Learn two ways to take a screenshot on the OnePlus One!
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This is a pretty straight forward post – how to take a screenshot with the Samsung Galaxy S3. There are two out of the box ways to do it, and for both, the screenshots are saved to the /mnt/sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots directory and also copied to the clipboard. Screenshots on the Galaxy S3 1) Power […]
I recently bought two Foxconn nT-330i machines (dual core, atom n330, mini desktops) and found myself needing to flash the bios. However, I installed Windows 7 64bit and Linux on them and unfortunately there’s no easy utility to flash the bios from within either of those operating systems (the Foxconn bios utility only works in […]
Have a locked iPhone but don’t have a SIM card that is associated with the carrier it is locked to to activate? Using a RebelSimCard iPhone Activation SIM, you can use it to simply bypass the activation screen and in turn be able to access the phone’s features and potentially move on to perform a […]
Update — 1 July 2010: after a few days using this, and from other people’s reports, it looks like there are issues with the RebelSim II being able to receive/make calls while connected to 3G/HSDPA (as well as connecting to the network in general). However, tt appears to work alright if you keep the phone […]