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  • Four million mobile phones will be out of service in Ethiopia

    Four million mobile phones will be out of service as Ethiopia is on the way to implement Equipment Identity Registration System (EIRS), according to the Reporter. Phones, whose International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is not identified by the System, will be obsolete, according to new directive by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT).

    Four million mobile phones will be out of service as Ethiopia is on the way to implement Equipment Identity Registration System (EIRS), according to the Reporter. Phones, whose International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is not identified by the System, will be obsolete, according to new directive by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT).

    The new system, which was said to enter into implementation last month, was delayed as EthioTelecom and local mobile assemblers are yet to agree on how to replace the four million phones.

    According to industry sources, the government and local assemblers will share the cost where users of unregistered mobile phones will be given the chance to exchange the unregistered mobile phones with the registered ones.

    “We are yet to agree on the terms,” an industry source said. For instance, as one option, Ethio Telecom would share 55 percent of the cost while the assemblers will take the rest.

    But this will be difficult for the local assemblers as most of them are not operational at the moment because of shortage of hard currency, said the same source.

    “This was one of the reasons behind the delay on the approval of the directive,” the same source told The Reporter.

    Currently, there are around 14 local mobile assemblers registered.

    According to studies conducted by local assemblers association, close to 65 percent of Ethiopian mobile market is filled by contraband mobile phones smuggled from neighboring countries. The remaining 31 percent of the market is commanded by 14 assemblers working in the mobile industry. Out of the 65 percent, the IMEI of some four million mobile phones could not be identified by the new System. (Reporter)

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  • Ethio Telecom to Undergo a Mobile Phone Registration

    Four million mobile phones will be out of service as Ethiopia is on the way to implement Equipment Identity Registration System (EIRS), according to the Reporter. Phones, whose International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is not identified by the System, will be obsolete, according to new directive by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT).

    Four million mobile phones will be out of service as Ethiopia is on the way to implement Equipment Identity Registration System (EIRS), according to the Reporter. Phones, whose International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is not identified by the System, will be obsolete, according to new directive by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT).

    The new system, which was said to enter into implementation last month, was delayed as EthioTelecom and local mobile assemblers are yet to agree on how to replace the four million phones.

    According to industry sources, the government and local assemblers will share the cost where users of unregistered mobile phones will be given the chance to exchange the unregistered mobile phones with the registered ones.

    “We are yet to agree on the terms,” an industry source said. For instance, as one option, Ethio Telecom would share 55 percent of the cost while the assemblers will take the rest.

    But this will be difficult for the local assemblers as most of them are not operational at the moment because of shortage of hard currency, said the same source.

    “This was one of the reasons behind the delay on the approval of the directive,” the same source told The Reporter.

    Currently, there are around 14 local mobile assemblers registered.

    According to studies conducted by local assemblers association, close to 65 percent of Ethiopian mobile market is filled by contraband mobile phones smuggled from neighboring countries. The remaining 31 percent of the market is commanded by 14 assemblers working in the mobile industry. Out of the 65 percent, the IMEI of some four million mobile phones could not be identified by the new System. (Reporter)

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  • How To Backup Your Android Device?

    Backup Android Device using Third party App

    There are lots of apps available that claim to back up all your data on Android, but we will recommend you “G Cloud Backup.” This app let, you to backup almost everything for instance contacts, whatsApp messages, photos & videos, music system settings etc. To do this, you need to just follow simple steps below.

    G-cloud

    Step 1: Install the G Cloud Backup app (free)” from the Play Store. Once done, you have to launch the app and sign up with Facebook or Gmail.

    G-Cloud

     Step 2: Now, grant the app permissions. Then, select the data whatever you want to backup and tap on floating save icon to start the backup process.

    Backup-files-with-G-Cloud

     

    Step 3: Take a note here that your data will sync to app’s cloud storage. This app offers 1 GB free cloud storage, if you want more cloud storage then you need to buy paid subscription plan (starting at $1.99).  You can either earn free space, by doing some certain task for instance invite a friend, installing a sponsored app.

    By default, the data is only backed up when your device is charging and connected to Wi-Fi network. You can change the options from the setting page. There is also an option to select auto backup, delete files that are backed up and also secure your files through passcode.

    Back-your-Android-device

     Well, what we liked about G Cloud? It’s a free app that lets you backup almost everything, including videos, images, and other data. If you wish to back up your Android data on SD card instead of cloud storage. Alternatively, you can use Helium (Free Version) or Easy Backup (Free). But keep in the mind that they don’t backup everything. 

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  • EASIEST WAY TO DOWNLOAD FACEBOOK VIDEOS (WITHOUT ANY TOOL)

    Hello and welcome everyone to GiTech101 in today’s tutorial we are going to discuss the Easiest Way To Download Facebook Videos and guess what no software or tools required. This method is just a simple URL edit method. After applying this simple trick you can easily download most of the facebook videos without any tool.

    The tutorial is very easy anyone who has a basic computer knowledge can do this very easily, Do ask your queries in the comment section and we will try to solve it asap. Comments and suggestions are always welcomed.

    Things We Need??

    1. Laptop/Pc
    2. Any Web Browser(Chrome recommended)

    So without any further do, Let’s get started…

    Easiest Way To Download Facebook Videos (Without Any Tool)

    Step 1: Choose the desired video that you want to download and then right click on the video and click on “Show video URL“. Now Copy the whole URL

    Step 2: Suppose my URL is https://www.facebook.com/abcdef/videos/00121222323233/. All I have to do is simply copy the number part 00121222323233 and paste it somewhere.

    Step 3: Now copy this https://x.facebook.com/video/video.php?v= , All you have to do is after equal sign paste the number that you had copied earlier. e.g https://x.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=00121222323233 , Now Copy the whole URL and open it in a new tab.

    Step 4: Now play the Video > Right Click on the video > click on “Save video as” and Save the video that’s it. 

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  • How To Make Fake Facebook Messenger Conversations On Android

     There are thousands of apps on Google Play Store you can try to fool your friends with fake conversation. But one app named Yazzy – The fun App is the only one app which can make.

     Fake Facebook Messenger Conversations.

     Fake WhatsApp Conversations.

     Fake Status on Facebook.

     Fake Android SMS.

     Fake Tweet.

     Fake Hangout conversations.

    But today I am gonna tell you about how you can fool your friend by creating Fake Fb messenger Conversations. The Procedure is same for all other accounts.

    Steps to Use Yazzy

    Step one, Just download the app and install in your android mobile

    1. First of all, download the Yazzy App Here – YAZZY.

    2. After the installation, Open the App and tap on the top left to get more options.

    How-To-Make-Fake-Facebook-Messenger-Conversations-On-Android-4

     

    3. Go to settings and un-check the include water mark. Because nobody wants the watermark.

    4. After that, go back to the front page and tap on the messenger option.

    5. Now add the picture of the person you want and also add his name. You can see in the picture I use Mark Zuckerberg name.

    How-To-Make-Fake-Facebook-Messenger-Conversations-On-Android

    6. Now Swipe to go on messages. In it add any message you want to set from your victim. After that click on the left + button. Then add another message from your side (You can also add someone else here too). And then click on the Right + button. Make a fake conversation like that in your own way.

    How-To-Make-Fake-Facebook-Messenger-Conversations-On-Android-3

     

    7. Click on the Next button on the top right of the screen once you have made the conversation.

    8. At last click on the refresh button to see how your conversation looks like, if it’s great, Save it. If not, edit again.

     In this way you can make fake Fb conversations. One more thing I want to say that this App is just for fun purpose only. Enjoy it with your friends and family. Make them fool with this prank but, Don’t use it to cause any harm for someone and also don’t hurt their feelings. Don’t forget to share the post

     

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