Monthly Archives: February 2018

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro vs Honor 9 Lite: Rumble in the Budget Bronx!

  They are both gunning for a share of the most competitive segment of the Indian smartphone market. And are both trying to score heavily on the “lots of specs for not too many bucks” formula. Each has its own design ethos, its own camera interface and photographic philosophy. And its own, detailed take on Android. But which of the …

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How to Bring Back the “View Image” and “Search by Image” Buttons on Google

A few days ago, Google brought a tiny, yet a significant change to its search engine which except for publishers, disappointed almost everyone else. The company got rid of the handy “View Image” and “Search By Image” buttons from Google Images. The former essentially allowed users to sidestep the original source for downloading the image. The latter, while not as …

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Leaked all in their Glory Ahead of Official Launch

  The biggest highlight of both the phones is something called “variable aperture” for the cameras. The feature will essentially allow the user to switch different aperture sizes —  f/1.5 and f/2.4 — for clicking better pictures in both daylight and low light scenarios. Both of them sport a 12-megapixel lens on the rear and an 8-megapixel f/1.7 selfie camera …

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How To Root Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Android Smartphone

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is a decent quality Android Smartphone, which comes with 4.3 inches TFT touchscreen display powered by 2.2 GHz Quad-Core processor along with 2 GB RAM and the device runs on Android V 5.1 (Lollipop) operating system. If you own this Smartphone and looking for a way to root it, you are on the right page as …

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Fix: root User’s Home Directory is /root

You might have noticed an error where typing cd or cd ~ takes you to /root instead of something inside of the /home directory that seems to hold home directories. If you’re getting this error, then you’ve probably noticed it every single time you’re operating as the super user in Linux. Fixing it is very simple because it actually isn’t …

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Fix: Logitech Gaming Software not Detecting g27

If you are using the Logitech G27 driving wheel on Windows 10, or at least trying to use it, then you might experience the issue of Logitech G27 not getting recognized. This problem can happen to other Windows users as well but it is mostly common among the Windows 10 users.  Basically, your Logitech G27 racing wheel won’t be recognized …

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How to Remove or Uninstall Dropbox from macOS

If you want to delete Dropbox from your Mac, you may get the following error:“The item Dropbox can’t be moved to Trash because some of its plugins are in use.” For many users, this message shows up even when they are following all instructions on the Dropbox website. It continuously pops up whenever they are trying to drag the application …

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Fix: Verification failed ‘There was an error connecting to Apple ID Server’

After updating to iOS 9, many users are experiencing problems while trying to sign into iCloud and restore from their backups. The problem is not a forgotten/wrong password or username. Even the login credentials are 100% accurate, the following error shows up whenever users are trying to sign into iCloud. “Verification failed: There was an error connecting to Apple ID …

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How to Fix Telugu-Character iOS Bug Crashing iOS Messaging Apps

Recently, a Twitter developer found an iOS bug that can cause crashing of any iOS messaging app upon receiving a single-letter text message with a specific sign. The issue can be triggered by one particular character from the Indian Telugu language. If you receive a text message containing that specific character, it will crash your messaging app in which you’ve …

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