Wednesday, 11 November 2015
» Load N1000 on your Glo Sim and dial *777#, then follow the prompt to choose your selection.
» Valid for 30 days
This should be a better alternative to iPhone/iPad, Symbian and Windows phone users. Also good for Android phone users who find it tough to use the available tweak or change their imei. The plan can be used any time, day and night and it works on any devices.
Airtel new favorable weekend package, subscription code will be updated for you guys before this coming Friday, be prepared to enjoy your weekend with Airtel 1GB for just N100!
Tuesday, 27 October 2015
I wonder why MTN and Infinixmobile keep deceiving us by suspending the activation of 1GB for 500. It was boldy written on the Infinix Hot2 pack "Get 1GB for 500, offer valid for 12 months". anyway, i can't blame them much. Cos they're scared the we the Techlivers might end up destroying their server by IMEI tweaking
Now it is time to flex with another MTN cheap data/calls offer, you can now get 500MB for N500, 1GB for N1000 and 2GB for N1,500. This doesn't involve third party reseller, you are to load the recharge card on your own phone and dail some simple codes and your MB/GB would be activated instantly
Use the following codes below to subscribe:
» Dial *567*3*1*2*1# for 2GB at N1500/month
» Dial *567*3*2*2*1# for 1GB at N1000/month
» Dial *567*3*3*2*1# for 500MB at N500/month
To Check Your Data Balance
» Dial *567*3*1*2*3# for 2GB
» Dial *567*3*2*2*3# for 1GB
» Dial *567*3*3*2*3# for 500MB
MTN to MTN Calls Offer
» Dial *567*3*4# for MTN calls for N250/week
» Dial *567*3*5# for MTN calls for N200/week
» Dial *567*3*6# for MTN calls for N100/week
» Dial *567*3*7# for MTN calls for N75/week
» Dial *567*3*8# for MTN calls for N50/week
Note that the MTN to MTN calls offer is for selected MTN SIMs, not work for all MTN SIM.
ENJOY IT WHILE IT LAST.
SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY
TECHLIVERS MUST ENJOY BENEFITS FOR FREE
Saturday, 3 October 2015
To use Tweakware with Nigeria Etisalat Network on Android Devices
1. I assumed that we all have active Etisalat SocialMe, Smart or Chatpak. If not, check out this #link for the codes to subscribe.
2. Now, download Tweakware for Android device from here,
3. Launch the Tweakware and click Option, then Settings as it's show in the screenshot below
Enjoy it while it last
Friday, 25 September 2015
Firstly, you need to deactivate any active Chatpack on your etisalat SIM by dialing *343*5*0#
Then load N100 on your etisalat SIM and dial *200*3*3*2*1*1# (Ignore this if you have active Daily Etisalat Smartpak)
Most of us are already familiar with this tweak. It's unlimited and as far as you do not load on that sim again, the plan will never expire.
Now the OpenVPN Configurations
1. Open Play Store on your phone and Search for OpenVPN Connect or Download it here
2. Download new OpenVPN Profile Settings here to your memory card.
3. Open your OpenVPN Connect, click on Options or Menu, you will see Import, click import, then import from SD card
4. Locate the Setting.ovpn that you downloaded and Select it
OpenVPN Connection Details
NB: STILL CONNECT WITH THE SAME APN FOR SS & PISPHON
After you input the username and password, click on Save and Connect
When it connected, just minimize and start your surfing for free + unlimited downloading!
Sunday, 20 September 2015
In 1970, it cost 70 cents to make a three-minute long-distance call in the United States—that’s the equivalent of $4.31 in today’s dollars. Today, however, long-distance calling barely exists. Not technically, and not culturally.
Area codes, now linked to cellphones, routinely represent geographic regions in which a person no longer lives. And telephone calls themselves are increasingly conducted via Internet connections—if at all—with voices transmitted over data networks, rather than along telephone lines.
These days, long-distance calling comes up as one of those little emblems of the way things were—surreal as looking back at a $730 CD player in 1982, or a $1,500 camcorder in 1990. Wait long enough, and the price you pay for various technological marvels will fall. So it follows that Internet connections and mobile data plans will be far cheaper in the future, just the way long-distance prices evaporated. But is that right?
“It's a very natural question to ask, but the metaphor fails for a number of reasons,” said Shane Greenstein, a professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School. “First, in telephony, the Federal Communications Commission of the United States had direct regulatory authority over long-distance prices. There is nothing equivalent for the Internet today for long-distance data transmission [in the United States].”
In the mid-20th century, the FCC set the price of long-distance calls, which in turn helped subsidize cheaper service for local phone lines. But that eventually changed. “It was a couple things that made the price of long distance go down,” said Gerald Faulhaber, a professor emeritus at Wharton who served as the FCC’s chief economist in the early 2000s. “It was bringing competition to long distance. But the other part of it was we began to stop the concept of regulating long-distance prices. We said, ‘Okay, you can charge what you want.’ What happened then was, in response to competition, long-distance rates went down.” What people sometimes forget, though, is that as long-distance prices fell, the price for local calls went up. (Then, of course, people abandoned landlines for cellphones, only complicating the economic picture—a paradigm shift the FCC didn’t fully grasp when it ditched long-distance regulation.)
Though higher long-distance prices were created through a mix of federal regulation and market dominance by a few companies, there really was a cost for those firms that first set out to crisscross the country with telephone lines. And likewise, Internet infrastructure requires plenty of capital to build, but once it’s in place, several companies actually deliver webpages.
Content delivery networks—third-party systems of local servers that deliver the web to people in close geographic proximity to those servers—have already mitigated much of the cost burden associated with carrying information across great distances. “You can put most, not all, but a substantial majority of content into these mirror servers and eliminate the need for the transmission of long-distance data,” Greenstein told me. For example, Akamai, one of the best-known content delivery networks, is responsible for delivering up to 30 percent of the web’s overall traffic, Reuters reported.
Here’s where things get complicated, though: At the same time as it’s become technologically easier to access data, demand is spiking. And even though the United States is known for having relatively little competition among Internet Service Providers—in many cities, consumers are forced choose between one or two unpopular companies like Comcast or Time Warner—the uptick in mobile wireless access may represent an emerging field of competitors. But that doesn’t mean prices are going to fall sometime soon.
“Long distance went away in part because it was alway as political construct,” Scott Wallsten, an economist and the vice president for research at the Technology Policy Institute. “Within a state line versus across a state line: that part of Internet pricing doesn’t exist, so to that extent, there isn’t that weird regulatory obstacle to overcome. But then: What is an equilibrium price? It’s really hard to say because every year we do more online, which means we’re willing to pay more.”
Wireless, it must be pointed out, has limitations of its own. There’s only so much wireless spectrum availability out there—which is part of why wireless carriers try to offload their consumers back onto wifi networks. The spectrum scarcity is also how the FCC, even without regulating Internet prices the way it regulated long-distance telephony, continues to politicize the cost of a connection.
“There is no question at all that we have been very laggard in getting new spectrum into the market for wireless companies," Faulhaber, the former FCC economist, told me. “Physics only lets us get so far. The issue is we need more spectrum and that’s a technological issue. The political issue is: It’s the FCC that allocates it... It just moves so damn slowly. Most people don’t understand it very well, so politicians have very little interest in it.”
Limited competition, infrastructure that’s costly to build, growing demand for services, and only a sliver of spectrum availability left: For all of these reasons, the comparison to long-distance rate drops just doesn’t work.
Instead, we might ask: How are we already doing all of the things we do online for so relatively little? (“People will think you’re crazy if you put it that way,” Wallsten acknowledged.)
Greenstein says it helps to take even a bigger step backward: “What is a price? This is really the essence of what you’re asking. Just think about it for a minute: The price to a user of getting a video has defacto declined... But expenditure on Internet access is going up. It's kind of amazing, but then the question that makes it really hard is, well, what did you used to spend that money on? Is it effectively a price decline after all? From a consumer price index standpoint, that is actually a really hard question to answer.”
Saturday, 19 September 2015
This post would teach you a very easy and simple method to get your android device rooted with the superuser right access
1. Download Root Master One click Root here
2. Install the application to your device
3. Click on the root button, wait for it to finish
4. Restart your device
Congratulations you have successfully rooted your device with the superuser permission
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Friday, 18 September 2015
1. You can encounter following errors while using Windows Store Apps:
- This app wasn’t installed – view details.
- Something happened and this app couldn’t be installed. Please try again. Error code: 0x8024401c
- Your purchase couldn’t be completed. Something happened and your purchase can’t be completed.
- Something happened and this app couldn’t be installed. Please try again. Error code: 0x8024401c
- Your network proxy doesn’t work with the Windows Store. Contact your system administrator for more information.
2. Also, Windows Update may not check for updates or download updates, and you receive error code 8024401C or the following error message:
- There was a problem checking for updates.
4. Apps that are included with Windows 8 may indicate that you are not connected to the Internet. If you installed other apps from the Windows Store while you were connected to a different network, those apps may also indicate that you are not connected to the Internet. The apps may display one of the following error messages:
- There was a problem signing you in.
- You are not connected to the Internet.
Use authenticated proxy servers in Windows 81. Press Windows Key + R combination and put inetcpl.cpl and hit Enter to open Internet Properties.
Click OK. Close the Internet Properties settings window, thus the fix for downloading / installing Windows Apps is done so far.
Now, run Netsh winhttp import proxy source=ie command in the administrative Command Prompt to export the settings you’ve configured, to work for Windows Update as well.
Reboot the machine when you’re done to make changes effective.
This fix is applicable to Windows 8-10, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012 Standard & Windows Server 2012 Datacenter.
- Your Android device must be rooted, because the process involved Root Access
- TTF Font - Download this NotoColorEmoji.zip. It contains the TTF font you’ll be needing.
- ES File Explorer - download it here
1. Install the ES File Explorer that you downloaded.
2. Open ES File Explorer and go to the download location where you have NotoColorEmoji.zip. Extract the content, NotoColorEmoji.ttf 4. Go to Device > system > fonts and rename NotoColorEmoji.ttf to NotoColorEmoji_OLD.ttf. This will allow you to easily revert to the default color Emoji font if anything goes wrong.
3. Now copy the downloaded NotoColorEmoji.ttf you extracted earlier to Device => system => fonts.
4. To make this work, you need to change the properties and edit the permissions as shown below:
Awesome right? don;t forget to spread the good news!
Monday, 14 September 2015
=> For 1GB, load your Glo sim with N1,000 and dial *127*53# to subscribe
=> For 2.5GB, load your Glo sim with N2,000 and dial *127*54# to subscribe
=> For 4.5GB, load your Glo sim with N2,500 and dial *127*58# to subscribe
=> To subscribe for any other plan, simply apply its code from the above screenshot.
This should be a better option for iPhone, Windows phone, Symbian phone etc. and some Android phone users who are not yet succeeded in tweaking their phone IMEI.
The choice is yours, choose the one that suite your pocket.
Irrespective of your status or phone type that you are using, you can now send instant money transfers, pay for your bills or airtime top up directly from your mobile phone by simply dialing the specified USSD ShortCode (Firstbank and GTBank Customers only). I know some people have been using it for a while, but I'm sure that it will still be a benefit for some fans who are not yet aware of it.
GTBank Transfer to GT Accounts
» Dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account No# e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.
» Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate the transaction.
Wait for the transaction to be completed.
GTBank Transfer to Other Banks
For transfers to beneficiaries in other Bank’s:
» Dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account No# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.
» Select recipient's bank (FBN, Access, Zenith, UBA & DBN)
» Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard.
» Wait for the transaction to be completed.
» You will receive debit alert once the transfer is successful.
NOTE: GTBank transfer charges are applied. The account name of recipient will be displayed for you before you enter the last four digits of your debit card. This lets you verify that you're not sending money to a wrong account.
If you're using the same phone number on your Savings and Current Account, your current account will be debited.
Also note: The *737* Transfer service is only available to GTBank customers via their mobile phone numbers registered with the Bank and has a minimum transfer limit of N1,000 and a daily transfer limit of N20,000.
» To access the services, you need to first dial *894#
» To transfer money, simply dial *894# and select 1; dial *894# and select 2 to withdraw money, dial *894# and select 3 to make purchase; dial *894# and select 4 to pay bills; dial *894# and select 5 to buy airtime; and dial *894# and select 7 to manage account.
Note: With this FirstBank platform, you can transfer money, buy airtime and pay for your DSTV or PHCN bills.
Have you tried any this? Is it working for you?
IMEI to Use: 359730061651100
Method to Follow
» Use imei analyzer to get a valid imei (Download it from Play Store here )
» Text the imei you analyzed to 232, add S to the number like this S359730061651101 and send it to 232 After sending the message
» You will receive a message from 232 saying that “welcome to the Smart phone bla bla bla….."
» After that, send Join to 141
» Dial *123*133# to check your data balance.
Note: If you received a message telling you; Dear customer, you can only receive the Smart SIM Offer once. Understand that the imei you tried has already been used by someone, what you need is to keep trying luck with another imei.
Best of luck.
Thursday, 3 September 2015
Sunday, 30 August 2015
I would be very brief here
Transfer 50 or 30 on your MTN sim
For those who are eligible before it is 30 and otherwise 50
1. Dail *142#
2. You would see a prompt with make mtn to mtn free calls for 50
3. Reply with 1
4. You might get an error message like "Transaction failed, please try again"
5. You would get a confirmation message 4rm MTN instantly
NB:- The airtime last 7days
Share with family and friends and don't 4get to subscribe. Thank you
Thursday, 27 August 2015
Grab the Infinix Hot 2 at Jumia Online Store here
For those who can sacrifice N500 for MTN 1GB, simply tweak your Smartphone IMEI with the Infinix Hot2 IMEI below.
» Tweak your Android IMEI with: 359869060006361
» Remember to change the last 2 or 3 digits to your choice.
» After succeeding in tweaking IMEI, recharge your MTN SIM with N500, and text A1 to 131
» MTN 1GB will be smile to you then.
Hope this makes sense than buying 1GB with N1, 200 and you can continuously get 1GB on that same MTN SIM with N500 for 12 months.
Wednesday, 19 August 2015
Sunday, 9 August 2015
Power bank serve as an ‘extra battery’ or external
charger for your phone or other electronic devices.
2) Where is power bank made from?
Majority of the power banks in the market are actually
made in China.
3) How do I charge the power bank?
You can charge your power bank via the charger that
came with your phone, computer usb port or using other
4) How long do I need to charge the power bank?
It’s depending on the REAL CAPACITY of the power
bank. The larger REAL CAPACITY, the longer charging
time may required. Different charging methods may result
different charging time as well. Charging with the
original charger will be faster than charging with
computer usb port.
5) Why sometime I need longer time to charge the same
Even though using the same charging method, the
charging time may be differ due to
environment,temperature, power flow and etc
6) What is mAh?
mAh mean milli Ampere Hour, the capacity of the
power bank is measure with mAh
7) A 12000mAh REAL CAPACITY power bank, able
to charge a 1500mAh capacity phone for 8 times full?
This is a common mistake make by most of the people.
For rough calculation of the total charge time, kindly use
REAL CAPACITY * conversion rate * phone battery
health / phone capacity = total charge times
EXAMPLE: 12000 x 0.8 x 0.8 / 1500 = 5.12 charge
times (0.5-1 times plus minus)
What’s conversation rate?
Conversation rate is the remaining percentage of the
battery after the battery lost in heat or PCB operation.
9) What’s phone battery health?
In simple, it’s mean how‘healthy’ your phone battery is.
Phone battery storage capacity will be lower and lower.
That’s also the reason why our phone can last longer
when it’s newly bought than after 3-6 months we used
it. Different mobile phone models also will affect the
calculation as some phone drain battery faster than the
10) What’s PCB?
PCB means Printed Circuit Board,its control all the
operation flow inside the power bank. A good quality
PCB will allow the power bank to charge more and
have better durability
11) What’s 18650 power bank and what’s Li-Polymer
The common type will be 18650 and a better type will
12) What’s the different between 18650 and Li-Polymer?
– 18650 size and dimension are fix. Li-Polymer size
and dimension are flexible.
– 18650 produce more heat. Li-Polymer are much more
– 18650 are cheaper. Li-Polymer are more expensive
– 18650 have higher self discharge rate.Li-Polymer have
a very low self discharge rate
– 18650 battery durability will drop faster. Li-Polymer
battery capacity are more durable
13) What’s the common mAh use in 18650?
Common mAh use in 18650 is around 1300mAh to
14) What’s the common REAL CAPACITY in 18650
power bank in the market?
– Power bank using 1pcs 18650 is 1200mAh –
– Power bank using 2pcs 18650 is 2500mAh –
– Power bank using 3pcs 18650 is 3750mAh –
– Power bank using 4pcs 18650 is 5200mAh –
– Power bank using 5pcs 18650 is 6500mAh –
– Power bank using 6pcs 18650 is 7800mAh –
– Power bank using 7pcs 18650 (no info)
– Power bank using 8pcs 18650 is 10400mAh –
15) Is there any power bank use higher than 2200mAh
Yes. There are, but it’s not common due to the
16) What’s the different between branded power bank
and generic power bank?
Branded power bank mostly sell in REAL CAPACITY.
Generic power bank mostly sell in MARKING
CAPACITY. That’s the reason why you will never see
any branded power bank (standard size) have anything
as high as 30000mAh – 50000mAh. That’s also the
reason why a good 12000-13000mAh power bank are
able to charge more or about the same like the market
30000-50000mAh power bank
17) Is it true branded power bank won’t explode and
generic power bank will explode?
Anything to do with battery, will have chance to explode.
No matter it’s branded power bank or generic power
bank.But chances for both branded and generic power
bank to explode are near to 0%.If power bank is easy
to explode, everyone will use power bank in war instead
- Download GetApp Market here
- Install Get Apk on your device
» Search for your desired paid software that you have been dreaming to get
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been expecting this.
These days we all love our data and information stored on our
mobiles, and to make our mobile and info and images more
secure than anything, we set a PIN or Pattern lock on our
Have you ever thought of setting a Pattern lock on your PC’s
and laptops and make them more secure. Haven’t you been bored
by your old password screen on your PC. Let’s try something
different and unique today.
Today I’ll teach you how to set a Pattern Lock on your Laptops
and PC’s easily. Follow the steps below to do so:
Step 1) Click here to download Maze lock for Windows.Step 2) Open the downloaded EXE file and you will see a new
window with a pattern of Z drawn by default. You can either
use this pattern or click on Reset Pattern to draw a new
Step 3) Now make your preferred pattern and click on OK, then
re-enter the same pattern and then save the backup of that
pattern lock in case you forget your pattern.
Step 4) Now click on General tab and click on Auto-Lock at
Windows startup and turn that on. You can also tweak settings
according to your needs.
Step 5) You can also change the background of your Maze lock
screen to make it look more cool. Just click on the Background
tab and browse to the location of the image and press OK.
You successfully secured your PC from others by setting up a
secure Pattern Lock. Hope you enjoyed this article. Don’t forget
to share this amazing trick with your friends.
If you’re looking for a low-end Android smartphone, there are great devices you can get with about ₦15,000, some are even being sold for less than ₦10,000. I think it’s important to emphasize that devices within this price range may not run the latest Android OS version, play the latest release of FIFA or respond to touch as smoothly as their high-end counterparts but a lot of them offer real value despite being very cheap.
Note that the prices listed in this article are subject to change on the merchant websites we link to but at the moment, these are the current prices the devices are being sold.
Here is a list of the top 10 cheapest smartphones you can get in the Nigerian market (in no particular order).
1. Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 (₦14,000)
Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 S7262 is a dual SIM smartphone with a 4″ TFT screen and runs Android 4.1 Jellybean. It has a single-core 1GHz A5 processor, 512 RAM and 4Gb internal storage. Unfortunately, this particular version of Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 doesn’t support 3G, only EDGE. It has a 2MP rear camera with video recording capability.
2. Tecno P5 (₦14,500)
This is a better choice and offers more features than the first device mentioned. Tecno P5 features a 4-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, 512MB RAM and 4GB internal memory. This device sports a 5MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary camera. It boasts of a 1800mAh battery with 8.5 hours talk time and standby time up to 288 hours. It supports 3G and is also a dual-SIM (mini) device and has a 1.0GHz dual core processor.
3. Lenovo A369i (₦14,300)
Lenovo A369i is yet another affordable Android 4.2 Jellybean device. It has a 4GB ROM, 512 random access memory and a 1.3 GHz dual-core processor. This device has a 2MP camera at the back and it features a 4″ display. It’s 3G enabled and has a 1500 mAh battery with standby time up to 288 hours and talk-time up to 8 hours.
4. Infinix Diamond X402 (₦12,000)
With a 5MP rear camera and a 0.3MP front-facing camera, this device with a 4″ display looks beautifully designed It runs Android 4.1 Jellybean, features a 1GHz guad-core processor, a 4GB ROM and a 512MB RAM. It supports 3G and has a 1600mAh battery.
5. Opsson L5 (₦15,000)
Opsson L5 is also a 4″ device that runs Android 4.2.2 Jellybean. It has a 4GB Internal Memory, a 512MB RAM, a 5MP primary camera and another 0.3MP front-facing camera. It has a dual-core processor, a 1600mAh battery and the smartphone is 3G enabled.
6. Gionee P2 (₦13,000)
Gionee P2 is another low budget, dual-SIM, 3G Android device. It features a 4″ display and has a 1700mAh battery. It also has dual cameras: a front facing 0.3MP camera and a 5MP primary camera.It comes with FM radio and digital compass.
7. Tecno H5 (₦12,500)
Android 4.2 OS (Jelly Bean)
1.3GHz Dual-Core Processor
4.0” Capacitive Touchscreen
2.0MP Back Camera
Android Devices Sold Below ₦10,000
If you intend to spend even less, there are still Android smartphones out there you can purchase for only ten thousand naira.
8. MTN Sma@rt S720i (₦9,999)
Operating System: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
Camera Specs: 2 MegaPixels
Screen: 4 Inch WVGA RGB
Memory: 512MB RAM, expandable to 32GB
CPU Speed: 1.3 GHz
You can purchase for 9,999 naira on Jumia.
9. iMose Ankara Q2 (₦9,999)
If you’re transitioning from Blackberry to Android and still love physical Qwerty keyboard, you should like this ultra-cheap device. Imose Ankara Q2 is a sleek looking dual sim Android Smart Phone comes with a 3.5 inch touch capacitive touchscreen and a QWERTY keypad. It has a 3.5MP camera.
10. Gionee Pioneer P1 (₦10,000)
Gionee Pioneer P1 is only a 3.5 inch device but it’s packed with some impressive specifications considering the price. It runs Android 2.3 Ginger Bread, has a 512 MB internal Storage, a 256MB RAM, a 3.5 Inch HVGA multi-touch screen and it sports a 1 GHz Cortex A9 Processor. The device supports 3G, has dual camera (2MP & 0.3MP) and supports dual SIM.
Over to you
Did you think we missed a device that should be on this list? A cheap smartphone you’ve used probably? We would like to hear from you.
Here is another Etisalat ChatPak, with just N50, you can now enjoy surfing, unlimited downloading and online streaming using the Etisalat SIM. The subscription designed to work with Facebook, Whatsapp, BBM, We chat and other messengers and it suppose to last for 24hrs, but with the help of SimpleServer or Psisphon, the plan is working flawlessly with all types of browsing application and if your Sim gets luck like mine, it won't require to renew before it will continue blazing 247.
» Now, recharge or transfer N50 to your etisalat SIM.
» Dial *200*3*3*1*1# to subscribe.
You should get the welcome message to Etisalat Chatpack. And you will also be given 10MB data for 24 hours. After you exhaust that 10mb. You will get messages that you have used up the data, just ignore such message and continue your surfing.
FOR PC AND ANDROID USER CHECK THIS ARTICLE FOR MORE:
If your Smartpak refused to expire after 7days like mine, let us hear from you.
Stay Glued for more updates. Don't forget to comment here and remember to hit Share/Like buttons for the benefit of others
Saturday, 8 August 2015
For Blackberry Device only
For Other Devices
Friday, 24 July 2015
Etisalat SmartPak,and Mtn BBLITED and BIS working On PC and Android
which you are using on your Android device via SimpleServer or Psiphon.
Today, I'm going to show you two different app: AutoProxy and ProxyDroid. Each of them can be use to power up all your Android favorite browsing apps via SimpleServer and Psiphon vpn.
Your Android device must be rooted before you can enjoying AutoProxy or ProxyDroid, because both of them will require root access from your phone before they can function. Feel free to check round my blog for your phone compatible rooting instruction, various rooting methods has published for different Android device
SimpleServer or Psiphon Configuration Settings for AutoProxy=> First of all, download AutoProxy.apk here.
=> Install and launch the AutoProxy you downloaded and tap on the Plus Sign (+) at the top right corner of the App interface, it will reveal the default settings for the Proxy Host, Proxy Port and Host type.
=> Tap on the Proxy Host and enter this IP: 127.0.0.1 then press OK.
=> Tap on the Proxy Port and enter PORT: 8080 then press OK.
=> Now tap the Proxy Type and select HTTP.
=> Go back to the AutoProxy homepage and you will see the HTTP icon as the only icon located at the top left corner of the white page homepage.
=> To connect the AutoProxy, you will need to connect your SimpleServer or Psiphon first. So start up your SimpleServer or Psiphon and then come back and connect your AutoProxy app from the homepage.
Your entire Android app will now be powered to access the internet via SimpleServer or Psiphon!
SimpleServer or Psiphon Configuration Settings for ProxyDroid.
=> First of all, download ProxyDroid.apk here.
=> Launch your ProxyDroid after you must have downloaded it to your phone.
=> Then enter these IP in the Proxy Host 127.0.0.1 and then for Port, enter 8080
=> Now, look up and Switch ON the ProxyDroid, but remember to connect your SimpleServer or Psiphon first, then come back to ProxyDroid and tap on Switch OFF to switch it ON and you can now minimize it.
=> Launch any application on your Android device and it should connect perfectly.
You are also free to access Google Play Store with any of these applications via SimpleServer or Psiphon.
Note: You are required to choose any one you like out of the both apps, don't use the both app at the same time.
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Thursday, 23 July 2015
Don't be scared when you subscribe to it and you received a message "Welcome to MTN Blackberry BBLITED. You have 10MB inclusive data bundle". Just ignore that message and continue surfing unlimited.
To Use MTN BBLITED ON Android And PC
» Make sure you have at least N70 airtime on your MTN SIM.
» Text BBLITED to 21600
» Wait for the activation message.
As I said earlier, you’ll receive a message welcoming you to MTN Blackberry BBLITED and it will also tell you that you have 10MB. Just ignore that message.
Connect and open your SimpleServer app with web.blackberry.com no change. Same thing goes for Android and PC users.
When browsing, you will also receive a message that "Yello! You have used up your BB10 data plan" Ignore that message too, and continue with your work.
Note: BB10 Lite monthly and weekly plan are also working flawlessly on Android devices and PC with the help of SimpleServer and the setting above.
For BB10 Lite Monthly Plan: Text BBLITEM to 21600, cost N1000
Weekly: Text BBLITEW to 21600, cost N350
Start surfing and enjoy your usual unlimited downloading/Streaming!
Don't be scared when you subscribe to it and you received a message "Welcome to MTN Blackberry BBMIDID. You have 15MB inclusive data bundle". Just ignore that message and continue surfing unlimited.
To Use MTN BBMIDID ON Android And PC
» Load your MTN sim with N100
» Text BBMIDID to 21600
As I said earlier, you’ll receive a message welcoming you to MTN Blackberry BBMIDID and it will also tell you that you have 15MB. Just ignore that message.
Connect and open your SimpleServer app with web.blackberry.com no change. Same thing goes for Android and PC users.
When browsing, you will also receive a message that "Yello! You have used up your BB10 data plan" Ignore that message too, and continue with your work.
Start surfing and enjoy your usual unlimited downloading! The plan will last for 24hrs.
Share ‘n Sell is an MTN service you can use to send credit from your MTN account to other MTN customers’ account. With Share ‘n Sell, you can keep your family and friends topped up and connected! In addition, transferring credit using Share ‘n Sell is FREE.
To make sure that nobody uses your phone to transfer credit without your permission, we have added a PIN feature. Before you can transfer credit, you have to change the default PIN which is 0000.You can change the default PIN by sending a text message with default PIN New PIN New PIN to 777. For example, to change the default PIN, send an SMS with ‘0000 1234 1234’ to 777.
With Share ‘n Sell, you can transfer different amounts of credit, from a minimum amount of NGN50.00 to a maximum amount of NGN5, 000.00 on each transaction. You can also transfer up to a total amount of NGN10, 000.00 every day! So you can choose to become a credit vendor using Share 'n Sell!!!
Who can use Share 'n' Sell
Share 'n Sell can be used by all new and existing prepaid and postpaid customers on the MTN network.
Please Note that:
- You can only transfer credit in Naira amounts and not in kobo i.e. you can transfer NGN71.00 but not NGN71.99.
- If your MTN prepaid account does not have enough credit to cover the amount you have requested to transfer, the transaction will NOT be completed and you will receive an error message.
- If you are a postpaid customer, you will only be able to transfer credit when your account is in positive. You will NOT be able to transfer credit when your account is in negative (-). For example, if your account balance is N-300.00. You will not be able to use Share ‘n Sell. On the other hand, if your account balance is N1, 000.00, you will be able to transfer credit up to the available N1000.00 in your account.
- All SMS and USSD for transferring credit using Share ‘n Sell are free of charge – only the amount that you want to transfer is deducted from your account.
You can change your PIN at anytime by sending an SMS with default PIN New PIN New PIN to 777. For example, send an SMS with '0000 1234 1234' to 777.
You can also change your PIN by dialing *601*default PIN*New PIN* New PIN# on your phone and then click on send/press ok. For example, dial *601*0000*1234*1234# and then send/ok
Immediately you change your PIN using any of the options above, you will receive an SMS informing you that your PIN was changed successfully.
How to Transfer Credit using SMS
You can transfer credit from your phone to another MTN customer’s phone at anytime by sending an SMS with Transfer, Recipient’s Number, Amount and PIN to 777. For example, you can send an SMS with ‘Transfer 08031234567 1500 1234’ to 777.
Upon sending this message, you will receive an SMS asking you to confirm that you want to make the transfer by sending an SMS with 'YES' to 777
You can also transfer credit from your phone to another MTN customer’s phone by dialing *600*Recipient’s Number*Amount*PIN# on your phone and then click on send/press ok. For example dial*600*08031234567*1500*1234# and then send/ok.
When the transfer has been completed, you will receive a message informing you that the transfer was successful.
Benefits of Share ‘n Sell
- You can transfer credit from your phone to other MTN accounts in a simple and easy manner.
- Your credit transfer done with Share ‘n Sell is completed immediately you confirm the transfer by sending an SMS with YES to 777.
- You can transfer between NGN50.00 – NGN5,000.00 in a single transaction
- You can transfer up to NGN10, 000 .00 from your phone to either a single or multiple MTN accounts every day.
- Your credit transfers are secure as your PIN is required before any transfer can be completed.
- Share ‘n Sell is available to all new and existing prepaid and postpaid customers.
- All transfer request sent via Share ‘n Sell is free to both sender and receiver.
- There is no limit to the maximum number of transactions per day.
Wednesday, 22 July 2015
Let me quickly introduce another powerful VPN to you which can be used to bypass like SimpleServer. It is popularly known as Psiphon.
Psiphon is a circumvention tool from Psiphon Inc. that utilizes VPN, SSH and HTTP Proxy technology to provide you with uncensored access to Internet content. Psiphon is currently working fine with Nigeria Etisalat and MTN Network.
To use Psiphon VPN with Nigeria Etisalat Network on Android Devices
=> Subscribe to the weekly Etisalat Chat park, which is one of Etisalat Smartpak packages that goes for N150 by dial *343*5*6# or
=> Subscribe to Etisalat monthly Socialme that goes for N200 by dial *343 *6 *11#
Note: For Socialme package, you must be on Easy Cliq plan. If you are not on Easy Cliq before dail *244 *1# to migrate to Easy Cliq before you subscribe for Socialme package of N200.
Now the Psiphon Configurations
» Install it on your Android Device
» APN: etisalat
» Save And Activate it as your default settings.
» Installing the Psiphon, launch it and set it up as follows;
» Scroll down to Proxy Server and input mobile.facebook.com
» under Real Proxy Server input 188.8.131.52and 8080 for Real Proxy Port
» Then scroll down to the bottom and click Save
» Choose the Option Menu
» Under this Option menu, you will see Select Region, tap and select USA
» Still on the More Option, select Use the following settings
» Then scroll down to Host Addressand input 184.108.40.206 and 8080 for Port
» Go back now to the main page of the Psiphon and tap the start button below, you will get a warning message, tick the box there and Ok Psiphon to run, then wait for it to connect, it will connect and after that just minimize and fire up any browser and any other apps.
Enjoy it while it last. Hope this information helps? If it works for you, don't forget to comment here and remember to hit Share/Like buttons for the benefit of others