How to make and play backup copies of your wii games
(aka wii hacking for dummies)
I had a simple problem, I wanted to make backup copies of my wii games and play those backup copies while the original discs were safely tucked away. This way I don’t have to worry about losing them or damaging them since I frequently take my wii to friend’s houses to play. Searching all over the internet for how to do this was very frustrating because of all the articles I found, none of them just explained step by step how to copy and play my copied games. Continue reading ‘How to copy wii games’ »
As anyone who has done this knows, getting information on and off a mobile phone is a PITA. What makes this particular time even more difficult is that the display on the phone is cracked and rendered completely useless. The staff at the store had told my client that nothing was recoverable from the phone. Continue reading ‘Get contacts and pictures from samsung sync SGH-A707’ »
Maybe you don’t want to use outlook, maybe you don’t have a windows xp or vista pc, or maybe active sync or WMDC is just not working. In any case, there is another way to bulk copy contacts to your windows mobile 5 or windows mobile 6 device. Continue reading ‘Get contacts on a windows mobile phone without sync’ »
Everyone with a cell phone running windows mobile 5 or windows mobile 6 and a computer running windows vista has had the chance to experience windows mobile device center. While windows XP used active sync, vista now uses WMDC. The first release of WMDC was 6.0 (maybe to make everyone think it had been around for awhile and so would be nice and stable?). Until sometime in early 2009, this worked fairly well for most users. However, now that WMDC 6.1 has been released and automatically upgraded through windows update, many people have experienced a multitude of errors trying to sync their contacts, calendars, tasks, and everything else that WMDC lets you do.
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