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Mincading | June 29, 2017

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Moto G screen replacement

17/05/2017 |

Originally posted 2014-08-30 16:05:10. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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TP-Link Gigabit switch

13/05/2017 |

Originally posted 2013-11-25 03:43:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Be Thou My Vision – Cover – 12/31/13

09/05/2017 |

Originally posted 2014-01-01 03:03:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Nexus 7 Boot issues – 03/02/14

07/05/2017 |

Changing configurations of the tablet hardware is a very dangerous thing to do: overclocking, changing DPI etc. I changed my DPI of the nexus 7 v2 tablet from 320 to 175 – I rebooted and it was bricked. Googling did … Read More

AMD Ultrabooks – 17/10/12

01/05/2017 |

Spoke to a friend yesterday who works at AMD… I guess there won’t be any Ultrabooks powered by the A10 APUs. It was what I was looking forward to. Even so, AMD’s marketing methods are pretty stupid. They push out … Read More

Left for Dead 2: How to play LAN – 06/11/12

29/04/2017 |

To play LAN using cracked or legit L4D2 is pretty simple if you use console. The following criteria is needed:

-Two computers connected to the same network

-the same game files (ie, installed using the game bat/exe file)

-L4D2 with … Read More

Android Playstore Error -505 – 14/05/15

27/04/2017 |

To fix this error you need root uninstaller from the playstore. Remove affected app that gets 505 error during an update. Reboot device and reinstall the app from the playstore.

Originally posted 2015-05-14 18:47:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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New Google devices – 30/10/12

23/04/2017 |

Well if you recently purchased an iPhone 5, you’re at loss. Google had an event planned for yesterday, but has been cancelled due to hurricane Sandy. This didn’t stop Google though, they went ahead and announced three new devices for … Read More

Finished Build #4

19/04/2017 |

Originally posted 2013-08-10 20:06:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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15/04/2017 |

What is TRIM? TRIM is simply the command of flagging used sectors (typically on a flash based drive) as “available to overwrite”. TRIM is designed to optimize the write speeds of future write operation. Visually, TRIM in SSDs and other … Read More