November 2016
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How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

You can use your Android as webcam even without WiFi. All you need to do is just to enable the USB debugging mode on your Android smartphone. Let’s know how to do it.
1. First of all, you need to enable the debugging mode on your Android device (Settings > Apps> Developer options> USB debugging)
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

2. Now you need to download and install DroidCam from Google Play store on your Android device.

How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

3. Now connect your phone to your computer via USB and then let your computer install the required drivers in the PC ( You can manually install OEM drivers by clicking on this link)
Step 4. Now you need to download and install theDev47apps client on your Windows PC.
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

5. After installing the client, you will get to see the screen like below.
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

6. Now simply select the “USB” icon just behind the Wifi in your windows client and then click on “Start”.

How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

That’s it ! If everything went right, you will get to see the camera of your Android device on your PC and you can use it as a webcam too. You can even visit Droid47apps connect page to know more about it.

How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

How To Use Your Android Phone As Webcam For Your PC – By this easy trick, you can easily turn your Android camera into a webcam. You can easily record your phone and capture every moment in your computer browser and with the help of mentioned adapter. I hope this will help you a lot of thanks for reading this. If you are facing any problem then just comment it below.

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How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

You know what? You can also use the Android handset as a wireless camera and completely transparent to the operating system. And the reason why Android is commencing in the market is because it is very accessible to many useful apps. So without wasting any time let’s proceed to the steps to use Android camera as a webcam.


Watch out for part : 2

Requirements

1. First of all install, the downloaded IP Webcam application on your Android mobile phone. Also, install the IP Camera Adapter on your PC.
2. Now open the installed IP Camera app on your phone and you will see many options like username, password, screen resolution and much more which you can adjust according to your choice. Now after doing so just click on theStart Server.
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

Note: This app uses back camera as default for better quality but you can also change camera mode to front but it will reduce your video quality.
3. Now when you click on the start server then following that you will see an IP at the bottom of mobile’s screen. Now open this IP in your mobile’s Chrome or Firefox browser. If none of this browser is installed on your Android mobile and select Browser built-in viewer option.
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

4. Now open and install the downloaded IP camera adapter on your PC. Now in the “Camera feed URL” just enter your IP and port which you got from the app you installed on your phone and remember don’t delete /video feed and then click on Autodetect.
How To Use Android Phone Camera as Webcam for PC

That’s it ! you are done. Open any video conferencing application on your PC like Skype, Facebook messenger, Yahoo messenger and you will see the video streaming on your PC from your android mobile phone.
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GTBank Quick Links Dail Code

This is what you guys have been waiting for, due our last post on How to recharge phone from your bank account. (All banks),
Now we have back with GTBank Quick Links Dail Code
1. Airtime (self) : 
*737*Amount#
E.g *737*1000#

2. Airtime (Third Party) :
*737*Amonut*Phone No.#
E.g *737*1000*08012345678#

3. Transfer to GTBank : *737*1*Amount*Nuban A/C No#
E.g *737*1*1000*0128936413#

4. Transfer to Other Bank :
*737*2*Amount*Nuban A/C No#
E.g *737*1*1000*0128936413#

5. BVN Linnking :
*737*20*BVN#
E.g *737*20*22249781139#

6. Account Opening :
*737*0#

7. Balance Check/Enquiry :
*737*6#

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How To Access Tor Network On Chrome Browser

The method is quite simple and easy and you just need to follow some simple step by step guide discussed below to proceed with this.

Steps to Access Tor Network On Chrome Browser:
1. First of all in your google chrome browser you need to download and install the extension Kronymous – Access internet via Tor Network the extension that is going to switch you to tor network.
2. Now the app will get installed in your browser and you will see the apps in the app list, simply click on the app and then click on Ok on the popup appears.

How To Access Tor Network On Chrome Browser

3. Now there simply click on Start Tor Proxy to start the services and withing few moments services will get started. 

How To Access Tor Network On Chrome Browser

4.  Now you will see the done message indicating the services have been started.

How To Access Tor Network On Chrome Browser

5. Thats it you are done, now you have Tor network with you start browsing anonymously.


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How to Upload Sharper HD Photos and Videos to Facebook from your Phone

One major proviso before we proceed: oddly enough the Facebook for Android versatile application doesn’t bolster HD video transfers (yet the Facebook portable site does). Given that Facebook’s Android application has dependably lingered behind in elements, you may very well need to abandon it and utilise the portable site. Follow the below steps to proceed.

How to Enable HD Uploads:
With only a short side trip into the settings menu, you can build the nature of your transfers in negligible minutes. While we’re utilising Facebook for iOS here, you can apply similar changes to Facebook for Android as well. Dispatch the application and select the menu symbol in the lower corner.
1. Within the menu, select “Settings“. 

How to Upload Sharper HD Photos and Videos to Facebook from your Phone

 2.  Within the resulting pop-up menu, select “Account Settings“. 

How to Upload Sharper HD Photos and Videos to Facebook from your Phone

3. Scroll down to “Videos and Photos“, then select it.
4. Within the “Videos and Photos” menu you’ll see the default state, which is “Upload HD” off for both Video and Photo Settings.
5. Toggle one or both of the settings on, per your needs. 


How to Upload Sharper HD Photos and Videos to Facebook from your Phone

6. Now when you upload new content from your mobile device, the resolution of your photos and videos will be higher and your videos won’t look like you shot them a 1990s-era webcam.

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Xiaomi Mi 5c Specs And Images Leaked, Might Feature Company’s Own SoC

After nine months with the current flagship in the smartphone market, now it is the time to think about the next generation of Xiaomi Mi5. The first candidate is the Xiaomi MI6, a novelty that may come early next year. However, there are many data that cross these images have also been identified that would simply be a renewal in the form of Xiaomi Mi 5c.
The Xiaomi Meri aka Mi 5c has been leaked on various time and is tipped to be the first smartphone from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer to sport an in-house processor. Yes, an in-house processor. But, now in fresh leaks, the smartphone has been found on the internet before its official release which simply indicating at its expected entry.
According to a poster of the device that was shared by KJuma on his Weibo account, the smartphone is priced at CNY 999 (approx Rs. 9,890). Not only that, even this smartphone will be (possibly) the cheapest smartphone in the series, which also makes it half the price of the Mi 5 which was launched in India for just Rs 24,999.

Xiaomi Mi 5c Specs And Images Leaked, Might Feature Company’s Own SoC

The real images of the Xiaomi Mi 5c were actually spotted on Weibo and they pretty much address the same tale as previous leaks. However, if we talk about the design then the device itself sports a sleek frame with coiled edges along with a fingerprint scanner which is housed under the Home Button at the front. The device will come with 2.5D glass on top of the display. Both the volume and power buttons are housed on the right edge along with the camera and flash which were housed at the back on the top right edge of the device.

Xiaomi Mi 5c Specs And Images Leaked, Might Feature Company’s Own SoC

Now you all might be thinking ‘what about the specs ? right, Xiaomi Mi 5c is expected to come in Rose Gold, Gold, and Black colour variants. The device will be powered by a ‘4+4’ A53 architecture, with cores running at 1.4GHz octa-core processor featuring 3GB RAM, ARM Mali-T860 GPU and 64GB of onboard storage. It will also feature a 5.5-inch full-HD display with 403PPI pixel density and 12MP primary camera along with an 8MP front shooter. It is also expected that the smartphone will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which will be based on MIUI 8 out of the box, even this device will also support NFC-based payments.

Not only that as an another set of the report claims that the Xiaomi Mi 5c will have its own Pinecone SoC, as we already hinted earlier in the post. Moreover, if we talk about the launch date then it is largely expected to launch at an event in China on November 30.


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You can now safely use your iPhone behind the wheel without wires

Apple’s CarPlay software lets you safely use your iPhone behind the wheel of 170 different models of cars and trucks. But the fact that you need to use a Lightning cable to connect your handset to your vehicle in order to use the feature is a huge pain.

Apple (APPL) addressed the issue in 2015 with an update to its iOS 9 operating system that let automakers add wireless CarPlay connectivity to their vehicles. But we’re only now starting to see the first cars that use the feature.

I recently got a peek at wireless CarPlay in action in a BMW 7 Series and seriously hope it comes to more vehicles soon. Today, BMW is the only automaker rolling out CarPlay wireless connectivity, but more are expected to offer the functionality in the future. Why the year-long delay? Because building a car with new features takes a lot longer than developing a software update for a service like CarPlay.

So why should you be pumped about CarPlay using a wireless connection? Because it means you don’t have to haul around a silly Lightning cable whenever you want to use the software. Seriously, how many times have you jumped into your car only to realize that you don’t have your Lightning cable with you? Probably enough to not even want to use CarPlay anymore.

Now though, you can get into your car and your iPhone will automatically connect to your vehicle’s Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections. Tap the on-screen CarPlay icon and your infotainment system will transform into a stripped down version of your iPhone’s home screen.

Not to be left behind, Google (GOOG, GOOGL) announced back in May that its own in-car system, Android Auto, would begin rolling out wireless connectivity for vehicles with built-in Wi-Fi connections.

Outside of wireless connectivity, CarPlay will soon add the ability to directly control some of your car’s functions using Siri. No, you won’t be able to shift gears or turn off the engine, but you will be able to do things like turn on the radio, as well as change the climate control settings and defrosters. If you’ve got a car that’s a bit on the sportier side, you’ll also be able to tell Siri to do things like change the suspension settings for a stiffer ride.

Of course, before you can do any of that, automakers will have to implement Apple’s Siri kit in their vehicles, which might take awhile.

In the meantime, though, riding with your iPhone just got a lot easier.

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How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

The tip’s that I’m gonna explore will be very profitable to you, Because, you can evade bricking your android device. Moreover, the risk of losing your data will disappear. So have a look at the step by steps guide below.


1. Install Custom Recovery On Your Rooted Device

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

 Installing Custom Recovery is the first thing to do if you want to backup or install custom ROM on your rooted device. You need to go through our post How To Install Custom Recovery On Android to know how to install the custom recovery on your device.

2. Take Complete Backup Of Your Android Data

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

First of all, you need to backup all your apps in your android and for this, we suggest you Titanium Backup that will work on rooted android and give you the complete backup of all your data. Save the backup file on your SD Card.

3. Take Backup Of Your Current Rom

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

The major thing you have to do is backup your current ROM and this can be best done with the help of either using Clockworkmod or using Rom Manager Appthis app will automatically backup your Current Rom and then save the ROM Backup File In Your External SD Card.

4. Installing Custom Rom Using Rom Manager App Or Clockworkmod

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

Now after doing all the above steps proceed with installing the file of your Rom. This can be done by using the  Clockworkmod or you can do  this using the Rom Manager App which is quite safe.

5. Restore Previous Rom If Your Device Got Bricked

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

If worst hit your and your device got bricked then do not panic as you are previously ready to best handle this situation. Now you can get back to your previous ROM by opening your custom recovery Clockworkmod and Restore the backup file from your SD Card.

6. Restoring Apps And Data Using Titanium Backup

How To Safely Install Custom ROM On Rooted Android

Now while installing your custom ROM on your device will make the factory reset and all your apps will get deleted and have to restore all that using the backup file of titanium backup that you had made in the first step.

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How To Install Custom Recovery On Android

Actually the method for getting the custom recovery on many of android devices are different and that is why we are discussing the three most used method that probably install custom recovery on any of your android device. So have a look on all these methods below.

Benefits of Custom Recovery In Android:

  • With custom recovery you can easily take backup of your nandroid or say the current ROM which can be easily restored to revert back the android to that state, even if device got brick.
  • You can flash out lots of custom ROMs and many more system zip files of the updates and the patches and tweaks.

1. Method: Installing CWM recovery Using ROM Manager Tool

This is one of the most commonly used method and i also the one of the best and safe to get the Clock Work Mod recovery om your android device. So follow the below steps to proceed.

1. First of all download and install the ROM manager app in your android device.
2. Now launch the app and then tap on Recovery Setup and then select ClockworkMod Recovery under Install or Update Recovery option.
3. Now simply confirm your device and on next screen simply tap on Flash ClockworkMod Recovery.
4. Now the app will start downloading the recovery from internet and then ask you for the Superuser access simply grant the access.
How To Install Custom Recovery On Android

5. Now you need to come back to ROM Manager main screen and then tap on Reboot into Recovery option there.
6. Now the device will get boot into the Clockwork mod recovery.

2 Method: Installing TWRP recovery Using GooManager Tool

This is the another that you can use to have the custom recovery on your android. And i only prefer this method is the above method not works for you as some of the advance user like me prefer to use the CWM rather to go for TWRP. So follow the below steps.

1. Firstly download and install the app GooManager in your rooted android device.
2. Now open the GooManager app and then click on Menu button there and then tap on Install OpenRecoveryScript from the pop-up menu.
3. Now you simple need to confirm your action by following up the screen instruction.

How To Install Custom Recovery On Android

 4. Now from the list select out the right device.
5. Now the app will then start downloading an .img file of TWRP and install it on your device.
6. After the process is complete simply reboot in recovery and you will see custom Recovery being installed on your device.

3 Method: Installing Custom Recovery On MTK devices Using Mobile Uncle Tool

This is one of the cool and easy way to get the custom recovery and personally used by me many times in many of my MTK devices. So follow the steps to proceed with this method.

1. Firstly in your rooted android download and install the app Mobile Uncle Tools.
2. Now launch the app and then select install Custom Recovery.
3. Now the app will search for the img file that compatible with your device and will show you, you just need to click on the that.

How To Install Custom Recovery On Android

4. Downloading of the img file will start and when its completed simply click on it and your device will get rebooted and the custom recovery will get flashed on your device.

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The West African Examinations Council has barred two secondary schools in Imo State from registering as an examination centre or presenting their pupils as candidates in any of its examinations for a period of five years.
This is just as 28 other schools across the country have been derecognised for two years for engaging in examination malpractices.
The Head, Public Affairs of the council, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu, said this on Thursday in a telephone interview with our correspondent.
Ojijeogu, who declined to name the affected schools, added that a supervisor was assaulted in one of the Imo schools, noting that WAEC officials were “locked out for more than 30 minutes in the second school obviously to perpetrate examination malpractice.’’
Explaining the difference between derecognising a school and withdrawing the recognition given to a school, Ojijeogu said the one which had been derecognised by the council could still be used as an examination centre but without the participation of its teachers as invigilators, while a school whose recognition had been withdrawn could no longer be used as a centre nor have its teachers participate as invigilators for a period of five years.
He said, “We don’t usually name the schools because we refer to them by their centre numbers. For the derecognised schools, examination can still hold in the school but we will not use their teachers as invigilator.  There are 28 of those schools across the country and they can still reapply after two years, telling us what they have put in place to prevent a recurrence of examination malpractice.”
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New Chrome extension automatically negotiates with Comcast for rate discounts

Trim, a technology company focused on helping consumers cancel and manage subscription services, has added a bit of levity to the sometimes heated realm of interfacing with Comcast service reps. 

The company has developed an extension to the Google Chrome web browser, which serves as a bot that automatically deals with Comcast reps over the internet, seeking discounts for services. 

Trim is marketing the tool in this somewhat hilarious YouTube video, which shows the subscriber, “Brian Roberts,” typing his Comcast customer information (name, phone number, email, etc.) into the application. The bot takes it from there, initiating chat with a Comcast “analyst” named “Sukhwinder.”

“Hi. I’m trying to lower my bill,” the bot says. “I don’t want to upgrade anything or change my plan at all. I just want to get the best possible rate for my area. Can you help?”

As the video shows, users can engage in one of four classic video games as the chat slowly runs its course. (The Trim developers in the video choose Pong.)
The bot has two settings: “autopilot,” which lets you sit back and watch it negotiate for you; and manual, which lets you step in.

To its credit, Comcast has made sizable investments in improving its customer service acumen and hiring additional customer service reps.

But as yet another incident that went viral proved earlier this week, the cable company still has a long way to go before customers universally enjoy interfacing with its service personnel. 
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Mozilla updates Firefox Focus for iOS with a stripped-down private browser

Mozilla today launched a new browser for iOS. In addition to Firefox, the company now also offers Firefox Focus, a browser dedicated to user privacy that by default blocks many web trackers, including analytics, social, and advertising. You can download the new app now from Apple’s App Store.
If you’re getting a huge feeling of déjà vu, that’s because in December 2015, Mozilla launched Focus by Firefox, a content blocker for iOS. The company has now rebranded the app as Firefox Focus, and it serves two purposes. The content blocker, which can still be used with Safari, remains unchanged. The basic browser, which can be used in conjunction with Firefox for iOS, is new.
Firefox Focus is basically just an iOS web view with tracking protection. If you shut it down, or iOS shuts it down while it’s in the background, the session is lost. There’s also an erase button if you want to wipe your session sooner. But those are really the only features — there’s no history, menus, or even tabs.
Mozilla updates Firefox Focus for iOS with a stripped-down private browser

Here is Mozilla’s pitch for Firefox Focus:
We live in an age where too many users have lost trust and lack meaningful controls over their digital lives. For some users, it seems as though your web activities can follow you everywhere – across devices, across accounts. To make matters worse, the web can often feel cluttered. That’s why we are introducing Firefox Focus. For the times when you don’t want to leave a record on your phone.
Nick Nguyen, VP of product at Firefox, told VentureBeat that many iOS users still find the whole content blocker setup a little confusing. They are told to launch one app but only see the resulting experience in another app. Firefox Focus addresses this complaint in a very roundabout way.
Nguyen told us the browser started as a proof of concept, but Mozilla employees really liked the prototype, so the company decided to ship it. He described using it as “peeking into the web” because you get to load any site you want without leaving a trace.
Firefox Focus uses the same blocking list as Firefox’s Private Browsing mode on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. This list, published under the General Public Licence, is based on the tracking protection rules laid out by the anti-tracking startup Disconnect. Anyone can view that open-source blocklist over on GitHub.
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Facebook halts WhatsApp data sharing across Europe

After coming under pressure from privacy regulators across Europe, WhatsApp is temporarily reversing its decision to share user data with parent company Facebook. The Financial Times reports that the company suspended its policy last week after having already caved in to watchdogs in the UK and Germany. Facebook and WhatsApp will now work with European representatives to address concerns over the use of the data and the need to make such a feature opt-in rather than requiring users to manually remove themselves from data harvesting.

In late October, The Article 29 Working Party, which is comprised of the privacy leaders from each of the EU's 28 nations, warned WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum that it had "serious concerns" about changes to the messaging app's terms of service. Users were told that phone numbers, profile names, photos, online status and other activities would be shared with its parent company to test new features that would help them interact with businesses, such as receiving fraud notifications from a bank or news of a cancelled flight from an airline.

WhatsApp maintained that messages would be secured by end-to-end encryption and would be unreadable by Facebook and WhatsApp staff, but privacy experts continued to press the two companies. Last week, the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) -- then eight weeks into its own probe -- confirmed that Facebook had paused data collection from UK WhatsApp users. That's now expanded to users across Europe.

"We hope to continue our detailed conversations with the UK Information Commissioner's Office and other data protection officials, Facebook said in a statement shared with the Financial Times. "We remain open to working collaboratively to address their questions."
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How to Edit Music Tags on Android Phone

The method is quite simple and easy and you just need to install one app and then use it to edit music tags in your android. So follow the below steps to proceed.

Steps to to Edit Music Tags on Android:

1. Install up the app named “Automatic Tag Editor” on your Android device, you can do that by using up the Google play Store as you can find up this app on the play store.
2. After successfully installing up this app you need to open it up from where you will be able to see a traditional music player stye UI where you can also see all your music files.
How to Edit Music Tags on Android Phone

3. Now select up the music track you wish to change or add up the tags, this app will automatically show you up the best matches for the tags and you can directly apply these from there but still if you wish to edit these by your own then also you can do that simply.
How to Edit Music Tags on Android Phone

4. There is other option inside the app from where you can easily search for all those music files with no tags and then collectively work on these. This is called the Automatic Mode function of the app which is an amazing feature of this great application.
How to Edit Music Tags on Android Phone

5. With all the simple style UI and surfing through options you can easily alter or add up the tag values for your Music files through this app which could be seen next time you open these up in any music player.
And this was almost everything about the method throuigh which you can easily edit, change or rewrite the tags of Mp3 or the Music files using up the Android device. You have got up the method now and after reading about it you also might have got that the method isn’t very much complicated and can be applied within minutes. There is only thing you are left with now, that is try this method!
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