service stream originally made available for games like Counter Strike, the very idea of a game cartridge is slowly becoming obsolete. It’s not just streaming that’s making cartridges a thing of the past. Downloading directly from the net is becoming increasingly popular, even for consoles like the Xbox 360.

You can play with or against real people via web

Remember in 1990 when if you wanted to play against your friend you’d have to invite him over (and then deal with all the interpersonal passive aggressive emotions that came with victory)? Thanks to modern gaming technology, you can now play against fellow gamers in Hong Kong, South Africa, and other exotic countries like Canada!

Play 3D games, glasses free!

Nintendo revolutionized mobile gaming when it introduced us to the 3DS screen, its latest version of the console which features a 3D display that does not require glasses. The technology, otherwise known as a parallax barrier displays different pixels for your left eye and for your right eye fooling you into believing that you are actually seeing a 3D image.

Earning money while gaming

I remember when I beat Super Mario Brothers and had nothing to show for it except a sequence of the princess thanking Mario. Sure, I felt good about myself, but it never improved my quality of life. Today, I have friends who play Texas Hold’em online and actually earn a living from it. Not only are those who play online Casino games earning livings from it, they are also slowly crippling what was once a thriving casino industry to the point where Casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson said that he is willing to spend “whatever it takes” to fight the online casino industry.

Can you think of a way technology has changed the Gaming world? Feel free to leave a comment below!

Small Electronic Parts For Business

Every business in repair and manufacturing needs several small electronic parts to do their work. A supplier like LectronIndustries.com can offer a company the parts they need in any quantity they are needed. The parts can come on regular order, or they can be special ordered to match a certain job or product.

The best way to make sure a company is getting the parts it needs is to consult with the supplier. There are often many versions of the same part, and it is best for companies to see all their options before they make a purchase.

Also, companies can order parts to be sent anywhere in the world. The parts that must go to a plant in France can be shipped just as easily as the parts that must be sent to a factory just around the corner. A small business can have a box of parts shipped to their shop, or parts can be ordered and sent to clients prior to a repair appointment.

Each new electronic part that is needed for repair or manufacturing can come from the same location. These electronic parts make machines work every day, and they must be purchased in mass quantities to keep businesses running. With a large selection and good prices, any business can keep their supply full.

ACA Leads to Increased Need for IT Professionals

With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, many experts warned that jobs could be lost as employers reduced workers to part-time or were unable to afford staff in order to provide coverage for insurance. However, one area of industry is expected to grow, not only in the private sector but in government as well. Many reports show that the need for IT professionals as a result of the ACA is expected to grow tremendously over the next few years.

Electronic Medical Record Mandate

One reason for the increase in need for IT professionals is the requirement under the ACA that healthcare agencies implement electronic medical record programs for patients. For those seeking government work for information technology, those with some background in the medical field could find themselves with many job opportunities.

Health Insurance Exchanges

Although some of the new IT positions available due to the passage of the ACA will be in the private sector, many states are still struggling to launch health insurance marketplaces. In March 2014, the state of Maryland announced that they were scrapping their health insurance exchange and replacing it with one used by the state of Connecticut. Problems with the Maryland system and the switch to the new program could lead to additional IT positions available in the state. Other states, including Oregon, Minnesota and Hawaii have also faced problems with their health exchange system, further indicating a need for additional IT professionals who understand both information technology and healthcare.

Private Sector

IT professionals are also a growing profession in the private sector due to the ACA. Healthcare organizations implementing electronic medical records need individuals who understand the needs of patients, the needs of the practice and the requirements under the new regulations. Those with a strong background in these areas are highly-sought in the medical profession today, especially in the private sector where some physicians are still reluctant to move to an electronic patient record system.

Individuals who are interested in entering the information technology industry could benefit from gaining an understanding of the healthcare industry as well. With the passage of the ACA, those with an understanding of both will find that more job opportunities will become available, especially over the next few years as government and the private sector work to smooth out the wrinkles in the system.

Consumer 2.0 – The Lifestyle of Carrying Branded Devices

Computing technology are currently undergoing evolution. Competition were no longer about the speed. Consumers also have a new benchmark and very different. They transformed into a new consumers generation that I described as Consumer 2.0. What are the characteristic of the consumer 2.0?

The main characteristic of Consumers 2.0 are their computing devices that more personal. The concept of sharing one computer at their home already left off. Each family member has a computing device transforming into a private area for each individual. What they write, read, photos, and record, even their interaction in social media absolutely in very private area, so it is not easy to share with other family members. This occurs with smartphones. Everyone has a smartphone which is currently the trend were shifted to tablets and computers.

Laptop increasingly personal

When the computer becomes very personal, then there is an unwritten requirement that must be fulfilled of these devices. First, the computer must support mobility making it convenient to carry. This refers to the weight and battery life. So no wonder the computer advertisements are now prioritizing the weight and battery life as selling point. I was amazed to see the laptop weighs less than 1 kg that can be operated up to 15 hours while attending the launch of Sony’s latest Vaio exhibition. The evolution of computers to compete on the weight and battery life really begins.

What happens if a laptop become increasingly lighter and the longer battery life (even longer than the average tablet)? Consumers will be faced with dilemmatic option. For those who use three devices (smartphones, tablets, and computers), it will choose a laptop which more comfortable to carry and used to support high mobility. However, for those who use two devices (smartphones and tablets or computers), they are faced with a difficult choice, between a tablet or computer.

In recent years, users tend to choose a tablet as a device that supports mobility. However, very soon, when the laptop is already weighing less than 1 kg, can be on in just 2-3 seconds, and tablet with longer battery life, then the consumer actually faced with a very seductive option to get the tablet advantages and computers in a single device.

Concerned with lifestyle

Consumer 2.0 is also a smart consumers in selecting. They are more educated in selecting devices that they would purchase. They just click the “Search” to get the specs, benchmarks, until references. Forums are also used to verify the devices that will be purchased. Sellers and vendors also provide more comparative content on the Internet and in social media rather than spreading brochures like 10 years ago.

Consumers 2.0 are increasingly aware about backup and cloud. They know that there must be a safe copy of Data recorded on their devices. The most sensible thing is to keep it on the Internet (the cloud). Not surprisingly, applications and services DropBox, Google Drive, and his associates became very popular.

Finally, Consumers 2.0 are becoming less sensitive to price. They really care about the brand since carrying a branded devices have become a way of life. They want to show the identity that more classy by bringing a premium devices that rarely people have. At the cafe, they want dozens of eyes staring at them while using the computer. This phenomenon does not only occur in youth generation only, but it also become a trend in old generations who want to keep trendy. Whether you belong to one of them?

Online Satellite Radio Accessories for Your Car Design

It can sometimes be difficult to find car accessories at low, affordable prices. Along with bargain prices, you will also find quality alternatives that you can choose from so that you can outfit your car. One of the things that make this company stand out from the rest of its competition is its fast and easy checkout process. You won’t have to go to an actual store and stand in line.

Navigating through the website is easy. When you are on the company’s home page, you will see a wide range of categories, which are located at the top and on the center of the store’s website. You are also able to find popular brands that will fit your car’s design. Some of the alternatives that you can find will include satellite radio collections, car subwoofers, amplifiers and many more.

If you do have any questions or have trouble with the website, you can contact customer service agents by phone or by live chat. These agents will be more than happy to help you and will surely help you find an answer to your question. Rest assured that you will find what you need to complete your car’s design the way you have always wanted.