*SOLVED* Android Wireless Tether Broken in CM7

UPDATE 6/21/11: Comments have alerted me to the try experimental version 2.0.8. It does indeed fix the problem. Here’s the link and the QR code: Wireless Tether for Root Users 2.0.8-pre1 *** EXPERIMENTAL *** UPDATE 12/09/11: CyanogenMod 7.1.0 doesn’t play nicely with Wireless Tether because the baked in tethering services autostart when activating on Wireless […]

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How to Transfer/Share Google Places Ownership

Google Places is an awesome tool to get maximum exposure for your business online. You can claim it after verifying you’re the owner (either by phone call or postcard) and create relevant information to drive business. However, if you claim it using a personal Google account (like I did), you’ll soon realize its better to […]

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Integration of Google Voice on Sprint Walkthrough

Sprint and Google just rolled out to all users the ability to use your Sprint phone number or Google Voice number as your only phone number. This will work on “dumb-phones”, smartphones, and of course Android. It requires no extra setup on your handset as everything is handled from your Google Voice account webpage automatically. […]

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How to Open, Edit, and Save AC3 Files for Free

There haven’t been many easy options for editing 5.1 AC3/DTS audio streams with paid or free programs. Even renaming the file with a .WAV extension didn’t work very well with Sony’s SoundForge because it would down-mix 5.1 to just 2 channels and the clip length seemed to vary slightly. I found this solution while trying […]

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FIXED: Google Sitemaps XML – WordPress Plugin

The Google XML Sitemaps plugin for WordPress is amazing. It helps dramatically with your SEO by letting Google and other search engines you’ve updated you WordPress website. After setting up the plugin with default settings it generates the first sitemap correctly, but I had some issues with Google Webmaster Tools recognizing the XML sitemap without […]

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Automatically Check WordPress for Broken Youtube Videos

Broken links and videos can hurt your SEO and bounce rate. After doing some searching on Google, I couldn’t easily find an answer to this question. Turns out, I already had the answer, just needed to change some settings. The Broken Link Checker plugin will automatically check for removed Youtube, Vimeo and DailyMotion videos, but […]

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Reveal Hidden Passwords in all Major Browsers

[amwmedia.com] Often when using a password tool like the built-in version in Firefox, it can be hard to remember all those saved passwords. Andrew Worcester has created a nifty bookmark that will automatically reveal any password typed on a website in the browser (potentially, you would use this to do some serious snooping…). To execute […]

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How to Fix Grayed Out/Transparent Icons in Dock – Mac OSX

I just recently re-installed OSX Snow Leopard 10.6 on my 2007 15″ Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo. After installing all my programs and customizing the dock, some programs were grayed out or semi-transparent (like Firefox or Word) and others weren’t (like iTunes or Safari). It was driving me nuts because I couldn’t figure out what […]

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What to do When Your Gmail Gets Hacked

Recently I received a few emails from multiple friends in one day emailing me random links to Australian websites. One was using Gmail, the other was using YahooMail. When I asked them about it, they had no idea. Then my phone lit up with a few email delivery failures on my separate, more professional Gmail […]

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