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.

How to Stop Spam on Email

There’s no doubt that almost all of us use email on weekly, if not daily, basis. Although we don’t use emails to connect with friends and family, thanks to several social media websites, but emails are the main communication channel when it comes to businesses. But, there’s always a flip …

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How to View Wifi Password on Galaxy S8

Android devices are ingenious gadgets. We use them for calling, chatting, taking pictures, browsing the web, and much more. You have probably noticed that if you connected your Android to a WiFi network once, it would remember the password for that network, and it will automatically connect whenever you are …

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How to Do a Reverse Google Image Search From Any Android

We often use the search engines like Google or Bing to find particular photos using the Image Search feature. It shows images related to the word that we typed, and sometimes it can be a lifesaver. But, you’ve probably faced a scenario where you have an image and want to …

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How to Send Any Android Notification to PC or Mac

If you are working on a computer, you’ve probably experienced the scenario when your phone notifications bother you during work. Yes, you can always turn off your smartphone, but that way, you may miss some important events. Like for example, when your beloved one invites you to dinner through a …

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Fix: Galaxy S6 Won’t Charge

I can’t think of many phones that had a better launch than Samsung Galaxy S6. For the most part, the phone received positive reviews from critics, who were impressed by the devices’ upgraded build quality over prior models. This coupled with serious improvements to the display, camera, and performance ensured …

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How to Show Wi-Fi passwords on Android

Wi-Fi is one of the most used functions of our modern Android devices. Throughout a device’s lifespan, it will connect to a whole lot of Wi-Fi networks (free or password-protected). Every time you connect to a new Wi-Fi network, your device is programmed to store the name along with the …

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Fix: Downloading… Do not turn off target

Are you stuck in download mode? “Downloading..Do not turn off target!!” is an error message that appears mainly on Samsung and some Nexus devices. Most users report that their device unexpectedly rebooted into a black screen with the caption “Downloading…Do not turn off target”. At a first glance, it might …

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Rimworld: A Sci-Fi Colony Management Simulator

Rimworld is a colony building simulator in which the player controls the growth of a colony consisting of workers/colonists. In-game events, such as raids and mad animals, are controlled by an intelligent AI storyteller. The difficulty and frequency of the events will depend on which storyteller and difficulty you choose. …

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Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Skydiving and Parachuting guide

Mastering parachuting and skydiving in Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is essential to getting a good start. You must know where to land and how to get there by parachuting and skydiving. All 100 players start in the hold of a cargo plane that follows a set flight path, which is randomized every …

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Best Alternatives for a Genuine Unix Download

If you’re looking for a genuine Unix download, then you’re going to be looking for quite some time. The original Unix operating system doesn’t exist as a standalone entity any longer. While we often talk about Google Android and GNU/Linux as Unix system, they’re technically descended from Unix clones. This …

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How to Compute Md5sum Lists

Users of various Unix implementations including Linux and FreeBSD are probably used to seeing checksum numbers that correspond to the Md5sum or Sha256sum standards. You’ve probably downloaded an ISO and run the md5sum command on it to make sure that you’ve downloaded it right. These hex numbers are sums of …

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How to Change root Password on Linux

The root account has the ability to control anything on a Unix system, and Linux is no different. One has to use the passwd command to change Linux password data, and the same goes for root. Due to the special nature of this command, some precautions do apply. Notably, it’s …

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How to Add “Take Ownership” to the Right-Click Menu in Windows Explorer

Taking ownership of files and folders is no easy task. It is very tedious and if you change your system files a lot, this can prove to be a tiresome task. Why not simply add a “Take Ownership” button whenever you right click on any file/folder? In Windows operating system, …

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How to Try Unreleased Apps From Google’s Play Store

Trying new Android apps and games is always fun and opens new possibilities for your smartphone. But, don’t you think that trying unreleased apps from Google’s Play Store is even more interesting? If your answer is YES, this article is just for you. Here I will explain to you how …

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How To Run Multiple Accounts on Any Android App

Many of us use multiple accounts for some Android apps. Usually, we have one where we have fun with our friends, and the other, professional account, where we deal with customers. I am not blaming anyone for using more than one account. I understand why you don’t want your Friday’s …

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Fix: Nexus 5 Won’t Turn On

For the most part, Nexus devices have a reputation for being worth the money. Nexus models are typically equipped with high-powered features at an affordable price. But sometimes, switching focus to making the product more affordable will sacrifice the overall user experience. Back when Nexus 5 arrived in the fall of …

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How to Move WhatsApp Chat History from Android to iOS

People will always switch sides from Android to iOS and vice-versa. Things have improved in terms of mobile OS migration over the years, but some things remain keen on making the transition as miserable as possible for casual users. If you’re trying to move Chat History or other Whatsapp data from …

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How to Move WhatsApp Chat History from iOS to Android

Every year, over four million people are switching from iOS to Android or the other way around. While some things are easier to migrate between the two ecosystems, moving Whatsapp data from iOS to Android is not as simple as we’d like it to be. The reason behind this shortcoming …

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How To Add Custom Actions on Your Android Home Button

Manufacturers have different approaches to building Android smartphones. They use various implementations for navigation buttons. Some use on-screen keys and others implement physical buttons. However, many Android users prefer customizing the home button actions of their smartphones. But, how can you add a custom functionality on the home button of …

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Fix: Unknown issue with Google Play Services

This guide will attempt to solve the “Unknown issue with Google Play Services” error on Android. Since it doesn’t have an error code, this is one of the hardest issues to pinpoint. But be patient, follow through with all the methods below and we’ll surely get to the bottom of …

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Fix: Google Play “Server Error” and “No Connection”

Google Play Store is the most popular Android app market, used by hundreds of millions of users around the world. Although the app is stable for the most part, there are some instances where errors make it unusable or limit its functionality. Google has made it easier to identify errors …

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How to Setup Voicemail on Galaxy S6

Voicemails have been around in one form or another since the beginning telephone communications. This feature still manages to make its way on every smartphone, despite the rate in which technology is evolving. The reason for this is usefulness – you won’t miss any unanswered calls even if your phone is …

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How to Ping Google in Linux

The ping command sends an ECHO_REQUEST to a remote server in order to judge just how solid a connection is. You could ping any remote host that you’d like via a host name or an IP address, but many administrators ping Google since it’s a stable site that many people …

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How to Use CTRL R in Linux

If you’re using the modern bash shell, then you can use Ctrl+R as a keyboard shortcut to search through your command history. You can bring up commands that you used previously and issue them over again. This might work in other shells as well, such as if you’re using ksh …

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How to Free Linux Buffers and Caches

Users may want to free Linux buffer and cache space if they think that it’s taking up too much room in RAM. This is usually because they’re used to Windows or Macintosh environments that don’t cache as aggressively. Doing this can actually reduce performance. However, it’s a good idea to …

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