Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Hi guys, hope you remember Zoto Mobile Recharge?


 A secure and Fastest way to recharge anywhere in Nigeria with lots of benefits. Zoto was introduced to you guys on this blog few months back and I'm pretty sure that lots of people are benefited from their "Earn N1000 by referring a friend". Some have earned more than 20k with 24hrs, before the offer was stopped on the 12th of July 2016.

I'm glad to inform you that Zoto is back again with their amazing offer "Earn N1000 by referring a friend". Zoto gives you a massive N1000 Naira free of charge when someone uses your referral code or link to sign up.

Zoto mobile recharge is 100% secure with PCI-DSS certified and one of the few very secure recharge applications. All your transactions are 128 bit SSL secured with trust seal from industry leaders such as VeriSign.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Download latest SnapTube v4.8.0.8580  APK from the link below and start downloading videos from YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Vevo, WhatsApp and many more websites from one place. SnapTube is the best video downloader app for Android.

 Download SnapTube APK and see apk installation guide below to install updated version with new features.

For some reason SnapTube is not available on Google Play Store in many countries, you cannot download it directly from Play Store link. But we have a solution for you. With SnapTube v4.8.1.8555 apk below you can get the latest version on any Android and start enjoying super fast video download from best websites in the world and that too directly on your device, now need to convert video formats. SnapTube APK for Android also allows you to download MP3 files from the list of websites given below.

Free Video and Music Downloader


Tuesday, October 25, 2016

An android device that gets infected by malware starts malfunctioning to the point that it gets almost useless.
Recently I posted two different articles on how to prevent your phone from getting infected and also ways to know if your phone has already been infected. And for the benefit of those who are already facing malware issues on their phone, I will be providing different methods to remove malware on your android smartphone.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Even if 75% of cities in Nigeria are yet to experience 4G network, MTN is finding the means to compulsory their 4G LTE for everyone. In a way to encourage people to swap their sim card for 4G LTE, MTN is giving out free 5GB of data when you upgrade your MTN sim to a 4G Sim card.

The offer is for MTN customers who have activated their 4G LTE network. The bonus data is to welcome you to the fast 4G network and it can be used for browsing, downloading, streaming etc.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

4G LTE Service in Nigeria seems to be what’s in vogue and we are now moving out of 3G gradually for 4G service, each of the networks have different frequency bands for their 4G LTE and supported device is going to be the matter of contention.

To enjoy super blazing internet speed, it is not as simple as buying a 4G smartphone, inserting your 4G LTE SIM and start surfing with it. Guys, it is much more than that. Lots of people were disappointed when they discovered that their device doesn’t support Glo 4G band 28 (700Mhz) after cat walking into the Glo office to get USIM.

Glo 0.0k unlimited free browsing on the latest Tweakware version 3.3 is much easier and faster to set up. If you have any issue setting up the psiphon tweak, download this Tweakware v3.3 and get better connection.

The lastest Tweakware VPN version 3.3 now includes the Glo 00kb free browsing tweak on the menu.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Here is the latest version of your favorite whatsapp mod application


What's new to GB WHATSAPP VERSION  4.91

Version 4.91
Base Updated to 2.16.259
(Exclusive) Ability to Send Audio Clip upto 100mb instead of 16mb
When sharing or forwarding messages, you can now send to multiple chats at once
Now you can edit picture before send
you can send GIF
Unlocked Mentions(mention anyone in the group)
While recording videos, slide your finger up or down to zoom in and out
A new front-facing flash helps you capture selfies in the dark
Added Option to Change Background Color of Invite Button in Contacts Screen (Mod 2.4.10A)
Added Option to Change Color of attached contact icon on Main Screen (Mod 2.32.2)
Fixed Error Sending Videos in Few Devices
Fixed White Screen while Attaching Images in Few Devices
Other Fixes


Monday, October 17, 2016

Hi lovely blog readers  and welcome to this lovely post. It's been quite long that we heard from the Airtel network about offering us free gigabytes, but it is time again, as you are reading this post, free 5GB is waiting for you, just that it involved imei tweak and I'm pretty sure that changing the IMEI of Android devices is not something new to each and every one of us.

To get the free Airtel 5GB, simply tweaks your Android phone imei with the IMEIs below:

If one of the apps on your Android device crash as soon as you launch it or maybe while you are using it, you can quickly fix this problem, with basic troubleshooting. This tutorial will show you three possible methods which you can apply on your Android device to repair the app and make it work without problems.

Solution 1: If the app crashes while you are using it, the first thing you should try is to pull out the battery from your Android device. This will perform a soft reset, and it will not erase the data from your device, but it can sometimes resolve the issues such as crushed apps. Once you pull the battery, return it back after 2-3 minutes and try the app.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Glo has finally decided to outbid and outfought it's competitors by giving you the cheapest and best data plan tariff...

Just follow the pics guide below to subscribe to any plan of your choice ;

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Follow the pics guide response answer to choose your preferred plan..

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Modern versions of Android have a Storage pane that will show you exactly what is taking up storage on your device. To find this, open the Settings screen and tap Storage. You can see how much space is used up by apps and their data, by pictures and videos, audio files, downloads, cached data, and miscellaneous other files.
Tap an option here to see exactly what’s using up space and delete it. For example, you could tap Apps to see a list of apps using up the most space and remove them. Tap downloads to view your downloads list where you can remove files and tap cached data to clear the data of all installed apps. Use the other options to view which files are taking up space and remove the ones you don’t want.

When dealing with apps, bear in mind that the app itself, its data, and its cache all add up to the total space used by the app. For example, if you have Spotify installed and you’ve cached lots of music offline, Spotify may be using over 1 GB of space. You could clear Spotify’s cache to forcibly remove this all, or launch the Spotify app and tell it to cache less data for offline listening. Any app that caches data for offline use will function like this. In the screenshot below, Google Play Music is only 40.66 MB in size on its own, but it’s storing 2.24 GB of cached music.
You can see how much space an app is using for those data files and remove the cached data for an individual app by tapping it in the Apps list, accessible by tapping Apps on the storage pane or by tapping Apps on the main Settings screen.

See Which Folders and Files Are Taking Up the Most Space

Android’s built-in tool is helpful for visualizing the space used by different types of data, but not the exact amount of space used by individual folders and files. For this, you’ll need a third-party app like the excellent and free DiskUsage. Install it from Google Play, launch it, and you can scan your device’s file system.
Use the visualization to see which folders and files are taking up the most space. You can delete them right from within the Disk Usage app to free up space. For example, you might see a leftover folder from a game or app you’ve uninstalled. That app should have removed that data, but you can do it by hand with this app. Select a folder or file, tap the menu button, and tap Delete to remove it.
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Bear in mind that you could delete files that apps depend on here. Don’t delete data belonging to an app unless you’re willing to lose that data. In many cases, the data should be synced online in some way and you should just be able to re-download the data if you need it.

Add an SD Card and Move Data There

Many Android devices still ship with microSD card slots, although they are becoming less and less common on newer devices. If your phone or tablet does have a microSD card slot, you can purchase a microSD card and insert it into your device to gain more storage. The storage you gain can hold music, videos, pictures, and other media files–and, in some cases, even apps (see the next section). Some apps may allow you to move their cache locations to the SD card, too.
If your device already has an SD card, this is a good option if you want more storage. MicroSD cards are fairly cheap, so you can upgrade and get a lot more storage for a fairly low price. A quick look at Amazonshows 32 GB cards for $10 and 64 GB cards for $19.
After installing the SD card, format it as portable or internal storage (if your phone has Android 6.0 Marshmallow), then connect your device to your computer and move your music, media, and other files to the SD card’s free space.

Move Apps to the SD Card

Depending on your phone and version of Android, you can also move apps to the SD card to free up space.
Android Marshmallow users can do this by formatting the SD card as internal storage. Then, the SD card will be seen as local storage on that device. The system will determine which apps make the most sense to move to the SD card, then go ahead and move them over. You can’t discern between true internal storage and an SD card formatted for internal use, so there’s now way to manually move individual apps over. (You also won’t be able to move the SD card between devices anymore, unless you erase and re-format it.)

Friday, October 7, 2016

Smartphones and Tablets are often viewed as media consumption devices, sometimes you may want to print out movie tickets, boarding passes, scan/documents, pictures or whatever. Android doesn’t have the native printing functionality builtinto the core operating system, but a Google app and a connected printer will let you print photos, Google Drive files and almost anything via the Chrome browser.
It uses a free service from Google called “Cloud Print”. You’ll need a Google account and a separate PC with a Chrome browser and an attached printer. You’ll also need a free app for your Android device.
First, configure the PC that has a printer attached


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