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GETTY Netflix customers can now download more programs – but only if they have an Android device
Android smartphone users will now be able to download Netflix shows directly to their device, with programs and movies being saved directly to their SD card.
GETTY Android phone users will be able to download more Netflix programs than ever beforeNetflix has introduced a major new update that will make watching movies and TV shows on your phone easier than ever.
However Android users will now be able to save more programs and films than ever after Netflix released a new version of its mobile app.
Downloading for your iOS or Android device doesn’t cost any extra on top of your existing subscription, but you’ll need to keep an eye on your own data allowance to ensure you don’t end up with a massive phone bill.
How to download Netflix favourite show to your Android phone
White House officials didn’t respond when asked repeatedly about Trump‘s reported use of his Android phone for tweets after he’d been in the White House for several days.
trump didn’t turn over his Android phone when given a secure device just before his inauguration, according to the The New York Times.
“President Trump’s continued use of a dangerously insecure, out-of-date Android device should cause real panic.
“The working assumption should be that Trump’s phone is compromised by at least one — probably multiple — hostile foreign intelligence services and is actively being exploited,” Weaver added in his blog.
It isn’t clear whether Trump’s Twitter accounts have any such protections.
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Which Android phone does Donald Trump use?
POTUS’s ‘old, unsecure Android phone’ is probably a samsung Galaxy S3 — a model from almost five years ago.
It’s difficult to know with 100% certainty which Android device Trump currently uses to tweet (or whether it’s the off-the-shelf model he likely used during his campaign, or some secured variant.)
There are only a few photos out in the wild of trump using his smartphone, usually reported to be a “samsung Galaxy.”
The USB port is also too small for it to be a GS5, which used a weird double-width USB 3.0 port.
Nevertheless, in 2017, a GS3 certainly fits the description of an “old, unsecure Android phone.”