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January 16, 2015

PaidVerts Scam or Legit Review 2015

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Wait! Don't register yet in PaidVerts until you read this. I have a very good deal with you that both us will surely benefit.

Let me start this by saying that PaidVerts is a Legit company. It is owned by Jo Cook, who also owned another site known as My Traffic Value which is already established and paying on time till date.

I know you are familiar of getting commissions through your referrals. Instead of signing up to other group of members in PaidVerts and you will get nothing from them. My deal is, if you will sign up under me, I will share to you the commission I will earn from you.

In PaidVerts, once you buy a $1 Ad Pack, you will immediately receive a $1.55 worth of Ads GUARANTEED.

But of course, you can still earn in PaidVerts without even investing. You can earn $0.005 to $200 per 30 second Ads. I have tips for you as you read this till the end.


My Proposal To You

PaidVerts will pay 10% commission on every purchase you made. And you will get 5% percent from me. You just need to provide your username for me to check in my account and I will send your percentage directly to your Paypal account. Sounds a great deal, right?

For example, you will purchase in PaidVerts for a $20 Ad Packs.

10% of 20 = $2 This would me my commission

I will send to you the $1 via Paypal.

You can Register Here and let's start.

Plus, you will get my full time support in understanding how PaidVerts works.

Why would you choose to sign up under me? Because I am the only one in PaidVerts who are offering this kind of opportunity.

Check out PaidVerts Top Earner. Those are real number of their commissions. That Jo is Jo Cook, the founder of the site.


Understanding PaidVerts

PaidVerts is the only PTC program that issues ads worth DOLLARS and not Pennies. But of course, in order to achieve this you need to increase your

It is a 100% passive income with No sponsoring required to earn. But building your referrals would also be a great way to earn. Even free member have an opportunity to earn.

Payment Processors:

PayPal, STP, Payza, Perfectmoney, Egopay, Bitcoin, Bank Wire, Western Union with more on the way

Referral Bonuses:

Earn 10% of every Ad Pack your referrals buy and 5% of every click they make.

Highlights:

- A Highly-level PTC program and Revenue share.

- Responsive Advertising. Get more leads with your other programs using PV!

- High Quality Ads. Prove your value to advertisers and get ads worth $1, $5, $10 etc The biggest users receive ads worth $20 – $200 DAILY

- Purchase $1 Ad Packs – 3100 BAP ( Bonus Ad Points). That's 50 website visits, banner views

- Each $1 ad pack purchased sends $1.55 worth of ads (Total ROI – 155%) immediately in your account.

- FREE members can start out earning .20 day and grow their accounts

- Several Payment Processor Selection

- Withdraw to any processor you like (whether or not you deposited using that processor)


BAP (Bonus Ad Points) would be the very important part in PaidVerts. Because the more your BAP, the bigger the worth of ADS you will receive daily.

Below are the rough estimation of earning according to what BAP Group you belong.

BAP Group                                    Earning Per User

1600 to 6400              >>>>>>>>  $0.1324514039
6400 to 12000            >>>>>>>>  $0.2514092446
12000 to 24000          >>>>>>>>  $0.466744186
24k to 48k                  >>>>>>>>  $0.5592476489
48k to 96k                  >>>>>>>>  $0.8745098039
96k to 180k                >>>>>>>>  $1.5118644068
180k to 360k              >>>>>>>>  $2.0427480916
360k to 720k              >>>>>>>>  $4.3512195122
720k to 1.5m              >>>>>>>>  $9.2566037736
1.5m to 3m                 >>>>>>>>  $15.61
3m to 6m                    >>>>>>>>  $27.875
6m to 20m                  >>>>>>>>  $33.45
20m +                         >>>>>>>>  $120


For you to start receiving $1+ ads, you need to have 100,000+ BAP (Right around $32 worth of adpacks if you were to buy them outright).
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January 12, 2015

Best PPD in 2015 - Cash9 Pay Per Download (PPD) and Payment Proof

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Cash9 is one of the Pay Per Download (PPD) sites I've known on the internet. In case you don't know how it works, you are getting paid on this site for every successful download made on your Files. That's very simple, right?

There are only three things you need to remember,
Upload >> Share >> Get Paid.

Cash9 has new great features, best offers, best payout, responsive design Android apps, big community such as chat, forum, messages and tickets. I just registered today on this site and I find it very easy to use. I am still uploading my files so that I will be getting paid on every successful download. You can earn up to $20 per download as what I have understand. Some of the PPD Networks also earn an average of $1 per download. So I think Cash9 is a very good PPD site for me.

How will you get paid? They have Paypal for payment minimum of $5 and there is no additional charge for that. Below are the schedules of your payment depending on the amount you withdraw.

ScheduleMinimumMethod
NET-15: for minimum 5$Minimum payout is 5$Payout method is: Paypal
NET-7: for minimum 20$No feesFor more than 300$ you can
acquire Wire Transfer or
Western Union via tickets.
*Bi-weekly: for minimum 20$


What I also like about Cash9 is that you can start immediately once you created your account unlike other PPD. This is because they are still starting this site and they are not too strict compared to the other PPD.

I researched about this site and also found some payment proofs. For now, I did not see any complaints so far. So, I conclude that is a Legit Company that you can count on. Anyways, I am already a member on this site and I will be posting my payment proof on Cash9 here once I will get paid. Below is the payment proof.

Credit: Dragonu
So what are waiting for? Don't waste your time thinking for another way to earn. Register Now and Start Earning.

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How to Hard Reset (Factory Reset) Gionee M2

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Restoring the default settings or factory reset your device will delete all your existing files. It is recommended to backup your important files on your computer before attempting to reset your device.


Hard Reset:

>>> Press and hold Volume Up + Power key

>>> An Android recovery logo will appear

>>> Tap the Home key for recovery menu

>>> Navigate to Wipe data/factory reset using the volume down and tap Menu key to confirm

>>> Select Yes -- Delete all user data and tap Menu Key for confirm

>>> Your device will reboot
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January 11, 2015

How to Troubleshoot Mobile Hotspot Connection on Nokia Lumia 635

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If you are having hard time to share your internet connection to your friends, then try these troubleshooting steps below:

> First switch the Battery saver mode OFF, then connect a charger to your phone.

   - To to turn off: Tap Settings battery saver Off.

> Check if you have a strong signal on your Nokia Lumia 530. Try to move around if you have a weak signal.

> Keep your phone in the idle mode, incoming or outgoing call will interrupt the data transfer until the call ends.

> Try to check if you have the cellular data indicator (E, 2G, 3G, H+, 4G). If you have, change the mobile network connection from 3G/4G to 2G and back again.

   - This is to make sure that your phone is connecting correctly to the network.
   - To do this, go to Settings mobile network (or mobile+SIM or cellular or cellular+SIM).

> Make sure that the internet sharing security type (if not selectable, WPA2 is used) and password settings match between the connecting device and your phone.

   - To check this, go to Settings internet sharing.

> Make sure that the operator mobile data plan subscription allows Wi-Fi tethering and your network operator has enabled internet sharing on the phone.

> If possible, try to create a connection with some other device or force the connecting device Wi-Fi adapter to use 802.11g standard - disable 802.11n mode.

   - On a Windows PC, go to Control Panel Network and Internet > Network Connections, and right click your active Wireless Network Connection and open Properties Configure Advanced, then select 802.11n and set value to Disabled.
   - Once ready, press OK.

> Then try to connect again, as internet sharing switches off after 5 minutes of inactivity.
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How to Troubleshoot Mobile Hotspot Connection on Nokia Lumia 630

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If you are having hard time to share your internet connection to your friends, then try these troubleshooting steps below:

> First switch the Battery saver mode OFF, then connect a charger to your phone.

   - To to turn off: Tap Settings battery saver Off.

> Check if you have a strong signal on your Nokia Lumia 530. Try to move around if you have a weak signal.

> Keep your phone in the idle mode, incoming or outgoing call will interrupt the data transfer until the call ends.

> Try to check if you have the cellular data indicator (E, 2G, 3G, H+, 4G). If you have, change the mobile network connection from 3G/4G to 2G and back again.

   - This is to make sure that your phone is connecting correctly to the network.
   - To do this, go to Settings mobile network (or mobile+SIM or cellular or cellular+SIM).

> Make sure that the internet sharing security type (if not selectable, WPA2 is used) and password settings match between the connecting device and your phone.

   - To check this, go to Settings internet sharing.

> Make sure that the operator mobile data plan subscription allows Wi-Fi tethering and your network operator has enabled internet sharing on the phone.

> If possible, try to create a connection with some other device or force the connecting device Wi-Fi adapter to use 802.11g standard - disable 802.11n mode.

   - On a Windows PC, go to Control Panel Network and Internet > Network Connections, and right click your active Wireless Network Connection and open Properties Configure Advanced, then select 802.11n and set value to Disabled.
   - Once ready, press OK.

> Then try to connect again, as internet sharing switches off after 5 minutes of inactivity.
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January 10, 2015

How to Hard Reset (Factory Reset) HTC Desire 320

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Resetting your HTC Desire 320 would be the best solution if you are having problem with slow performance, or keeps on freezing.

A factory reset reverts the phone back to its original state — the state before you turned on the phone for the first time.

Make sure that you have back up all your important files before resetting your HTC Desire 320. Below are the files that will be removed after the reset performed.

> Your Google Account
> All accounts you've added in Settings > Accounts & sync and the data associated with these accounts
> Personal data that you've created or synced to the phone such as your profile, contacts, messages, email, calendar events, and more
> System and application data and settings
> Downloaded apps

Files such as your music, photos, videos, and documents will also be deleted if you select the Erase all data option.

How to perform the Factory Reset on HTC Desire 320

> Go to Settings, and then tap Backup & reset.
> Tap Reset phone.
> If you also want to delete media and other data on HTC Desire 320, select Erase all data.
> To delete media and other data on your storage card, tap Erase SD card.
> Tap OK to confirm.

How to perform the Hard Reset on HTC Desire 320 Using Buttons

Use this option if you can’t access the settings on your HTC Desire 320.

Important: The Fast boot option in Settings > Power must not be selected.

> Turn off your phone.
> Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then press and hold the POWER button.
> Wait for the screen with the three Android images to appear, and then release the POWER and VOLUME DOWN buttons.
> Press VOLUME DOWN to select FACTORY RESET, and then press the POWER button.
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How to Factory Reset (Hard Reset) Samsung Galaxy Grand Max SM-G720N0

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Restoring the default settings or factory reset your device will delete all your existing files. It is recommended to backup your important files on your computer before attempting to reset your device.

The steps below are the instructions on how to factory resetyour device:

Step 1. On your Homescreen, tap on MENU icon.

Step 2. Select "Settings", then scroll down and tap "Backup and reset" option.

Step 3. Then tap on “Factory Data Reset”.

Step 4. Read warning carefully before tapping the “Reset Device”.

Step 5. If you want to proceed in resetting your device, tap on “Delete All” to confirm the Reset.

Now, you just need to wait while your device is resetting. It should reboot itself and you will have a new start on your device.

You may also use the shortcut method using the code: Enter *2767*3855# on your device.


Hard Reset:


1. Turn off your device.

2. Then press and hold Volume Down + Home Button + Power On.

3. Wait for a few seconds until the Factory reset menu appears.

4. Select "wipe data/factory reset" by using the Volume Down button.
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January 5, 2015

How to Factory Reset (Hard Reset) Samsung Galaxy S5 Duos

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Restoring the default settings or factory reset your device will delete all your existing files. It is recommended to backup your important files on your computer before attempting to reset your device.

The steps below are the instructions on how to factory resetyour device:

Step 1. On your Homescreen, tap on MENU icon.

Step 2. Select "Settings", then scroll down and tap "Backup and reset" option.

Step 3. Then tap on “Factory Data Reset”.

Step 4. Read warning carefully before tapping the “Reset Device”.

Step 5. If you want to proceed in resetting your device, tap on “Delete All” to confirm the Reset.

Now, you just need to wait while your device is resetting. It should reboot itself and you will have a new start on your device.

You may also use the shortcut method using the code: Enter *2767*3855# on your device.


Hard Reset:


1. Turn off your device.

2. Then press and hold Volume Down + Home Button + Power On.

3. Wait for a few seconds until the Factory reset menu appears.

4. Select "wipe data/factory reset" by using the Volume Down button.
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How to Factory Reset (Hard Reset) Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini

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Restoring the default settings or factory reset your device will delete all your existing files. It is recommended to backup your important files on your computer before attempting to reset your device.

The steps below are the instructions on how to factory resetyour device:

Step 1. On your Homescreen, tap on MENU icon.

Step 2. Select "Settings", then scroll down and tap "Backup and reset" option.

Step 3. Then tap on “Factory Data Reset”.

Step 4. Read warning carefully before tapping the “Reset Device”.

Step 5. If you want to proceed in resetting your device, tap on “Delete All” to confirm the Reset.

Now, you just need to wait while your device is resetting. It should reboot itself and you will have a new start on your device.

You may also use the shortcut method using the code: Enter *2767*3855# on your device.


Hard Reset:


1. Turn off your device.

2. Then press and hold Volume Down + Home Button + Power On.

3. Wait for a few seconds until the Factory reset menu appears.

4. Select "wipe data/factory reset" by using the Volume Down button.
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January 4, 2015

How to Troubleshoot Mobile Hotspot Connection on Nokia Lumia 530

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If you are having hard time to share your internet connection to your friends, then try these troubleshooting steps below:

> First switch the Battery saver mode OFF, then connect a charger to your phone.

   - To to turn off: Tap Settings battery saver Off.

> Check if you have a strong signal on your Nokia Lumia 530. Try to move around if you have a weak signal.

> Keep your phone in the idle mode, incoming or outgoing call will interrupt the data transfer until the call ends.

> Try to check if you have the cellular data indicator (E, 2G, 3G, H+, 4G). If you have, change the mobile network connection from 3G/4G to 2G and back again.

   - This is to make sure that your phone is connecting correctly to the network.
   - To do this, go to Settings mobile network (or mobile+SIM or cellular or cellular+SIM).

> Make sure that the internet sharing security type (if not selectable, WPA2 is used) and password settings match between the connecting device and your phone.

   - To check this, go to Settings internet sharing.

> Make sure that the operator mobile data plan subscription allows Wi-Fi tethering and your network operator has enabled internet sharing on the phone.

> If possible, try to create a connection with some other device or force the connecting device Wi-Fi adapter to use 802.11g standard - disable 802.11n mode.

   - On a Windows PC, go to Control Panel Network and Internet > Network Connections, and right click your active Wireless Network Connection and open Properties Configure Advanced, then select 802.11n and set value to Disabled.
   - Once ready, press OK.

> Then try to connect again, as internet sharing switches off after 5 minutes of inactivity.
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