Kevin Arrows

Hi! I'm Kevin. Thank you for reading the article above. I am a certified MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) with over 10 years of experience. I love to address tech issues, and write tech how-to's in a way that it can be followed by everyone.

Fix: This File came from Another Computer and might be Blocked

If you have ever transferred files from another computer, you might have experienced message stating that this file came from another computer and might be blocked. This is an annoying message and you may experience it on a number of occasions such as when transferring files from another computer or …

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How to Fix System Thread Exception BSOD Caused by cmusbdac.sys

Frequent Blue Screens of Death (BSODs) are a nightmare for any Windows OS users because they simply won’t allow you to continue working on your computer. Your system freezes and the BSOD appears explaining just what happened and there is usually an error code displayed at the bottom of the …

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Fix: Windows 8 Apps Not Working

Before Windows 10 came to light, Windows 8 dominated the market as the latest OEM operating system from Microsoft. Many users fell in love with the new interface and the metro apps (WinRT applications that replaced the win32 applications). Metro apps can be arranged in tabs hence making the touchscreen …

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How to Fix irql_not_less_or_equal Error on Windows 10

PC gaming laptops and desktops have been rigged for high performance. This means that they can handle all the non-stop hours of hardware demands: a lot of CPU, RAM, and cooling among others. It is apparent that a lot of power is needed to meet the performance expectations. Usually this …

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How to Dual Boot ROMs on Galaxy S8 and Note 8 Series

Many Android enthusiasts enjoy installing custom ROMs such as LineageOS and Paranoid Android on their devices, but this typically comes at loss of the stock ROM. For Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note 8 owners who want to be able to dual-boot between custom and stock ROMs, or even multiple …

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How to Install Kali Nethunter on the Galaxy S8

Kali Nethunter is an Android ROM that was developed specifically for Nexus devices, but has been ported to various other brands as well. Kali’s main focus is on net security, and thus it’s become known as “The Hacker’s Paradise”, as Kali Nethunter comes with over 600 tools for security testing …

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How to Customize the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 Navigation Bar Without Root

The Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and Galaxy Note 8 originally shipped with color customization options for the navigation bar, yet for whatever reason, they removed this feature in the June OTA update. Fortunately, we can use ADB commands to tweak the navigation bar to our liking, and it only takes …

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How to Port the Galaxy Note 8 DualMessenger Feature to the Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 came with a feature called Dual Messenger, which allows you to use two separate accounts for the same messaging app. In a nutshell, it ‘installs’ a second version of the app with a separate icon, so you can easily launch both apps and use both …

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How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Exynos

The Samsung Note 8 is the latest high-end premium device from Samsung’s Note series, sporting 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, and the Samsung Exynos 8895 or the Snapdragon 835 CPU variants, depending on the region. This guide is only for the Exynos CPU variant, so if you have a Snapdragon version …

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Fix: High System and CPU Usage by MpCmdRun.exe

Many Windows 10 users who have upgraded to the Creators Update have been experiencing extremely slow internet because of a process named MpCmdRun.exe hogging their entire internet connection. When users affected by this problem investigate it via Task Manager or by accessing the Network tab of Windows 10’s Resource Monitor, …

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How to Check if Your iPhone is Locked by a Carrier?

If you are buying a pre-owned iPhone or cellular iPad, the first thing you should do is checking if it is locked to a specific carrier network. If you don’t check the status of your future iPhone, you may easily purchase a locked device. And, in case you don’t know …

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How to Fix ‘Your Apple ID has been disabled’

Have you ever seen this message on your iOS device? “Your Apple ID has been disabled” It shows up whenever you try to purchase music, or download apps and movies, from the Apple App Store. And, It doesn’t allow you to complete your action giving you just a simple explanation, …

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How to Login to iCloud.com Using Your iPhone or iPad

If you ever tried to go to iCloud.com from your iPhone or any other iOS device, you have probably faced with the website with no login option, as the picture below presents. So, does it mean that logging to iCloud.com from your iPhone is impossible? Well, it is not impossible, …

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How to Edit Gameplay Videos with SHAREfactory on PS4

If you’re a gamer, I’m willing to bet you have at least one gameplay moment that you’re extremely proud of. But if none of your friends were there to witness your spark of genius, how on earth can you brag about achieving something this amazing? Well, you can use something …

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How to Forward Multiple Emails in Gmail

I think we can all agree that Gmail is among the best email clients out there. In terms of security and stability, Google has no serious competitors. But Gmail is far from perfect, as it’s laking a series of key features. The inability to provide a simple method of forwarding …

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How to Set Wifi Priority on iOS and MacOS

Wi-Fi has become so common that we’re starting to take it for granted. Internet access has improved worldwide with the apparition of Wi-FI networks that allow users to grab internet from thin air. Nowadays, public places without a Wi-Fi network are quickly becoming extinct. But sometimes, having too many Wi-Fi …

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How to Remove DRM (FairPlay) from iTunes Movies

If you recently brought video content from iTunes, you might have noticed that you can’t really play it outside the Apple ecosystem. Have you tried to watch it on an Android device, push it to a media server or send it to your Smart TV? Regardless of the platform that you …

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How to Extract and Open RAR Files on MacOS

Are you familiar with RAR files? Majority of the file content that you download from the internet comes in compressed .rar files. If you like to view and use the compressed data on your Mac, first, you need to extract the RAR file. However, because macOS does not include a …

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How to Migrate from an Android Phone to an iPhone

Let’s say you are an Android user and you want to move to iOS. Or maybe, you’ve already moved to iOS, but you still have valuable information on your Android. I am sure that this sounds familiar to you. And, keep in mind that you are not dealing with this …

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How to Add and Enable Subtitles in Kodi v17 Krypton

At a first glance, Kodi is just a free, simple, open-source media player. But Kodi is capable of playing most of the formats you can throw at it, which makes it really reliable. Furthermore, what makes it really appealing for users around the world is the plethora of add-ons and …

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How to Improve the Download Speed on Your PS4

When it comes to picking a side in the console wars, I’ve always backed Sony. But I can’t help but admit that slow downloads speeds have plagued the PlayStation console for as long as I remember. Games got a lot bigger in the last couple of years. It’s now common …

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How to Enable and Configure Push to Talk in Discord

Discord quickly rose up to be among the most used chat services by gamers around the world. The VOIP service puts an emphasis on gaming and was built upon a lot of Slack’s principles. While the group chat is super straightforward, you can do more advanced stuff like organizing custom …

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How to Create and Configure a Discord Server (Windows & Android)

TeamSpeak is no longer the undisputed king of VOIP services. If you played multiplayer games, chances are your friends are already making you join them on Discord. If you haven’t heard about Discord, it’s a free chat service with a focus on the gaming industry. It borrowed a lot of …

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How to: Stream Kodi To Chromecast from Android, PC or MAC

Even if you’re not a big fan of Google, you have to acknowledge that Chromecast is one of the best streaming kits out there. You can simply plug in the Micro USB end in the back of your TV and enjoy 4k streaming and HEVC content. If you compare the …

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How to Remap Bixy Button on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8

If you were to choose a pocket assistant, I’m willing to bet you won’t go for Bixby. Samsung was so committed to forcing Bixby upon its users that it even included a hardware button on Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8. But the reality is, Bixby is …

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