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Download App:

You can install it from Google Play store or can download apk file from Firesticktricks. For Amazon devices you can install downloader app from store, then in app “Enter URL field box”, you can enter short URL code 549628 to download apk.
You can also check out https://apkz.vortextreams.com( downloader code-782586 ) for paid/premium versions.

Installation:

Choose add playlist

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You can login with xtream codes or M3U playlist that was provided in email.

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Please wait for TV guide info and channel logos to load and start watching.

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Download App:

You can install it from Google Play store or can download apk file from Troypoint. For Amazon devices you can install downloader app from store, then in app “Enter URL field box”, you can enter short URL code 65672 to download apk.
You can also check out https://apkz.vortextreams.com( downloader code-782586 ) for paid/premium versions.

Installation:

You can login with xtream codes or playlist that was provided in email.  You can switch to M3U playlist option from settings.

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Please wait for TV guide info and channel logos to load and start watching.

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Option 1

Coinmama

If you live in a country where Coinbase or purchasing crytpo on PayPal is not available, there are alternatives that you can consider. One of the most popular alternatives is Coinmama, which allows users to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with Credit/debit card, Bank Transfer, GooglePay, ApplePay. Coinmama is available in over 190 countries and is known for its easy-to-use interface and fast transaction times.

👉 how to buy crypto on Coinmama | Mobile


Option 2

Marketplaces

If you cannot use any of the above methods you can use peer-to-peer Bitcoin marketplace like LocalCoinSwap and Paxful that allows users to buy and sell Bitcoin using over 250 different payment methods.

👉 how to buy crypto on LocalCoinSwap

👉 how to buy crypto on Paxful

Web Wallets

Web wallets are Bitcoin wallets that can be accessed through a web browser. They are convenient to use, but they are less secure than other types of wallets because they are connected to the internet. Popular web wallets include Coinbase, Binance or Kraken.

Mobile Wallets

Mobile wallets are Bitcoin wallets that can be downloaded as an app on a smartphone. They are easy to use and allow for quick access to Bitcoin. Popular mobile wallets include Exodus, Coinbase or Blockchain.

Desktop Wallets

Desktop wallets are Bitcoin wallets that can be downloaded and installed on a desktop computer. They offer more security than mobile wallets, but they are less convenient to use. Popular desktop wallets include Electrum, Exodus or Bitcoin Core.

Hardware Wallets

Hardware wallets are Bitcoin wallets that are stored on a physical device, such as a USB stick or a hardware wallet. They offer the highest level of security because they are not connected to the internet. Popular hardware wallets include Trezor, Ledger Nano S and KeepKey.

Paper Wallets

Paper wallets are Bitcoin wallets that are printed on a piece of paper. They offer the highest level of security because they are not connected to the internet. However, they can be difficult to use and require users to have a good understanding of Bitcoin. Paper wallets can be created by generating a private key offline and printing it out on paper.


Hot Wallets

Hot wallets are Bitcoin wallets that are connected to the internet. They are convenient and easy to use, but they are also less secure than other types of wallets. Hot wallets include mobile wallets, desktop wallets and web wallets.

Cold Wallets

Cold wallets are Bitcoin wallets that are not connected to the internet. They offer the highest level of security, but they are less convenient to use. Cold wallets include hardware wallets and paper wallets.

The process of sending Bitcoin is generally straightforward and follows the same principles across most Bitcoin wallets.. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to send Bitcoin:

Step 1: Open your Bitcoin wallet

  • Once you have the recipient’s Bitcoin address, open your Bitcoin wallet. Your Bitcoin wallet is where your Bitcoin is stored and where you can manage your transactions.

Step 2: Initiate a new transaction

  • Within your Bitcoin wallet, look for an option to send Bitcoin or initiate a new transaction. This option may be located under a “send” or “transactions” tab.

Step 3: Enter the amount of Bitcoin you want to send

  • Next, enter the amount of Bitcoin you want to send. Make sure to double-check the amount and verify that you have enough Bitcoin in your wallet to complete the transaction.

Step 4: Enter the recipient’s Bitcoin address

  • In the “send” or “transactions” tab, you will be prompted to enter the recipient’s Bitcoin address. Copy and paste the address or scan the QR code if available.

Step 5: Verify the transaction details

  • Before sending the Bitcoin, make sure to verify all the transaction details, including the recipient’s Bitcoin address, the amount of Bitcoin being sent, and the transaction fee. Once you are sure everything is correct, click the “send” button to complete the transaction.

Step 6: Wait for confirmation

  • After you have sent the Bitcoin, you will need to wait for the transaction to be confirmed by the Bitcoin network. The confirmation time can vary depending on the transaction fee you chose and network congestion. Once the transaction is confirmed, the recipient will receive the Bitcoin in their wallet.

Installation & Tips

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Android
(Amazon & Nvidia)

Apple Logo BIG

Apple
(Mac & IOS)

Windows10 Logo BIG

Windows
(10/11)

Linux Logo BIG

Linux
(Ubuntu/Debian)

payment method

Purchasing
(Card & Crypto)

tweaks

Tips
(Tweaks & Maintenence)