Monthly Archives: March 2018

Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32-inch and 43-inch Launched in India

  After shaking up the television market of India with its Mi TV 4 launch, Xiaomi is today expanding its lineup further with the introduction of two smaller, cheaper variants — the Mi TV 4A 43-inch and the Mi TV 4A 32-inch. Both of them will be available through various channels including Mi.com, Flipkart, and Mi Home stores in the …

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How to Dodge Bullet(Point)s and Nail Your First SEO Talk

For a digital industry there’s much to be said for how much we all love an in-person lecture. Maybe it’s a collective longing for those rosy university days, or perhaps it’s just the buzz (and the beer) found at many of our favourite industry events. Seemingly though, if you want to become a big SEO star with lots of Twitter …

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Google Lens is Being Rolled out for all Android Phones with Google Photos

Every time Google announces a Pixel exclusive software feature, be rest assured that the same will eventually be available on all Android devices. Google Lens was launched last year as a Pixel exclusive and now Google is rolling out the same for all Android Phones that use Google Photos. With this in place, Android users can simply scan the things …

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How to Downgrade Huawei Mate 9 from Android Oreo to Nougat

Here we share How to Downgrade Huawei Mate 9 from Android Oreo to Nougat. Recently Huawei released the latest Android 8.0 Oreo update for Mate 9. The update is quite stable, but If you update your phone but don’t like the update for any reason, then you can easily revert Huawei Mate 9 to a lower version (Android Nougat). You need to download Stock …

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Fix: Unable to Boot ‘Please Use a Kernel Appropriate for your CPU’

Most problems that users have with GNU/Linux are well after they’re booted and trying to work with some software package, but what happens if you get a message that reads unable to boot please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU while you’re trying to start? If you’re working with an ISO file, then this usually means you’ve selected the …

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Fix: Unable to Correct Problems ‘You have Held Broken Packages’

You might find that when you’re trying to install a package on Linux you find a dreaded line that reads E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. The installation then refuses to progress beyond this point. You might find this on any Linux distribution that uses apt-get to manage packages, which includes Debian as well as the …

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Fix: psql: could not connect to server: No such file or directory

PostgreSQL promotes itself as the most advanced open-source database application platform, and Debian Linux certainly has plenty of packages that make it even more complex. You can also find boatloads of packages for PostgreSQL if you’re working with Ubuntu Server or any of the various Ubuntu spins, since they’re based on Debian’s core. This level of complexity and development makes …

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How to Add ‘Tones’ or ‘Ringtones’ to iTunes

If you’ve updated iTunes to the version 12.7 or later you may have dificulties when trying to set custom ringtones. The well-known Ringtones section has been removed, but you can still transfer and copy ringtones to your iPhone or iPad using iTunes 12.7. Here is how can you do that. Add Custom Ringtones using iTunes 12.7 and above Launch iTunes …

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