Andy

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Name: Andy
Date registered: August 16, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Windows 3D Pinball on 7, 8, & 10 — July 29, 2015
  2. Can’t watch Netflix! Comcast disrupting connection? — January 2, 2014
  3. Setting Up Automatic Remote Backups With rsync — December 19, 2013
  4. Battlefield 4 PC Review — November 6, 2013
  5. Setup A Minecraft Pocket Edition Dedicated Server — November 1, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Install CyanogenMod 10.1 onto HTC Evo V — 22 comments
  2. Can’t watch Netflix! Comcast disrupting connection? — 14 comments
  3. Setup A Minecraft Pocket Edition Dedicated Server — 13 comments
  4. Link2SD – Upgrading Your SD Card — 13 comments
  5. How To Root The HTC Evo V For Virgin Mobile — 7 comments

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Feb 17 2013

Install CyanogenMod 10.1 onto HTC Evo V

The HTC Evo V is a great phone from Virgin Mobile but as an avid Android user, I always want more out of my devices. I’ve recently run Harmonia, a cleaned up stock based sense ROM. (Here’s my guide to root and install Harmonia) This was fun but I had noticed my phone randomly rebooting …

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Feb 02 2013

How To Set A Video As A Screen Saver In Windows 7

The default screen savers that come with Windows 7 are alright but sometimes they just get old a repetitive. Now there aren’t too many ways that you can go about getting new screen savers but there is one method that is relatively easy to set up and allows you to set any video as a …

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Jan 22 2013

Review of the Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse

Today we will be reviewing the Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse mouse. Equipped with 12 programmable buttons, wireless as well as wired abilities, and much more; this is one nice mouse. My only real concern is the interference from my Logitech EX100 Keyboard when I am using my G700 in wireless mode, but that’s just …

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Jan 02 2013

Apple Can’t Even Tell Time

First of all, Happy New Year everyone! Apple has yet again made their crippled device even worse by failing to correctly configure their Do Not Disturb feature for the new year. What a surprise… That’s why I have an Android phone! Aside from my personal preference, Apple did mess up. Turns out that their Do …

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Jan 02 2013

Ubuntu Mobile OS

The most commonly know about Linux distribution is now making a port of Android that will run a full blown Ubuntu environment on your smartphone giving you the best of both worlds. Features include being able to use your phone much as you do now but then being able to dock it and be presented …

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Dec 30 2012

How to setup OpenVPN in a Debian 6 VPS

Sometimes, especially with all of the sales, you can gather quite a few extra VPS servers. Especially small ones that aren’t very good for large scale projects. This is why I decided to turn one of my low end VPS servers (that’s redundant, isn’t it…) into an openVPN server that I can use to securely …

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Dec 23 2012

How To Root The HTC Evo V For Virgin Mobile

Gaining root access on your Android device is one of the best things you can do. It unlocks an entire new world of apps and hacks you can run on your phone. Rooting your HTC Evo V 3D 4G is a fairly simple process. It’s not quite as easy as rooting the Optimus V but …

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Dec 23 2012

Three Free Domain Name Providers

Free Domain name as are great. Although I wouldn’t necessarily use them for an important website due to the chance that they may not be here tomorrow but they are great for testing and small non critical web sites. Below is a list that I compiled of my top five free domain name providers.

Dec 01 2012

How to set up a McMyAdmin Minecraft server on a VPS

Minecraft is awesome. There is no doubt about it. Some of us may have been hosting a server for our friends from our home computers. This is great but eventually you either get tired of having your computer on or just want something with a faster Internet connection. To fix this annoyance you can rent a VPS. …

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Nov 14 2012

Co.cc Domain Registrar Offline – November 2012

Yesterday, 11-13-12, I noticed that some of my websites were not working. At first I thought it was a server issue but it turns out something is going on with my domain registrar, co.cc. Their main page is not loading and none of their domains are mapping out as well. It is hard to find …

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Nov 03 2012

Google Search Background Images Going Away

I myself am one amongst the many that use a custom background for their Google homepage. I have used the same one for more than 5 years and I like it quite a bit. Google has just started displaying a notice that on November 16, 2012 they will be doing away with the background images …

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Oct 28 2012

OCZ Agility 3 SSD Review & Benchmarks

An SSD is always an improvement for a computer. It provides extremely fast storage the can most efficiently be used for the computers Operating System. It allows the system to boot to the desktop very quickly and allows the user to launch programs like Photoshop, that would normally take a few seconds on a conventional …

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Oct 13 2012

Install Origin Games To A Different Location

Now with many people using solid state hard drives or their game library may just be outgrowing their primary hard drive they need to be able to install their games to a second hard drive, a different location with more space. With Steam you have to use a program that creates a virtual link to …

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Oct 01 2012

The Pirate Bay Offline October 2012

Today, October 1st 2012, thepiratebay.se has been offline. Many say that this is due to a raid by Swedish police. Others say that it was a simple power failure on The Pirate Bay’s side. Both TorrentFreak and The Pirate Bay’s Facebook page have confirmed what is really going on.

Sep 15 2012

Review of VolumeDrive VPS

I was in need of a reasonably priced VPS to run this website as well as a few others. In my search on the Internet for a decent provider I ran into many options. One of these options was VolumeDrive.com. They offer Virtual Private Servers at really good prices.

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