Commented on a post asking where to get a key fob for a command start. Someone already mentioned that you need to have the module activated to start with. I commented that you need to program the fob. I got a reply that was an image of the manual on how to operate the key fob. SMH - That's how to use it. It does not magically know how to pair with your module. It's not very hard to pair them, and you can just follow instructions off a web page, but yeah, it needs to be done first. If your module did not have a code that is different than others around it, you would be starting other people's cars not just yours. I guess somehow this bit of simple logic is just too much to understand. Yes, there are overlapping codes, but they make sure you don't have them sold in the same regain. It has happened that when relocating to a new province, people lucked out and the code was the same as the car parked next to them. I've literally in my entire life only heard of this once.
First off, I would really like to know if other brands of Android TV literally DON'T have the ability to install Chrome browser on them. I'd prefer to have Edge on it, but that is not an option either. I've never used an Android TV other than this one before. For the small number of browsers out there for my TV, this (Puffin TV Browser) is literally the only one that does not totally fail at navigating web pages. The also all claim to have adblocking then don't block ads at all most of the time. Puffin is not perfect at adblocking but I'm not getting any popups at all, just the stray in-frame ad here and there. The downside is it's NOT free to use. You will very shortly run out of bandwidth on it and be told you need to pay CDN $1.29 a month to use it. Well, I just signed up for the 7-day free trial, then on the 3rd of March I'll be billed for it by Google. Comes out to $1.44 with taxes. Being that I've been using it kind of a LOT, I am willing to pay th
My cat has been on the fridge for years now and won't come down. My heal was badly cracked and painful. Petroleum jelly fixed it right up in a short time. There is just a bit of the callous left on it, and I'm hoping it comes off eventually. Rexall has this service where just before you run out of meds, you get a text to come and get more. Well, it has not worked for me the last while as you see. First off, I got 2 orders in 2 weeks, then I got this third one in 20 days after the last one So now I have 2.5 months of pills on the shelf. I canceled my auto refill service and am just going to call them from now on. I told them twice already it was giving me them too early, and nothing was fixed, so I'll just do it the old way from now on.
So I was looking at Google One. It's actually a great deal but I'm happy with my cloud, so I wanted to see if I could get just a VPN and if it would be a total of the same or less money. I searched "Best Canadian VPN". The second link took me to a nice looking list of the top ten. Well I clicked the link to go to the site on one I liked the description of, then all the sudden crap stated to pop up in my task bar over on the right. They would pop up then go away. I clicked the show hidden button and there it was 4 app icons I did NOT want or manually install. "Safer Web", "Rav Endpoint Security", "VPN by Rav", and one I forgot to write the name down of, so I forget it. The shady bastards had installed unwanted crap on my system. It did not set off my security, and when I googled them, it said they where not harmful, just annoying. I uninstalled them and cleaned off every trace of their existence. Then did a deep scan, it found nothing. The
There is an issue with Microsoft having the fast boot turned on by default. This prevents the PC from turning all the way off when you select "Shut down". Follow the steps below to fix that. Windows + X (hold windows button then press X at the same time) Power options Additional power settings (link on the right) Choose what the power button does Change settings that are currently unavailable (Un check) Turn on fast startup, Hibernate and Lock
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