Friday, 23 February 2018

Full Specifications And Price of BLU Vivo X With Four Cameras

Full Specifications And Price of BLU Vivo X With Four Cameras



An amazing BLU Vivo X smartphone with quad (4) Cameras is out, and here is the full specifications of the phone below.

The phone is unlocked for Global usage as it supports various 4G LTE network bands. And it size is as 6.0 inches display with 18:9 screen to body ratio.

The phone comprises 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM to complement the processor, so a good performance is guaranteed for multitasking.

The device will be a very good choice for gamers because of these features like bigger screen, large memory, Ram and decent chipset to enable you play games without it hang or slow.

Unfortunately, the SIM is a hybrid SIM so you can't use dual SIM simultaneously with an external SD card. This means you have to sacrifice one for another. Whenever you want to use an SDcard here, you will have only SIM 1 but for you to use two SIMs, there won't be SDcard because SIM 2 shares the same slot as the SDcard.

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However, that shouldn't be a big issue because the internal storage of the phone is 64GB which is big enough to store enough files without the need of SD card.

Talking about quad cameras, this smartphone is dope in all ramifications as far as photography is concerned.

The phone comes with dual 13MP + 5MP camera setup at the back while in front, there are an amazing 20MP + 12MP setup for super clear and realistic selfies shoot. This is really a good phone for all selfie addicts.

And lastly, this smartphone runs on Android 7 Nougat. Checkout the complete specifications below;

BLU VIVO X SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICE

SUPPORTED NETWORKS
GSM / HSPA / LTE
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700), 28(700)
Speed HSPA 42.2/11.5 Mbps, LTE-A (2CA) Cat6 300/50 Mbps
GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes

AVAILABILITY
Announced 2018, February
Status Available. Released 2018, February

BODY DESIGN
Dimensions 160 x 76.8 x 8.2 mm (6.30 x 3.02 x 0.32 in)
Weight 188 g (6.63 oz)
SIM Hybrid Dual SIM (Micro-SIM/Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY
Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.0 inches, 92.9 cm2 (~75.6% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 720 x 1440 pixels, 18:9 ratio (~268 ppi density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3

SOFTWARE
OS Android 7.0 (Nougat)

PROCESSOR
Chipset Mediatek MT6757 Helio P25
CPU Octa-core (4x2.6 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.6 GHz Cortex-A53)
GPU Mali-T880MP2

MEMORY/STORAGE
Card slot microSD, up to 64 GB
Internal 64 GB, 4 GB RAM

CAMERAS/VIDEOS
Primary Dual: 13 MP (1/3", 1.12 µm, PDAF) + 5 MP (1/5", 1.12 µm), phase detection autofocus, LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR
Video 1080p@30fps
Secondary Dual: 20 MP (1/2.78", 1.0 µm) + 8 MP (1/4", 1.12 µm), LED flash

MULTIMEDIA
Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes

CONNECTIVITY
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP
GPS Yes, with A-GPS
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB 2.0

FEATURES
Sensors Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
- MP4/H.264 player
- MP3/eAAC+/WAV/Flac player
- Document viewer
- Photo/video editor

BATTERY
Non-removable Li-Po 4010 mAh battery
Stand-by Up to 750 h (2G) / Up to 700 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 28 h (2G) / Up to 22 h (3G)

MISC
Colors Black
Price in Nigeria: N89,000
Global Price: $249.
9Mobile HeavyWeight Awoof(Things You need to Know)

9Mobile HeavyWeight Awoof(Things You need to Know)



On a bid to attract more customers, 9Mobile has come out with a promo tagged “HeavyWeight Awoof”. This promo is basically for new or existing customers that buys a new SIM.


With Heavyweight Awoof, you will get 10 times the value of your purchased airtime and data to call any network of your choice as well as 1GB free data to stay connected on the internet.

Here are some of the benefits of 9Mobile HeavyWeight awoof.
  • You get 10x bonus on your first recharge as a new customer
  • Enjoy 250% on all recharge
  • 1GB Free Data
  • First Data costs you just N500 for 1GB
  • Stay connected on social media platforms
  • As an existing customer, you get the 7x bonus of your first airtime recharge for the day
  • The airtime can be used to call any network

However, the unfavorable part of the Awoof is that;

  • Your calls will be charged at a high rate of 80kb/s
  • You only enjoy the awoof once. For instance, after the first recharge or data subscription, subsequent ones will be charged normally. Note that the normal 9Mobile 1GB data plan goes for N1000 making it the most expensive monthly plan in the country.
Existing customers are not blank out as you can get 7 times the value of your first daily recharge to call any network. 

For existing subscribers, the Super Bonus Offer will be the best for you. It is a special offer for all new and existing customers on the 9mobile network. Super Bonus Offer gives you 7 times the value of your first recharge daily for voice calls only to all networks for 30days. Simply dial *819*1# to enjoy this offer. The calls are charged at 80kobo per second.

The Super Bonus Offer is not a new offer, it was actually introduced in 2017 and it was called Etisalat Revamp Super Bonus, but now it has come with new name and slightly different dimension.

Read Also: Hot!!:How To Power All Apps And Browse With 9Mobile YouTube Data Bonus Using AnonyTun Beta 5.0 Vonnegut



If you purchase a new 9mobile SIM, you’ll certainly enjoy the HeavyWeight Awoof. 

To Activate The 9Mobile HeavyWeight Awoof

  • You need to buy a new SIM
  • Register it
  • Then, dial *819*1# to activate this awoof
  • You can now buy airtime and get 10x value.


Get a 9mobile new SIM today and testify! For instance, when you recharge N100, you get N1000. The recharge of N200 gives you N2000 and so on.

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Steps on how to free up space on your Android device

Steps on how to free up space on your Android device



Android phones and tablets can fill up quickly as you download apps, add media files like music and movies, and cache data for use offline.
Many lower-end devices may only include a few gigabytes of storage, making this even more of a problem.
According to How To Geek, the less space you have, the more time you’ll have to spend micro-managing the internal storage. If you find yourself regularly running out of space and needing to manage it, consider getting a phone or tablet with more storage next time around.
Use Android’s built-in storage tool
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 other miscellaneous files. However, it works a little bit differently depending on which version of Android you are using.
Identify folders and files taking up the most space
Android’s built-in tool is helpful for visualising 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 new app called Files Go from Google. It’s free in the Play Store, so go ahead and download it. You’ll need to grant storage permissions and app access when you fire it up, so run through that to jump into the main part of the app.
The main interface will show you some interesting things like unused apps (if you have any), low-res files, duplicate files, temporary files, downloads, and files that are taking up a lot of space. It is super intuitive and allows you to quickly pinpoint apps and files that are literally just wasting space.
Tapping on any of the category cards will show you contents of the said category, allowing you to pick and choose what you want to delete. Even the Temporary Files option lets you see which apps are holding on to data, allowing you to clear them out individually.
But wait, there’s more: tapping the “Files” option at the bottom will let you take a look at your storage in a more categorised view, very similar to Android devices running Nougat or older. This is great for anyone running Oreo who prefers the old Storage layout.
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Tapping each option will show you a more granular breakdown of its contents. For example, the Images entry will show you everything from that folder, including Screenshots, Downloads, and the likes. You can also choose to sort the results by name, date, and size. I recommend the latter since you’re trying to clear up space.
Many Android devices still ship with microSD card slots, although they are becoming less and less common. 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.
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.
Users with Android Marshmallow and above 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 no 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.)
Move photos to the Cloud
Photos can take up a lot of space on a modern smartphone. Rather than storing them all on your phone, you could use an app that automatically uploads photos you take to an online account like Google Photos, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Flickr, or something else. Google Photos is integrated into the “Photos” app on your Android device and offers unlimited storage of photos. You can access them from within the Photos app or at photos.google.com on any computer.
However you do this, you can then use the Photos app on your device to remove the copies of photos stored on your device itself, potentially freeing up gigabytes of space. You could also just copy those photos to your computer and back them up the old-fashioned way, too. The best part about using this method is that you can still access all of your photos through the Photos app, regardless of whether they’re stored locally or in the Cloud. It’s seamless (and brilliant).
If you don’t like Google Photos, you can also do this with other apps, like Dropbox. The same trick could work with other files taking up a lot of space on your device. For example, you could upload a large music collection to a service like Google Play Music and stream it back to your device over an Internet connection, caching the files you need instead of storing your entire collection on the phone.
get Free 4GB data, 25% data bonus and 4GB MiFi data on Airtel

get Free 4GB data, 25% data bonus and 4GB MiFi data on Airtel


Since  Airtel has launched their 4G LTE network, they have been trying their possible best to compete with other networks by offering different kins of cheap offers for their 4G LTE users. Absolutely, it’s of course a brand new business strategy to attract more customers.
Moreover, a 4G LTE user can now get three wonderful bonuses, which are: Free 4GB data when you swap your SIM, 25% bonus on data plans above N500 for the next 3 months and lastly, is a MiFi bonus, get a MiFi for N10,000 and get free 4GB data.
The Free 4GB data valid for complete 30 days, the 25% data bonus valid for 3 months and the MiFi free 4GB data valid for 30 days. So, you can get unbeatable offers on 4G that works, especially on Airtel network.
To swap an old Airtel SIM, visit any nearest Airtel store or you can equally get a new 4G SIM from any Airtel outlet. Register the SIM and switch on your 4G network and enjoy!
Tutorial on how to start up a blog/website 2018

Tutorial on how to start up a blog/website 2018


Today I will be impacting some knowledge about you wanting to be a Blogger.

Actually, you can start up a successful blog if you have money or not. But you must have interest in blogging for you to be successful in it. well,most of our young Bloggers today are running into Blogging just because of the Money ,not knowing that blogging is a long term investment.


To cut this short,we have various types of platform in blogging, but I will advice you when starting up a blog,go for a better host.

See the two recommended platforms listed below:


  • WordPress: you can get a self hosting plan to start up a WordPress blog.


Examples of companies offering WordPress services are:

1. Domainking

2. whogohost

3. Go daddy

4. Namecheap

5. Bluehost



  • Blogger : blogger is a free platform for blogging owned by google, it has been in existence for long. As a newbie I would advice you to start with Blogger blog, then as time goes on when you are fully a Blogger, you can move to a self hosted WordPress blog.

Things you need to do before venturing into blogging.


1. Think carefully about what you are good at(category of what you are planning to blog about).

2.  Choose a perfect domain name for your blog.

I hope with this little tutorial u can venture into blogging... If you think this article is helpful you can share to your friends and family,do not forget to drop your comments before leaving.
See how to download your favourite videos from YouTube

See how to download your favourite videos from YouTube


 Today I will be releasing another relevant tutorial on  how to download your favourite videos from YouTube.

Many of you love to stream YouTube, then when streaming you will stumble on some impact able videos you will love your family and friends to see,so this tutorial will teach you how to download the video.

So,no more talk about this,just follow the below steps to get what you want.

Step to download videos from YouTube


  • Goto YouTube official website by clicking here
  • Search for the video you love to download.
Click on the video and edit the link by adding (ss) in the link,see screenshot below.
After doing that you will be redirected to savefromnet,there you will be able to download the video to any size you want

If you find this article helpful, show appreciation by leaving your comments.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

How to run WhatsApp with +1 number while in Nigeria

How to run WhatsApp with +1 number while in Nigeria


Today, I will be dropping another relevant information on how to run WhatsApp with +1 number while in Nigeria.

Well as it is,many people have been searching for this great tutor,to be honest ,the truth is you can't get this tutorial from anybody or anywhere for free,either you give the source something in exchange or you pay him in cash.

See the benefit of this +1 number below


Benefits of +1 number


1. You will be trusted by your client.

2. You can use it in calling and receiving of calls.

3. You can open Facebook account with it. E.t.c

So to get this service done, its either you hire me. If you are interested, you can contact me with the below details


Contact details


Facebook: click here
WhatsApp: 08168942388

Note: The price is cheap (10$) .

Don't bother trying apps like TextNow,Nextplus etc,they are no more working.

See proof below:

Blogging Help: How to fix/set  Ads.txt On Blogger Blog

Blogging Help: How to fix/set Ads.txt On Blogger Blog



How To Set Up Ads.txt On Blogger Blog. guess most of you mus have been seeing the information online in regards to ads.txt and how lots of blogger is making too much noise on it and you may think its difficult to implements. even google blogger platform has made it easier for blogger blog owners to enable the features so they can add ads.txt details to their blog.

this was made easy for those using WordPress self hosted blog as you just need to create an ads.txt file on your domain root path. but for blogger blog owners, it was not easy as you are not using a self hosted blog such as WordPress but google blogger blog that doesn't have option to add files on root of your domain as you need to go through blogger settings to enable such option.

 
don't worry its not difficult at all as all you need to do is to add some line of text to the ads.txt option on your blogger blog settings. luckily blogger platform have added the features for ads.txt to be enabled by blog owners operating their blogs on blogger blog

 Read Also: Step by step guide on how to get and setup mp3tag with jingle on WordPress

well, for those who doesn't really understand what ads.txt is all about, here is a some details below.

Authorized Digital Sellers, or ads.txt is an IAB initiative that helps ensure that your digital ad inventory is only sold through sellers (such as AdSense) who you've identified as authorized. Creating your own ads.txt file gives you more control over who's allowed to sell ads on your site and helps prevent counterfeit inventory from being presented to advertisers.

How To Create Ads.txt On Blogger Blog

==> Login to your blogger blog and click on the blog you wish to create ads.txt for.

==> go to Settings-Search Preferrence

 then scroll down to the options Monetize

==> you will see the option to enable custom ads.txt

==> click on the edit button close to it to and select YES

a box will be displayed for you to add the advertiser you are using. below is format for google adsense.Include the following line:

google.com, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0


Important: Make sure you replace pub-0000000000000000 with your own publisher ID.

to get your publisher ID, login to your google adsense and scroll to the top right, you will see your publisher id. 

Source.
Step by step guide on how to get and setup mp3tag with jingle on WordPress

Step by step guide on how to get and setup mp3tag with jingle on WordPress


Hello fans and love ones of this blog,earlier this year I have gotten so much messages from bloggers asking me on how to add jingle to music, like More Music @ Naijaloaded.com.

So today,I decided to share the script and installation guide,follow the below steps to get the script and installation guide.

Mp3tag with jingle script



Installation Guide


1.Download the script with the above link.

2.After downloading, goto file manager on your control panel(cpanel)

3.locate public_html inside your file manager.

4.create a new folder under public_html.

5.click on your new folder,upload your script.

6.extract the script

7.edit to your taste.

To tag your music and add jingle, goto yourdomain.com/your new folder


If you don't understand, kindly drop your comment.

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

View Image Button option,Removed from Google Search

View Image Button option,Removed from Google Search


Did you know that Google has now removed one of the most important parts of image search.?
Yeah, the company has now disabled the "view image" button on its desktop (pc) search interface.


For Google to remove this, it only means that people can no longer easily goto to the picture they'd searched for – or download it for later use.
It means that people will only be given the opportunity to see the picture on the page that hosts it. It means clicking into the website and complying with its rules and regulations, rather than making it easy for people to look at only the picture.


According to our sourcethe main reason why Google made the change. The new site discourages people from being able to get images that they ordinarily wouldn't be able to download, or to link to images without people seeing whatever is surrounding them on a page.

Read Also: New Google Pay app for Android is available now

Google initially said that the change had been made "to help connect users and relevant websites", and stressed that the view on page button would still be around. But it said later that the change had been made in part because of an agreement with Getty to make it harder to get the image agency's pictures.


They are designed to strike a balance between serving users needs and publisher concerns, both stakeholders we value," Google said on its "search liaison" page.

Nevertheless, you can still view images even with the botton removed. what you have to do is just follow below processes;

HOW TO VIEW IMAGE WITH THE VIEW IMAGE BUTTON REMOVED

Method 1: 
You can get the feature back by adding a Chrome extension. One of them – called, helpfully, "View Image" – adds the buttons back into Google.

Method 2:
It's also possible to get to the actual image fairly easily, despite the fact the button has disappeared. To do that, just right click on the image in the results and select to view it in a new tab – that will open up the picture and you'll be free to do whatever you want to do with it.