So… some of you may have already seen this, if you didn’t then, here it is 🙂 its pretty cool, it works… but has one caveat… Its a TEMPORARY unlock… i.e. it will unlock your phone sure, but once your TMSI (Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity) is refreshed, you will have to repeat the process again… in the UK and US i think this happens when you switch the phone on/off or travel over a large geographic area… however it could potentially happen whenever…
Instructions on how to unlock are after the break 🙂
- Grab your iPhone
- Insert a supported Sim Card… so, if your phone is locked to Tmobile, put a Tmobile sim in there …
Hi everyone! I keep getting lots of emails from people asking where they can buy xyz to complete the tutorials and try out some of the things listed on CaptainGeek, well after I kept emailing people the same links i had a thought, why not setup an amazon affiliate store. Basically, i’ve setup a small amazon site with a small selection of products (only those used for the tutorials on this site + related ones), purchases and payments are handled by amazon, however a small percentage of the sale goes to helping fund the server this website is hosted on AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU 🙂 so its a win win situation, please use the links whenever you can.
Well, i know i’ve been slacking lately on this blog, but heres a lil treat, I recently got an iPad and iPhone and bla bla, and soon got very tired of converting all of my mkv and avi content over to the iPad, so I made a little tool to simplify the process, it supports as input formats pretty much everything that VLC does, including: xvid / flv / mkv / mpg etc, and outputs all files into .mp4 H264 🙂
Its free to use and released under a beer-ware license… i.e. if you like it, donate me some £ for some beer 🙂 there is a giant button in the app, you can’t miss it =). Here it is anyway: iPad Ripper
Requires: Intel Based Apple Mac running Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
Convert anything to iPad for Free
Ever wanted to turn your boring netbook into a fully fledged lively Macbook Nano, the worlds smallest Mac OS X powered machine!?! well now you can! The how to below covers all the aspects of getting Mac OS X 10.5.6 Leopard working on your EeePC S101, but should work similarly with any Atom CPU, Intel Chipset Netbook. The best thing about all this is that Mac OS X is IPV6 enabled out the box!
Firstly, the finished product.
Out the box most things work, however once a little tweaking has been done the following are fully working:
- Sound (Output Only)
- Graphics (With Quartz Extreme)
- Network (WiFi Only)
- Battery Indicator
- Bootup / Shutdown
- Speedstep (battery life)
- + Anything else i can think of… …