And today I’m gonna show your 4 100% working ways to backup your 2018 FIFA World Cup videos you recorded with your iPhone X, iPhone 8/8P, Galaxy S9/S9 Plus as well as many other iOS or Android devices. You are able to backup your Russia World Cup recording to cloud directly on your phone, but for other three, I suggest you to backup them first to computers before we continue.
I’d like to share my experience of ripping my Bluray DVDs collections to Galaxy S9 compatible format, which also works for S9 Plus. If you don’t know how to transfer ripped videos to S9/S9 Plus, this guide will also help.
There are a great many ways to save a ripped DVD. Some would like to rip and save DVDs to local hard drive, some would like to save on a USB or external drive, some on a NAS. For whatever reason that you want your Bluray DVD collection in digital files, mine is that I can store those files on cloud drives like Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud, DropBox, pCloud, Baidu and stream them anytime, from anywhere.
Since Google Chromecast was purchased at the end of 2014, it has always been my first choice for living room entertainment and it always works great for watching Google Play movies, YouTube channels, listening to music, or playing Netflix.
But I am still wondering if there is an Android app that is able to stream online videos from Android to TV, so you just need to lie on the sofa in the living room and watching videos, TV shows or movies on a bigger screen TV.
If you do not have any iDevices and want to sync clipboard between Windows, Linux, Mac computers, Android phones and other multiple devices, there is lightweight solution for you-Clipbrd, a Chrome browser extension working as a cloud clipboard.