A slew of strategies and workarounds for getting unrestricted access to the internet have emerged throughout time. In the beginning, some of these strategies worked. Using a magnet and two razor blades, you can access free internet data in the comfort of your own house. Isn't that intriguing? Let me show you how it's done step-by-step.
In World War II, soldiers used razor blades to build "foxholes," and it is one of the most essential components of this free internet service.
You'll also need a USB cord, a magnet (from a speaker or radio), 2 razor blades (the kind you use to shave with), and 1 yard of copper coil (use copper coil for better conductivity). Finally, you'll need to know how to solder with a soldering iron and lead in order to complete this project.
The free browsing method is demonstrated in the image below, along with step-by-step instructions.
Now that we have all of these in place, we can proceed.
Using a magnet and two razor blades, align them such that they extend partially into the magnet's center hole, as shown in the illustration.
Scratch both ends of the coated body of your copper wire coil to ensure that it will be able to be soldered onto the razor blade later.
Solder one end of the copper coil to the razor blade and the other end to the other end of the razor blade.
Take your flash drive with you. On the side that will be soldered is the pin that connects to the USB port on your phone along with a short piece of the USB wire.
Once your USB is complete, it has four wires, two of which are thicker and meant to charge your phone, while the other two are meant to transfer files. Make sure the thick red and black wires don't touch each other.
One transfer wire is connected to one charging wire, the other to the second charging wire, and these two wires are now ready to be transferred.
After that, attach the first USB connection to one blade and then the second USB connection to the opposing blade using soldering irons.
Next, connect your phone to the USB and begin surfing for free!. For optimal performance, stick with Samsung or LG handsets.
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