Maybe I'm crazy (don't answer that), but I'm seriously thinking about switching back to my Dinc2 from the Rezound. After using the Rezound for several months, I'm just not that crazy about it. Sure, its bigger and has 4G, but everything about it - flashing ROMs, S-On/S-Off, this radio, that radio - is so COMPLICATED. The Dinc2 is just so much easier.
I'm on a low spec PC so Thunar runs a little too clunky for my liking.I'm looking for a preferrably light yet functional FM, if it's too buggy then it won't be worth the bother switching.Also if there are any tips about switching FMs people have they'd be greatly appreciated. :)Thanks in advance,-digzy
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04. Downloaded and ran a game called Defcon, by Introversion Software, and then my display problems began!
At first, my smallest monitor stopped receiving input. Then, when I exit the game, still no input & I look at the 'Display' System Settings menu and it is off. I try switching it back on, and my system totally crashes.
This is a reent annoyance that just started rearing it's ugly head. I live in the boonies, but I have reliable 4G coverage. Lately, on my phone, the data connection randomly switches to 3G. After a few minutes it will occasionally switch back, but sometimes it will only switch back if I switch on Airplane Mode, then switch it back off.
Is there any way to force the phone to stay on 4G mode?
I am thinking about switching away from Boost mobile with my EVO and buying and S3 on T-Mobile. I get free tethering on my EVO once I rooted. Is the same possible with T-Mobile? I looked in this forum but couldnt find an answer.
So I was thinking about installing a Mac OSX Lion theme onto my ubuntu 12.04 computer (just for fun). I have never installed a theme before but I have watched videos and know in general how it is done but one question still remains.
After installing Mac OSX Lion theme (for example) can I easily and quickly switch back to my previous 12.04 settings?
I have a dell xps 1530 laptop that I often connect to my 1080p tv via its HDMI connection. I can toggle between the three options for the display by hitting fn-f8 but it doesn't do a very good job of detecting the display.