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How to get 25GB of Dropbox storage for free

Manufacturers like HTC and Samsung have started to pre-install Dropbox on their phones and people who link or create a Dropbox account through the existing app get an additional free storage of 25 (HTC) or 50 (Samsung) GB for 2 years. A very clever tactic to lure customers who rely on cloud storage. But the problem is: You’ll have to buy the phone to get the free space. Fret not, folks at XDA-Developers have managed to extract the Dropbox app pre-installed on HTC One X and modified it so that it can work on any Android device.

You’ll get 23GBs of additional free space, for 24 months, like other HTC One X users. To begin, follow the instructions below:

WARNING: It may not work on all accounts and some accounts can also be disabled by Dropbox. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

  1. If you already have Dropbox installed on your Android device, you must Clear Data, Force close and finally uninstall it from Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Dropbox.
  2. Download and install the Dropbox+23GB APK. Make sure Unknown sources is enabled under Settings > Applications or Settings > Security (on Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean) before installing the APK!
  3. Launch the app as usual and log in if you have an account or create a new account if you don’t have an account.
  4. Wait for the confirmation email. The confirmation email can take up to 30 minutes.
  5. That’s it! You now have a total of 25 GBs of free space (2GB default + 23GB additional). Don’t upgrade to a newer version of Dropbox immediately. Upgrade after a month.

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