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GB WhatsApp V5.90 Latest Version With Recall Features

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GB WhatsApp V5.90 Latest Version With Recall Features 

GB WhatsApp has just released a new update and as usual, it's comes with a lot of new features and improvements which you will definitely like.

Features of GBWhatsapp
* The possibility of hiding to appear
* privacy options
* the possibility to distinguish between collective messages and regular
* Possibility to know who has visited your profile or become connected
* possibility of a lock for Watts in August password

* the possibility of sending video size 30 MB instead of 16 MB
* the possibility of sending an audio clip size up for 100 MB instead of 16 MB
* the possibility of sending 90 image at once without 10
* possibility of a case of the number of dependent characters 250 instead of 139 symbols
* the possibility of pressure on the links without storing the message sender or the number of the owner
* counter statistics for groups
* View the media without loading
* the possibility to hide the name and the date when copying two or more
* ability to copy status
* the possibility of changing the program format, and change the program icon and notices
* the possibility of sending images with high accuracy
* possibility to stop receiving calls from anyone you want to, or for everyone
* the ability to display messages anybody group is separately from the rest of the members Messages
* the program sends you an alert if your friend has changed his own image

* and many more feature

What's New in 5.80 + GBWhatsApp & WhatsApp?

  • New Base Updated to 2.17.296 (PlayStore)
  • ِEnable Recall feature(Now you can delete sent messages) (Select any message - open options and click recall)
  • Exclusive Added Dialer FAB on Calls Tab using which You can send Msg and Call to unsaved Nos. (Go to Calls Tab and Press the FAB for Keypad)
  • Super Exclusive Custom Media Auto-Download ( Now you can choose for which particular contact or group you want auto download)
  • Exclusive Custom Privacy for Hide View Status.
  • Exclusively Back Now You can Play Videos in your Favourite external app (MX or any other) (Mod 6.19)
  • Added Option to send Original Images(5.5)
  • Unlocked Album Feature when send more than 3 Images.
  • Now you can upload Text Status
  • Added option for GIF Tenor/Giphy (Mod 6.18)
  • Updated Message Scheduler - Now you can Edit Scheduled Messages.
  • Added Emoji Search.
  • Added Option to Disable Message Counter (Mod 6.17)
  • Fixed Auto-Backup chats at 2am
  • Now you can Share apk directly through file manager and select WhatsApp
  • Turkish Language Support
  • Updated Spainish & Italian Translation
  • Fixed Message Scheduler on KitKat Phones.
  • Fixed Emoji Icon Color.
  • Fixed WhatsApp.Log
  • Other Fixes


Download GB WhatsApp+ Version 5.90 (To Run Three Accounts)
Download GB WhatsApp3 Version 5.90 (To Run Four Accounts)

Note: You can run all three GB WhatsApp versions together with your stock WhatsApp without any issue.

vivo X20A on Geekbench: Snapdragon 660 SoC and 4GB RAM

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vivo X20A on Geekbench: Snapdragon 660 SoC and 4GB RAM

The vivo X20A has been spotted in a benchmark database. The device has surfaced on Geekbench, with the listing revealing a few key specifications including Snapdragon 660 SoC and 4GB RAM.
The listing also reveals the handset runs Android Nougat (version 7.1.1) out of the box.

The vivo X20A has been spotted in a benchmark database. The device has surfaced on Geekbench, with the listing revealing a few key specifications including Snapdragon 660 SoC and 4GB RAM.
The listing also reveals the handset runs Android Nougat (version 7.1.1) out of the box.

As you might already know, there's a standard vivo X20 as well. It is rumored to be powered by the same SOC, but will come with 6GB RAM. Display is 5.8-inch with 1080x2160px resolution, while camera department is handled by 24MP rear and front shooters. Battery capacity is said to be 3,500mAh.

Both X20 and X20A have been certified by TENAA. The Chinese company has officially confirmed that the X20 will be announced on September 21 and the X20A should join it on stage.

New image of upcoming Gionee M7 leaks

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New image of upcoming Gionee M7 leaks

An image of the upcoming Gionee M7 smartphone has leaked, giving us a better idea of its design. The focuses on the back of the handset, revealing a dual camera setup and a metal unibody.

While we can't confirm whether or not the leaked render is legit, it's not the first time we are hearing about dual rear cameras on the M7.
Other rumored specs for the phone include Helio P30 SoC, 6.0-inch display of 1080 x 2160 pixel resolution, and 6GB RAM. It's said to come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat on board. Unveiling is confirmed for September 25.

WhatsApp Beta brings granular Storage Usage management to Android

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WhatsApp Beta brings granular Storage Usage management to Android

For a long time now, WhatsApp has offered granular storage control over its chats on iOS, but the feature was nowhere to be found on Android. You could either manually delete an entire conversation and its corresponding media or select multiple messages to delete them and their media, but that was it until WhatsApp beta finally added proper storage management a couple of days ago.
Head over to Settings -> Data and storage usage -> Storage usage (new menu) and wait a few seconds for all of your conversations to populate and their data to be tallied. Once done, you'll see a list of your chats sorted by how much space they take on your device (largest to smallest).
Tap any chat and you'll see a detailed tally (number and storage taken) of every message type that's been sent or received: text messages, shared contact cards, locations, images, GIFs, videos, audio messages, and documents. Below that is a Manage messages option to select and delete any or all message types.
That should come in handy for clearing those large groups where most of what's shared are photos and videos and funny audio clips, but without getting rid of the important texts and documents, for example.
We're pretty sure this feature only showed up a few days ago, so you should have it if you're running the latest v2.17.340 beta. If you don't have that yet, you can join the official beta on the Play Store

25 best Android tips to make your phone more useful

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25 best Android tips to make your phone more useful

Android has overtaken Windows as the most popular computing platform in the world. That’s thanks in part to how fast new features have been added. Google is always making tweaks and coming up with new features for Android, and OEMs like Samsung and LG can add their own stuff on top of that. It can be hard to keep up, so we’ve gathered the 25 best tips for your Android phone right here.

Configure a secure lock screen

Android phones all offer various forms of secure lock screens. Most phones will prompt you to do this during setup now, and you should. The defaults are PIN, pattern, and password. Most devices now offer fingerprint security which will probably be the fastest way to unlock your deivce. To control your lock screen, head to the system settings, and find the Security menu. Some phones have a separate lock screen menu instead. You will need to have a secure lock screen to use features like Android Pay and factory reset protection.

Disable/uninstall bloatware

Most phones come with some apps pre-installed that you won't want to keep around. Luckily, they can be dealt with these days. Some pre-installed bloat can be uninstalled normally by using the Play Store or finding it in the app settings menu. However, anything that's part of the system image is non-removable. What you can do is disable it by opening the app menu from the main system settings and finding the app in your list. Right at the top will be a "Disable" button that removes it from your app drawer and prevents it from running in the background.

Android Device Manager

We have all occasionally lost track of a phone. Maybe it was hiding in the couch cushions or sitting on the kitchen counter. Don't go crazy looking for your phone next time, just use Android Device Manager. You can access this via the web on a mobile device or computer. Simply log into your Google account, and choose your missing phone from the drop down. Google reaches out and shows you where it is. You can also ring the phone, even if it's in silent mode. If worse comes to worse, you can remotely erase the phone to protect your data.

Add mobile data tracking

Data caps are common across mobile carriers, and data rates just keep getting faster. To make sure you don't blow through your monthly allotment, visit the data usage menu in the system settings. Some phones call this something a little different, but it's always right near the top. Here, you can set your plan reset date, create a warning threshold, and even have data automatically disabled when you're about to incur an overage.

Choose Do Not Disturb settings

Android's notification settings are a bit confusing right now. Not only do OEMs often change the terminology, but Google itself has revamped it a few times in recent updates. You'll find the settings for this feature either in your volume popup when you hit the toggle or by going into the system settings for notifications (usually Sound and Notification). It will be called Do Not Disturb on most devices. In this menu, you can choose when DND is toggled on automatically, what is blocked, and if any contacts are allowed to ring through anyway. Simply turning DND on is usually possible from the quick settings, which is faster than opening the system settings.

Enable Smart Lock

Turning on a secure lock screen as explained above is important to keep your data safe, but it can be a pain to input a code every single time you pick up the phone. You can avoid that with Smart Lock. You'll find this feature tucked away in the security menu on most devices. It includes different methods of bypassing the secure lock screen automatically. You can keep your phone unlocked when you're in a certain place (like home), when a device like a smartwatch is connected, or when the phone sees your face with the front-facing camera. You can even have multiple Smart Lock modules active at the same time. So for example, you could force the secure lock method only when you're away from home and the phone gets far enough away from your smartwatch to disconnect.

Make sure your photos back up automatically

There's nothing worse than losing or breaking a phone only to realize your photos aren't backed up. You can avoid this by simply opening the Google Photos app and following the prompts to enable auto-backup. The default mode is "high quality" and unlimited space. This compresses your photos, but they look surprisingly good. If you want to save the original image, you can opt to use your Drive storage space. You get 15GB free and can buy more.

Get started with "OK Google"

Google search is at the heart of all Android phones, and you can start searching at any time just by saying "OK Google." This works on the home screen and in the search box automatically, but if you go into the search settings, you can get OK Google working everywhere. In the search settings, go to Voice > OK Google detection. Just turn on the "From any screen" option and the phone will have you say "OK Google" a few times to learn your voice. Now you can use the hotword any time the device is awake from any screen. Some devices also support this when the screen is off, not others only work when the device is awake.

Google Assistant

Did you set up OK Google? If so, you've got two ways to access the Google Assistant. To access Assistant, use OK Google or long-press the home button. Then, just start talking. This feature was exclusive to the Pixel for a few months, but it has since rolled out to all Android phones running Marshmallow or higher. Assistant understands more context and natural language than Google's old voice search feature, and it can be integrated with third-party services like IFTTT, Samsung SmartThings, and Nest. It's great at home automation, searching the web, and can even read you the news of the day.

Try a different home screen

Most Android devices have a custom UI created by the device maker (eg. Samsung's TouchWiz). That includes the home screen. This is an important part of the experience, and the default home often isn't very powerful. Installing an alternative like Nova Launcher or Action Launcher can make your device much easier to use. You can use these apps to change the icons, assign navigation gestures, organize apps, and so much more. Any time you want to change between your installed home screens, just go to the Home menu in the system settings.

Use screen pinning

If you need to hand your phone to someone else, you don't necessarily want them snooping around in other apps. This is easy to prevent -- just pin the screen. This should be enabled by default on most devices, but if it's not, check the security menu. Tap the pin icon on any app in the multitasking interface and you can lock the screen to just that app. If you have a secure lock screen, you can require that unlock method to leave the pinned app.

Swipe input on the keyboard (most devices)

Tapping with your thumbs is okay as an input method, but most phones have swipe input built-in too. Give it a shot by dragging across the letters for each word. The accuracy varies by device, but you can also install a different keyboard that might suit you better. There's the Google Keyboard for a clean but somewhat limited experience, and then more complex and powerful options like SwiftKey.

Use power saving modes

All Android phones have power saving modes of some sort -- sometimes two or three of them. Head to the battery menu (usually just Settings > Battery) on most phones to see these settings. For example, Samsung offers a regular power saving mode that reduces screen brightness and slows the CPU, then there's also an ultra power saver that locks the device to just a few essential applications. Most phones offer basic power saving modes like the former that can be turned on automatically when the device reaches a certain battery level. This is definitely something you should set up.

Split-screen apps (select devices)

If your phone runs Android 7.0 or higher, you'll be able to bring up two apps in split-screen mode. To do this, all you need to do is long-press the overview button. Your current app will shrink into the top half of the screen (left half in landscape), and you can choose another app from your recent list. The divider between the two apps can be dragged to change the amount of screen real estate allotted to each one. When you're done, just long-press the overview button again or drag the divider all the way to the top or bottom. Split-screen mode is a stock feature of all devices running Nougat or higher, but some phones and tablets on older versions of Android have similar functionality, but it's not compatible with as many apps.

Manage default apps

Many actions on Android will ask you to set a default app, but what if you decide you don't like that default anymore? Some phones have a dedicated default app settings menu (e.g. Samsung), but the surest way to clear out those defaults is to find the app in the app menu under the main system settings. When you look at the info page for an app, there will be a button toward the bottom to view and clear the defaults. That will let you select a new default the next time you perform an action.

Turn on Developer Options

Google hides some of the more advanced tools in a special Developer Options menu that you'll have to enable to get at things like animation speed, USB debugging, and app standby (which I'll get to momentarily). To turn on Developer Options, open the "About phone" menu at the bottom of the system settings and find the build number. Tap on that seven times and you'll get a message that you are a developer. The dev options will now be at the bottom of your main system settings.

Activate guest mode for shared devices

If you want to let someone borrow your phone for a bit and screen pinning is too restrictive, you may have the option to enable Guest mode. All stock Android devices have this, as well as most phones running 5.0 or higher from OEMs like Samsung and LG. To switch to a guest account, tap the profile icon in the upper right corner of the notification shade and select the guest profile. All your data, accounts, and apps will be hidden from the guest account. There's also a Users menu in the settings of most devices to control what guests can and cannot do. Note, some carriers remove this option from the phones they sell for some (probably stupid) reason.

Make tweaks to App Standby and Doze mode (Marshmallow and higher)

Google introduced two new battery-saving features in Android 6.0 called Doze and App Standby. Doze mode puts your device into deep sleep and blocks most apps from waking it up when it's been sitting unused for a little bit. Standby blocks apps you haven't used recently from running background tasks. These both work fine on their own, but you can tweak things if you want. Doze mode is accessible in Settings > Battery > (menu) Battery optimization on most phones. From here, you can make apps exempt from Doze, allowing them to operate even when the phone sits unused. This is only necessary if the app isn't working right under Doze mode. Standby is found at the bottom of the developer options menu where it's labeled Inactive apps. This has a list of all apps on the device, some of which will probably be marked as inactive. Tap on any of them to toggle between active and inactive. Don't worry -- inactive apps become active again once you've opened them.

Screen casting

Do you have a $35 Chromecast or Android TV? If so, you can do more than stream video to it. Android devices can mirror the entire display onto your TV, and it's essentially foolproof. On stock Android devices (and a few more) there is a Cast icon in the Quick Settings. Tap that and pick an output device to start mirroring your display. On other phones, just download the Chromecast app and use the screen casting feature included there.

Identify and modify app notifications

Android's notification system is great, but sometimes it's not clear which app produced a notification. Should you ever be confronted with a mysterious notification that you can't identify, there's an easy way to figure out where it came from, and change how those notifications operate. Simply long-press on the notification and the parent app will be revealed on most Android devices. Tap the info icon to head to the app's notification settings to disable it if you like. On Android 7.0 Nougat, Google added notification settings to this long-press UI as the notifications have the app name at the top by default (some OEMs will alter this). You can block or silence notifications from that app if they've become a nuisance.

Manage apps on the Web Play Store

Google includes the Play Store client on Android devices, but there's also a version of the Play Store accessible online. For some people this is a no-brainer, but not everyone thinks to use the Web-based Play Store. You can do all the same things here that you do on your phone, but faster. Apps and games can be purchased and pushed over the air to Android. You can queue up multiple installs in a fraction of the time it takes on Android. If you've got more than one device on your account, you can pick where the app goes.

Customize quick settings

The quick settings are the settings toggles visible at the top of the notification panel (most devices) and in the fully expanded quick settings UI. On most devices, you can access them by swiping down twice. Customizing these is something everyone should do when getting a new device, and the process is much more consistent than it used to be. Google added customizable quick settings in Android 7.0, and OEMs are now required to use the standard implementation. Just open the quick settings and hit the edit button. Then, long-press and drag to rearrange. The first few settings toggles you have in the list will be accessible at the top of the notification pane prior to opening quick settings. App developers can also add tiles that show up in the editing interface. For example, Twitter apps have tiles to start a new Tweet and VPN apps have on/off toggles.

Use (and remove) factory reset protection

Android 5.1 added factory reset protection to Android, which is nice should your phone ever be stolen. The thief won't be able to reset and log into the phone without first knowing your Google password. However, you might also accidentally lock the new owner out of your phone (or even yourself) if you sell it. Factory reset protection is enabled automatically when you have a secure lock screen enabled in Android 5.1 or higher. Make sure you don't reset your phone less than 24 hours after changing your Google password, or you'll trigger a 72-hour anti-theft lockout. To disable reset protection for a new user to log into the phone, just disable the secure lock screen, enable OEM unlock in the Developer Options, or manually remove your Google account in the Accounts menu (this also factory resets the phone).

Sideload (safe) apps

The Play Store has plenty of apps, but if you want to branch out a little, there are safe ways to do that. First, head into the security settings on your device and enable "Unknown sources." That will let you install APKs downloaded from outside the Play Store. Some of the popular ones are the Amazon Appstore, F-Droid, and APK Mirror. Amazon offers a fair number of paid apps for free, and F-Droid is for free and open source software. APK Mirror re-hosts free APKs so you don't have to wait on staged rollouts and can get old versions of software.

Save offline maps

Google Maps includes support for saving maps offline, and the feature was recently expanded to be more powerful. It's not easy to find, though. Find the area you want to save offline, then tap in the search bar at the top of the screen. Close the keyboard and scroll the the bottom and you'll see the option to download. The app will bring up an outline to indicate the area that will be downloaded and estimate how much space it will take up. The offline data will include streets, basic points of interest, and the ability to use turn-by-turn navigation.

  • After all of the above, you should be a pro at using Android.

Method to Activate 9Mobile, Glo, MTN and Airtel 100% Data Bonus - No IMEI Tweaking Required

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Method to Activate 9Mobile, Glo, MTN and Airtel 100% Data Bonus - No IMEI Tweaking Required

Just as fuel is essential for motors, the internet data plan is very important for smart devices, so it is better to keep ourselves up to date about the data plans.

Double data offer is the best bonus for you to get the most value for your money. If you are not enjoying double data bonuses when you subscribe to any data plan, it means you are missing a lot. Because we have being using most of this 100% data offer for more than a years now.

I'm sure that most of us are already familiar with MTN and Airtel double data bonus, because both of them are part of the oldest and still active data offer. But do you know that 9Mobile and Glo Nigeria also offering this double data bonus?

To make thing easier, we have compiled the list of active and still working 100% data bonus from our 4 major networks for you to activate and use them on your devices. The best part is that most them don't even required IMEI tweaking anymore, because this is not a cheat, rather it's official bonus from our network providers. Simply follow the instruction below carefully to get anyone of them activated.

To Activate MTN 100% Data Bonus

It is still very much working without any difficulty and the good news is that everyone is eligible.

Simply go to your SMS message app,

  1. Send DOUBLE to 131
  2. Send PROMO to 131
  3. Send FREE to 131
You will receive three messages from MTN.

First message: "Your request has been received"
Second message: "You have sent an invalid command"
Third message: "Dear Customer, enjoy Data offers on MTN Deal Zone, Dial *131*1#"
After receiving the third message, you can then purchase the data plan of your choice by dialing*131*1# and enjoy your double data bonus.

To check your data balance dial *131*4# and enjoy!

To Activate Airtel 100% Data Bonus

Airtel double data is not based on eligibility. It gives you 400MB for N200, 1.5GB for N500, 3GB for N1000, 7GB for N2000. You get free extra 200MB when you activate 200MB for N200, extra 750MB when you activate 750Mb for N500, extra 1.5GB when you activate 1.5GB for N1000, extra 3.5GB when you activate 3.5GB for N2000. 

The good news is, the offer is valid for 6Months
Dial *144# to activate.

Another one is the Airtel Special Priviledge Offer:You can 6GB Worth of Data For Just N1,500.
This plan works for all devices ranging from Android, BB10, iPhone/iPad, Laptops, Windows phone, Symbian/Java phones; you just name it.

Dial *440*161# to activate the plan. Just make sure that you haven’t used that sim to subscribe to airtel 2GB for N200 before otherwise the plan won’t work on your sim. Read more detail about Airtel Special Priviledge Offer here.

TO Activate 9Mobile 100% Data Bonus

The double data bonus offer of 9Mobile is not based on eligibility, but on tariff plan. If you are using 9mobile network, you can migrate to Morecliq tariff plan by dialing *244*1# to enjoy the offer.

After the successful migration, dial *545# and activate the 100% data bonus.

Now, subscribe to any 9Mobile data plan and it will be doubled immediately.

Check your data balance by dial *228# and enjoy! 

To Activate Glo 100% Data Bonus

Glo Normal data plans remain unchanged, only that you get 100% data bonus on Auto renewal E.g N1000=3.2GB

All Glo subscribers can enjoy the offer, both new and existing customers are eligible.
Firstly, buy any Glo official data plan by dialling *777# and leave the auto-renewal. Once your previous purchased data finishes, the next data plan that will be auto-renewed, will be doubled automatically.
Check your data balance by dialling *127*0#

Also, you can get double the value of your Glo data when you recharge using Quickteller on BBM, Quickteller Mobile App or Quickteller.com

All you have to do is Download the Quickteller app or Log on to their website:https://www.quickteller.com

Once you get to the website
1. Register and Login
2. Click Data And Internet Services
3. Click Glo Data Bundle
4. Then Purchase any plan of your choice and you would receive double the data courtesy of Quickteller

As usual, most of the bonuses valid for 6 months. What I mean is that, after activating and using them for the period of 6 months, you won't be able to enjoy the offer on that particular SIM again.

GTBank Introduces the 737 Mobile App, to Make Banking Services a lot easier

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GTBank Introduces the 737 Mobile App, to Make Banking Services a lot easier

The 737 banking services from Guarantee Trust Bank has introduced a whole range of possibilities never thought possible even from your Torchlight phone. The Guaranty Trust Bank has introduced another mobile app to make transactions a lot easier for its account holders, the app is called "Bank 737" app.

This bank 737 app works like the bank's offline *737# USSD short code, but the difference is that this one works with the internet connection while the short code version works offline without the internet. Another difference is that the USSD short code can be used in any type of phone, but the app version is currently available on Android devices only for now.

The Bank 737 app is the fastest way to buy airtime and transfer funds from your mobile phone.
It’s simple and secure! Just add your debit card and you’re good to go.

Key Features:
  • • Register and Link your preferred debit card* in a few seconds
  • • Transfer funds to any bank within Nigeria.
  • • Buy airtime for yourself and others directly from your phone contact list
How do I start using Bank 737 app?
  • Download the Bank 737 App via Google Play Store Here
  • Register your debit card
  • Select a 737 PIN for everyday use
  • After registration, just login with your phone number and 737 PIN.
Accepted cards are MasterCard and VISA cards only.

With the 737 app, GTBank now has a total of 4 mobile apps. The previous 3 are GTBank (for mobile banking), GTWorld (for lifestyle) and GTCube (For Mobile Point of Sale for merchants). And now Bank 737 app.

Enjoy the amazing features of Bank 737 app and remember to share this post with your friends and families.