With everyone uploading pictures during nights out and other fun occasions. It can be a hassle to find them and download them one by one. Facebook grabber can help you out by downloading all the pictures which have your name tagged in them. It’s available for Mac and Windows users.
Instructions for using FacebookGrabber
Start the program and press “Login”
You need to identify yourself and generate a token. Follow the instructions to generate a token and insert it into FacebookGrabber. Press “I want to download”.
Check the boxes to specify a filter for the pictures which you would like to “grab” and press “Begin Download”
Choose a location where you would like to save the pictures.
I have noticed on my HTC 8S that when the phone stops responding and it reboots or I will give it a reboot, I will have extra copies of pictures on my phone depending on the amount of reboots the phone has had. This resulted into a lot of excessive use of extra storage space. The only program I could think of which would do something like this would be the backup function so I disabled this.
Disable the auto upload by pressing the function you would like to have disabled. (I would recommend to disable the “Photos” and “app list + settings”)
Reboot your phone
Tip: If you choose to disable the auto upload regarding you “app list + settings”, I do advise to still do this manually every once in a while. If something does happen to your phone you can always retrieve a copy of your settings.
The Minuum keyboard is one project which focus remains at the user experience. In this case a snappy response and it doens’t use too much screen real estate of that phone with the 5″ screen you paid top currency to get in the first place.
The project is still in development and by the looks of it an Android version will be launched at first and iOS app has to be configured from within the app itself. No word on Windows phone or Blackberry yet…
A new trojan specifically for Macs has been discovered that installs an adware plugin. The malware attempts to monetize its attack by injecting ads into Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (the most popular browsers on Apple’s desktop platform) in the hopes that users will generate money for its creators by viewing (and maybe even clicking) them.
I am using Instapaper with it’s premium “send to Kindle” function. But a new plug-in just showed up on the block specially for WordPress bloggers to let Kindle users automatically send your blog article to their device (Kindle app, Kindle, PC, Mac, etc)
It is easy to configure and doesn’t take a lot of your (readers) time
I am not sure if it is a production error but after a couple of months the power socket of my Reloop RMX-40 DSP the connection went a bit flawed. It would work though with a little wiggle but hat wasn’t a proper solution. I can highly suggest to clean your mixer every once in a while. Dust, hairs, crumble, etc will collect between your faders and buttons. It was a good moment to open up my one.
After removing buttons, top plate and main PCB. I came by the internal power adapter and had a good look at it and found the problem to the not so flawless connection. The soldering points were degraded after several times of connecting and disconnecting. The easiest way to fix this is to resolder these points but that would also mean that the problem will reoccur again after several months of use. I got a power socket from the local radioshack and replaced the original one with this one. And connected everything again in a reversed order.
The mixer worked without a hitch ever since.
I included a little step-by-step instruction for everyone who needs it.