How To Disable WhatsApp Calling Feature in the Latest Version

WhatsApp calls could sometimes be annoying and sometimes you feel like throwing your smartphone away and log on Nokia 3310 to avoid such free calls.

People who are idle would always love to call someone freely on WhatsApp

and when you happened to be the person, you would have to stop working to cut their 100s of calls.

The App developer has failed to provide a feature to let users disable the calling feature but we are presenting you with simple means to disable the calling feature.
WhatsApp

Steps

1- Open the app
2- Go to Settings
3- Notifications – Turn all off
4- Chats – turn calling notification off
5- Restart your device

That’s All please don’t forget to Share with friends who are struggling to turn OFF this feature.

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What To Consider Before Buying A Smartphone.

Due to the large number of smartphone companies, we get confused when we want to buy a smartphone.

Today, I’m gonna list the things to consider before buying a smartphone and what you need to know before making up your mind.

THINGS TO CONSIDER:

1. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO USE IT FOR?

Do you want to use your phone just to make calls and receive calls? Or do you need your phone to send text messages only? Alternatively, do you want to use your cellphone to take pictures? Browse the internet?
The thing with smartphone technology these days is that there are so many phones in the market and they are all the ‘best’ at one thing or the other. Some phones have the best cameras, the best internet browsers etc. In choosing your mobile phone, focus on what you want to use it for. If you understand exactly what skills and capabilities you’d like to see in your new phone, it’ll help you avoid paying too much for features you don’t want or need.
For a good balance, we like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, Huawei Ascend Mate 2, Nokia Lumia 1520. For iPhone loyalists, consider the iPhone 6 Plus. For monetary considerations try the Tecno Phantom Z and the Blackberry Z3.

2. WHAT’S THE BATTERY LIFE?

With many smartphones having dual-core, quad-core (hardcore any time soon?) processors and big screens, smartphones have never been more powerful–or more power hungry. Yes, specs and apps matter, but what good are they if you’re looking for a charger by midday?
One way to tell how much battery life your smartphone will provide on a charge is to take a look at the battery capacity. Typical phone batteries start in the neighborhood of 1,700mAh and go all the way up to 3,500mAh. Generally, the closer you get to 3,000 mAh (milliamp hours) — or above the better. In The Laptop Mag battery test, the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 topped the list and lasted for 14 hours and 43 minutes. Other phones that put up a good showing in the test include the Sony Xperia Z3 (12 hours , 9 minutes), Nokia Lumia 1520 (11hours, 28 minutes), Samsung Galaxy S5 (10 hours, 50 minutes), HTC One M8 (10 hours, 50 minutes), and Apple iPhone 6 Plus (10 hours).

3. DOES SIZE MATTER?

All pun intended. Big-screen phones are growing on shoppers. In fact, phablets (phones with displays 5 inches or larger) now account for about 20% of all smartphones sold in the Nigerian market. Bigger phone screens give you a lot more real estate for watching movies, playing games and enjoying photos. The trade-off is that the phone isn’t easy to operate with one hand, tends to be heavier and can be a tight fit for front pockets.
Large (Over 5.1-inches): So-called “phablets” (phone + tablets) have bigger screens, which provide a generous viewing area and easier on-screen typing. But they can be bulky.
Standard Size (4.5 to 5.1 inches): The mainstream size for flagship phones like the Galaxy S5, Nokia Lumia and HTC One.
Compact Size (Below 4.5 inches): Many phones, including the 4-inch iPhone and the 4.3-inch HTC One Mini provide smaller, more pocket-friendly form factors.

4.WHAT OPERATING SYSTEM SHOULD YOU USE?

If you’re buying a smartphone, the operating system can make a big difference in how you use your device. At the moment there are four major operating systems vying for your attention. Here’s a brief overview of what each one has to offer.
Android
  • Open source platform that allows third-party developers to create apps and tools
  • Designed as a consumer- and social network-centric platform
  • Easy to customize to match your needs and tastes
  • Over a million apps available via the Google Play store
Apple iOS
  • Integrates iTunes app and Safari mobile Web browser
  • The same technology powers all Apple devices for seamless communication between Apple devices
  • Thousands of officially approved apps available via the App Store
BlackBerry
  • Created for business users for easy access to e-mail and text messaging
  • Updated BlackBerry 10 operating system creates a more interactive, user-friendly experience
  • Ideal for international use
Windows Phone
  • Personalized, user-friendly experience that communicates seamlessly with Microsoft computers and other devices
  • Easily customizable touch-screen interface
  • SkyDrive app allows easy management of documents, photos and videos

CAMERA

A phone’s camera depends on a whole host of variables. Though you might think that more megapixels is better, that’s not always the case. You can get sharper images from a 5-megapixel camera than from an 8-megapixel shooter, so it’s better to concentrate on other specs such as the quality of the lens as well as the camera sensor.

STORAGE & EXPANSION

Given that you’ll store everything from photos and music to videos and apps on your smartphone, opt for as much internal memory and upgradable memory as you can. I recommend you choose a device that has a microSD card slot.

Tecno Camon C9 MIGHT Come With An Iris Scanner

The Tecno Camon C9 is one of the most anticipated devices of this year with new Leaked specs dropping almost every week.

Tecno Camon C9

First, it was said that the camon C9 would have a dual front camera setup and a fingerprint scanner however that turned out to be false, now it is rumored that the Tecno Camon C9 will come with an eye scanner which allows you to encrypt and unlock your phone with your eyes.

Tecno Camon C9 eye scanner

Note that this is an unofficial source so remember to take it with a pinch of salt.

How to Remove Background from any Image on Android Phones

Removal of background from any image is now simple on android. You don’t need a computer to perform this task when you got your android device. With this, you can easily fix any type of background for your image and post online.

Recently, I came across an android app codename “Background eraser”. This app helps to erase background from an image by cutting or trimming the main character on the image and placing the image on a transparent background.

Having erased the background from the image, you can easily make use of the image as stamps with any other app to make photomontage, collage. This is an enhanced feature and you get to run any other photo editing task on android, even without the help of computer’s Corel draw.

Some other features of Background eraser includes auto mode, erase similar pixel automatically, extraction mode, object selection for removal and many more.

Where to download Background eraser?

You can download background eraser from Play Store

Happy Trimming and cropping
Enjoy.
Practice makes Improvement .