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Posted July 13, 2012 by Ramandeep Singh in Android Tips
 
 

Download Files From File Hosting/ Sharing Sites on Your Android Devices

Are you a regular subscriber to internet packages on your android phone? Does your package get wasted every time with lots of usage left? Would you like to use them by downloading files on your phone with the data package you have subscribed to, from your carrier and save your home dial up or broadband usage? But do you get disappointed when you see the download link which is not from media fire? As you all know you need to wait for a certain period on file hosting sites to download the data or a file from the hosting sites.

I am sure that many of you have already tried to do this but each and every time you get stuck with the time or you see the timing not streaming. Well, we here at TechClap have come out, with a successful way to download files from the file hosting sites directly into your android devices using your data package. Following the below guide will certainly help you to save your home dial up or broadband usage. The below guide will help you to utilize your huge internet packages provided by your network provider.

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One does not need to download any external application for downloading the files from file hosting sites as your smart phone is smart enough to do it with its stock application. Are you wondering which application is that? Well, the application is non other than the stock internet browsing app, which most us ignore. We do agree that some time the stock browser is quite slow but it does have some good features in it.

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I am sure that more of you would be wondering why the timing does not move in other browser and how does it move swiftly in the stock browser? It, is just because of the java script being disabled. Unfortunately, not many android browsers supports or comes with java scripts, which is the main reason for you to not being able to download files from hosting sites directly in your android.

Good news is that the default browser or the stock browser which comes in your android device supports java script. Using the default browser or the stock browser in the android OS will solve the problem and using the default browser one can see the timing streaming  easily and one can download the files from file hosting services very easily. Now one can make the most usage of their internet package which they are subscribed to on their phone’s. By doing this, it can help one to save his dial up or broadband usage at home. We have successfully tested this method and the testing involved downloading files from Filestube, HotFile, Deposit Files and many other such file hosting sites.

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That’s it! Now, you download files from file hosting sites directly into your android device using your data package. We recommend users to please make sure that they have subscribed to a internet package from their network provider or else the user may be charged for the usage. If you have any issues following the guide, please do reach us out and we will be more than happy to help you out.

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Meet Ramandeep Singh, the face behind TechClap. The Founder and the Editor-in-Chief of this website 'TechClap' which is dedicated to providing the most reliable and comprehensive information and analysis related to technology. A passionate and dynamic blogger, he aims to deliver quality content to IT professionals and those who share his passion for technology and gadgets.