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Flickr recovers deleted photographs

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2011

Yesterday we reported that a Flickr user had lost 4,000 photographs due to an accident that caused his account to be deleted. Luckily for him, he brought attention to his case throughout the internet. Bad press is something that Flickr doesn’t want, so today they corrected the situation.

The user had his account reinstated and his 4,000 photographs were restored. He was also rewarded with 25 years of Flickr Pro membership. The official statement from Flickr below:

How to get around the iPhone New Year alarm glitch

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

Apple’s iPhone alarm clock experienced a strange glitch with the new year and failed to wake users on New Year’s Day and January 2. This is caused by a bug that Apple still hasn’t fully explained, but the company did make a statement yesterday saying that the failure of its clock app only happens when you set a one-time alarm, and that it will somehow fix itself on January 3. However despite that, the problem still apparently exists.

So if you want to make sure that you wake up on time and don’t piss off your boss, here’s how to work around the problem until we get a proper fix.

Samsung to release Captivate GPS fix

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2010

By now it’s no secret that Samsung’s Captivate smartphone has had problems with GPS since the handset showed up, but now it looks like a fix has been announced and will be released within the next few weeks.

Apparently all Galaxy S class smartphones feature GPS which will give you problems, like being miles off your actual spot. Hopefully this fix will be able to track you the way you need to be tracked. You’ll have to wait for a fix for those other Galaxy S class devices.

A simple case-free fix for the iPhone 4 reception issue

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2010

Apple is giving away cases to all iPhone 4 owners, but what if you don’t want to use a case? It sucks that Apple’s bad design forces you to use a case. Yeah, they love their customers, just as long as you shut up and put a condom on your phone.

Well, these Antenna-Aids just might fix things without the need for a case. They are little colorful band-aids that stick right over that problem area on the new iPhone 4. The boo-boo if you will. The iPhone 4’s great unhealed wound, created not by skinning it’s knee on the playground, but rather from bad engineering, the equivalent of genetic inbreeding in the factory.

Potential fix for 1 million banned Xbox 360s

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2009

Xbox 360 console ban is foreverIf you are one of the million or so Xbox Live users who were banned from the service, things aren’t as bad as we thought. Some modders are working on a solution that will revert the firmware to a state that is nearly the same as the stock firmware. Hopefully the end result means that you’ll be able to use your console again and not have to buy a new one.

Right now two fixes are being worked on: the iXtremeLT and one from Xbox-Scene. The first isn’t ready yet, and the latter works, but you should be aware, it is very complex.