Record Zoom, Skype and Telegram calls

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Who can use Audio Hijack First of all, to all those who started working from home. All these Zoom- and Skype-flyers can now be recorded and then calmly listen to the missing details. For example, almost all important information flies out of my head an hour after the call. But, audio recordings help me to re-listen to important points and make a text Summary. And if something does not agree, then re-write with the interlocutor and clarify specific points. If this is a conversation with a customer or Lire la suite

How to untethered jailbreak iOS 8 and 8.1 on Mac?

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Despite the fact that the Chinese hackers from the Pangu team have released their jailbreak tool for devices running iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 for a long time, they continued to actively fix bugs and make minor changes. Gradually the application became more and more stable and acquired additional functions. For example, not so long ago there was an update that automatically installs the Cydia store on jailbroken devices. But until recently, the Pangu jailbreak had one significant drawback – there was no version for Mac OS X. Lire la suite

Personal impressions of AirPods Pro

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Immediately, I note that I used regular AirPods for about a year and a half and was very pleased with them. That said, I have little experience with noise canceling headphones: I only used the popular Bose QC35 for several days. In general, the impressions of AirPods Pro are as subjective as possible. Noise suppression Shumodav is the main feature of the new headphones. And it was because of the noise reduction that I bought them, since extraneous sounds greatly interfere with concentration. If in ordinary headphones you Lire la suite

Apple thanks PanguTeam hackers for finding vulnerabilities in iOS 8

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Last night Apple released an update to its mobile operating system iOS 8.1.1, which brought few changes to Apple’s mobile devices, except for one – perhaps the most important. This change applies to those users who prefer to “jailbreak” their devices. The fact is that in iOS 8.1.1 Apple closed the vulnerabilities used by the creators of the Pangu8 utility for untethered jailbreak of iOS 8-8.1. The fact that iOS 8.1.1 does not lend itself to jailbreak became known after the release of the first (and only) beta Lire la suite

How to fix cellular problems in iOS 14

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After installing major updates on iPhone, cellular issues are common. You may see a notification that the cellular update has failed. Sometimes in the settings of the cellular network, there is a message that an update is required. We will try our best to help you solve these problems. There are a small percentage of iPhone 7 smartphones with a faulty motherboard part. If you have one, Apple will fix it for free. Possible mistakes In addition to the obvious problems, such as the inability to connect to Lire la suite

🛡 How I protect my iPhone: RhinoShield CrashGuard NX case review

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At the end of 2016, RhinoShield sent me two iPhone cases for review. I never wrote a review, but one of the covers turned out to be so good that I used it for three years. During this time, the case was badly frayed, so for my own money I ordered new versions of covers for the iPhone 7, and now also for the iPhone 11. What is RhinoShield RhinoShield is a iPhone case brand from Evolutive Labs, founded by Cambridge University students in 2012. Their first product, Lire la suite

Untethered jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 showed on video

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As you know, in the recently released new version of the mobile operating system iOS 8.1.1, Apple has closed the vulnerabilities used for the untethered Pangu8 jailbreak. It is not yet known when a ready-made solution for new versions of iOS will appear, but today the iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak was demonstrated in a video. The video was posted by the famous hacker iH8sn0w, but it’s too early to rejoice. The point is that the hacker’s solution only works on devices with the old, 3-pin connector. For the Lightning Lire la suite

Google app now has widgets for iOS 14

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The public version of iOS 14 finally came out this week, and app developers have started adding new features to their apps. Google has already released updates for two of its apps and is preparing a third. IOS 14 introduces new and improved widgets that you can now add to your home screen. The Google main app now has a quick search widget. By tapping on the widget, you will open the keyboard and can immediately enter your query for a quick search. A larger widget with three Lire la suite

Gemini. How to Delete Photos on iPhone and Free Up Space on iCloud

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Gemini Photos is a program for finding and removing duplicate photos right on the iPhone. It was created by the guys from MacPaw, who are known for the CleanMyMac cleaner and the Setapp service. I think about Gemini every time the iPhone starts to complain about the lack of space in iCloud or the phone memory itself. This is exactly what happened recently: Gemini scans your phone’s library and finds photos you can delete. Such photographs are divided into five categories: Similar – images of the same object Lire la suite

Hackers have released a utility for jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 and 8.2

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As you know, the Pangu hacker team has not yet come up with a solution to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1. However, today a jailbreak for new versions of iOS still appeared – it was released by the TaiG team. Reputable hackers MuscleNerd and the Evad3rs team have already confirmed the release of TaiG’s jailbreak, but they recommend that you refrain from using it for now – until all the details are finally clarified. According to MuscleNerd, the main incentive for TaiG hackers to create a jailbreak was money, the Lire la suite

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