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Send message to yourself in WhatsApp

Sending a WhatsApp message to yourself can be helpful in some cases. Many people used to send SMS to their own number if they wanted to take a note of something. Some people also send an email to themselves to take a note of something. But sending a WhatsApp message to yourself is not straight forward. In this post, I am going to tell you how you can send a message to yourself in WhatsApp. Quick Method to Send Message to Yourself Download the " Click to Chat " application from Google Play Store. Open the app and enter your number. Click the open button and send the message. Different ways of sending a message to yourself Method 1: From Contacts This is the easiest method. It might not work on all devices. But the trick is to save your number in the contacts and then click the WhatsApp message button to send a message to yourself. Method 2: Using an app Download the " Click to Chat "  app from Play Store.  Open the app and enter y

Date to Calendar by Umer Softwares

Application name: Date to Calendar Created by: Hafiz MuhammadUmer Programming Language: Java System Requirements: Java Runtime Environment (jre) . Download jre 8 from here.   Download jre 9 from here. Minimum jre version:  jre1.8.0_144 Downloads: Click here to download as jar file. Compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac. Click here to download as exe file. Compatible with Windows only. Explanation: This is my first GUI application in java. It takes the date from the user and displays the calendar. The calculations are based on Umer's Algorithm for Date to Day conversion . The program comes with a beautifully designed user interface giving you a good user experience. The program is made user friendly. The processing power of the program lies in its powerful algorithm which is able to calculate the accurate calendar upto 10^100,000 A.D within one second. The program is not based on approximations i.e. it is 100% precise. Features: When the appli

How to transfer your installed Android apps from one phone to another via WhatsApp

Sharing your installed apps to your friends via WhatsApp can be useful in many cases. Some internet providers give special packages for WhatsApp. In this case you can share your apps via WhatsApp instead of downloading it from Play Store. Follow the procedure below to share your installed Android apps via WhatsApp:   Steps for sender: 1. First you will have to install an app "Bluetooth app sender" on your phone. You  can download it from the button below 2. Open  the app and select the application you want to send and then press the send button. 3. Select WhatsApp. 4. Select the contact to which you have to send the app and then click the send button. The app will be send to that contact. Steps for receiver: The receiver must enable installation from unknown sources in Android Settings in order to install the app. 1. When you receive an app via WhatsApp, click on it to install it. 2. If you cannot open it directly from WhatsApp open

How to enable "Allow installation from unknown sources" in Android device

To enable "Allow installation from unknown sources" in Android phone settings,  follow these steps: 1.  Open settings in your phone and open the security settings. 2.  Click on unknown sources to enable it. 3.  If it gives a warning click on Ok. Installation from unknown sources has been enabled in your phone now you can install apks in it.

How to transfer installed apps from one android phone to another

Generally most of the android users install apps from the Play Store. Android does  not have any built in functionality that allows you to transfer installed apps from one phone to another. But we can use some third party apps to get the job done. 1. SHAREit: It is the best app and has the most user friendly interface. It must be installed in the mobile phones of both sender and receiver. In case it is not present in the receiver's phone, you can transfer it by using its built in method for the purpose. After opening the app you can use the send or receivr buttons to send and receive files respectively. 2. ES File Explorer: To share your installed apps via ES File Explorer, you can use its Sender feature. 1. Open the "Sender" from main screen in the app. 2. The receiver will click on receive. 3. On the other hand, the sender will click on send. 4. You can move in the app section, select the app you want to share and click on send a

How to backup installed Android apps to apks in your Android phone or tablet

Backing up your apps is very useful in many cases. You may backup your apps and transfer them to your PC so that you do not have to download them again in case they get uninstalled or damaged. If your phone is unable to install apps in SD card, you can backup your less used apps to SD card and then uninstall them. Then you can install them when you need them. In this article, I am going to tell you about some apps that you can use to backup your installed apps in your phone. 1. App Backup & Restore This is the best app I have found to do the job. It has a good user interface as you can see in the screenshot below: You can choose to store the backed up apps in the internal storage or memory card or in the USB. You can change the backup path and set automatic backup. It works well with SD card in Android Marshmallow. You can also sync your backed up apps with google drive. You can also instantly share the installed apps. 2. Apk Extractor: It is a ver