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In today's day and age betting apps are essential for those who like a punt on the go. Whether it be a morning game of poker on the commute to work or some in-play betting at the match on a Saturday afternoon, the mobile betting app has changed the way we play.


Like most technology, it's enhanced the industry and changed it into a totally different beast. Just as smartphones have with Apple Pay and electronic kiosks have with supermarket payments.


Downloading betting apps have become easen easier of late, with Google Play now allowing users to download them from the store. It's the first time in seven years this has been allowed, meaning it's now incredibly simple to start betting on sports with your mobile.


Using The App Store


Using the App Store or Google Play is far and away the most simple way to download a betting app and win on the go. You'll find all the usual suspects on there such as William Hill, Ladbrokes and bet365, and they even have plenty of features you might not get with desktop.


All you have to do is search for your favoured bookmaker in your app store and download. In some cases, there may be more than one app for a bookmaker. This is usually to break their offerings down, so there may be an app for sports, one for bingo, and one for casino. Simply download the one you'd prefer and get ready to play. Naturally, if you don't have an account for the bookmaker, you will have to set up an account, but that will be relatively easy to do and most of the time when you open the app it will encourage registering. Don't forget though, there will be welcome bonus offers and free bets to take advantage of as a new user, so don't miss out.


Download From Your Mobile Browser


Alternatively, you can head to the bookmakers website on your browser to either play or download the app. Usually the app will be made available to download in a banner at the top, which will redirect you to the app store. Here you can read up all about the app, preview some of its pages and, of course, make the download.


It'll open up a whole new world to your betting experiences, offering you all the features of popping into your local bookmakers or making your usual bets in a browser.


It's a growing industry and it's why so many people are winning more by betting while taking in sport on another screen. Mobile betting apps are continuing to make having a punt quicker and easier, as well as becoming more and more secure, giving customers a safer and more entertaining environment to play in.


boot lopp

 

Manually flashing firmware updates to your Samsung device is the fastest way to get updates, even if the firmware is official and 100% safe, there is still a chance for ERROR!

 

Any error can lead your Samsung device to boot loop. which means the device will keep restarting without booting into the operating system, this happens when you flash wrong firmware version or using a corrupt file. Good News, we have a solution for that.

 

boot loop

 

You can easily get out of a boot loop by just following the steps provided on the video below. Don't forget to check out our YouFirmware section, we provide 100% official Samsung Lollipop / Marshmallow firmwares.

Video [YouTube]


Samsung Pixel Battery Saver Booster

 

If you own a Samsung Galaxy device, you probably have Battery life issues ? Right ? Most of the battery life problems is caused by Samsung's super AMOLED displays, as they are huge (5.0" - 6.0") with resolutions various from FHD to QHD which means more pixels to power and more brightness needed. The display consumes an average of 45% to 55% of your battery life. Don't worry we have a solution for you... Easy and Safe too!

 

To increase your battery life you will need to reduce the number of pixels on your screen by reducing the resolution of your screen. Placing black spots in a pattern over the screen will actually turn off the pixels in those locations (because in AMOLED tech black color is achieved by actually turning off the pixels on the display). So parts of your screen will be turned off. You'll do that using a simple App that does NOT require any Rooting at all.

 


Increase Battery Life by Following these Instructions:


1. Download Pixel Battery Saver
Download & Install the App from Google Play Store Here [FREE]

 

App

 


 

2. Choose level of effect
The app will apply a filter over your screen, placing black pixels in a pattern. You can choose the pattern's density as soon as you launch it.

 

level

 


 

3. Activating the filter
This is what happens when the app is doing its work. Note that the effect looks much less pronounced on the actual phone's screen.

 


 

4. Want battery saving only?
If you only wish to reduce your screen's sharpness when the battery is running low, tap on the "Booting" tab on the top right, then check "Start on specific battery level" and "And only then" (if you wish to not be able to turn the filter on manually), then use the slider below to set the battery threshold.

 

battery save

 


 

5. Permanent notification and quicktoggle
The app runs in persistent mode, so Android can't close it at random. Its notification will give you a quick on / off toggle, too, so that makes it useful

 


 

6. Toggle at will
And there you go - you are free to reduce the screen's sharpness at will and save some precious battery. Now combine this with Power Saving Mode for some extreme longevity!

 

pixil

 


S6 tutorial

 

Samsung's two latest Android flagships, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will be launching on many regions very soon (early April). The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge have a beautiful screen on their side, with lots of new customization options coming via ways of themes that change the icons, wallpapers, font, and the overall appearance of the phone. Which makes you want to share your beautiful home screen with everyone online... you probably wondering how to take screenshots on these two phones, here's the tutorial.

 

How do you take a screenshot on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge ?

 

tut

It's all very simple: just simultaneously press the big round home key up front and the power/lock key on the side. You'll hear a short click, and then a zippy animation will show the screengrab flying off the display. The screenshot will then appear in your notification dropdown and it will be automatically saved into the gallery app where you can see it, edit it, and share it.


Li ion battery

 

Li-ion Batteries are indeed the most crucial hardware components, every Smartphone has one, and it is always NOT enough for the user's needs. Taking a good care of your battery is a very important matter as its capacity wears by time which affects other parts of your device.

 

In this tutorial here, we will provide you this Technical Smart Tips to improve your Battery's lifetime and improves its performance along a normal day usage.

 

battery status

 

How to Care for your Smartphone's battery the correct way:

 

1. Several partial charges are better than a full one

Well, just like in real life, several sprint sessions are better than a marathon. Lithium-ion batteries appreciate partial charging, for example from 30% to 60% or from 45% to 79%, as this keeps the battery's cells close to their ideal state for longer. This means that you have no excuse not to charge your phone several times a day if you can do so.

 

2. Avoid complete discharges

Okay, extremities are bad for your battery's health. Leaving it at maximum voltage for a long period of time is bad, but draining it all the way down to 0% is even worse. While modern batteries can't fully discharge (whatever you do, there's still a small amount of electricity that will remain unavailable to your phone's hungriness), hitting the rock bottom of your juicer means that some of the battery's cells will no longer be able to hold charge. And this is pretty bad.

 

3. Your phone's battery feels best at ~40%

There's a reason why the batteries of most phones come pre-charged between 40% and 50% - this is the ideal state of a battery as the voltage is neither too high, nor too low. First of all, this exact charge level does not stress the battery's cells, yet it still allows it to slowly discharge itself while waiting for the impatient user to provide a steady flow of electrical current.

 

4. Avoid high temperatures

High temperatures are bad for your battery. Your battery can lose up to 80% of its overall capacity if you store it at temperatures of 140F (60C) in a year, though we doubt that anyone will do so. At 77F (or 25C), your phone will lose less than 20% of its maximum capacity for one year.

 

5. Low temperatures are a no-no as well

If you need to store a battery (due to reasons unknown), make sure that you don't subject it to extremely low temperatures, as freezing deteriorates cells' ability to hold charge, similar to the way heat affects them.

 

6. Leaving your battery depleted for a long time will render it useless

Normally, your lithium-ion battery will be depleted if the voltage level falls down to roughly 3.0V/cell. If, however, the voltage inside the battery falls below 2.7V/cell, the battery's protective circuits will put into the so-called "sleep" mode, making it nonchargeable naturally, that's the worst case scenario. That's why it's advisable to always make sure that the battery is charged to some extent ideally,that'd be around 40%, as we already mentioned.

 

7. Lithium-ion batteries have a shelf life

Simply put, you shouldn't stock up on lithium-ion batteries regardless whether you use them or not, they slowly degrade over time and their maximum capacity deteriorate. Instead, buy a new battery immediately before you put it inside your device.

 

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