How To Install CM13 on Android One Device

Though the unofficial support for Android One device for CM13 is already available, but now with the official support you could expect Nightlies to be rolling out very soon. So you would receive all the latest updates by Cyanogen team instantly. The Nightlies are not yet available on the CyanogenMod website, but they would be there very soon, so for future updates follow this link. Until then you could try the latest build of CM13 given below.
As the development of the CM13 is still in its early stages, you might face few issues while using the ROM. So, before you proceed, keep this in mind and also make sure to backup you current ROM. So that you could restore to it if you face issues with the ROM given below.

How To Install CM13 on Android One Device

In order to install CM13 on your Android One devices, you would need a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM to be installed on your device. If you already have it installed your device, jump to next section else follow the guide linked here to install a Custom Recovery on your Android One device.


  • Cm13_5_dec_2015|Link
  • Google Apps for Marshmallow
    • Open Gapps — Download
    • More Marshmallow compatible Google Apps | Download

Steps To Follow

  1. Make sure you have the device codenamed Sprout4.
  2. Download the zip file linked above.
  3. Copy the zip file to your device.
  4. Boot your device into custom recovery.
  5. Select Wipe, check mark Data, Cache, Dalvik Cache and System, then swipe to confirm the Wipes.
  6. Now go back to the homepage of the custom recovery and select Install, browse the zip you copied to your device and then confirm to install it.
  7. Once the installation is complete flash Gapps package before booting into the system. To do so, select install > browse for the Gapps package you have downloaded and then confirm  to install it.
  8. Now Reboot and Enjoy.
Enjoy official support from CM team for CM13 for Android One device. Do let us know about the issues you face while installing the ROM in the comments section below.

how to Upgrade to Windows 8 Pro For Free

Windows 8 is now the buzz word for every computer enthusiastic. Really… everyone wants to upgrade to windows 8 now cause Windows 8 has lots to offer to everyone : ) Windows 8 though not free is worth a buy. i have upgraded my windows 7 on discount from the official site- This offer is only prevalent for now only
Again i would like you to dawn upon this fact that-
Ashtricks does not supports software piracy. Piracy is like stealing a person’s hard earned money. I know that some software’s are ridiculously high priced and so I am giving full versions to those softwares. These full version softwares are only for those people who do not have enough money and cannot afford to spend more money on the software than spent on the hardware. If you really like the software then I would recommend you to buy it.
Windows 8 Pro- I will be releasing a new vedio showing off the cool features of Windows 8(After my Internet connection gets fixed, till then you can see the following features
1. Speedy Boot Time
The load and boot up speed has improved significantly over Windows’ predecessors. This is partly due to the better resource allocations to applications and the system. When compared to Windows 7 desktop CPU, Windows 8 has an even speedier boot time.
2. Innovative & Dynamic Desktop

3. Improved Search Function – Faster and smarter

5. Windows Live Syncing
Similar to Windows To Go, the new Windows 8 will provide Windows Live syncing, such that users can login on any Windows 8 PC with ‘Live ID’ and get back their own personalized settings on it. The desktop will look the same every time the user login on a PC with their Windows Live account. Migrating to a new PC is probably made easier when the user has all the essential settings synced.
6. Reinstall Windows
Something dosent seem right…. well fear not cause with just one click Windows 8 will delete all files and do a clean new intall on itself.
7. ISO and IMG support
Now you can just double click an ISO or IMG image to open it up and use the contents inside. Plus its really very fast :)
AND MORE… Well these were just a few things about the new windows 8 the rest ill leave upto you to find out.
On my facebook page there was a small conversasion on which version of windows 8 Pro to put up.. So here is the Multi-insaller that i had promised to a few chaps.
I found only one multiinstaller and that was from
This file is a rar file containing the .iso file and the Password for the file is
Download Links….
1. Multi-Installer with Windows 8 Pro 64 Bit + 32 Bit + enterprise also – Link
2. Windows 8 Pro 32 Bit Only – Link
3.Windows 8 Pro 64 Bit Only – Link
4. Windows 8 Enterprise Both Trial from – Link
To burn the ISO image to USB download and install Isotousb (In the options – check make the ISO Bootable)
To Upgrade your Windows 7 to 8 by keeping all the files and everything else just open your USB drive after burning and then double click on setup.exe and after that just click on Upgrade in the installer.
After the Installation Windows 8 will ask for the key but in the screen itself there will be an option to skip thes step so skip it for now and later on you can activate it by my method.

Download the file and then open it and put the stuff on the desktop, if prompted for a password just put

How to Fix a Slow External Hard Drive

Plugged your external hard disk drive into your computer and noticed it’s slower than it used to be? If you use the drive regularly, this could be easily explained: perhaps it’s slowing down because it’s old or needs defragging.
But if the drive is only occasionally used, and you’ve just spotted the speed issue, there’s a chance it might be related to something else. Could your PC have a virus? Is there a setting in Windows 10 that is slowing things down? Or could the problem be something as simple as changing cables?
Let’s find out.

Is Your External Hard Disk Drive Slower Than Before?

If your external hard disk drive’s performance has decreased, several steps can be performed to either diagnose the problem or repair it.
  1. Defragment your disk drive
  2. Run a check disk scan
  3. Look for damage to the case or the drive itself
  4. Check the cables, replace if necessary
  5. Too much disk activity
  6. Check your drive and PC for viruses and malware
  7. Disable Windows indexing for faster performance
The rest of this article will show you exactly how to do each of those steps. However, should none of these fixes work, then it’s probably a good time to consider a new external HDD.
The sooner you do this and are able to copy the data from your old device, the better. Leave it too late and data on the old HDD may be completely irretrievable.

1. Defrag Your Disk Drive

Whenever you experience hard disk issues, one of the first things you should do is defragment your drive. Windows 10 features the Defragment and Optimize Drives tool, which you can open by typing “defragment” or “optimize” into the Start Menu.
With the troublesome drive listed, select it, and choose Analyze. Wait while this completes; the “Current status” column will tell you if action is required. If so, ensuring the drive is still selected, click Optimize and wait while the disk defragment takes place.
Remember, these instructions are mainly intended for traditional hard disk drives rather than solid state drives (SSDs).
On older versions of Windows, SSDs should not be used with standard defragmentation tools. As SSDs are flash-based, older defrag tools are likely to damage your data, if not the disk itself.
Fortunately, Windows 10 does not have this problem. The Defragment and Optimize Drives tool manages the optimization of SSDs as well as HDDs.

2. Run a Check Disk Scan

If the defrag completes successfully but there is no improvement from your HDD, it’s worth using the Check Disk tool. This is a tool that dates back to early versions of Windows. It’s capable of detecting (and sometimes repairing) problems with a hard disk drive. This often includes damaged sectors, which can lead to corrupt data.
You have two options to run Check Disk:
  1. Right-click the drive letter in Windows Explorer, and select Properties > Tools and look for “Error checking”. Here, click Check and follow the instructions.
  2. Check Disk can also be run in the Windows PowerShell (Admin) Access this by right-clicking the Start button.
Once running, input:
chkdsk.exe /f [DRIVE_LETTER]
Make sure you input the drive letter of the disk drive (or partition) that is causing you problems.

Check Disk often requires you to reboot Windows, so ensure you have closed all of your applications beforehand.

3. Check Disk Drive for Physical Damage

If you’ve made it this far, there’s a possibility that your HDD is damaged. You should be able to check this by observing the disk carefully, paying special attention to the following:
  • Does the LED light flash or not?
  • Does the computer hang when you attempt to browse the disk?
  • Does Check Disk fail?
  • Is the disk rattling when you hear it spin?
Although protected by the drive enclosure, hard disks are delicate, regardless of the bulky appearance. Not only can the disks themselves be damaged by a slight knock, so too can the read heads (as shown in the photo above).
Meanwhile, the small slivers of circuit board often on show are delicate and sensitive to contact. Even screwing a hard disk drive into an enclosure (or even into a PC or laptop) too tightly can result in problems.
If slower performance is traced to a damaged HDD, you should arrange a replacement ASAP. If you’re likely to have this problem again in future, it might be worth buying a tougher, durable portable HDD.

4. Check the Cables for Wear and Tear

Another problem that can cause the disk to respond poorly is worn cables. With the external HDD disconnected from your computer and the wall, take time to examine the USB cable and power lead.
Any cracks in the rubber insulation can often indicate a damaged cable inside. Cables with broken or damaged connectors (splitting, or hanging off) meanwhile should be discarded immediately.
If these problems occur with a power cable, you’re dicing with death. Meanwhile, if the USB cable is evidently damaged, this could be why your disk is not responding.

Replacement USB cables are inexpensive. Just make sure you buy the right type for your external HDD; modern devices are almost all USB 3.0, while older ones will be USB 2.0. Ideally, you should have already upgraded to USB 3.0.
While we’re discussing USB ports, it’s also worth checking if your external HDD works when connected to a different port. Sometimes one port will work better than another. Alternatively, you might be using a USB 3.0 device in a USB 2.0 port, which often doesn’t work. Switch to a compatible port and try again!

5. Too Much Disk Activity

If you’re using your external disk to copy large quantities of data to or from your computer, this can also result in it slowing down considerably.
For instance, you might be copying huge video files from your PC to the drive. Or you might be using it as a destination drive for torrent files. Either way, if large amounts of data are involved, an external HDD (or an internal one) can slow down considerably.
To find out if this is the case, launch the Task Manager (Ctrl + Shift + Esc or simply right-click the Taskbar and select Task Manager). With this done, click the Disk column header to find what applications are utilizing your disks.
If the answer is Windows Explorer, then the problem is due to copying data. But you could be using a torrent app, image or video editing tool, or even running a video game from a USB 3.0 drive. Whatever the app is, select it and click End task to stop it. This will hopefully return the drive to its usual working speed.
Noticed a lot of disk activity, perhaps as much as 100 percent? This is a known Windows 10 bug, which has its own set of solutions.

6. Check for Viruses and Malware

It can never be said regularly enough: you should be running an active antivirus tool on your computer. Even if you’re not (it isn’t always ideal on low-spec systems), you should have a tool that you can use to run ad-hoc scans.

Whatever the case, a rogue script could be accessing your hard disk drive and slowing it down. Worse still, the script (what we would usually term malware) might be already on your external HDD, and the slowdown isn’t from the disk itself, but your PC or laptop.
To scan a drive, find it in Windows Explorer, and right-click. Your antivirus or malware scanning tool should be listed in the context menu, along with an option to scan the disk. If not, you’ll need to open the tool and select the disk to be scanned (this differs between security suites).
Note that this may not be possible with Windows running normally; you may have to

7. Disable Windows 10 Indexing

Finally, you could kick your slow external HDD back into life by disabling Windows 10’s indexing service. The idea is that when you connect your HDD to your PC, Windows takes forever to display its contents in Explorer because it is busy indexing them.
Disabling indexing stops this and speeds things up. The drawback is that Windows search will be limited to files that are stored on the disk.
To disable indexing, press Windows + R and enter services.msc. Click OK, and wait while the Services window opens, then scroll down to Windows Search. Right-click and select Properties, then Stop. It may take a while for this to complete, but once it has, click the Startup type: drop-down menu and select Disabled.
Disconnect and reconnect your external hard disk drive, and open it in Windows Explorer. It should now load quickly, as if it was an internal drive.

Speed Your External Drive Up to Normal Again!

How to Set a Slideshow as Your Wallpaper in Windows

Setting a cool computer wallpaper is one of the easiest ways to customize your computer to your liking. Whether you’ve downloaded tons of wallpapers or even made your own, choosing the best one is tough.
But why should you have to choose just one wallpaper? It’s easy to set a slideshow of wallpapers in Windows so you can show off all your favorites. Here’s how.

How to Set a Slideshow as Your Wallpaper in Windows

  1. Open the Settings app, using the shortcut Windows + I if you like.
  2. Select the Personalization category.
  3. Choose the Background tab on the left sidebar.
  4. Under the Background dropdown box, select Slideshow (this will likely be Picture currently).
  5. Then, below, select the Browse button under Choose albums for your slideshow. Browse to a folder on your PC containing all the images you want to use as wallpapers and click Choose this folder.
  6. Below, select an internal for the picture change. You can choose as little as 1 minute or as long as 1 day.
  7. If you enable Shuffle, the wallpapers will show up in a random order instead of their order in the folder.
  8. Choose a fill for wallpapers smaller or bigger than your screen. Fill is a good option, as it resizes the image without much distortion.
That’s all you have to do, and you’ve got a wallpaper slideshow! You can add new images to that folder anytime and they’ll be included in the slideshow automatically. If you ever want to change your wallpaper without waiting for the next cycle, right-click your desktop and choose Next desktop background.

How to fix screen burn-in on Android smartphone

Ghost image or screen/image burn-in are names given to a permanent discoloration of your smartphone’s screen caused by irregular pixel usage. The prolonged use of static images can create a permanent shadow or ghost of that image on the screen. This problem is more common than you think, and happens most often on AMOLED screens (although LCD displays aren’t completely free of this bug). Fortunately, there is a solution to restore the image quality of your device.

 The screen ghost happens when phosphor compounds that emit light to produce images lose their intensity with prolonged use. Moreover, the irregular use can "burn" an image onto the screen which will be visible all the time.
Many apps which are available in the Play Store promise to reduce or even stop the problem. One is the Screen Burn-in Tool.
The concept is simple: a sequence of primary colors is displayed on your device, restoring the "burnt" pixels. In fact, this was the original function of computer screen-savers: one dynamic image that appears when the screen is idle to makes the pixels "exercise" and ensure that the same area of display doesn’t remain constantly illuminated.
  Screen Burn-in Tool Install on Google Play

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How to Unbrick Huawei Honor 7X (BND-Al10)

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor recently launched its latest budget offering, Honor 7X which is the successor to the Honor 6X. Honor 7X brings the trending 18:9 display from flagships into the budget range which will be its biggest selling point. The beautiful display is paired with a decent camera setup both on the front and the back, two on the rear in fact. It comes with two storage options at 32GB and 64GB both with 4GB RAM. It hasn’t been that long but the device can already be rooted in case you didn’t know. We already have a guide up on how to go about it. In case you managed to brick your device though, following the guide or doing something else, here is how you can unbrick your Huawei Honor 7X.


  • If you have managed to brick your device you most probably have an unlocked bootloader already. If not, you should go unlock it now since that will be needed.
  • The method requires the use of a TWRP recovery which is only possible with an unlocked bootloader. There’s a good chance you also have that installed because how else could you have bricked your device.
  • You’ll also need a working USB cable and either a USB OTG drive or an external microSD card.

The method described here has originally been shared by XDA member sid21. He has also tested it and found it to be working but that does not guarantee that it will work for you. In any case, your device is already bricked so why not just try it. Also, note that using this method you can only flash the Chinese firmware on your device. This is because the full firmware for the international variant is not officially (or unofficially for that matter) available yet. So essentially it is a “restore” only if you have a BND-AL10.


How to Unbrick Huawei Honor 7X (BND-Al10)

Flash Vendor.img

  1. Assuming you have the Multi-tool installed, launch it and then connect your Honor 7X in fastboot mode to your PC. You can do this by holding the Volume Down key on your powered-off device while connecting it to your PC with a USB cable.
  2. On the Multi-tool, click on the Recovery tab and then click the Select image button under Flashing custom Recovery/eRecovery images
  3. Select the downloaded TWRP image and click Flash Recovery.
  4. Once the recovery is flashed, disconnect your phone and power it off again.
  5. Extract the contents of the downloaded file into a folder. You should have an UPDATE.APP file now in this folder.
  6. Click on the Launch Huawei Update Extractor button under the Unbrick tab. 
  7. Click on the button showed in the screenshot above and browse to the extracted folder, then select the UPDATE.APP file. Extract the contents into a folder named updateappone.
  8. Right-click on an empty space in the Extractor tool and select Extract all.
  9. In the extracted UPDATE.APP folder, find the Vendor.img and copy it to an external microSD card (or a USB OTG) and place the card into your phone.
  10. Now boot your device in recovery mode by pressing the Power and Volume Up buttons together while the device is powered off.
  11. In the recovery mode, select Wipe > Advanced Wipe and select all the available partitions, then swipe at the bottom to wipe all of them.
  12. Go back to the TWRP main page and select Install > Install IMG.
  13. Select the vendor.img from the microSD card and swipe at the bottom to flash it. Make sure you flash it to the Vendor partition only.

Flash CUST.img

  1. Once done, power off your device again and connect it to your PC in fastboot mode.
  2. Now extract the zip named update_full_BND-device-model_hw_your-region
  3. You’ll have another UPDATE.APP now. Extract it as before and you’ll have a CUST.img file in the extracted folder. If you have a version.img file instead, rename it to CUST.img.
  4. Copy this CUST.img into the updateappone folder.


  1. In the Multi-tool, click on the Specify folder button under the Unbrick tab and select the updateappone folder. You should now have 4 of the required 5 images.
  2. Click on the Unbrick button then sit and wait for the process to complete.
  3. Once the process is complete, reboot your phone and set it up.

How to Root Xiaomi Mi A1 on Oreo without Disabling OTA Updates


Xiaomi’s first Android One Smartphone has been more than successful. The Mi A1 has been a popular device, even amongst developers. Running stock Android sure has its advantages, but it also brings with it a serious lack of features compared to Xiaomi’s MIUI skin. Yet, when you consider regular and fast updates, I’d say it evens things out. The Mi A1 is one of the few devices to have been updated to Android Oreo. If you’re not somebody who can live without the features a custom ROM or MIUI offers though, you might want to root your device. To unlock bootloader and root Xiaomi Mi A1, you’d have to give up the OTA updates, when it’s probably the biggest USP for an Android One device.
It’s a dilemma, but it doesn’t have to be anymore. XDA Senior Member jashancheema seems to have found a way to root the Xiaomi Mi A1, without disabling OTA updates. The process does require the use of a PC and ADB so it’s easier if you’ve used ADB before. If you’ve unlocked the bootloader on your Mi A1, or almost any other Android device you’ll be familiar. Even if you’ve never done any of this before, we’ll try to make sure the process doesn’t seem as daunting.


All rooting methods, no matter how simple or successful are risky. As a general rule of thumb, don’t root your device if you can’t handle a few bugs and glitches that may or may not appear after rooting. Furthermore, rooting voids your device’s warranty so you won’t be able to take it to the service center for a free repair. You must understand that there is always the rarest of chances that things might not work out. DroidViews or anyone else cannot be held responsible under such circumstances.


  1. A Xiaomi Mi A1.
  2. A PC with ADB and Fastboot installed. If you’ve never heard of ADB and/or don’t have it installed, you can refer to our guide on installing it for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
  3. Enable USB debugging and OEM unlock on your Xiaomi Mi A1. To do this, go to Settings > System > About phone and tap on the build number repeatedly until you see the toast message near the bottom of the screen. This enabled the Developer options which are hidden by default. You can now see Developer options under Settings > System. In Developer options, scroll down to find USB Debugging and OEM unlock and enable them both.
  4. Enable Unknown sources under Settings > Security.


How to unlock bootloader and root Xiaomi Mi A1

  1. Download a boot image from the download section above and extract the zip file to get the patched_boot.img image file.
  2. Connect your Mi A1 to the PC with a USB cable.
  3. Launch the ADB command interface. On Windows, you can do this by heading over to the adb folder and entering cmd in the address bar. On Linux or Mac, you can just launch a Terminal window. 

  1. If this is the first time you’ve connected your phone using ADB, you may be asked to allow USB debugging permissions on your phone. Allow it and then use the following command to reboot your phone in fastboot mode.
    adb reboot bootloader
  2. When your phone is connected in fastboot mode, unlock the bootloader with this command. You don’t need an unlock key since this is an Android One device.
    fastboot oem unlock
  3. Disconnect and reboot your phone now. Then connect your phone to the PC and reboot in fastboot mode again.
  4. Now boot the patched boot image using the following command.
    fastboot boot \path\to\patched_boot.img
    Replace /path/to/ with the correct location of the patched_boot.img file on your PC. For instance, if the file is on your desktop, the command you should use would be:
    fastboot boot C:\Users\username\Desktop\patched_boot.img
  5. This will boot your device using the patched boot image. When your Mi A1 turns on, download and install the Magisk Manager APK.
  6. Launch Magisk Manager and select INSTALL from the pop-up and then choose direct install to install Magisk.

How to Fix Oreo Firmware Installation Issue in Odin

Android Oreo has finally made its way to Samsung’s latest S series flagships, the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The Oreo update brings with it the usual Android Oreo features such as Picture-in-Picture, redesigned Settings app, etc. It also brings with it Samsung Experience 9.0 which is but a fancier name for Samsung’s skin we fondly call TouchWiz.
The update to Android Oreo also apparently brings a change in the compression method that Samsung uses to pack firmware files. And that has been causing problems during installation with Odin, unsurprisingly. Here’s how you can fix Oreo firmware installation issue using Odin for Samsung Devices.
A senior member from XDA, murtaza02, actually figured it all out. Turns out, the Android oreo firmware files all have a .lz4 extension which is new. Thus, Odin has trouble reading them let alone unpacking and flashing them to your phone. murtaza02 has also mentioned how you can get around this problem and flash the Android Oreo firmware using Odin. The method is actually pretty simple if you know your files. You just have to unpack the firmware and repack it to an archive format that Odin can read. After that, it is the usual loading and flashing using Odin.


This isn’t a rooting tutorial, nor are we flashing any third-party mods or anything. Still, we will be kind of meddling with the firmware files which will then be flashed onto your phone. It shouldn’t but there is the slightest of possibility that something might go wrong, or you end up making the slightest of mistake. In any case, DroidViews cannot be held responsible for any damage to your phone.


  • A Samsung Galaxy device eligible for Oreo update.
  • The firmware files, of course, or the CRAP ROM as it is called in this case. Make sure that the firmware you download is exactly for your device. For example, if you have the Galaxy S8 with the model number G950F in Germany, you’ll need the G950FXXU1CRAP firmware.
  • A Windows PC.
  • Comsy’s Odin
  • Modded 7zip which can extract .lz4 archives.


  • Comsy’s Odin
  • 7zip (64-bit)
  • 7zip (32-bit)

How to Fix Oreo Firmware Installation Issue

  1. Download and install 7zip from the links provided above.
  2. Extract the downloaded firmware zip file and you will now have 5 files named AP, BL, CP, CSC_OXM, and HOME_CSC_OXM. All of these files will have a .tar.md5 extension.
  3. Rename all the files and remove .md5 from the names so that they simply become .tar files. For example, an AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar.md5 file should be renamed as AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar.
  4. Once renamed, extract the .tar files using 7zip into separate folders. You will get a folder and a few files from each extraction. For instance, extracting AP.tar will give you a folder named metadata, and files named userdata.img.lz4, system.img.lz4, recovery.img, boot.img.lz4

  1. Now extract each of the .lz4 files by right-clicking on them and selecting 7-zip Zstandard > Extract here.
  2. This will give you the original files compatible with Odin, without the .lz4 extensions. Delete or just simply move the lz4 files out of the extracted AP folder so that you are only left with the metadata folder and the files extracted from within the lz4 files.
  3. Repeat the same steps for the BL, CP, and CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM. You’ll only need either CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM so it would be a waste to extract and then repack both of these. If you use CSC_OXM you’ll have to wipe the data on your device. If you use HOME_CSC_OXM, you won’t have to wipe the data. 
  4. Now select all the files and the metadata folder and right click on either. Select 7-zip Zstandard > Add to archive.
  5. Give the new archive the name of the original file. For instance, if the AP file was named AP_G955FXXU1CRAP_CL12993656_QB16754780_REV00_user_low_ship_meta.tar, use the same name for your new archive file. From the drop-down menu right under the name field, select tar as the Archive format and click OK

  1. Once again, repeat the same steps for BL, CP, and CSC_OXM or HOME_CSC_OXM.
  2. You’ll now have 4 Odin-ready tar files that you can flash to your phone.

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    Stop WhatsApp from Sharing Your Data with Facebook

    Recently WhatsApp announced that it will start sharing your phone number and other data with its parent company Facebook. This announcement comes along with its new updated terms and conditions, this exchange of data would be used to better combat spam and help WhatApp learn about the habits of its users. This also paves way for companies to contact you directly through WhatsApp to send relevant data such as flight or delivery status and allow using bots in place of customer support on WhatsApp similar to what Facebook already allows on the Messenger.

    Meanwhile, Facebook also benefits with data where it can suggest better friends and show more appropriate ads to you. Although WhatsApp has gone forward with all this, they do state that all chats will keep following the same end-to-end encryption and will be totally hidden from Facebook or any third party advertisement software. All of WhatsApp’s new list of terms and conditions can be found on their website.
    Can we opt-out?

    Since the roll-out is gradual, many of you might have already received to accept the new terms and conditions. Fear not, you do get a 30-day window to go back to that page to retract it. Simply open you WhatsApp app, go to Settings > Account > Share my account info and untick that box. This stops WhatsApp from sharing your phone number and user data, but it may send other data to Facebook. If you use both applications on the same device a lot then it may happen more for you. But don’t forget you have only 30 days to opt out, after which you cannot reverse your decision.

    But if you haven’t received the new terms and conditions then at the bottom of the page you’ll find a checkbox which states in short ‘Share my WhatsApp account information with Facebook’ remember to uncheck that . Once again this just stops sharing of user data, such as your phone number, etc. Targeted ads maybe find their way to you and if you are a part of those few who are completely okay with their data being used then go ahead and leave that box unchecked. The decision is all yours.

    We would like to know which side you stand on, do let us know in the comments below about it and why you chose it.

    How to Disable WhatsApp Blue Ticks on Android 2016

    WhatsApp launched a new feature called ‘Read Receipt’ that allows users to see if a message that they have sent has been read by the receiver. This feature was implemented by the way of showing double blue ticks in the bottom-right corner of the WhatsApp message bubble. When your message has been read by the recipient, the double grey ticks will turn into double blue ticks.
    With the blue tick marks, it’s now easier to keep track of a conversation on WhatsApp. However, some users who love privacy found it annoying with the update. If you don’t like the ‘read receipt’ feature, you can easily disable the blue ticks on WhatsApp. Please note that once you disable this feature, you won’t be able to see the double blue check marks when you send a message as well.
    Here’s how you can disable WhatsApp blue ticks on your Android device.
    • Launch WhatsApp
    • Go To Settings -> Account -> Privacy
    • Untick the ‘Read Receipts’ option
    • whatsapp read receipt
    • Done! Now even if you have read the Whatsapp message, the sender will not receive a blue tick marks.
    This feature however doesn’t work in group conversations so the sender will still be able to see the blue ticks whenever all the members of the group read his or her message.

    WhatsApp problems And How To Solve Them

    WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps out there, with roughly 10 percent of human beings actively using it every month. Given this volume of use, it's clear it gets a lot of things right, but today we will be concentrating on what it gets wrong. Here are some of the most common WhatsApp problems on Android and their solutions.

    I can't install WhatsApp

    In order to download the latest version of WhatsApp, you need to have a smartphone running Android version 2.1 or higher. You can check your phone's current Android version in Settings > About Phone.
    If you're trying to install the WhatsApp app from the WhatsApp website, you'll need to have Unknown Sources enabled in your security settings. Go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources to activate it.
    WhatsApp Messenger Install on Google Play


    How do I install WhatsApp on a tablet?

    If you have a tablet that only works with Wi-Fi, you will have problems installing WhatsApp, because you generally need a SIM card and a phone number to activate your WhatsApp account.
    There is a solution to this problem. All you need is a working cell phone, your phone number, and our detailed guide on how to get WhatsApp on your tablet. A word of caution: if you play around with things that aren't normally allowed, you do so at your own risk.

    I can't connect to WhatsApp

    WhatsApp connection problems are usually caused by your Wi-Fi or network data connection. If you aren't able to send a message, here are a few solutions:
    • Make sure your phone is switched on (one for the newbies).
    • Install the latest version of the app from the Play Store (link above).
    • Check your internet connection, Wi-Fi or 3G (in Settings > Wireless and Network).
    • Make sure that a Task Killer app isn't affecting WhatsApp.
    • Empty the app cache (Settings > Applications > WhatsApp > Clear Cache).
    • Finally, the most extreme solution: uninstall the app and then reinstall it.

    WhatsApp doesn't recognize my contacts

    There are a few reasons why WhatsApp wouldn't recognize your contacts, so here is a simple checklist to make sure it does:
    • Make sure you have your contacts' correct contact numbers (the ones they use for WhatsApp).
    • Make sure that they are currently using WhatsApp.
    • Make sure you have the latest version of WhatsApp.
    • In your contact list, make sure all of you contacts are 'visible' and/or 'viewable'.
    • In your contact list, make sure all of your contact groups (friends, family, co-workers, etc) are set to 'visible' and/or 'viewable'.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp contacts show all contacts 

    How do I add international contacts in WhatsApp?

    We've all been there. You're traveling through South America on your gap year, and you're introduced to that guy in that hostel that you know you'll want to keep in touch with forever. You get his digits, and search for him in WhatsApp, but he's not there...
    The solution is simple: when adding international contacts, you must always make sure you include the correct regional code (for example, +51 for Peru), even if your current number uses the same code. It might help if the other person does the same for your number too.

    How do I block contacts in WhatsApp?

    People block contacts for any number of reasons. I'm not here to judge. The process is very simple. To block a contact, all you need to do is go to the conversation with the contact you wish to block, tap the options button (the three dots), tap More and then tap Block.
    You can add as many contacts as you like to this black list and then you won't receive any more messages from them. If you later decide you would like to unblock a contact, go back to the same place and choose Unblock.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp block contact daria 

    What does 'Last Seen' mean in WhatsApp?

    The 'Last Seen' time stamp tells you when a user was last using WhatsApp. This does not necessarily mean that they have read your messages, only that they opened the application.
    When you're in WhatsApp and one of your contacts also opens WhatsApp, you'll see their status change to 'Online' but again, this doesn't mean they're looking at your messages, just that they are using WhatsApp.

    How do I hide my Last Seen timestamp in WhatsApp?

    In WhatsApp, go to your Settings, then to Account, then to Privacy. In this menu, tap Last Seen and select Nobody from the options that pop up. This means that no one will be able to see the last time you had WhatsApp open. You won't be able to see when your contacts were last online either.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp last seen privacy settings 

    How do I pay for WhatsApp? 

    There are different payment possibilities: Google Wallet and sending a payment link. Some older versions of WhatsApp still support PayPal too.
    • The first will give you the option via your navigator to pay with your Paypal account or by credit card.
    • The second pertains to your Google Wallet account, for which you can subscribe for easier app purchasing (you will need to give Google your bank account information).
    • The third one will send you a purchase link via email.

    AndroidPIT WHatsApp payment info pay for a friend 

    What do the blue check marks mean in WhatsApp?

    There is a lot of confusion about what the two checks (or tick marks) in your WhatsApp message window mean. If you want a complete breakdown of all the markings in WhatsApp, take a look at our detailed What do the WhatsApp check marks mean? article, which also covers the microphone markings for audio messages.
    Here is a quick summary:
    • The clock symbol means your message is yet to be sent from your device.
    • One gray tick means that the message has been sent and has been received by the WhatsApp server.
    • Two gray ticks mean the message has been delivered to the intended device.
    • Two blue ticks mean that the recipient/recipients have seen the message. (In group conversations, this means when all participants in the group have viewed the message.)

    How do I stop people from knowing that I've read their messages?

    As of WhatsApp version 2.11.444, you can disable the WhatsApp blue check marks (read receipts) so that users do not know whether you have read your messages. This works both ways, so only disable this if you're OK with not knowing who has read your messages too. Go to Settings > Account > Privacy > Read Receipts.

    How do I delete my WhatsApp account?

    Firstly, deleting your WhatsApp account and deleting the WhatsApp app are two different things. If you make the decision to cut ties with WhatsApp, you can just uninstall if from your device. You will be able to download it again from the Play Store later if you want to, but this is not the same as deleting your account.
    • To uninstall the WhatsApp app from your phone: go to Settings > Apps > WhatsApp > Uninstall.
    • To delete your WhatsApp account entirely: go to WhatsApp > Menu > Settings > Account > Delete My Account and confirm your phone number. You also have the option to change your WhatsApp number associated with your account here.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp delete my account confirmation 

    How do I disable media auto-download in WhatsApp?

    While this is a super handy feature when connected to free Wi-Fi, auto-downloading media shared by your friends is not the best idea if you are near your data limit.
    To disable this feature, go to Settings > Chat Settings > Media Auto-Download, and configure the options to your preference. Note that voice messages are always automatically downloaded, but their file size is usually much smaller than that of pictures and videos.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp media auto download settings 

    How do I share and send any file in WhatsApp?

    WhatsApp has a relatively limited number of file types you can send: photos, videos, audio, map location, contact details. Even with those supported file types, WhatsApp heavily compresses them. But what if you want to send a PDF or a GIF?
    The easiest way to circumvent these limitations is to use an app.We recommend one called CloudSend, which links to a Dropbox account and then creates short-link URLs to any type of file you want to share, in WhatsApp or elsewhere. Simply grab the app, hit the share menu for the file and choose CloudSend.

    AndroidPIT WhatsApp file share cloudsend file options 
    CloudSend Install on Google Play If you have more questions, you can check out our forum or leave your requests in the comments below and we'll update this article with more solutions for your WhatsApp problems.