Transfer WhatsApp from your PC to your Samsung device

Whatsapp is hands down one of the most popular messaging apps worldwide. The app had gained its popularity due to its simple user-friendly interface, the fact that it can be downloaded over all devices and platforms and it is completely free of charge. With the new updates offered by WhatsApp, it has even become possible for users to make voice and video calls for free on international grounds without paying any money.

Not just limited to this, WhatsApp offers its users many more features such as free messaging all over the world, sending multimedia files such as pictures, videos, animated gifs, songs, and many other multimedia files.

Whatsapp users can even create groups on WhatsApp, adding all their favorite accounts or making a work or personal group on WhatsApp and being able to communicate with all the users at the same time.Whatsapp can be easily downloaded to all platforms. However, Samsung users who have purchased earlier models of Samsung face a lot of issues with the download of WhatsApp on their Samsung devices.

This is mainly due to the fact that the earlier models of Samsung did not come equipped with the android technology required to download WhatsApp on their devices directly from the android play store. This caused a massive uproar amongst Samsung users.

However, some developers and users have come up with an easy solution for this problem. Samsung users can download WhatsApp on their PC and then transfer the file to their Samsung devices and use the app seamlessly. If you want to try using this method for your Samsung devices

follow these simple steps below:

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  1. Download an android emulator on your PC. There are several android emulators on the market such as Andyroid, YouWave, BlueStacks, etc.
  2. Once you have downloaded an android emulator on your PC, search for the download of Whatsapp on that android emulator.
  3. Download the WhatsApp file on your computer completely.
  4. Now, you can either use Bluetooth to transfer the WhatsApp file from your computer to your Samsung device.
  5. Or else, you can connect your Samsung device to your laptop or PC using a USB cord. Now, copy and paste the WhatsApp file on your Samsung devices storage.
  6. The last option that you can try is to email the WhatsApp file to yourself, which you can download on your Samsung device.
  7. In the downloads folder of your Samsung device, you will find the WhatsApp file waiting for you.
  8. Click on this WhatsApp file and the installation process will begin on your Samsung device.
  9. Once the WhatsApp file has installed completely on your Samsung device, you can set it up and you will be ready to use WhatsApp for your Samsung device.

Whatsapp offers a lot of great features and benefits to users. From being able to chat with any of your WhatsApp contacts for free, to send files, documents, pictures, videos to your contacts with the simple click of a button. Keeping in touch with your near and dear ones has never been simpler. So download WhatsApp for your Samsung device today and enjoy!


HOW TO BACKUP YOUR COMPUTER FILES

Making promises and fulfilling it has always been my major problem. I make New Year’s resolution every year and I can’t remember fulfilling them. All I know is I keep repeating same thing year in year out. Many people our also have this problem. One thing I’m sure of is that ninety percent of people reading this article surfer the same thing. The worse thing about promises we fail to keep are things we must do. Promises like quit smoking, talk less, start exercising and much more. Before I rest I want you to consider this; when was the last time your data was backed up. Oh! You’re thinking. That’s exactly what I’m saying. We always promise ourselves to back up but we fail to achieve it.

Join me in make a new year’s resolution of backing up our data. Promise me you will back up your computer. Just before then, let me take you through the importance of backing up your data.. I will do this by telling you my experience. Last weekend I got saved by my automatic backup feature of the Microsoft Word.

After spending hours coming up with an article, my computer just froze and I have to force shutdown. The feature saved me extra hour work. Imagine how much data I would have lost if it was my hard drive that actually failed or a power surge with the fact that it has been almost a year I backed up last. Hard drive failure rate has been five to eight per thousand every year. This data cut across the high standard manufacturers too. The statistics might sound small but some people actually owned the five to eight failed hard drives. According to Computer Industry Almanac, US has about 185 million household PCs, going by our five to eight statistics that simply means about 150,000 hard drives fail every year. Guess you’re feeling lucky now. In case you are not aware, stereo speakers’ magnet, power surge as well as accidental nudge can cause damage on your data storage.

Even if you are affected by all this, about a tenth of all PCs experience minor data loss in a given year. With statistics from ONTRACK data recovery service, causes of data loss include; computer viruses (7%), software problems (14%), natural disasters (3%) and the most is plain old user error(32%). Probably, you never hit a wrong keyboard button, but do your computer have a bolt of lightning save button? I’m sure the answer is no.

The summary of the above is that our data is important and disaster can befall even the most noble and undeserving of us. So the main question is; how do we backup our data.

Fortunately, a bonus application called Automated Recovery Wizard is included in the Windows XP Backup utility. What this does is basically to initiate a backup by creating a bootable floppy in case the hard drive is to be replaced. Other disaster recovery options include BackUp MyPC from stomp (this goes for about $79) and Norton Ghost 9.0 from Symantec ($69.95). The Norton Ghost allows duplication of contents by computer users over the internet and both backup utility have earned top PC magazines’ reviews.

Don’t fail on the promise, backup your computer now. Delay is dangerous. Remember, our PCs are not just our office tool but the home of our treasured memories in different forms be it pictures, MP3, MP4 or even in text. It’s our duty to keep them safe. So what are you waiting for, get to your computer and initiate a backup right now.