Download Torrents Directly To Your Google Drive feature

Download Torrents Directly To Your Google Drive

Tired of downloading torrents at low speed? Is your ISP blocking the torrents, or are you getting slow download speeds because you’re using a VPN? I’ve got a solution for you! Of course, I am not promoting Piracy with any means, but let’s get you started. In this tutorial, you are going to use Google Collab to download torrents directly into your Google Drive. Sounds interesting, right? Keep in mind though that your Google Drive only allows you to have 15GB of free space. So when you download torrents directly into your Google Drive, make sure they are no bigger than 15GB. Otherwise use an alternative cloud drive like Mega.nz, where they give you up to 50GB of free space, and extra GB perks when completing various small tasks like adding a valid phone number etc.

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Let’s Start To Download Torrents Directly To Your Google Drive

Step 1. Click on this link

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You will see something like the screen above, just click on “Open With Google Collab”. If you don’t see this option, click on the arrow at the top of the screen and select the Google Collab option.

Step 2. Click on “Open In Playground”.

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Step 3. Click on “Copy To Drive”

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After clicking on open with “open in playground”, a popup will occur resulting in opening a new tab. Now, this opened copy of notebook is your own.

You can see multiple Cells in Page, we will run it one by one !

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Step 4. Click on “Play button” in the left corner.

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After clicking, it will install Python library on Google Collab which is required to install torrents.

Step 5. Again click on the “Play button”.

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Now in the second tab, we need to mount your Google Drive to Google Collab.

Click on the link which is shown in blue, in the image above.

Step 6. Authentication.

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Now choose any Google account in which you want to link with downloading torrent files.

After selecting your Google account hit “ALLOW”.

Step 7. Copy code with copy icon.

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After clicking on “copy it”, it will copy the code to your clipboard.

Now go back to your notebook.

Step 8. Paste your Authentication code.

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Paste Your authentication code in the input field and hit “Enter”.

We are all done with the Google Authentication. Now lets go and download torrents.

Step 9. Its Downloading Time!

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Now for downloading you can use either the .torrent file or magnet link. I will use the magnet link. If you want to download using the .torrent file then run the cell and click on “choose file”, and upload the .torrent file. If you are following the tutorial and want to download with the magnet link you can skip this step.

Step 10. Download Via MAGNET Link.

Now for a torrent website, I am using the website 1337x.to, you can use any website you like.

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Right click on the magnet download and copy the link address.

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Now run your cell by clicking the “play button“.

It will ask you for the link, now paste the torrent magnet link which you have copied before, and paste it in this input field. You can add multiple links if you want, and they all should start downloading simultaneously. After pasting the link, now we have to type “exit“.

Step 11. Start Downloading.

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Now click on the “play button“, it will start downloading your torrent. At the bottom, you can see the downloading progress of your torrent. That’s it!. You can see in your Google Drive, that there is a torrent folder in which all the torrents you downloaded are stored. (Source: Medium)

Enjoy!

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