How To Download Torrents in Mobile Phones directly

Hello everyone. A very warm welcome to you.
This is a post to show you  How To Download Torrents in Java, Windows, Symbian and Android Mobile Phones directly.


Download Torrents in MobileToday, All mobile phones especially smartphones are loaded with services such as WiFi and 3G. And downloading on them can be a big headache for you if you are still using the outdated GPRS. So today, I’ll share some applications by which you can directly download the torrents




How To Download Torrents In Android Mobiles

Transdroid is an Android app that support various clients including µTorrent, Transmission, rTorrent, Vuze, Deluge and BitTorrent .You can download multiple files simultaneously and monitor their speeds,peers and seeds.
To search files on torrents you can use the integrated search engine and it will automatically catch the download.



Download Torrents in Mobile

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How to install Apk files manually on your Android Phone

Hello friends. I hope you’re fine.In our inaugural post, we will go, back to basics and learn how to install non-market applications on your Android device. 

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If you own a Android phone or Tablet, you must’ve installed atleast one application from the Android Market a.k.a Google Play. The process is quite easy. Isn’t? First open the Play Store, search for your desired application, top on it, and at last tap on Install, in case of a free app, or tap Buy, in case of a paid app.
Although the Google Play Store offers thousands upon thousands of applications to choose from, 
sometimes you’ll want to break free and install applications that aren’t available on the Market. So now, I’ll show you how to install non-market applications.
 
Android applications are packaged in .apk files. Apk stands for Android application package file . If you have a web page that links to the .apk you can download and install it (you can also install a .apk file from your sdcard or your phone’s memory  by browsing to and tapping on it using a file manager). 
 

Android by default blocks manual installation of applications

Your Android phone is, by default, set to disallow any applications that aren’t from the Android Market. It is a very good feature to protect your phone and your data from unwanted external access and from those applications that could modift your data, acting more like a virus.None the less there are times where you might want to install third-party apps that aren’t sourced through the Market.
 

Disabling manual application blocking

If you attempt to load an APK file, you’ll get an error message like this: Continue reading