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Thursday, 3 May 2018

6 Useful Android Settings You Might Not Know About - Realitytech

If you’ve been an Android user for several years, you might think you know the Android settings menu inside out. After all, there’s no way you’d have accidentally overlooked a useful option, right?

Unfortunately, you probably have overlooked something. These days, the Android settings menu is a sprawling maze of menu and sub-menus. It’s hard to find the more obscure options.

But which of the settings you’ve overlooked are useful, and which can live on in peaceful obscurity? Let’s find out. (Depending on your device’s manufacturer, some of these settings might not be available.)

1. Screen Magnification

Do you ever come across a really small font or tiny picture while you’re browsing the web?

If you’re using a browser on a desktop machine, it’s easy to zoom in and take a closer look. And, of course, Windows and macOS both offer a robust set of accessibility tools.

On mobile, it’s a different story. Some web pages allow you to use the pinch-to-zoom gesture, whereas others aren’t compatible with the feature. It all depends on how the site is coded.

Android offers a solution. Open theSettings app and navigate to Accessibility > System > Magnification Gesture and slide the toggle into the On position.

When enabled, triple-tap the screen to zoom in, and navigate by dragging two fingers around the display. You can adjust the level of zoom by pinching. Triple-tap again to return to the standard view.

Alternatively, triple-tap the screen and keep your finger pressed down on the third tap. It will temporarily zoom the screen until you release your finger.

2. Invert Screen Colors

The accessibility menu offers a couple of other useful features that we’ll look at. Firstly, let’s check out how to invert your screen’s colors.

For someone with a visual impairment, this has obvious advantages. But it’s also useful for everyone else.

Just think, how many times have you wished an app had a “dark” theme? And how many times have you given yourself sore eyes because you’ve used a bright screen in a dark room? Sure, there are third-party apps that can alter your screen’s color temperature, but this is an easy-to-use native alternative.

To invert your Android’s screen, open theSettings app and go to Accessibility > Display > Color Inversion. Slide the toggle into the On position to get started.

Using the feature has a couple of caveats. Firstly, your device may not perform as efficiently. Secondly, there’s no shortcut -– you’ll have to go into the Settings menu every time you want to enable or disable the inversion.

3. Add More Printing Services

Occasionally, it’s useful to be able to print a document from your smartphone. Perhaps you forgot an important letter or need to produce a copy of your ID.

Google Cloud Print has been part of the Android operating system for a long time. However, despite being a long-term feature, the service doesn’t feel solid. Print jobs often fail, and if you’re using an old printer, adding it into the app is a painstaking process.

Luckily, you can easily add more printers to your devices. Plugins are available from all the leading printer manufacturers, including HP, Brother, Canon, Xerox, and Epson. There are also a few cross-printer third-party apps to choose from.

To add a printer plugin, go to Settings > Printing > Add Service. A list of all the available plugins will appear. To add one to your phone, tap on the icon and clickInstall.

4. Make Passwords Visible

If you follow proper security etiquette, your password should be long, use a mix of numbers and letters, include uppercase and lowercase characters, and use some special characters.

On paper, that sounds great. In practice, it’s annoying –- especially on a mobile device. It takes a long time to enter it when you’re using an on-screen keyboard. Worse yet, you don’t even know if you made an error; your phone typically obscures your password using stars or dots.

If you find that you have to constantly re-enter passwords due to typos, this setting could be for you. Enabling it will mean your password will be visible on-screen in plain text.

To make all your passwords visible, go toSettings > Security > Passwords > Make passwords visible and slide the toggle into the On position.

Warning: This setting has obvious security implications. If you enable it, make sure nobody is looking over your shoulder when using your online banking or other sensitive services.

5. Set Your Billing Cycle

Although the general global trend is towards an unlimited data allowance on your cell phone contract, there are many carriers –- especially in the United States — that restrict your allowance.

If you go over your allowance, you’ll either be forced to pay out for an expensive add-on to keep you online, or you’ll receive a shock when your bill arrives.

If you set your billing cycle, you can monitor how much data you’re using over the 30-day period and adjust your usage accordingly.

To set up your bill date, go to Settings > Data Usage > Billing cycle > Billing cycle. In this menu, you can also choose whether you receive warnings when you get close to your limit, and even disable mobile data entirely if you go over it.

To see how much data you have used in a given period, tap on Mobile data usage. You’ll be able to see a neat graph that shows you which days your usage was unusually light or heavy.

6. Touch and Hold Delay

For the final setting, we head back to the Accessibility menu. Did you know it was possible to change how much time you need to hold your finger down for during a “long press”?

If you frequently find yourself needing access to the copy and paste context menu, setting the time to the shortest available option is a huge timesaver.

To make your selection, open the Settingsapp and navigate to Accessibility > System > Touch and hold delay. You can choose from ShortMedium, or Long.

What Other Android Settings Are Useful?

In this article, we’ve introduced you to six underused and underappreciated Android settings on your device.

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Wednesday, 2 May 2018

PES 2019 release date and features have been revealed, checkout! - Realitytech

Everyone are currently enjoying the PES 2018 of this current year, but looking further, another higher version of the game is coming towards us which is faster than expected and is the Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) 2019.

The features and release date of the game have been revealed by members of Evoweb gaming forum after spotting it on Hong Kong PlayStation store.

The game is said to come in two different edition:Standard edition and Legend Edition. David Beckham is likely to be featured in the Legend edition cover because after all, he's a legend when it comes to football.

The game promises support for HDR and 4K as well as revamped and upgraded skill traits, movement, visible fatigue and improved animation.

Expected features from PES 2019 soccer game

MAGIC MOMENTS - All players individuality has been revamped and taken to the next level with 11 new skill traits, improved shooting motion to score great goals, animation and stamina have great impact in visible fatigue.

AUTHENTIC LEAGUES - The PES 2019 will come with huge addition of licensed leagues.

NEW MYCLUB - Improved and redone element of players, from how you sign players and to special versions of players released throughout the year.

ML REAL SEASON - The manager mode has been improved and new ICC pre-season, in-depth transfer system and new league licenses.

MY BEAUTIFUL GAME - With 4K HDR, photo-realism with stunning animation will flow greatly.

Meanwhile, a listing for PES 2019 only appeared briefly on Hong Kong PlayStation store with a release date ofAugust 30, 2018.


If all these reported and expected features of PES 2019 are true, that means the FIFA 19 will have a solid competitor this year.

What's your say concerning the coming of PES 2019 soccer game?

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How To Repair Any Type Of Corrupted Memory Card(Sd Card) - Realitytech

This wikiHow teaches you how to recover the photos and other data from a malfunctioning memory card. It will also teach you how to reformat the memory card for continued use if the memory card is repairable.

Part One of Three:
Recovering Your Card's DataEdit

Stop using the card immediately if you haven't already. If your camera displays a message that says "Card Error", "Read Error", or something similar, turn off the camera and remove the memory card. Continuing to try to use the card after this point will reduce the likelihood of you recovering all of the data on the card.[1]

Search for a data recovery program.While your card might be done for, there's still a possibility that your data is recoverable. Some of the most popular free data recovery programs include the following: [2]Recuva - After you select your hard drive location (in this case, your SD card) and check the "Photos" option, Recuva does all the hard work in the background. Recommended for most users.CardRecovery - After a brief setup, CardRecovery scans any attached SD cards. Once your evaluation period with CardRecovery is up, you'll need to pay to continue using its services.Photo Rec - This program has a minimal interface and requires basic knowledge of how to navigate the Command Prompt program, so it isn't recommended for beginners.

Download and install your selected data recovery program. Typically, this process will entail opening your recovery program's page, clicking the Downloadbutton, and double-clicking the downloaded setup file.The location of the download button will vary from site to site. If you can't find it, try looking for it on the top or the side of the site's page.

Connect your memory card to your computer. Most PCs have a thin, rectangular memory card slot with the word "SD" next to it. This will most likely be on the side of the computer's casing if it is a laptop, or somewhere on the CPU box if it is a desktop.If your PC or Mac doesn't have an SD card slot, you can buy an SD card reader that plugs into your computer's USB port for less than $10.[3]You may have to allow your computer permission to use your SD card before you can access it.

Open your data recovery program. It should be installed in whichever location you chose earlier.

Follow the on-screen directions. You'll usually need to select the memory card as the location to scan and select the "Photos" option in your data recovery program's scan criteria before you can successfully scan your attached SD card.After the scan completes, most programs will give you the option of restoring or exporting all salvageable photos to a location of your choice (e.g., your desktop).

Part Two of Three:
Repairing a Memory Card on WindowsEdit

Connect your memory card to your computer. You can usually do this using the long, thin memory card slot with the word "SD" next to it that's built into your computer. It will most likely be on the side of the computer's casing if it is a laptop, or somewhere on the CPU box if it is a desktop.If your PC or Mac doesn't have an SD card slot, you can buy an SD card reader that plugs into your computer's USB port. These usually cost less than $10.You may have to allow your computer permission to use your SD card before you can access it.

Click ⊞ Win. It's in the bottom left corner of your screen.

Type "My Computer" into the search bar. While the "My Computer" application is called "This PC" or "My PC" on Windows 8 and 10, typing "My Computer" will redirect your search to your computer's default version of My Computer.

Tap the ↵ Enter key. This will open the This PC window.

Review the "Devices and drives" section. This is on the bottom half of the "This PC" window. You should see a drive marked "OS (C:)" here (this is your primary hard drive) as well as any other connected drives, one of which is your memory card.If you cannot tell which disk is your memory card, remove your card with this window open and note the drive that disappears. Remember to reinsert you card before continuing.

Note your memory card's drive letter.The computer's default hard drive letter is "C", so your memory card will be a different letter.

Hold down ⊞ Win and tap X. This will open the Windows quick-access menu over the Start button in the bottom left corner of your screen.You can also right-click the Startbutton to open this menu.

Click Command Prompt (Admin). Doing so will open the Command Prompt program which will let you reformat your memory card.If you aren't using your computer's administrator account, you won't be able to do this.

Type chkdsk m:/r into Command Prompt . You'll need to replace "m:" with your memory card's drive letter (e.g., "e:"). The "chkdsk" function checks your selected disk for corruption and then reformats the areas in need of repair.There is only one space between "m:" and "/r".

Press ↵ Enter. This will initiate the disk checking process. If Command Prompt finds any repairable issues, it will fix them if possible.If Command Prompt asks for permission to continue, press Enter to grant it permission.You may get an error that says "Cannot open volume for direct access" after hitting Enter. This error usually means that your disk either does not need formatting (e.g., it isn't damaged) or it is beyond repair.In some cases, the "Cannot open volume for direct access" error is a result of your computer's antivirus preventing the formatting process. Try disabling your antivirus program while reformatting your drive to see if it fixes the issue.

Remove your SD card. Once the process is complete, you can safely remove your SD card from your computer and place it back in your camera.

Part Three of Three:
Repairing a Memory Card on MacEdit

Connect your memory card to your Mac. You may need to buy an SD card reader since not all Macs come with an SD card slot.If your Mac does have an SD card slot, it will be on the side of the casing (laptop) or on the back of the CPU box (desktop). It may also be on the side of the keyboard on some desktop units.Some devices require that you enable disk use via USB through its settings before your computer will recognize it.

Open your Mac's Finder. This is the blue face icon in your dock.

Click Go. It's in the toolbar at the top of the screen.

Click Utilities. This will open the Utilities folder, from which you can run the Disk Utility.Alternatively, you can hold down ⇧ Shift and ⌘ Command and then tap U to open Utilities.

Double-click Disk Utility. This app resembles a grey hard drive with a stethoscope on top of it.

Select your memory card. It should be listed under the "External" section in the left-hand pane of the Disk Utility window.If you don't see your memory card listed here, try removing and re-inserting the memory card.

Click First Aid. This is the stethoscope icon in the row of options at the top of the Disk Utility window.[4]

Click Run. If you see a pop-up window that says "Your disk is about to fail" instead, you won't be able to repair your memory card.[5]

Wait for your memory card to be repaired. Once your Mac tells you the process is complete, you may safely remove your memory card and place it back in your camera.You may see an error entitled "The underlying task reported failure" here. If so, try restarting your Mac and running the repair again.

You can avoid memory card corruption and errors by refraining from removing your card during saving or writing, avoiding saving when your device’s battery is low, and powering off your device before removing your card when possible.

Memory cards do not last forever. Flash memory has a lifespan of anywhere from 10 thousand to 10 million write and erase cycles, so it is recommended to keep backups and replace memory cards every few years, depending on how heavily the cards are used.

A new eight gigabyte SD card will usually run you less than $10.

Even if your card is fixable, consider purchasing a new card instead of reformatting your old one. Formerly corrupted cards are far less reliable than a new SD card.

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Eight things your camera can do, other than selfies

Smartphone cameras let you take advantage of every available photo opportunity. But they can do more than take pictures of partying friends and sweeping landscapes.

With the right apps, your camera can perform feats from translating texts to scanning paperwork.

Here are some of its handiest superpowers.

Translate foreign text
With a typical translation app, you have to tap out text in a foreign language and then convert it to your native tongue, or vice versa. This can be a tedious process—especially if a server is hovering over you waiting to take your food order. Here’s a better idea: Scan the menu (or any other document) with your phone’s camera and instantly view the English translation.

You can work this trick on any phone with the free Google Translate app (for Androidand iOS). Once you download the program, open it and choose the languages you’ll require—the one to be translating from and the one to be translated to—from the drop-down menus at the top of the screen. Then tap the Instant translate button, which looks like a camera with a little plus sign inside. Now point your phone’s camera at foreign text, from road signs to paper documents, and the screen will display the translated words as if by magic.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy phone, version S8 or later, you can pull off the same feat with the native camera app. Just open it and tap the Bixby Vision button, which looks like an eye symbol, on the lower left-hand side of the screen. Then point your camera at a document, and the phone will automatically detect the language and translate the foreign words into your phone’s default tongue.

Explore the night sky
Gazing up at the stars on a clear night is dreamy, but you can make that experience even better by identifying which dot of light is which. With the right app, your phone’s camera will act as a star guide. Point it at the heavens, and visual overlays will tell you whether the object you’ve spotted is the International Space Station or the star Polaris.

Our top pick is Star Walk 2 (for Android and iOS), which offers a nicer design and more features than similar apps. It relies on your location and input from the phone’s internal gyroscope to pinpoint constellations, passing satellites, and other objects. You can also use it to see how the night sky changes as you move forward or backward in time, read up on the cosmos, and view 3-D models of constellations. The app is free with ads or $3 without.

As a runner-up, we like SkyView (for Android and iOS). Although its interface isn’t quite as polished as Star Walk 2’s, it can still act as a very competent guide to cosmic objects natural and man-made, with plenty of information on both. The app also has a handy feature to send you alerts about upcoming stargazing events. These baseline abilities are free, or you can pay a $1 fee to gain access to more detailed sky maps, as well as bonuses like a version of the app for your Apple Watch.

Add augmented reality
Want to see digital graphics overlaid on your phone camera’s view of the world? You have more options than ever before: Both Android and iOS are adding augmented reality tweaks to their respective platforms, and third-party app developers are also jumping on the AR bandwagon.

To dip a toe into the AR waters, start with Snapchat (for Android and iOS). Install the photo and video messaging app, open the camera screen, and tap anywhere on the scene. Snapchat will immediately display a variety of AR stickers, which you can preview with a tap. Then adjust your angle, place the sticker where it fits best, and take a photo or video as normal.

If Snapchat isn’t for you, you can still enjoy AR on your phone. A few examples: PGA Tour AR (for iOS only) places golf holes on top of nearby surfaces like your kitchen counter, Inkhunter (for Android and iOS) lets you preview tattoos on your skin before you apply any needles, and the Ikea Catalog app (for Android and iOS) will drop AR versions of furniture into your real rooms so you can check out how they look.

Digitize paper documents
The world hasn’t gone paperless yet, but you should do your part by converting paper documents into digital form. Thanks to your phone’s camera, you can scan everything from bank statements to business cards and then keep them on your local storage or upload them to the cloud.

While you can always snap photos of documents and keep them in your default photo app’s gallery, a dedicated app will provide extra features like automatic cropping and even text recognition (so you can easily search through your scanned pages). For a full list of apps, check out this guide to paperless apps and gadgets. Of the items on the list, we like Google Drive and Dropbox best.

The versions of Google Drive for Android and iOS can both scan documents: Tap the Plus icon and choose Scan. However, only the Android app offers automatic optical character recognition—you won’t find that ability in the iOS app.

Dropbox (for Android and iOS) also includes an integrated document-scanning feature that employs your phone’s camera: From the front screen of the app, tap the Plus button, then Scan document. If you pay for a Professional ($20 per month) or Business account ($12 per user per month), you’ll also unlock automatic optical character recognition and document-searching abilities.

Look up information
With a little help from the Google Lens technology built into Google Photos for Android (it’s not yet available in the version of the app for iOS, although Google says it’s coming soon), you can snap an image of anything and then receive information about that object.

To employ this trick, use Google Photos to open any image, then tap the Google Lens button, which looks like a simplified camera shape, at the bottom of the screen. The software will recognize an object in the photo, whether it’s a historical landmark or a type of flower, and provide information about it. Think of it like a visual search tool, recognizing everything from celebrities to famous works of art.

If you own a Google Pixel phone, you can also access Lens through Google Assistant. Press and hold the Home button to bring up the Assistant, then tap the Google Lens button on the lower right and point your camera at a target. Tap the screen to confirm that the pictured item is the one you want to learn about, and information will pop up on the display.

Access websites
Photographing a QR code—those squares filled with a random-looking mosaic of black and white tiles—gives you a shortcut to open a relevant website. You’ll find QR codes on menus, package, posters, brochures, stationery, and other items. For example, scanning one of these boxes on a magazine advertisement can lead you to a website with more information about the item or open a special online discount.

Those who own an iPhone can open the default camera app, point the handset at a QR code, and check out the notification that appears. Tap it to read more, including the hidden URL.

On Android, this process gets slightly more convoluted. First snap a picture of the QR code, then pull it up in Google Photos for Android. Finally, tap the Google Lens button (a simplified camera shape) at the bottom of the screen.

Act as watchdog
Your phone can do double duty as a security camera that keeps an eye on your property, pets, or even kids. For this task, you’ll need two devices, one to film the video feed and another to tune into it. An old device that’s been gather dust would be perfect for the job.

One of the best apps we’ve seen is called Manything (for Android and iOS). It lets you tap into the livestream from afar at any time, and it can send alerts when it detects motion in front of the camera. A subscription, which costs $4 to $13, adds the abilities to save footage to the cloud or set up more than one camera.

If you’re focusing on baby monitoring, we like the apps Dormi (for Android only) and Cloud Baby Monitor (for iOS only). Dormi lets you connect to your monitoring phone or tablet from multiple devices, and it automatically amplifies the volume when it detects crying. The free version only provides four hours of monitoring a month; after that, subscriptions cost $1 for a month, $5 for a year, or $9 for life. With Cloud Baby Monitor, you can also tap into a live video feed from any other device. You can also receive alerts when the app detects motion or sound and send audio messages to your child from afar. It costs $4 up front.

Supplement your memory
Although this final application still involves taking photos, they’re not intended for Instagram or Facebook posts. Instead, you can use smartphone images as memory aids. Think about all the times you need to memorize new information, such as the Wi-Fi code at your friend’s house or the way cables fit into the back of your television. You could jot down notes on paper or a memo app, but snapping a photo is faster and easier.

If you’re moving to a new house, photograph the contents of boxes so you remember what’s packed where. On vacation, record your ski or park pass in case you need to replace it as some point. During an overnight stay, photograph your hotel’s list of emergency numbers for future reference. Then, no matter where you go, you’ll have the necessary information close to hand, where you can easily pull it up the next time you need it.

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Monday, 30 April 2018

9mobile Unlimited Free Browsing And Downloading With whats Vpn 2018

Many people have been looking for one way and the other to download that their favourite huge files like movies, games, music and many others, but no way. But now, new WhatsVPN free downloading cheat has come to provide unlimited access to those requests.

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WhatsVPN is a virtual private network (VPN) app that make your connection anonymous while browsing but in this article, it will literally make you anonymous while downloading those unlimited files.

After setup, you can only use this cheat on your mobile device, it doesn’t support PC access.

Now, let’s dive into the settings..

Firstly, download WhatsVPN on Playstore or here (APK).

Secondly, download Advanced Download Manager (ADM) Playstore, or here (APK).

STEP 1: Once done, launch your WhatsVPN app, change your country to “Canada“, switch on your 9mobile mobile data connection and tap on “Connect“.

Note: Make sure you have 0MB on your 9mobile line, otherwise, it will use out of your data.

STEP 2: Now, go to that website you want to download your movie and copy the last ” Download link” of the file.

STEP 3: Now, launch your ADM app you downloaded earlier, tap on the “+” sign and paste it to start downloading the file you copied earlier.

With this method, you can download unlimited files, including videos, games and many more. Of course, it’s slow but with time, you will be able to download unlimited file without spending a dime.

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Google's Reply App Is The Best Chat Assistant - See How It Works

There are a lot of times that you really need to reply messages but you can't because you're busy or probably just too lazy to type.

Image Credit - TNW

Google has come up with an app to solve all of that - Reply.  I've used the app for more than a month and I must say I'm definitely impressed with the results so far. 

It can automatically reply your messages if you're busy. Of course that's after you've granted it permission and be rest assured that your chats are safe. I'll drop a couple of screenshots so you'll see what I mean. 

Basically all you have to do is tap on the reply you want to send and it's sent automatically. There are a couple of other things this app can do but I'm not dropping spoilers anymore. You have to download it to find out. I think it's for devices running on Android 7.0 and above. It's still in beta so expect a whole lot of updates coming to this app.

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How To Get The PUK Code For Your Phone Simple Way

PUK or 'Personal Unlocking Key' is a security feature on most mobile devices that protects your SIM card data. The PUK code is unique to your SIM card and is required when a SIM Card PIN code has been entered incorrectly multiple times.

Step 1
How to get a PUK code

Step 2
Register or log in to My EE.

Step 3
Select Help & Support from the main menu options on your account homepage.

Step 4
Select Get your PUK code.

Step 5
Then select Get PUK1 code.

Step 6
Once you have your PUK code, enter this into your phone to unblock your SIM.

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How to Apply for UK and USA Adsense In Nigeria And get Approved 2018 - Realitytech

As we all know getting approved for Adsense can be very difficult and thus discouraging as many people always get some dissaproval messages, such as the common "insufficient content" mail. Are you among this category finding it difficult getting approved for your Country Adsense Account? Try US or UK Google Adsense. It’s very simple to get approved.

Today, I share with you how to apply for US and UK Google Adsense account which I came accross from a problogger's site. Follow the below Steps carefully and you would be smiling in no time..

The procedures below should be taken in order to get your blog approved for US and UK Google AdSense.

*For Blogspot users You must get a Custom Domain Name: At default everyone on the blogger platform started
with a domain which of course Google AdSense no longer approves, so
before you apply for a US AdSense, make sure you must have gotten a custom domain e.g,, and lots of other extension,
you can get domain names from Bluehost and others…

When you get the domain name and have linked it to your blogger blog, you shouldn't
immediately use it to apply for Google AdSense… wait for at-least a month.

*You should have a good blog design and have your; About, Contact, Privacy Policy Page.

Also make sure no page is left broken!

Now that you are ready to apply, follow the next step below on the application process

1. Visit google adsense application page and click on Signup. Make sure you use an email you have not used to apply before.

2. From the next page, enter your blog or website URL starting with www e.g., & Select Language (English).

3. You would be taken to the next step which is where you will fill your details such as the Country, Address, Phone number etc.

4. Select Country (United Kingdom or United States) this depends on the country you want to apply for. I would recommend United States for a Start. Click on the drop down and Select United States  or United Kingdom and enter your address.

Now in the field for address, city, zip code etc. follow the below.

This is where Non-US Residents get confused: which address to use or where to get address to use? No worries, you would learn where you can get a UK or US Address to use just
Keep Reading;

Where to Get a US or Uk Address

You are going to use the service of shoptomydoor (Not for US Adsense Verification this time) but to get a US or UK Address.

About Shoptomydoor

Shoptomydoor is a website that offers service of shopping from the United States, United Kingdom or China. For Bloggers it is mainly used for verification of  PIN for UK and US Adsense but Nay! that’s not what we need at the moment, what we need is to get a US or UK Address from them (Free).
Shoptomydoor gives you a US or UK Address when you signup with them. Follow the below steps to get a US or UK address from shoptomydoor.

Step 1: Register on Shoptomydoor
Fill in the necessary details and signup.
Step 2: You will be taken to your dashboard and now you have your personal US Address shown, Click on the drop down to see your Uk Address too.

The last number to the right (77031) is your Zip Code to use. In field for city, you can input Houston as seen above, and space for State Input (Texas).

In the field for phone number for US, you don’t need to worry just input Nigerian Code e.g. +234 8012345678 and finally click Signup!

You will be taken directly to your Adsense dashboard where you will be given some codes to put in the <head> tag of your blog. That is the code Google would use to review and fully approve your blog.

You are going to parse the code for blogspot users.
Just Copy that code from AdSense, go to and parse the code.

If you have successfully parsed and pasted the Adsense Code then you are done.

Now go back to AdSense and check “I have pasted the code”. and click DONE.

Finally, Wait for the next message from Google AdSense (takes approximately 24hours). But incase you don’t get reply from Adsense within 24hours, do not lose hope wait and you would get a reply from them.

If you feel you might have problems withdrawing your earning from adsense then read this:- How To Withdraw Your UK And USA Adsense Earnings In Nigeria

This is how to Apply for a US/UK Adsense Account.

Did you face any problem with any of the steps? Let me know in the comment box below.

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Sunday, 29 April 2018

How to Trace the Owner of a Phone Number

Are you on the receiving end of harassing calls? Do you keep receiving calls from numbers you don’t recognize? With the help of the internet, you can track down some information on the caller, as long as you can see their number. If the number is blocked, you can contact the phone company and start a criminal investigation. See Step 1 below to learn how.

Perform a web search for the number.One of the quickest ways to trace the origin of a number is to do a web search. If the number is publicly listed, there’s a good chance it will show up in your search results. At the very least, you should be able to determine the approximate location.

Dial *69 from a landline. This will give you the phone number of the last call you received, provided it wasn’t private or being blocked. If the number is blocked or set to private, there is very little chance that you will be able to determine the number or where it was coming from.

Check online 411 directories. These are databases of publicly-available information on businesses and individuals with public numbers. Many allow you to do “Reverse Phone” look-ups that will provide you more information about the phone number, such as where it is located and what service it is on.

Check if the number is from a payphone. There are several resources available online that list payphone numbers and their locations. Many of these directories are community-run and updated, meaning that they may not always be 100% accurate. Two of the more popular sites are:Payphone ProjectMcPayphone

Use reverse phone directories. There are a variety of phone directories online, both free and paid. Many offer to provide you with phone information for a monthly fee by collating large amounts of publicly available data. You may be able to find this information yourself, but it may take quite a bit of digging.

Activate call tracing with your service provider for blocked numbers. Most service providers offer a tracing service for harassment situations. You may need to pay a fee in order to use this service, and it won’t actually provide you with the phone number or any other information. Instead, it is sent to law enforcement for investigation.After activating the service, dial *57 after receiving a call you want to trace. The phone company will make a record of that number and forward it law enforcement.Make sure to note the time and date of each harassing call, and try to take notes about what the caller sounds like as well as a rough transcript. This will all aid in the investigation.

Hire a private eye. The last and final option is to pay a professional private investigator to research the number and determine the subscriber name and address. This is of course a method of last resort, and should only be explored once you've determined that no public information is available through every other possible resource.

Be wary of websites like Net Detective and Reverse Detective. These websites will offer unlimited phone number searches for something like $19.99. While sites like these can be useful at times, they basically charge you for a convenient collection of publicly available searches that you could find for free on the internet if you do enough googling. While websites like these can be useful if you're aware of their inherent limitations, they cannot guarantee the accuracy of their results.

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