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How To Download Facebook Videos On iPhone

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How To Download Facebook Videos On iPhone

Do you want to download videos from Facebook? Using the “Share” button, you can easily share videos on Facebook. But what if you wanted to show that video to someone who wasn’t online? This procedure requires a little more effort. If you’re wondering how to download a video on your Android or iPhone, here’s a simple method.

There are numerous apps available for downloading Facebook videos. However, be cautious because they may jeopardize your smartphone’s security and make you vulnerable to cyberattacks. As a result, we do not recommend using such apps or software. Instead of installing a new app, you can simply download the videos.

The process of downloading a Facebook video on an iPhone is quite similar to the one on Android phones.

  1. On the Facebook app, and tap on the video that you want to download onto your phone
  2. You will see the “Share” option just below the video. Tap it and then tap Copy Link in the options that pop up
  3. Open fbdown.net in the address bar of the Safari browser in your phone
  4. You will get a bar where you can paste the link, and click Download
  5. The next page will give you options to download the video in normal quality or in HD quality. Tap on the option of your choice
  6. The video will start playing. Go to the progress bar on the bottom of the video, and tap the three dots. You can then select the option Save to Files
  7. Once it is downloaded on your phone, you can find the video in the Photos app

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Micromax In Note 1 Pro India Launch Tipped for End of September

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Micromax In Note 1 Pro India Launch Tipped for End of September

Micromax In Note 1 Pro is likely to be a slightly upgraded model of the Micromax In Note 1 launched last year.

Micromax In Note 1 Pro is reported to be in the works. The company is looking to launch a new smartphone in the ‘In’ series and it is likely to be called the Micromax In Note 1 Pro. A vague launch timeline has surfaced online and the phone has also been spotted on Geekbench benchmarking site. Micromax In Note 1 Pro, judging by the name, will likely be an upgrade to the Micromax In Note 1 phone that was launched in India in November last year.

Tipster Mukul Sharma tweeted that a new Micromax smartphone is likely to launch in September. This new smartphone, in all likelihood, may be called the Micromax In Note 1 Pro. The tipster suggests that the phone may launch as soon as end of this month. Micromax has made no announcements regarding the launch of a new phone in the ‘In’ series.

Micromax In Note 1 Pro was recently spotted on Geekbench, further attesting to the claims of an imminent launch. The phone is listed on the benchmarking site with the model number E7748 and it leaks key specifications of the phone. The handset is tipped to be powered by the MediaTek MT6785 SoC, which could be the MediaTek Helio G90 chipset. In addition, Micromax In Note 1 Pro is listed to pack 4GB RAM and run on the dated Android 10 operating system. On Geekbench, Micromax In Note 1 Pro achieved a single-core score of 519 and a multi-core score of 1,673. It is likely that Micromax will launch the phone with Android 11 software in the market.

These specifications suggest that Micromax In Note 1 Pro may be a mid-range device with slightly upgraded specifications than Micromax In Note 1. To recall, Micromax In Note 1 was launched with a MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, 4GB RAM, and a quad camera setup on the back with a 48-megapixel main camera. At the front, it features a 16-megapixel selfie camera and the phone packs a 5,000mAh battery. It sports a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, 128GB internal storage, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

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How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos From Google Photos

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How to Recover Deleted Photos and Videos From Google Photos

Google Photos is one of the most preferred cloud storage options for backing up your photos and videos, especially for Google Pixel phones and other Android users.  This platform can be used to archive old photos and access them anytime using any device that lets you sign you in to your Google account.

Google Photos neatly categorises photos based on faces, places, time, and several other album options. Even the photos and videos you delete from the Google Photos app are kept in the Trash folder for 60 days before they are erased forever. And it’s possible to recover them before they are gone. However, this is only if the Google Photos Back Up and Sync feature is enabled.

How to recover deleted photos and videos from Google Photos

If a user wants to recover deleted photos and video, they’ll first have to check if the content is there in their Trash folder on the app. If a deleted photo or video isn’t in Trash, then it can’t be restored. Users won’t be able to restore a photo if they had moved it to Trash more than 60 days ago, or if they moved it to trash and then emptied the folder.

In addition, the photo or video can’t be restored if it was moved to the Trash folder more than 30 days ago on a device running Android 11 or later and it wasn’t backed up. The restoration will also not happen if the Trash folder was permanently deleted or if the content was permanently deleted from the device’s Gallery app, without backing it up first. If the photo or video is visible in the Trash folder of Google Photos, follow the steps mentioned below to recover it using your Android phone or a Web browser.

  1. To restore a photo or video on an Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, or iPad, open the Google Photos app.
  2. At the bottom, tap Library, go to the Trash folder.
  3. Find the photo or video you want to restore. Touch and hold the photo or video.
  4. At the bottom, press the Restore option. The photo or video will be moved back to the phone’s Gallery app, Google Photos library, and in the albums it was in.
  5. On your computer, you can go to photos.google.com.
  6. On the left side of the window, click on Trash folder.
  7. Place your cursor over the photo or video you want to restore, then click Select.
  8. At the top right, click Restore. That photo or video will be restored to your Google Photos account and added back into any albums it was in.

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Honus Wagner Card Sells For $6.6 Million, The Third Record Baseball Card Sale In A Year

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Honus Wagner Card Sells For $6.6 Million, The Third Record Baseball Card Sale In A Year

A T206 Honus Wagner card sold for $6.6 million in an online auction that concluded early Monday morning, smashing the record price for a baseball card.

The card, which was issued by the American Tobacco Co. between 1909 and 1911 as part of what is now known as the T206 series of baseball cards, has a long history as baseball’s most valuable card, maintaining that distinction for most of the history of the hobby. One such card set a mark at $3.12 million in 2016, but the Wagners were overtaken last August by a one-ofa-kind card featuring modern-day superstar Mike Trout at $3.93 million and then in January by a Mickey Mantle rookie card at $5.2 million.

Now, the record again belongs to Wagner, a legendary Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop who played his last major league game in 1917 and was one of the five members of the Baseball Hall of Fame’s inaugural class in 1936.

The auction, run by Robert Edward Auctions, opened on July 23 with a reserve price of $1 million, but the bidding quickly left that figure in the dust. The escalation stalled for a bit after a $4 million bid came in on July 28 but picked back up as the deadline approached, with the 26th and final bid coming just past midnight Eastern time on Monday and carrying a so-called hammer price of $5,505,247. Adding in the 20% buyer’s premium that REA collects pushes the official sale price to $6,606,296.

At least for the time being, the buyer remains anonymous, as does the seller.

The 110-year-old card—which was part of a private collection for more than three decades before it was sold at auction in 2012 for $1.2 million and then sold again privately in the last couple of years—had received a grade of VG 3 by the authentication agency SGC. That rating (on a scale of ten) suggested it was in an exceptional condition relative to many of the 60 or so other copies of the card thought to exist today.

Still, while high-end Wagners have been selling for seven figures for more than a decade, the new record price is at least in part a reflection of a remarkable boom in the card market over the last year and a half.

And even as some segments of the market—such as modern basketball cards—have cooled off over the last few months, rare and vintage cards remain ascendant. Recent notable sports card sales include a one-of-a-kind Luka Doncic rookie card (which sold for $4.6 million in March), an autographed LeBron James rookie card ($5.2 million, April), and a Wayne Gretzky rookie card ($3.75 million, May). Another T206

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