Archive | Win / OS X / iOS / Android

19 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

iOS Flash Drive

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If you own an iOS device, you’ll probably enjoy this find. While searching Amazon, I found a neat device to store extra photos and videos with an iOS Flash Drive! While I’m sure there are plenty of Android versions of compact flash drives, this iOS flash drive is designed for iPhone and iPad owners. Since iOS […]

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02 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Add An Ethernet Port To Google’s Nexus Player

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This compatible adapter will add an ethernet port to Google’s Nexus Player. Improve your network connect! Hi folks, one of the most disappointing things I found on the Google’s Nexus Player was the LACK of an ethernet port. Even though we operate in a world dominated by wifi, an ethernet adapter is something that is […]

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24 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

iOS 9 Battery Saving Tweaks

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Here’s a list of iOS 9 battery tweaks to help your iPhone battery last longer. One of the main design features of iOS 9 is it’s better battery usage. For those that want to go the extra mile and trim and cut a few features out. Switch off Location Services Switch off Background App Refresh […]

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02 February 2015 ~ 1 Comment

Apple TV 2: Update To Kodi (XBMC) v.14

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Assuming that your Apple TV 2 is jailbroken, you can install Kodi media player on your jail broke device. For those that have an existing copy of XBMC on their Apple TV 2, i suggest completely removing XBMC along with dependencies and settings and installing a fresh copy of Kodi. At the time of this […]

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06 August 2014 ~ 48 Comments

Upgrade XBMC v.13 On Apple TV 2

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Hi folks. This tutorial is for the those with an Apple TV 2 that is already jail broken. For some of us, we’ve had our Apple TV 2’s jail broken for quite a while now and XBMC maybe be outdated. There’s nothing wrong with an outdated version of XBMC. When I first jail broke my […]

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01 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Apple TV: Device Isn’t Eligible For The Requested Built

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  Someone had given me their Apple TV2 to investigate why Netflix stopped working. The Apple TV2 was in firmware version 4.4.4, and it appears that Netflix has stopped working on anything older that version 5. And so the only was to resolve the issue was to load firmware version 5.3 and to get Netflix […]

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08 February 2014 ~ 2 Comments

Enable TRIM On Mac OS X

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If you’ve installed a Solid State Drive (SSD) in your laptop, there’s an important final step often missed; and that’s enabling TRIM. WHY ENABLE TRIM? When you simply “delete” a file on a traditional hard drive, it’s not really “erased.” Instead, its location on the drive is reported to the OS as “empty, even though […]

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11 October 2013 ~ 0 Comments

7 Ways to Reduce Battery Usage in iOS 7

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Hi folks, today’s article is for iPhone owners who have updated to iOS 7. I bet many of you have noticed since upgrading to iOS 7, the battery usage on their phones has gone through the roof! I’m sure there are several new features that are gobbling up the juice from the battery so I […]

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07 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Speeding Up A Mac

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Whether you’re Windows or Mac owner we ALL want our computers to run in fast and timely manner. Sometimes it seems that in a Windows world, there are more optimization tips you can run than on a Mac. For example, for those who are still using platter hard drives, Windows has disk defragmentation. But of […]

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05 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Connect A PC To A HDTV

WHEN 27″ ISN’T ENOUGH Lately, my YouTube video ‘Connect your pc to a HDTV’ has been getting a lot of attention. Over that past several months, it’s been one of my most viewed videos. So I decided to post an article on the subject of how to connect your pc to a hdtv. I guess […]

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