been messing with computers ever since 1984. always mac..for what its worth.
ACMT in 2013.
not working at any ASP so I DONT get access to apple GSX, thats the web place that apple has decided to hide all the info about the devices. ya, if you dont work directly for an ASP or a biz that has 50 new macs..the ACMT dosnt mean 5h*t!.
ITS PRIVATEER TIME.....
.125 headphone jack accessoryheres a good one. does anyone know of a device to plug into an iphone7 that will give me a .125 headphone jack out for sound ...
iPhone, itunes, mac mini save and retrieve iPhone infoOK, this is about compatibility. I have a 2009 mac mini running 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) have a backed up copy of my old iPhone4...
abandoned phone, requires codefound beat up 5 no sim. asking for unlock code. is there a way to default this so no code is needed? Iv tried hooking up to i...
max RAM latitude 630does anyone know what the absolute max RAM you can shove into this thing? del latitude 630
Réponse à : « abandoned phone, requires code »I think what Im going to do is just disassemble it and use it for parts. thanx for playing...see ya next time on "i found a phone". ;)
Réponse à : « Other ways inside iPod »The guitar pick idea is good but they are usually too small and flexible. I usually go down to the local tap plastic store and get a sheet of whatever will work for about 5-10 bucks and cut a boatload of "prying etc.." tools from that. take a pod with you and try the various materials and thicknesses. (now that is some serious DIY!) The apple spudger tool (flat end) works well also. Its like a flathead but its made from non conductive material and dose not hold a static charge. Really though, the key is patience. Just keep going around it like a bicycle tire. you will usually get one side up first. Just keep going around...it will pop. I will also admit to using a metal paint scraper. wouldn't recommend that unless your reeeeeeeeely careful. hope this helps. cheers