Monthly Archives: September 2010

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P3-FREE SPEC photo

P3-FREE in stock now! P3-FREE SPEC: # Supports all PS3 models, FAT and Slim all regions# After booting the P3Free you can remove the device from the ps3 and continue your homebrew# Support all homebrew, like Back Up Manager and … Continue reading

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P3FRE for PS3 crack! Guide

Here is some photo and guide for P3FREE, hope can help you Here is one video for show you how to boot the P3FREE: P3FREE can support the FAT PS3 and SLIM PS3, and all region.The P3FREE boot step:#1. Remove … Continue reading

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Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances

Cisco ASA 5500 Series Model/License 5505 Base /Security Plus 5510 Base /Security Plus 5520 5540 5550 5580-20 5580-40 Product image(click to enlarge) Network location Small Business, Branch Office, Enterprise Teleworker Internet Edge Internet Edge Internet Edge Internet Edge, Campus Data … Continue reading

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How to Transfer Contacts from Your Computer to Your iPhone

Instructions Things You’ll Need: iPhone Mac (Mac OS X Address Book or Entourage), Yahoo! Addresses Book, Windows Address Book, Outlook Express, or Microsoft Outlook on PC iTunes 7.3 (the latest version) Be patient (sometime it takes few try out before … Continue reading

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Enable iPhone Sync with Outlook 2007

Ensure that Outlook 2007 is enabling the iPhone to connect with it. Try these steps if the sync is not working with Outlook 2007. 1. Open Outlook 2007 and click Tools > Trust Center. 2. Under Categories, click Add-ins. 3. … Continue reading

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iPhone iOS 4 Bluetooth Audio Issues Exposed [UPDATED]

Soon after Apple released the iPhone 4 a flood of complaints hit the mainstream media about — the now infamous — antennagate, as well as problems with the iPhone’s proximity sensor. Surprisingly, another widespread problem hasn’t received nearly the attention … Continue reading

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