Friday, June 22, 2018

Download Moko Live Stream App to Watch FIFA World Cup in Your Phone

Download Moko Live Stream App to Watch FIFA World Cup in Your Phone

Hello football fans, the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Tournament is around the corner and you won't like to miss any of your favorite matches. This is why it's important to download Moko Live Stream app to watch FIFA World Cup 2018 on your phone.
Ronaldo vs Mo Salah

The app is lite wait, no lag and the buffer rate is extremely okay.

Moko Live Stream brings quality live streams to your view. It loads a database of sports TV channels compatible with your mobile device.

This sports app lets you watch world Cup 2018 matches online, English Premier League, La Liga and other football matches.


👉 Download Moko live stream app from Playstore Here.

The app size is just 3.6MB so it's not huge. Alternatives apps are Mobdro, WSS, Sports TV and Livenettv apks.
What Is The Difference Between Android One And Android Go Edition

What Is The Difference Between Android One And Android Go Edition

In recent times, we come across terms such as "Android One" and "Android Go Edition" which confuses most of us to the extent that someone asked whether they are different from the normal Android OS we are used to. In this post, you will be cleared on this issue and you will know the difference between the two terms in a very simple and concise explanation.
Difference between android one and android go


ANDROID ONE: For devices with Android One, Google actually offers software development services to manufacturers. So perhaps a handset maker like infinix is good at building hardware, marketing, and has retail experience, but they’re not good at software. In this case, Google offers them Android One and commits to sending updates and security patches for an agreed time period, directly to the handsets. Android One gives a stock Android experience.

Examples of phones running on Android One includes; Infinix Hot 2, Motorola Moto X4, HTC U11 Life, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Xiaomi Mi A1, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6.1, Y!Mobile X1/X2/S1/S2, General Mobile GM6/GM5/GM5 Plus, Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel 2...

ANDROID GO: Devices with Android Go doesn’t come directly from Google – Google sends it to a handset maker like Nokia, and then Nokia releases it. This also means that Nokia has to release updates and upgrades when they’re pushed out from Google, adding in a delay that isn’t there with stock or Android One.

Examples of phones running Android Go includes; Alcatel 1X, Nokia 1, General Mobile GM 8 Go, Lava Z50, ZTE Tempo Go, Micromax BHARAT GO, Itel P32, itel A32F, Itel A15...

It all depends on what you can afford. A device with a low Specification like 8GB of storage and 1GB of RAM is batter running on Android Go.

While devices with with Specifications like 16GB of storage and 2GB of ram is better running on Android One

I hope this helps clarify your doubts and questions on this context.
If You Own a Facebook Group, You Can Now Make Money As Admin

If You Own a Facebook Group, You Can Now Make Money As Admin

Facebook want to put smile on the faces of active group owners by helping them earn money from their respective groups. It's a big opportunity for everyone now all you need is to have a massive group that's very active and useful to members.
Facebook group admins

Facebook is testing subscription fees for groups, where group admins can charge between $4.99 and $29.99 (N1800 – N10,800) per month for membership.

Facebook said group admins invest their time and energy to keep their groups active and that some admins asked for tools to help them continue to invest in their community.

FB has already started testing paid group subscriptions features with a small number of groups. Facebook says;

Subscription groups were created to make it easier for admins to provide these experiences with built-in tools, and to save them time so they can focus on offering members-only content.

“For members, they’re now able to sign-up and manage their subscription through the Facebook app for iOS and Android.”
Facebook said it will use what it learns from this pilot to help admins offer more to their members and continue to invest in their communities.
Who knows, WhatsApp may be next in line have this new feature knowing that Mark Zuckerberg also owns WhatsApp.
What do you think?
Download DENT App To Get Free Unlimited Data On All Networks

Download DENT App To Get Free Unlimited Data On All Networks

Hello guys don't let this opportunity pass you by. Download DENT App now and get free unlimited data that works on all networks. It's as easy as ABCD.

DENT is not a free airtime app but a free data app that rewards you 150MB worth of data by just installing and signing up on the app. You receive a welcome point of 30 Dents which translates to 150MB data.

Though we are still enjoying Opera News Free Airtime app but I think Dent will complement it with its new strategies. Imagine having both apps in your phone, it means you will be getting free airtime and free data everytime by just sharing the apps with your friends. Interesting right?

Meanwhile, the basic purpose of DENT app is for data topup, so Dent helps you topup data for a friend or family and also allow you earn free data of any network using the app. The app is available for Android 5.0 KitKat, 6.0 Marshmallow, 7.0 Nougat, 8.0 Oreo and 9.0 latest version. It works for users in Nigeria, Mexico, United States and Brazil. The developers promised to add more countries to the list before the end of the year 2018.

You have the option to redeem or cash out your Dents as data. You can also buy Dents with PayPal or refer friends to earn more Dents. You stand a chance to get unlimited data with more dents.


✔️ First and foremost, Download Dent app for Android here
✔️ After installing, Sign up using your Facebook profile, Google profile or your email address.
✔️ You will be welcomed with 30 Dents worth 150 MB on any network.
✔️ To redeem your Dents as data, simply enter your phone number into the "Send Data To" box.
✔️ Finally, select the data amount you want to redeem.
Viam.... Your line will be credited with the said data.

Dent app supported networks

It's very easy, your referral link is there in the homepage. All you need to do is click on "INVITE NOW" and you will see the unique link which you can proceed to share with your friends on social media, forums, etc to get more dents.

So what are you still waiting for? Are you happy spending money all the time for data subscription? Why not utilize this opportunity and enjoy the awoof while it lasts. Download Dent now and get your free data wired to your SIM.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Infinix Note 4 Pro Android 8.1 Oreo OTA Update Now Available

Infinix Note 4 Pro Android 8.1 Oreo OTA Update Now Available

After rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update on Infinix Note 4, Infinix Mobile has just started rolling out latest Android 8.1 Oreo OTA update to its Note 4 Pro device.

This official update comes with improved battery features and enhanced performance. Also added to this Android 8.1 Oreo update is Android File Go file manager app to save your files. Other features include Eye Care Mode, picture-to-picture mode, and Duo function for video calls.
Infinix hot 4 pro Android 8.1 update


✔️ Ensure your infinix Note 4 pro is not rooted else it may be bricked
✔️ Charge your smartphone battery to at least 95% before you start the updating process.
✔️ Ensure you make a Backup of your current firmware in case anything goes wrong or you wish to downgrade your device if the update contains bugs
✔️ Make sure you have enough data before you click on "download". It's recommended you have at least 2GB Data on your SIM
✔️ Ensure there is strong 3G network in your phone to avoid interruptions while the update is going on.


This guide is for all users of Note 4 Pro that are yet to receive notification for the update on their device. You can check for the update manually by navigating into your phone settings > About Phone > Check for latest update.

Once it's available, simply tap on “Download And Install” to download the Android 8.1 update on your Note 4 Pro phone.

Now, wait for the new update to fully install on your phone. Don't interrupt the process! After successful installation, your phone will be rebooted Android 8.1 Oreo. Welcome to the Android Oreo OS.

That's how to know if Android Oreo update is available on your Infinix phone and how to upgrade infinix note 4 pro to Android 8.1.

Let's know if you have gotten the update already on your device via the comments section of this blog.
What doesn’t incognito mode protect against?

What doesn’t incognito mode protect against?

Incognito windows (called Private Browsing in Firefox) are a great feature of modern browsers that will help you avoid some low-level tracking techniques. However, they are not an anonymity tool.
Among many other techniques, websites can use cookies to track your browsing history, which may also reveal your online habits.
What doesn’t incognito mode protect against?

Beyond the use of cookies, you may be tracked throughDNS records or by your system administrator. An incognito window will help against some threats but is useless against others.
How incognito mode works
The incognito window or private browser will open a new window that behaves like a freshly installed browser on a new computer. There are no cookies, no bookmarks, no saved searches, and no pre-filled forms. Every time you close the incognito window, all the information the browser collected will be deleted.
This, unfortunately, does not stop others from collecting information about you.
Incognito mode will prevent cookies from identifying you
When you visit a website, embedded scripts will place a small file called a cookie on your computer. This cookie can, when you visit the site again, be read by the site and used to identify you.
This can be useful, as it allows you to stay logged in even after your computer is rebooted, and quickly lets you share news on any social media accounts.
However, cookies also let social media companies (and the NSA) track you across sites. For example, social media sites let news organizations embed snippets of code that show how often an article has been shared.
These snippets also feed back information about which sites you’ve visited, and which articles you’ve been reading. This gathered data can be used to feed you targeted advertisements or identify your religious, political, or sexual preferences.
How to stop cookies tracking you
1.    Disable third-party cookies and consider deleting cookies every time you restart your browser
2.    Install Privacy Badger to see which cookies a site uses, then block them where appropriate
3.    Use an incognito window to open sites and articles that you do not wish to be connected to your regular browsing or purchasing habits
incognito settings

Incognito mode will help protect against browser fingerprinting
Cookies are still the number one method for collecting information online, but browserfingerprinting has become increasingly popular.
With browser fingerprinting, the website you visit will gather information about your browser, the fonts you have installed, and the add-ons or browser extensions you use. This information could be enough to detect you, even if you’re careful about your privacy.
Browser fingerprinting is more of a probability score than an exact match for who’s who on the internet, but it does work and is hard to defend against. Check out EFF’s Panopticlick to see what browser fingerprinting looks like in action.
How to limit the effectiveness of browser fingerprinting
1.    To avoid fingerprinting, run a popular browser that uses no default fonts or extensions, like the Tor Browser
2.    Be careful with extensions, as some extensions are detectable by the sites you visit. The ExpressVPN Chrome Extension is safe to use even in incognito mode.
Incognito mode will stop family members snooping on your computer
If somebody else, like a family member or flatmate, has access to your computer, an incognito window can help you hide certain activity (like buying a birthday present) from them. In fact, it is probably a much better option than deleting your history altogether, which might raise unnecessary suspicion.
Incognito mode won’t stop people tracking you with your DNS records
Every time you visit a website, like, your browser will have to obtain the site’s IP address. The browser will ask a DNS server “what is the IP address of” The DNS server then responds with the correct answer, allowing you to connect to the ExpressVPN website.
However, the DNS server may record your queries and sell them to advertisers or pass them on to law enforcement.
By default, your DNS service is supplied by your Internet Service Provider, but it can be changed to one maintained by Google. There are also free DNS services that promise not to pass on your information, such as OpenNIC.
VPN providers like ExpressVPN also maintain their own DNS service, which comes included with a VPN subscription. ExpressVPN does not keep logs and does not pass on any information to advertisers.
Minimize the threat from DNS tracking:
Incognito mode won’t stop system administrators at work or school from tracking you
If you use public Wi-Fi or connect to your school or work network, the administrator can see every site you visit. For sites not encryptedwith HTTPS, they are even able to see the contents of the site and all information you exchange with it.
Incognito windows will not protect you from system admins.
Minimize the threat of system admins tracking you
1.    Use Tor or a VPN (or both) to hide your browsing habits from the network administrator.
Be careful if the computer you are using is not yours (such as a computer at school or work). The owner of these devices may have installed other tracking software that will collect information even if you use a VPN or Tor.
Great reasons to open an incognito window
·         Hide your browsing history from others using your computer
·         Hide browsing habits from advertisers
·         Avoid browser fingerprinting
Make use of the incognito window when it makes sense! It’s a great tool that will help you maintain control over your own data. Use the Tor Browser anda VPN connection to shield against intruders, and use your own devices whenever possible.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Infinix Note 5 (X604) Specifications And Price In Nigeria & Kenya

Infinix Note 5 (X604) Specifications And Price In Nigeria & Kenya

Want to buy Infinix Note 5 but don't really know the features, specifications and price of the phone in Nigeria? Search no more because this post is for you.
Infinix note 5 X604

Infinix Note 5 (X604) is an upgrade to 2017 Note 4 and as a custom to the Note series, it has a big screen and a big battery, an X-pen stylus is included as well.

Talking about the screen size, I mean a 6-inch Infinity Display with 18:9 aspect ratio. Memory wise, there is 3GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage, while the battery capacity is 4,500mAh. The phone runs stock Android 8 Oreo out of the box. Also don't forget that Infinix Note 5 is an Android One smartphone.

The Note 5 costs N68,000 in Nigeria while in Kenya, it costs Ksh 18.000. Note that this price may change with time and location.

Interested customers can buy Infinix Note 5 from phone retailers – both off-line and online – in the various countries where TECNO and Infinix has operations, including Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Egypt, and more. It's likely to be available on Jumia and Konga.


2G: GSM, GPRS, EDGE 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
3G: UMTS, WCDMA, HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
4G: LTE unspecified frequency bands
SIM Type: Dual Nano-SIM

OS: Android 8 Oreo (Android One)

Dimensions: mm
Weight: g
Display: 6.0 inches, 1080 × 2160 pixels, 18:9 ratio, IPS LCD display
Sensors: Fingerprint, Face Unlock, Accelerometer, Proximity
Colours: Black

Processor Type: 64-bit Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53
Processor Name:
Graphics Processor:

Internal Storage: 32GB
External Storage: microSD, up to 128GB

Rear: 12 megapixels, f/2.0, auto-focus, LED flash
Video recording: 1080 @ 30fps
Front-facing: 16 megapixels

Music Support: MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
Loudspeaker: Mono
Video Support: MP4/MPEG4/H.263/H.264 player
FM Radio: Yes

Bluetooth: v4.2
WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot
GPS: Yes
USB: microUSB v2.0, USB-OTG

Battery Type and Capacity: Li-Ion 4500mAh
Announced: June 2018
Availability: June 2018
Samsung Galaxy J4 Specifications and Price In Nigeria

Samsung Galaxy J4 Specifications and Price In Nigeria

Samsung Galaxy J4 is Sammy's 2018 budget smartphone featuring a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, an Exynos 7570 processor, and 2GB RAM. The Galaxy J4 is a smaller version of Galaxy J6. Here we have the complete specifications, features and price of the device for reference purposes.
Samsung Galaxy J4

Talking about the specs sheet, there is a dual-SIM, 4G LTE, as well as fingerprint scanner and Face Unlock for device security.

Camera wise, there is a 13 megapixels snapper at the back while the selfie camera has a 5-megapixel sensor. The battery is of 3,000mAh capacity. See below for full specs.


✔️ Wireless Network and Software
2G: GSM, GPRS, EDGE 850 / 900 / 1800 MHz
3G: UMTS, WCDMA, HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100 MHz
4G: LTE frequency bands 1(2100) / 3(1800) / 5(850) / 7(2600) / 8(900) / 20(800) / 38(2600) / 40(2300)
SIM Type: Dual Micro-SIM
OS: Android 8.0 Oreo + Samsung Experience 9.0 UI

✔️ Design
Dimensions: 151.7 x 77.2 x 8.1 mm
Weight: 175 g
Display: 5.5-inch, 720 x 1280 pixels, Super AMOLED display
Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity
Colours: Black. Grey. Gold.

✔️ Hardware
Processor Type: 64-bit Quad-core 1.4GHz Cortex-A53
Processor Name: Exynos 7570
Graphics Processor: ARM Mali-T720 MP1
Internal Storage: 16GB
External Storage: microSD, up to 256GB (dedicated slot)

✔️ Cameras
Rear: 13 megapixels, f/1.9 aperture, auto-focus, LED flash
Video recording: 1080 @ 30fps
Front-facing: 5 megapixels, f/2.2 aperture

✔️ Multimedia
Music Support: MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
Loudspeaker: Mono
Video Support: MP4/MPEG4/H.263/H.264 player
FM Radio: Yes

✔️ Connectivity
Bluetooth: v4.2
WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot
GPS: Yes
USB: microUSB v2.0, USB-OTG

✔️ Miscellaneous
Charging: Regular
Battery Type and Capacity: Non-removable Lithium-Ion 3000mAh
Announced: May 2018
Availability: July 2018
How much is Samsung Galaxy J4?
Samsung Galaxy J4 costs $173. In Nigeria, it costs about ₦56,600.

Where To Buy Samsung J4?
The Samsung Galaxy J4 was initially made available in India and Pakistan, but you will be able to buy it from Samsung’s online and offline stores, as well as independent retailers, around the world.

Monday, June 18, 2018

New Way To Download Torrent Files With IDM

New Way To Download Torrent Files With IDM

One of the commonly searched words on google is "how to download torrent files" and fortunately, a solution was found with the use of but currently, Troffic site is Down so we are not able to download Torrent files with IDM. But don't worry, I have another solution for it through this new way to download Torrent Files With IDM.
New way to download torrent files with idm

This new trick will allow you download Torrent files with IDM without much hassles. Just Follow these below steps and and you will be glad you did.


Download the Torrent file which you want to download from any torrent site (Ex., extratorrent)

Save this Torrent File on your System, for easy save it on Desktop.

Now, go to

Click on "upload" and Upload the torrent file.

Hit Go button Wait for caching the Torrent File.

Now click on Download button, it will ask for ”choose your account” Choose Free account Wait, Downloading will start in a Second.
How to download torrent files

SEE ALSO How To Download Torrent Files On iOS Devices

That's the new way to download Torrent files with IDM. Enjoy.
How to Avoid GDPR Geo-Blocking

How to Avoid GDPR Geo-Blocking

Businesses all around the world have been scrambling recently to get compliant with the new European GDPR legislation, and there are still many companies yet to become fully compliant. They are fast running out of time before the European authorities begin catching up with them. For some companies and websites, everything is up in the air at the moment, and there has been a lot of chaos when it comes to people being geo-blocked from certain websites that are non-compliant with the new European regulations.
How to Avoid GDPR Geo-Blocking

Many companies are still unsure whether the GDPR applies to them, and there is a lot of confusion surrounding whether or not the GDPR is actually relevant to non-EU citizens. While definitive answers are yet to come from official sources and geo-blocks are yet to be lifted, there are plenty of things you can do to get around these restrictions and access the content that has been barred by some U.S. sites.

#1: What is the GDPR?

If you haven’t yet heard about the GDPR, you’re pretty lucky! It is something that has plagued the inbox of hundreds of millions of people worldwide and, quite frankly, many of us are tired of hearing about it.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a piece of European legislation with a worldwide impact. It is a new law for protection of data and privacy for all individuals residing within the EU. It does not matter whether or not your website is based in the EU – if you have traffic coming from and you are handling data on individuals from the EU, you must comply with the GDPR or face the threat of hefty fines being brought by the European authorities.

#2: Why Are U.S. Sites Geo-Blocking?

Simply to protect themselves. Many US-based sites are unaware as to whether the GDPR applies to them, and in a bid to avoid serious proceedings being brought by the European authorities, U.S. sites have started blocking traffic from EU countries.
When the GDPR came into force on May 25th, lots of major U.S. news sites blocked access for EU visitors trying to avoid any culpability should the GDPR apply to them. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and it’s not hard to understand the reasoning behind the decisions to geo-block EU traffic by certain major U.S. sites and news outlets.
It was simply a case of “allow EU visitors to continue accessing the site and risk being hit with harsh fines from the European authorities” versus “geo-block EU traffic until there has been some clarification as to compliance and whether the GDPR applies to them.” In many cases, U.S. sites are geo-blocking EU visitors until such a time that they have managed to catch up with the GDPR and become compliant. However, others are holding out for an official line from European authorities.

#3: Accessing Geo-Blocked Websites

Geo-blocking is nothing new; it is a method that has been used by several countries (i.e., China, Russia and North Korea) to block content that governments do not want their citizens accessing. Sites such as YouTube and Facebook, for example, are geo-blocked in a few of these countries in order to prevent citizens from accessing content that potentially undermines their governments or regimes.
The classic way to access geo-blocked content is to use a VPN – Virtual Private Network – a clever piece of software that connects you to a virtual location and changes your IP address. When you enable a VPN, your IP changes to that of the server you are connected to, and these servers are located worldwide, from the U.S. to Canada to Australia and beyond.
The VPN changes your IP and makes your web traffic look like it is coming from the country to which you are connected. If a website cannot identify your traffic as coming from a geo-blocked location, it will let you unblock all of its content.
In the wake of the GDPR, many U.S. websites have blocked traffic from EU visitors until such a time as either i) the site becomes GDPR-compliant, or ii) the European authorities officially clarify to whom GDPR applies beyond what has already been said. Using a VPN, you can bypass geo-blocked websites and continue to access their content.