If you are looking for a way to get your phone back to factory, and permanently get rid of root (administrative rights) or maybe you are stuck in a boot loop, then this is the tool for you. If you don’t have the same phone model, you will have to look for your specific model in Mobile Upgrade S tool. [Read more…] about Restore to Factory/Unroot Alcatel Pixi3 4028s with Mobile Upgrade S
Today I will be teaching you how to create a scatter file for your Android device. Please be aware that you must have a MediaTek (MTK) device/phone. The process is simple enough, and root is not a must. [Read more…] about Create a Scatter file for Any MediaTek (MTK) Phone
This simple guide will teach you how to install Mediatek VCOM Preloader Drivers in Widows 8, and is applicable to Windows 10 users as well. [Read more…] about How to install Mediatek VCOM Preloader Drivers in Windows 8/10
Have you ever encountered annoying errors such as ‘This driver was not installed because it is not digitally signed.’ ? You are not alone in your frustration. This error commonly occurs in Windows 8 and later versions because Microsoft is unable to determine the origin of the driver you are attempting to install. Many 3rd party developed drivers will throw this error, and there’s no cause for alarm as long as you know that the source you are downloading from is secured/verified. This guide will teach you a simple and effective method to bypass that specific Microsoft restriction. [Read more…] about Disable Driver Signature Enforcement in Windows 8/10
This error is commonly found in the systems of users who happened to install the latest flavor of UBUNTU from their USB. The error looks similar to this if you happen to run the command
sudo apt-get update from the terminal.
To fix this error, simply launch the ‘ software updater application, click on settings and move to the Other Software tab. Uncheck cdrom: [Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS_Xenial_Xerus…]
Close ‘ software updater ‘ and tick on ‘ Reload ‘ and you can consider your problem fixed.
To verify that the xenial_xerus error is indeed gone, fire up the terminal and enter
sudo apt-get update and you should be met with no errors.
Today’s tutorial will teach you how to map a subdomain to Tumblr using WordPress.com, not to be confused with WordPress.org. Mapping a domain or subdomain to Tumblr is completely free of cost, provided you have a domain in the first place.
The first thing you’ll want to do is log-in to your WordPress.com account. ‘ My Sites ‘ and scroll down until you reach a section that reads ‘ Configure ‘ > Click on ‘ Domains ‘
You’ll be presented with a list of your purchased/mapped domains.
Click on the domain you wish to make a subdomain from.
A subdomain is a subdivision of an existing domain. For example, my domain is catloverr.com and I wish to make a photography subdomain. My subdomain would read as photos.catloverr.com , photography.catloverr.com or even cat-photography.catloverr.com (if I wanted to choose that path). Popular examples include blog.mydomain.com.
Once you have your chosen subdomain, you are ready to proceed. For this tutorial, I will be choosing blog.catloverr.com.
Click on DNS records > Add a new DNS record > A Record > For name: Blog (In my case) > Points to: 126.96.36.199 > Add ‘ New DNS Record ‘ once you are finished.
You are done with WordPress.com. Time to create or log into your Tumblr account.
You’ll be presented with the Tumblr dashboard. You need to make a click on the icon that looks like a person or similar to the Apple contacts icon.
There will be two tabs that read ‘ Account ‘ or ‘Tumblrs ‘.
Scroll below ‘ Tumblrs ‘ and choose your blog. Click on ‘ Edit Appearance ‘
< Make a click on the ‘ pencil ‘ icon. > Use Custom Domain
Write out your subdomain: in my case – blog.catloverr.com and click on Test. You should be getting a message that says ‘ It’s Good ‘
Simply hit ‘save’ and your changes will be reflected automatically the next time you visit your Tumblr.
I have tried to make this tutorial as easy as possible but if you have any doubts or questions, feel free to add on the comments below.