It's quite easy.
Go to Instagram app
Tap on your own name in stream (or the card icon) to go to your profile
Tap the 3 vertical dots next to your name
Tap Edit profile
Scroll down, tap Push notifications
Uncheck what you don't want. Voila!
It is the blur tool. You can apply linear or radial blur with this tool.
(More details in the Instagram Help Center)
This tool is mostly used to simulate tilt-shift effect (used by photographers to highlight a plane or exaggerate a minimal depth-of-field).
Applications like Facebook messenger, always leave a few processes and services running in the background. Even using task killers is not very effective in preventing them from running, because soon they will continue running.
In a situation like this, hibernating is more efficient because it takes care of both the proceses and services running in ...
You can run Google free device, however you really have to know what you are doing.
Removing Google apps and services from an existing device isn't a recommended way. You may run into serious problems. The common way to get a Google free device is installing a custom ROM without Google apps (for license reasons most custom ROMS don't include Google services/...
Have you tried moving the app itself to the SD card? Maybe it's not the photos, but the internal cache that's taking up all your storage.
Anyway, according to Instagram Help:
The Android app may take up more internal memory than other apps on your device because we cache photos, which makes the Instagram experience faster for you and conserves bandwidth (...
Use an app like gallery excluder. Alternatively you could do it manually.
in the folder that you want to exclude create an empty file and name it .nomedia than you need to delete the media scanner database. Go to:
Settings -> Apllications -> All -> Media Storage -> Clear Data
Now reboot your phone. It might take a while for your pictures to ...
You would need a rooted device to do this.
First Browse the photos you want to download.
Now Open any File Explorer app like Root Explorer.
Navigate to /data/data/com.instagram.android/cache via Root Explorer.
The files here would be named something like ccf3a266.0, copy the file you
want or entire folder and paste it on your sd card.
Now open these .0 ...
You can use IFTTT (If This Than That) and setup a recipe that auto posts from Instagram to a specific Picasa album online. This doesn't require you to leave anything open. Then you can set your Instagram album in Google+ to be public. You will need to follow the directions found here.
The only thing I haven't figured out yet is how to share something to my ...
Someone posted a how-to recently to do exactly what you're asking for.
You'll need a few tools to get started here, and luckily they are
available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This method uses Dropbox and
Picasa3 to keep things synced up, and a side benefit is that photos
are available from anywhere -- not just the device that took them.
To get ...
The notifications indicate people who are friends with you on Facebook. If you used "Sign in with Facebook" option or used the e-mail address to sign up on Instagram that you used to sign up for Facebook too. Instagram is owned by Facebook, so they can know.
Instagram does not provide any options to download images or videos to the phone. However, you can use third party applications like "Instasave for Instagram" for doing this.
App Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dstudio.tool.instasave&hl=en
Go to Play Store and Install Instasave application
Open Instasave app
Press home button and ...
I'm not sure if multiple account signup is currently supported in Instagram mobile app and sign up is not available except through the website. There was once single phone can create only single account restriction. If you are unable to create a new account from your mobile app and if you dont have two phones, then the only way to create a new instagram ...
I had the same problem few weeks ago and i figured two ways to get over it.
This option is for people who have a different phone in handy. You just have to login to your instagram using a different phone(and the irony is that it allows you to login there). Then you link your instagram with facebook. Logout from instagram and then log back in to instagram ...
After my small investigation I can say that this notification appears when one of your mutual subscribers creates another Instagram account using same phone number. Instagram does not allow to create multiple accounts using same email address, but it does allow it using same phone number.
So, when you have no permissions granted to Instagram and no Facebook ...
Simple option of renaming .gif to .mp3. Person receiving it needs to download and do the opposite (this trick can be used for any other kind of file also)
Converting it to video by using on line converters mentioned here How to send animated gifs through whatsapp?
Using File Share Which sends any type of file as link, recipient needs to download and doesn't ...
Instagram lifted the restriction on my account and now I'm able to follow more people from android. I did not contact them though but the restriction was auto lifted after few weeks.
There was a temporary restriction on the account for some unknown reason that is most probably only known to instagram tech team because I did not exceed their follow/unfollow ...
The location of the Instagram cache is storage/android/data/com.instagram.android/cache/video
However, when I look on my device, it seems that the files are not stored in a traditional video format. You should be able to find the video there, if at all though.
For some reason, Instagram still pushes notifications when your facebook friends join Instagram, even if you have disabled all notifications in the Instagram app. To try and actually disable all Instagram notifications, I went to my phone's "Settings", selected "Apps" (under the "Device" category), looked at all downloaded apps, selected "Instagram", and ...