Android Jelly Bean : Download the Wallpapers for your device now

After every new Android version is out, devs always meet the one day deadline to leak parts of the new OS, as well as whole ports. Today , we have already gotten the whole set of wallpapers from Jelly Bean , available for download and use straight on your device. I’m using it myself, and I have to say , I’m really liking the new wallpapers. The direct download is available here and is a 2.2 MB file , which gives you 12 stunning wallpapers. If you cant wait for the update to arrive, here’s something that can get you that Jellyfied feeling.

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[How To] P1 4G Connection Fix

I was having a problem with my P1 4G Wiggy modem. It suddenly cannot connect to P1 Wimax network.

It tries to connect as shown in figure below:

p1-4g-connecting

But after a few seconds (maybe 30 seconds like that), it shows connection failed.

p1-4g-connect-failed

I contacted P1Cares via Twitter. They advised me to reinstall P1 4G Wiggy application manager. I did, but still no luck.

They also told me to disable my antivirus (which I don’t know why), but still nothing good happen.

Lastly, P1Cares advised me to send the Wiggy modem to P1 centre for checking. But I refused.

After being frustrated, I shut down my laptop. After a few minutes, I boot it up again.

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Tada! It is now connected to P1 network like normal. No need to send the modem to P1 centre.

If you are having same problem like mine, try what P1Cares told me first. If it still doesn’t work, try shut down your computer for awhile and boot it up after that.

It works for me and hope it will work for you too…

 

[How To] Move Your iPhoto Library To An External Drive To Save Space [OS X]

Most of us have considered moving out iTunes library to an external hard drive to save space at one time or another. If you use a MacBook Air, you know how squeezzed for space you can feel after using a laptop with a much bigger hard drive.

But what about iPhoto? True, pictures take up less space than iTunes videos, or even MP3 tracks, but more and more these days we’re taking photos with huge pixel counts with similarly large file sizes. And what about all the movies we use our iPhones or cameras for? They eat up a lot of space, too. So, you might at some point want to move all the photos and home movies you manage in iPhoto to an external drive to save space. Here’s how.

The first thing to do is to move the iPhoto Library itself. Be sure you have the external hard drive you want to put your iPhoto Library and files on is connected. Then, open your home folder, then the Pictures folder within. Find the iPhoto Library package, and click once on it to select it. Move the selected package file with Cut from the Edit menu, or drag and drop it to an external hard drive. If you choose to cut/paste the file, paste it onto the external hard drive. This could take some time, depending on how many photos and/or videos you have in there.

Next up, you just have to tell iPhoto where the Library is. Hold the Option key down and launch iPhoto, either with a double click on the Application in the Applications folder or a click on the icon in the Dock, if you keep iPhoto there. iPhoto will display a list of currently installed iPhoto Libraries. If you see the one you moved in the list, click on it. If not, click on Other Library and navigate to the spot on your external hard drive that you put the iPhoto Library from the steps above. Hit the Choose button to complete the process.

It might take a couple of seconds for iPhoto to figure this out, but once it’s all done, you’ll be able to open iPhoto as per usual in the future, without having to choose the library again. To put it back on your Mac, simply do the same steps above, and then point iPhoto to the new location on your Hard Drive.

 

[How-To] Unifi DNS Problems? Here’s a Fix for Windows XP/7

Lately a lot of complaints have been coming in about TM‘s high speed broadband service here in Malaysia dubbed as Unifi. Many user complain about DNS server not responding or not available. I myself have encountered this problem many times and have been hard pressed to find a solution. This becomes particularly frustrating when you are a heavy user and constantly need a connection. Having many devices hooked up to the same line can cause problems too. Curiously , the DNS error commonly only effects PCs that are directly connected and not through WiFi. There is a simple solution that requires some tweaks to be done in your internet settings. The solution is to use either Google’s Public DNS or OpenDNS. Continue reading