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3. Oracle SGA Architecture Overview (Part 3)
 
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Part 3 of 4 Pete Cassidy explaining the SGA (System Global Area) of an Oracle instance. http://www.collin.edu/ce/spotlights/cassidy.html Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=addFo5FMzkg Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmc9uxNW99E Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_2TfSHotsY Part4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNGLyWIPPTQ
Views: 50525 RMskater
The In-N-Out Drive-Thru Line
 
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So Michael and I went by the In-N-Out to see if we could get burgers and a few for Chase, but it was ridiculously long. I suppose we could have gone stood in line (it was only about a 30-45 minute wait), but since it was raining, we decided not to. Bleh. Michael and I have decided that the Californians decided to tell their Texan friends about In-N-Out, and so everyone has come to try it. If you're not from California, you won't get it, and you'll just think it tastes like any other fast food burger joint. This is the one in Allen, not Frisco. 190/700 East Stacy Road Allen, Texas 75002
Views: 3488 RMskater
at&t U-Verse Tier 2 Support
 
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This is what customers are like in the customer support field. Created by a friend, but I have experienced this as well, when I USED to work IT.
Views: 2760 RMskater
Driving Back Through The Tunnel
 
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My friend Sean, driving through the Addison Airport Tunnel in Carrollton. The tunnel goes underneath the airport runway, and is located on Keller Springs Road, right in between Addison Road and Midway Road. It IS A TOLL, so if you want to race it, make sure you bring $0.75 per way (so $1.50 for a round trip). Also, as you can tell, it's two single lane roads (one lane in each direction), so if you actually decide to race, be sure you guys are safe, or you can swerve. Don't play chicken, as the other drivers are not expecting this, and please be safe for them. Also, try to only race it a few times, as the city of Addison is fairly small, and the cops can get from one side of the city to the other in about 10-15 minutes. If you decide to hot rod it through there too many times, you may have to run from the police (and from personal experience, it's not fun). The Addison Airport address is: 4407 N Beltwood Pkwy # 109, Dallas, TX
Views: 591 RMskater
Bluetooth Keyboard On OS 4.0 Confirmed
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY The Better Bluetooth Keyboard Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr7a_IPbMOA As they said, 4.0 allows us to use bluetooth keyboard (I really don't care about you guys who jailbreak and use the bluetooth stack to do this). It does work with brands OTHER THAN just Apple, but this is the only one that I had on hand when I was ready to film. For the life of me, I can't figure out the key combination on how to send the message or how to select things (like when I was in the "Send To" area, I couldn't select my name when it popped up, so I had to tap it). No idea. And I tried every key combination I could think of. Oh, uh, sorry about the music in the background...that's actually coming from my HEADPHONES (not speakers) that are around my neck. Apparently my camera's microphone is very sensitive! I plan on making an extended video here, because if you're using a Mac keyboard, some of the function keys work, like the "brightness" adjustment hotkeys. Kinda' cool... :-D I tried to make it as proof-wise as possible (however, upon watching it, I realized that for most of the video, you can't even see the keyboard...), so people wouldn't think that I wasn't pulling a trick, but I'm still not happy with this. If anyone has a better idea of how to show proof of this idea, just let me know. :-)
Views: 1358 RMskater
How To Change App Icons On Non-Jailbroken iDevices
 
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You can change your iOS device app icons on either a Windows or a Mac computer WITHOUT JAILBREAKING. Watch the video for full directions and the big app warning, but here's a brief rundown. THIS DOES NOT SEEM TO BE WORKING FOR iOS 5. This is great for creating iPhone 4 high resolution icons for the apps where the developer has not given you one, or to change the app icon completely! 1) Using iPhone Explorer, expand the "Applications" folder. 2) Locate the app folder that you want to change the icon for. 3) Pull the "Info.plist" out, onto your computer desktop. 4) Open it up, and look at the "Icon file" (if there is only one icon file) or "CFBundleIconFiles" info (if there are multiple icon files). 5) Create a PNG image and rename it the same that is in the icon info. 6) Drag that into the app folder, as shown in the video, and confirm to replace it (it's a good idea to backup what is originally in there, just in case you mess up!) The naming rules are USUALLY what follows below, but not always, hence the necessity for step 3&4 above: Icon.png (57x57 -- for iPhone and iPod Touch) [email protected] (114x114 -- for iPhone 4) Icon-72.png (72x72 -- for iPad) Icon-Small.png (29x29 -- Settings app and in search results for iPhone and iPod Touch) [email protected] (58x58 -- Settings app and in search results on iPhone 4) Icon-Small-50.png (50x50 -- search results on iPad) Downloads iPhone Explorer (Win & Mac): http://www.macroplant.com/iphoneexplorer/ DL plist Editor for Windows v1.0.2 http://www.softpedia.com/get/Programming/File-Editors/plist-Editor-for-Windows.shtml
Views: 15849 RMskater
Marilyn Manson Concert at Palladium Ballroom
 
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Tiff and I went to the Marilyn Manson concert, and I recorded it. We were originally in the front of the stage, but it started to get really packed, so we went to the side of the stage to watch.
Views: 2174 RMskater
iPod New Playlist Features
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY As shown in the video, the playlists are able to be manipulated on the iPhone/iPod Touch themselves. I forgot to show that you can create a new playlist (although that's old news to those with iPads). Also, the main thing that I was showing between the iPhone and the computer is that the playlists mimic the structure of your playlists on iTunes. In other words, if you have categorized playlists, then it will categorize it once you sync it.
Views: 224 RMskater
My L5 Remote Review
 
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In response to TUAW's remote review (linked below), I did one of the L5 remote (http://l5remote.com/), which I have been using for quite a bit, and thoroughly enjoy. Very customizable and easy to pick up and enjoy, but I am thinking of ordering either the RedEye from ThinkFlood (http://thinkflood.com/products/redeye/), or the SQ Blaster (http://squareconnect.com/) as I like not having to plug any accessory in, but simply firing up an app. TUAW's Remote Review: http://www.tuaw.com/2011/07/15/which-universal-remote-for-ios-should-you-choose/
Views: 9916 RMskater
Quick Run
 
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After the freestyle run (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kKAwvBWDYE), did a few quick "modern" tricks as well. Two things to note about the first three tricks, as I get asked this a lot: 1) The hospital flip is flipped 1/4 to 1/2 way, then spun around the front foot. A CASPER FLIP is flipped 1/4 to 1/2 way, then kicked BY THE BACK FOOT back into position. The hospital flip (that I do here) has no interaction from the back foot, and everything is done with the front foot. 2) The kastalerial flip is a varial kickflip (varial flip) with a body varial in the OPPOSITE direction. It is NOT a disco flip, which is a heelflip (not varial) with a body varial (the board stays straight, and the rider rotates). 3) The old-school kickflip is flipped by hooking the inner ball of your foot (either one, but usually the back foot) under the side edge of your board, and then hopping off of the other foot, and while you're jumping up, pulling the board up with the hooked foot. PRESSURE FLIPS involve putting so much downward pressure onto the edge of the board that it rolls over from the pressure you're putting onto it. Tricks: MESSED UP HOSPITAL FLIP 1) Hospital Flip (NOT a casper flip) 2) Kastalerial Flip 3) Old-School Kickflip (NOT a pressure flip) 4) Handstand Flip 5) Handstand Flip #2 MESSED UP HANDSTAND FLIP
Views: 124 RMskater
Places (In Photos) [Glitched]
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY Welps, this was an attempt to show the geo-tagging feature new in OS 4.0, but I guess it's not been coded, just the GUI part, because as you can see, it glitches out when I try to select it (and then disappears when I try to go back to it).
Views: 278 RMskater
Soli Being Abused With Love
 
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Lovin' on Soli, and hearing her meow in response. Good times...
Views: 12 RMskater
Cyber Getting Paddled
 
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Cyber dropped my name on his show (http://www.cpwsradio.com) and so the mistress decided to take the spanking into her own hands. :-)
Views: 7735 RMskater
Showing That Homebrew Is Not Destroyed Via An Official Update To 4.1U Part 1
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve1O8QZH5sM Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKxaKSDeXl0 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIFiGFNXuzM Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRhpJH4AT4 This is me proving that Homebrew exists and works on the Wii with system update v4.1U. I am in Plano, TX (America), for those wondering. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). [Mini Detour Description] Wow...I apologize so much for this video. The length and bulk of this video is due to the fact that I had to attempt the network update four or five times, due to my network being sketchy. I then realized that it was because I had two computers massively hogging bandwidth via torrents that were downloading, haha. I stopped these, and reattempted the update. Now...the WEIRDEST thing I've ever experienced happened...it kept erroring out, but on one of those times that it sent me to back to the Wii main menu, I noticed the little blue SD card in the lower left hand corner, indicating that I now had a 4.x system version. Well, upon checking the version, I realized it had updated itself to version 4.1, without giving me the confirmation of succeeding...oddest thing I've ever witnessed. I would have just cut the failed update attempts out, or something like that, but I wanted everyone to see that the video is one total continuous video (even though I have to split it into chunks, due to YouTube's size restriction), and that I didn't have everything smooth, but that it was successful, and that I didn't just replace a Wii that had 4.1 with the one I was using. I wanted one continuous video from start to finish. I do apologize for the unnecessary length and bulk of the video, however. [END Mini Detour Description] Anyways, onto the main description. So due to my previous video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUwhSGqON-w), it's known to my friends that I have a softmodded Wii. Well, they wanted theirs modded, and it was a great way to prove to all those people that you can can CAN softmod a Wii that's below version 4.0, and then update it to system update 4.1 WITHOUT losing my Homebrew. It's annoying to see how many ignorant users there are out there that believe that system update 4.1 destroyed Homebrew, or will brick your Wii. When done correctly, it will NOT damage your Wii. All 4.1 does is what Nintendo stated: It fixes the glitch in Wii Sports Resort. It's not an updated "Homebrew Search and Destroy" update. The application that I use to show Homebrew functionality is called WiiEarth, and can be found here: "http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_applications". Anyways, I go through the obvious (and exaggerated, just to prove to everyone that this is the real deal, and not a doctored or faked video) motions of setting up the Wii, showing that the system is 3.1U and that everything is good. Then I show the whole process of me softmodding the Wii. Finally, I show the (MANY) attempts at updating the Wii through WiFi (I don't have my USB LAN adapter on me), and finally that the Wii has updated itself, through an OFFICIAL update process. Finally, I restart the homebrew to show that homebrew is still alive and well. :-)
Views: 4356 RMskater
Freestyle Skateboard Profile (Sketchy)
 
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This would've been better, had I warmed up, not just woken up, etc (you can also hear me sniffling, as I was getting over some kind of 48-hour sickness). I'm also none too happy that I rolled out of screen at 00:29. I had gone to sleep, then woken up sometime around 2313ish, and decided that I wanted to get a "skate profile" of what I can do (not sure why that popped into my head, instead of wanting to go back to sleep). I often get asked what I can do on a skateboard, and figured that this would be an easy way to show people, rather than try to tell them. in addition, this shows that I can actually do my tricks in a line, as my tricks are always filmed individually, instead of together, in a line/run. I will admit though, I am none to happy with the overall of this video; how sketchy and broken my tricks are, how I move around too much, how I keep rolling all over the place after each trick, et cetera. I suppose it's a decent run, but sometime when I feel like it (in another few years? Haha!), I'll clean it up, and get a more decent video. One last thing: I do NOT normally hold my wrap-arounds with the inner of my ankle on the tail of the board, that just happened to be a weird catch there. Normally I catch and hold it like a normal truckstand. Just wanted to notate that. In addition, it's actually quite dangerous to do the truckstand like that, as it can lead to broken ankles. Tricks: 1) Starter Flip to Rail 2) Rail flip (NOT a primo flip) 3) Quick Shove-It 4) 50-50 [Fingerflip] 5) Crossover 50-50 [Fingerflip] to Wrap Around (Saran Wrap) 6) No-Handed 50-50 [Fingerflip] (Truckstand) 7) 180 Crossover 50-50 [Fingerflip] MESSED UP HANDSTAND FLIP 8) Handstand Flip SPLINTER IN HAND MESSED UP BALANCE 9) One-Handed Handstand Flip Got a few more quick tricks after this, also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wwcx6q1UFg
Views: 1106 RMskater
iPhone AirSync
 
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Showing the iPhone syncing to iTunes over WiFi, on the same network. iOS 5.0 beta 1 Preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFXtJbttcXY
Views: 1869 RMskater
New Network Settings (Tethering)
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY Some of the new network settings in 4.0 beta 4. So not quite sure what the purpose of the Provisioning Profile is, but it wasn't there in beta 3. Anyways, I had to reset my network settings, in order to get the tethering option. Either way, it looks like at&t may finally be getting on the ball, only a year late, haha. At least it's coming though.
Views: 5477 RMskater
Proving Homebrew On The Wii v4.1U
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. EDIT: I just realized that this doesn't prove that I have Homebrew on my Wii, just that I can load games from an external USB device. I have made two new videos (split into chunks to comply with YouTube's size regulations). Showing That Homebrew Isn't Destroyed Via An Official Update To 4.1U (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve1O8QZH5sM) [Remove the space in this URL] Showing that USB Loader games can play online (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1zREiaFUfo) [Remove the space in this URL] END EDIT This is me proving that Homebrew exists and works on the Wii with system update v4.1U. I am in Plano, TX (America), for those wondering. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). I start in the Wii home menu to show that it is a real Wii, then go to the settings to show that the system has update 4.1 on it. Then I go back to the Wii system menu and run USB Loader GX. I start Mario Power Tennis to prove that it's working, then exit back to the Wii menu, and then back to the system settings and a super close-up on the Wii system firmware version number, because I'm not sure if the first time around it was clear to see. I tried to play Street Fighter II Turbo (a wad I had downloaded, then installed via WadManager), but I didn't have the classic controller plugged in, and I didn't feel like running to the back to get it, but you can see that the system allows me to do so (had I had the classic controller plugged in). The thing I do at the end is select the "Power-Off" wad I have, which is nice because it powers off my console, turns off my remotes and "hard" shuts down everything, instead of putting it in standby mode. You can get it here: "http://turdinc.kicks-ass.net/Msntv/ps2/wiiChannels.html". (For some reason there's a space after "/ps2/" and "wiiChannels.html" and I can't remove it. Just highlight the whole URL, copy it, paste it into your browser URL bar, and remove that space to get it to work.) As a final note, I am really sorry that my hand is so shaky. I recorded this with my phone, and the bottom of the TV is literally at my forehead's height (it's a work TV, not mine, otherwise it'd be lower). I was trying to keep the TV in the picture, while watching the phone's screen to make sure I was recording it, while using the remote and moving so the remote saw the sensor bar. Again, sorry for the shakiness. :'( The official site of USB Loader GX is as follows: "http://code.google.com/p/usbloader-gui/".
Views: 8423 RMskater
Showing That Homebrew Is Not Destroyed Via An Official Update To 4.1U Part 4
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve1O8QZH5sM Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKxaKSDeXl0 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIFiGFNXuzM Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRhpJH4AT4 This is me proving that Homebrew exists and works on the Wii with system update v4.1U. I am in Plano, TX (America), for those wondering. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). [Mini Detour Description] Wow...I apologize so much for this video. The length and bulk of this video is due to the fact that I had to attempt the network update four or five times, due to my network being sketchy. I then realized that it was because I had two computers massively hogging bandwidth via torrents that were downloading, haha. I stopped these, and reattempted the update. Now...the WEIRDEST thing I've ever experienced happened...it kept erroring out, but on one of those times that it sent me to back to the Wii main menu, I noticed the little blue SD card in the lower left hand corner, indicating that I now had a 4.x system version. Well, upon checking the version, I realized it had updated itself to version 4.1, without giving me the confirmation of succeeding...oddest thing I've ever witnessed. I would have just cut the failed update attempts out, or something like that, but I wanted everyone to see that the video is one total continuous video (even though I have to split it into chunks, due to YouTube's size restriction), and that I didn't have everything smooth, but that it was successful, and that I didn't just replace a Wii that had 4.1 with the one I was using. I wanted one continuous video from start to finish. I do apologize for the unnecessary length and bulk of the video, however. [END Mini Detour Description] Anyways, onto the main description. So due to my previous video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUwhSGqON-w), it's known to my friends that I have a softmodded Wii. Well, they wanted theirs modded, and it was a great way to prove to all those people that you can can CAN softmod a Wii that's below version 4.0, and then update it to system update 4.1 WITHOUT losing my Homebrew. It's annoying to see how many ignorant users there are out there that believe that system update 4.1 destroyed Homebrew, or will brick your Wii. When done correctly, it will NOT damage your Wii. All 4.1 does is what Nintendo stated: It fixes the glitch in Wii Sports Resort. It's not an updated "Homebrew Search and Destroy" update. The application that I use to show Homebrew functionality is called WiiEarth, and can be found here: "http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_applications". Anyways, I go through the obvious (and exaggerated, just to prove to everyone that this is the real deal, and not a doctored or faked video) motions of setting up the Wii, showing that the system is 3.1U and that everything is good. Then I show the whole process of me softmodding the Wii. Finally, I show the (MANY) attempts at updating the Wii through WiFi (I don't have my USB LAN adapter on me), and finally that the Wii has updated itself, through an OFFICIAL update process. Finally, I restart the homebrew to show that homebrew is still alive and well. :-)
Views: 1623 RMskater
iOS 5.0 β1 Preview
 
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DO NOT POST COMMENTS ASKING TO HAVE YOUR UDID ACTIVATED! This is my iOS 5.0 β (beta) 1 preview. You can now use your iPhone while syncing apps: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHVgA4QemEU iTunes now syncs multiple apps at a time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN7QREEQdsc Initial iPad 2 Setup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmKwJsG1tSE New Maps App Feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIE1ZCDG-Xw Newsstand Glitch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7n66blub4fU Remote iPhone App On iOS 5 Beta 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUE3NJiEC1c Hide Onscreen Keyboard on iPhone: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPgo8UzhFIY Sync Over WiFi w/Beta 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9b1T2UtZxs The iOS 5 update tent poles are: 1) Unified Notification Center with a system-wide "pull down notification center". 2) Alerts OR Banner Notifications (when you get a notification, text, et cetera, it drops down from the top, INSTEAD of popping up an alert in the middle of your screen that must be dismissed before anything else can be done. The notifications stay in the Notification Center until you view them or dismiss them. Tapping the notifications open up their respective app that called them up) 3) Slide To Open App Notifications (on the lock screen) 4) Customizable Text Tones & Vibration Patterns (which you can also assign to individual contacts) 5) Customizable System Sounds (Mail, New Voicemail, Calendar Alerts, et cetera) 6) LED Notification When A Text Is Received (iPhone 4 Only. Located In The Accessibility Settings Pane) 7) Camera Access From Lock Screen (double tap the home button when the screen is off) 8) Use The Volume Up Button To Take A Picture (does NOT work on iPad) 9) Photo Stream (upload your pictures that you take to the cloud, as backup) 10) Create Photo Albums Right On Your Device, w/o Needing A Computer 11) Edit Photos Right On Your Device (red eye correction, cropping, et cetera) 12) iMessage (iOS to iOS ONLY [in other words, NO, you canNOT iMessage to BlackBerry Messenger someone] messaging that doesn't use up your text messages, similar to RIM's BlackBerry Messenger. And YES, you CAN iMessage to iMessage iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches) 13) iCloud Access (you get 5 gigs free) to back up your devices, sync across multiple iDevices and "cut the cord" from the PC. This includes access to "iCloud.com" on any computer, to view your synced/backed up data on the web. 14) Delta OTA (over the air) updates allow you to update your device's firmware without ever having to connect to the computer. 15) iTunes Wi-Fi Syncing 16) Keyboard Shortcut Phrases (type in "otw", an have your device suggest "On The Way") 17) New Safari Enhancements 18) Email w/Formatting, Instead Of Plain Text 19) Location Based Reminders (new system app that will remind you of stuff on a specific date AND/OR when you leave OR arrive at a set location. Be warned that when you have a LOCATION reminder set, your location will be running in the background until it activates, causing a battery drain until dismissed) 20) New Calendar Views When You Rotate The Phone 21) iPod App Split Into Two DIFFERENT Apps (Music app & Video app) 22) System Integrated Twitter 23) Newsstand (ONLY useful if you subscribe to magazines or newspapers on the App Store. And NO, you canNOT put the Newsstand app in a folder) 24) Account-wide App, Music & iBooks Auto Download (option to have apps, music and iBooks downloaded automatically on iTunes when you download on your iDevice, and vice versa) iPad ONLY 25) Multitasking Gestures (FULLY navigate the iPad without ever pushing a button [except for wake and sleep]. Does NOT work on the 1st gen iPad) 26) Wireless Screen Mirroring to a 2nd Gen Apple TV (through AirPlay)
Views: 3068 RMskater
WAD Installation On v4.1U Wii (From Homebrew)
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. This is a video to show that a non-channel Homebrew WAD Manager app can install WADs on system 4.1U just fine, with no error. Near the end of the video you can hear me muttering, mainly because I was running out of time (YouTube only allows roughly 10 minutes to be uploaded, which is why my other videos are split). If you want to see WADs installed from a channel (the original video), then go here: "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9n4ioLovFU" (remove any spaces). Also, if you read the comments on that video, you can see why I created this video. For those getting an error -2011, please visit this link (remove any spaces that are in it). http://www.wiihacks.com/general-homebrew-hack-issues/6649-error-ret-2011-a.html#post35661
Views: 12341 RMskater
The Hospital Flip
 
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Yeah, the trick that I tend to create a ruckus over at the skatepark, among the young'uns. It's funny. Whenever I'm doing my flatland exercise/practice and I do this trick, at least one person has to get up and try it. Incidentally, this has broken many of my boards when I do it flatland, because for some reason, when I'm doing this on flatland, my weight bears down on the board right behind the front truck, causing it to buckle and break there. :'( This trick has cost me many a good board... This is at "The [email protected] Station Park", in Allen, TX, at the northwest corner of North Cedar Drive and St. Mary Drive. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=cedar+drive+&+st+mary+drive+allen+tx&aq=&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=35.219929,79.013672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=N+Cedar+Dr+&+St+Mary+Dr,+Allen,+Collin,+Texas+75002&t=h&z=16
Views: 353 RMskater
Alpha-Numeric Lock Screen
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY This is just a quick preview showing that we can now use an alpha, alpha-numeric or numeric passcode. If you don't want to use this and just want the old (3.1.3 numeric) phone keypad passcode, you can disable this in the settings. In fact, this is not defaulty enabled. You will have to go into the passcode settings menu to enable it. This is actually enabled in 3.x, but it's mostly known for corporations that need to use iPhones and want to securely manage them. You need to create a configuration profile that requests that an alpha-numeric passcode is used for the iPhone, and then you push it onto the iPhone, and you'll have alpha-numeric passcodes on the iPhone OS 3.x. I'm really not worried about anyone here knowing my passcode. Those who would watch the video that I know in real life either never have my phone, or I trust completely, so my passcode here is really not an issue, especially since it was set just for this video, and has no relevance to any of my other online activities. Oh, sorry about my tapping knee...I was listening to music while I made this video.
Views: 1541 RMskater
Showing That Homebrew Is Not Destroyed Via An Official Update To 4.1U Part 2
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve1O8QZH5sM Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKxaKSDeXl0 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIFiGFNXuzM Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRhpJH4AT4 This is me proving that Homebrew exists and works on the Wii with system update v4.1U. I am in Plano, TX (America), for those wondering. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). [Mini Detour Description] Wow...I apologize so much for this video. The length and bulk of this video is due to the fact that I had to attempt the network update four or five times, due to my network being sketchy. I then realized that it was because I had two computers massively hogging bandwidth via torrents that were downloading, haha. I stopped these, and reattempted the update. Now...the WEIRDEST thing I've ever experienced happened...it kept erroring out, but on one of those times that it sent me to back to the Wii main menu, I noticed the little blue SD card in the lower left hand corner, indicating that I now had a 4.x system version. Well, upon checking the version, I realized it had updated itself to version 4.1, without giving me the confirmation of succeeding...oddest thing I've ever witnessed. I would have just cut the failed update attempts out, or something like that, but I wanted everyone to see that the video is one total continuous video (even though I have to split it into chunks, due to YouTube's size restriction), and that I didn't have everything smooth, but that it was successful, and that I didn't just replace a Wii that had 4.1 with the one I was using. I wanted one continuous video from start to finish. I do apologize for the unnecessary length and bulk of the video, however. [END Mini Detour Description] Anyways, onto the main description. So due to my previous video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUwhSGqON-w), it's known to my friends that I have a softmodded Wii. Well, they wanted theirs modded, and it was a great way to prove to all those people that you can can CAN softmod a Wii that's below version 4.0, and then update it to system update 4.1 WITHOUT losing my Homebrew. It's annoying to see how many ignorant users there are out there that believe that system update 4.1 destroyed Homebrew, or will brick your Wii. When done correctly, it will NOT damage your Wii. All 4.1 does is what Nintendo stated: It fixes the glitch in Wii Sports Resort. It's not an updated "Homebrew Search and Destroy" update. The application that I use to show Homebrew functionality is called WiiEarth, and can be found here: "http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_applications". Anyways, I go through the obvious (and exaggerated, just to prove to everyone that this is the real deal, and not a doctored or faked video) motions of setting up the Wii, showing that the system is 3.1U and that everything is good. Then I show the whole process of me softmodding the Wii. Finally, I show the (MANY) attempts at updating the Wii through WiFi (I don't have my USB LAN adapter on me), and finally that the Wii has updated itself, through an OFFICIAL update process. Finally, I restart the homebrew to show that homebrew is still alive and well. :-)
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Shooting Her Bow
 
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I went to the Plano archery range with my friend and classmate, Christy, to shoot, and she was sighting her bow when I took this video. Really cute. :-) Range Info: http://texasarcheryacademy.org/txaa-state-training-center (Coupon for free first time) Executive Directors: Clint Montgomery (214-827-7000) [Cell] Clint is a bow hunter. [email protected] Tony Fontana (214-683-6654) [Cell] Tony is a target shooter. [email protected] 600 Accent Drive Suite B Plano, TX (Plano Pkwy @ 75) next to the PGA Store. It is actually attached to the PGA store (left of the PGA), right behind (South of) Chic-Fil-A. There is no label, sign or markings on the building.
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Newsstand Glitch
 
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This is a glitch that I located with the Newsstand app (or folder, or lovechild of the two entities...whatever the heck it is...it acts like both...). Once I realized that it had properties of both, I tested up the wazoo to find a glitch...and found this! After confirming that this glitch is 100% reproducible, I filmed it. 1) Open Newsstand, then close it. 2) Confirm that it appears in the "fast app/multitasking bar". 3) Open a folder (IMPORTANT!!! You must not close the folder). 4) Open the "fast app/multitasking bar" and select Newsstand app/folder. 5) Tap the home button, and return to the page with the folder that you opened. The folders and icons should now be able to be freely moved around. The only way to be able to move icons and folders "on the grid" again is to reboot the device. Also, at the end of the video, I incorrectly identify this as "iOS beta 5", instead of "iOS 5 beta 1". My iOS 5 beta 1 preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFXtJbttcXY
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Bluetooth Keyboard 2nd Vid
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY The First Bluetooth Keyboard Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8HWoVn-sFQ First off, I HAVE TO APOLOGIZE for that damn light glare reflection. I didn't think to move the phone and camera until halfway through, and even then, it's not much of a difference. :'( Better video than my previous one (in aspects of how I present this). This one actually shows that you can activate the soft keyboard with an Apple bluetooth keyboard by hitting the CD eject key, and that with the brightness softkeys, you can adjust the iPhone's brightness. It also takes you into the iPod player and shows you that you are able to adjust the volume on the iPhone and also skip and change tracks and stop the iPod funtion. I have headphones on, so that's why you don't hear any sound in the iPod when it's playing and the volume is changing.
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Funny Springboard Glitch 2
 
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First Springboard Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUJnL046HAA So here's another springboard glitch I came across in the alpha. I had just opened up a PDF in an e-mail, and when I returned to my springboard, on the second page, the left portion of my apps had truncated themselves behind the right side of my apps on the first page of the springboard. Yeah, annoying, but I'm fine with it. It's what you should expect when you alpha test (and beta test also). A simple reset fixed this.
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Cydia On An iPhone 4 - NOT!
 
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UPDATE: On 13 July 2010, GeoHotz admitted the pic was fake. I have nothing against GeoHotz, and respect him, but his attitude, in my opinion, is starting to get to be that of a spoiled, entitled child, which is starting to get annoying. This video is a response to his PICTURE of an iPhone 4 jailbreak. Fantastic. If you want proof of concept, give us a video. Now granted, I fully think that he has the capability to jailbreak the iPhone 4. He's incredibly smart, but still. This is more of calling him out to prove himself. Everyone is saying that there's no reason to release it before 4.0.1. Understandable, don't want Apple to patch the exploit beforehand. However, a video, showing Cydia actually working would be much better. It wouldn't show the exploit, yet would show inexplicable proof that it was real. The picture on my iPhone 4 would be clearer, but I wanted to show a proof of concept of false information. If I actually cared, I'd find a jailbroken iPhone and take a screenshot of that one, but I don't care enough.
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iTunes 9.2 Beta
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY This is the new iTunes 9.2, that was seeded to developers. As you can see, it now supports folders.
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Jewel Cleaning Herself
 
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Was browsing through some videos that I had on my old HDD, and came across this one. I miss my girl, so I figured I'd put this one up.
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Normal Text Alert Over Scrolling Text Glitch
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY The First (Blurry) Scrolling Text Alert Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2imlhi66MY 2nd Scrolling Text Alert Preview Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0o0cgG6krc This is the 13th time I've experienced this glitch. Very odd, but cool. This time, I was viewing the glitch, and received a normal text alert (both text alerts [the scrolling one and the normal, non-scrolling one] were generated by the same e-mail address alert system). Interestingly enough, instead of combining the text alerts and saying that I have two new text messages, it popped up over the scrolling glitch, and then, as you can see in the video, when I closed the normal alert, the scrolling glitch was still there. And so the glitch thickens...haha. :-)
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Showing That USB Loader Games Work Online Part 2
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1zREiaFUfo Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LB7HN7cDXnY This is pretty much for proof that USB Loader games do retain full network functionality. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). Here, in this video, I'm showing that I'm using a v4.1U Wii, and that there is no disc in the Wii, just for exagerated proof of my point. I then load up the USB Loader GX. However, I forgot to load the disc covers and box images, so that's what I do before I load the game. After I do that, I show a brief intro of the disc images and the box images. However, onto the main point. Mario Kart Wii online. I ended up handing the Wiimote to my friend, because if you have sound, you can hear my thoughts and feelings on Mario Kart in general. Anyways, he does a full single race on Mario Kart Wii, then I disconnect it. This video is just to show that USB Loader games work online. :-D I use USB Loader GX to load my games from my external USB devices. The official site of USB Loader GX is as follows: "http://code.google.com/p/usbloader-gui/ ". I neither acknowledge, nor deny any form of pirating. I own some Wii games, and only acknowledge that I'm using the USB loader so I don't have to mess with discs.
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iAds Demo
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY This is the W&Y Pages app (free). It's got an iAd coded into it, that just ensures that the iAd actually works.
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Showing That Homebrew Is Not Destroyed Via An Official Update To 4.1U Part 3
 
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Please note that this is not a tutorial. I may edit my description from time to time with links (at the bottom) to help solve some peoples' dilemnas or troubles or questions, but this is NOT a tutorial. I will not teach you how to softmod your Wii, run games from a USB drive, or anything. That's up to you to learn. I make these kind of videos out of pure irritation and spitefulness of wanting to show people how ignorant or wrong or misinformed they are. Every now and then I'll take a request, but not usually. Please stop asking me to test something for you or whatnot. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ve1O8QZH5sM Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKxaKSDeXl0 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIFiGFNXuzM Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKRhpJH4AT4 This is me proving that Homebrew exists and works on the Wii with system update v4.1U. I am in Plano, TX (America), for those wondering. I run my games off of a Western Digital 250 Gig external USB harddrive (that Wal-Mart is selling on sale for $60). [Mini Detour Description] Wow...I apologize so much for this video. The length and bulk of this video is due to the fact that I had to attempt the network update four or five times, due to my network being sketchy. I then realized that it was because I had two computers massively hogging bandwidth via torrents that were downloading, haha. I stopped these, and reattempted the update. Now...the WEIRDEST thing I've ever experienced happened...it kept erroring out, but on one of those times that it sent me to back to the Wii main menu, I noticed the little blue SD card in the lower left hand corner, indicating that I now had a 4.x system version. Well, upon checking the version, I realized it had updated itself to version 4.1, without giving me the confirmation of succeeding...oddest thing I've ever witnessed. I would have just cut the failed update attempts out, or something like that, but I wanted everyone to see that the video is one total continuous video (even though I have to split it into chunks, due to YouTube's size restriction), and that I didn't have everything smooth, but that it was successful, and that I didn't just replace a Wii that had 4.1 with the one I was using. I wanted one continuous video from start to finish. I do apologize for the unnecessary length and bulk of the video, however. [END Mini Detour Description] Anyways, onto the main description. So due to my previous video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUwhSGqON-w), it's known to my friends that I have a softmodded Wii. Well, they wanted theirs modded, and it was a great way to prove to all those people that you can can CAN softmod a Wii that's below version 4.0, and then update it to system update 4.1 WITHOUT losing my Homebrew. It's annoying to see how many ignorant users there are out there that believe that system update 4.1 destroyed Homebrew, or will brick your Wii. When done correctly, it will NOT damage your Wii. All 4.1 does is what Nintendo stated: It fixes the glitch in Wii Sports Resort. It's not an updated "Homebrew Search and Destroy" update. The application that I use to show Homebrew functionality is called WiiEarth, and can be found here: "http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_applications". Anyways, I go through the obvious (and exaggerated, just to prove to everyone that this is the real deal, and not a doctored or faked video) motions of setting up the Wii, showing that the system is 3.1U and that everything is good. Then I show the whole process of me softmodding the Wii. Finally, I show the (MANY) attempts at updating the Wii through WiFi (I don't have my USB LAN adapter on me), and finally that the Wii has updated itself, through an OFFICIAL update process. Finally, I restart the homebrew to show that homebrew is still alive and well. :-)
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Folders
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY This is my preview of folders. Most of my stuff is already in folders (I've been using OS 4.0 Alpha for a few days now), so instead of splitting them all up, I figured that I'd integrate that as part of the video. As you can see, if you put an app that has a badge alert in a folder, it will show an "exclamation mark" on the folder. Thus, it is advised to not put apps that will have an extended badge alert in with an app that has alerts that are important. A perfect example is to not put your text messaging app in the same folder as a task manager app, because if you miss your text message on the same day that you have a task scheduled, the folder will always show that you have an alert, causing you to possibly overlook the missed text message. Oh, and the maximum amount of apps that you can put in one folder is 12. 4 columns across, 3 rows down, 12 apps total. And you cannot put a folder inside of another folder, haha. I kinda' wish I could, because I have 3 folders of games. Oh well, I'm happy with folders. :-D
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Hitting 106 In The Rental
 
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This is the rental car that I got to take up to Michigan. I used it to visit my friend, Megan Nicole, and needless to say, it was fantastic to speed in. 2010 Chevrolet Malibu, with sports mode, with paddle shifters!!! Sweetness! :-D
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Touch LCD Glitch
 
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A video for the developer of this application (very nice one, by the way) to illustrate the proximity sensor glitch that I'm experiencing.
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Remote iPhone App On iOS 5.0 Beta 1
 
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Small bug that I noticed on iOS 5, when I tried to use the remote app on the iPhone. The app works flawlessly on the iPad, but on the iPhone, it is buggy. My iOS 5.0 Beta 1 Preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFXtJbttcXY
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New iPod Controls & Orientation Lock
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY Okay, here's the description and what's going on: Beginning of the video: I have the iPod app playing when I unlock the iPhone, and then pull out the headphones. To those who have run beta 2, you'll know that this was a big glitch where the iPhone wouldn't register that the headphones were removed. Next: You can now remove multiple apps in the multitasking bar instead of having to remove them by holding on EACH ONE THAT YOU WANT TO REMOVE. See this video to see the old, one-by-one way: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7msq468844 Next to Last: I show you the iPod controls that are to the left of the multitasking bar. Finally: Some people may b*tch that the lock orientation only works in portrait. I like it, because it solves one of the biggest irritants of mine (and many others) when in the iPod app. Sweet! No more cover flow!
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CPWS Geek Time
 
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The Geek time was me introducing the big smartphone players, since I owned one of each. This is my buddy, Cyber's show. Usually every Wednesday, from 2000-1000. I could've done so much better, yes, I know. I wasn't quite prepared, and also was a little caught off-guard. Cyber's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/cybrpnk1 Cyber's Website http://www.cpwsradio.com/ CPWS Show's Chatroom http://www.ustream.tv/channel-room/11518 See Cyber Getting Spanked http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QjDdiihGRY Tink's Solo Belly Dance (The Techy) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7uhget_iO8
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2nd Scrolling Text Alert Preview Glitch
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY The First (Blurry) Scrolling Text Alert Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2imlhi66MY Normal Text Alert On Top Of Scrolling Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ5t_f8pDxI So it happened again, and as promised, here's a clearer view of it. It's happened 4 times, since the original video, and 7 times after this video so far... This is odd. Didn't happen at all for a week and a day, and now it's happening a lot more. Of course, having started my new job and set up text alerts to my phone, I get about 90 texts a day, which is more than usual, and each one is a multiple message text, so that may have something to do with it... Either way, cool, but odd. :-)
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Odd Light Sensor Glitch
 
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Accidentally found this glitch, which may be making my apps that require the proximity sensor to mess up...must investigate more, however.
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My Preview Of iPhone OS 4.0
 
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As mentioned by a friend, I'm sorry about the shakiness of this and all other videos in this subject matter. I tend to watch my phone's screen through my camera LCD, and thus, am not the most stable, and it gets even worse when I look at the phone's screen (due to not hitting the correct thing on the screen), and then all hand shake goes out the window. :-( This is just a quick preview of the iPhone OS 4.0 beta ON AN iPhone 3GS (okay, so I was wrong about it being an alpha). Beta 2 (Build: 8A248c) was released on 20 April 2010. Beta 3 (Build: 8A260b) was released on 4 May 2010, then revoked 2 hours later, then put back up later that night. Beta 4 (Build: 8A274b) was released late afternoon of 18 May 2010. iOS 4 Golden Master (new name) was released around 2000 CST, on 7 June 2010. Vids will be up soon. iOS 4 will go public on 21 June 2010, and will be free for ALL devices, including the iPod Touches, unlike the 3.0 update. The iPhone 4 will be released on 24 June 2010, and the pre-orders for them will start on 15 June 2010. An alpha is a version that is not ready to be tested and may still have features that will be added in the future, before it becomes a beta. That's exactly what this is...not all the features are out or available...it's just for the developers to have something to start with so they can make sure that their apps run with the new OS 4.0. If there's anything you want me to preview and show on the alpha, just let me know in the comments and I'll post a video of it! :-D Anyways, I will be modifying this description (and the video with annotations) to describe what I am doing in the video, and with more details. I will also be uploading more videos, specifically aimed at some of the preview features of the new OS 4.0. Installation of iOS 4 GM (Part 1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irX9YwbbytA Installation of iOS 4 GM (Part 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF0mL8yBF18 Gifting Apps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRYZcoMDUOw iAds Demo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDxYnJ34KOU Quick Overview of iOS "Pure" NOT COMING Restore From Backup (beta 4 backup to 4 GM) NOT COMING iTunes 9.2 Beta http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhWHDMy2b54 Bluetooth Keyboard Confirmed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8HWoVn-sFQ The Better Bluetooth Keyboard Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr7a_IPbMOA Funny Springboard Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUJnL046HAA Alpha-Numeric Lock Screen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl5zyxeHY_s iPod New Playlist Features http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpjN6D2i6gE Folders (All About Them) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjLWS_J8HOY The Multitasking/Backgrounding Bar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7msq468844 The New iPod Controls & Orientation Lock http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkz5Y-Yj7ww Is Google Trying To Background? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Oa5or1S6Xg Texting (Spell Check and Character Count) NOT COMING Scrolling Text Alert Preview Glitch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2imlhi66MY The Camera (And It's Zoom) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-wIAObl1NM Places (In Photos) [Glitched] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lx-v6DTXws4 Rotating Picture Gallery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvlAyAXWFnY Mail (Viewing An AIO Inbox Or Each One Individually) NOT COMING Torchlight Built-In Feature http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBoG8imcGI4 Settings (4.0 beta 3): The New Stuff http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VVCGzD2dqA New Network Settings (Tethering) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VVCGzD2dqA
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Picture Gallery Rotation
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY You can now rotate the picture gallery views. Kinda' cool, I suppose, but my phone is now always locked into portrait orientation, so this enhancement matters not to me.
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Introduction To My Hotel Room
 
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I had gotten into an argument with Austin and Mary, and thus, ended up having to get myself an apartment room for my stay in Michigan. This is the Candlewood Suites, in Auburn Hills, Michigan. This was my home from 9 January 2010 - 13 January 2010. It was actually pretty cozy, and while I was not happy about being here in the beginning, I didn't want to leave it in the end, and I miss it severely. I took this video at 0933, after driving for about 24 hours, with a 3 hour nap in between. After I got everything set up, I tried to sleep for about an hour, but failed, so I then went to locate a skatepark, which I successfully found (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOzdUgXY3qQ). This was actually a fantastic hotel (along with a fantastic girl: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pf9u7M6vafU), and if I ever find myself needing any place to stay in Michigan, I definitely will come back here, to this one. The staff was absolutely fantastic, and helped me out far beyond belief, price-wise, attractions around me, etc. I really miss this place. 1650 Opdyke Road Auburn Hills, MI 48326 (248) 373-3342 http://www.candlewoodsuites.com‎
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Walk-Around Of My Bike While It's Warming Up
 
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Good grief...why didn't I just shut up when filming? Anyways... I just got off of work, and was smoking a cigarette while I was waiting for my bike to warm up a bit, so I decided to get a small video of it. All LEDs were put on by me, and they are wired to the ignition, so when the key is out, they turn off, but they also have an individual switch, so they can be independently turned off when not needed, for example, during the day.
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Torchlight Built-In Feature
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY It's unknown on the developer forums if this is a glitch, or if this will end up being a feature. Either way, I think it's pretty cool, and I hope that it stays. TURNS OUT THAT THIS WAS A GLITCH. IS NOT PRESENT IN THE GOLDEN MASTER. :'( The way that you get this torch-like feature is when the screen is off, you must double-tap the on/off button, which then brings up the torch, for an unlimited amount of time, until you press a button.
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Dev Restore To iOS 4.0 GM Part 1
 
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Preview Of The iPhone OS 4.0 Alpha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-RmoulFPmY Dev Restore TO 4 GM Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF0mL8yBF18 This is pretty much a documentation of what it is like to install a beta. I am using a 2009 MacBook Pro 13.3" screen, and I have Xcode 3.2.3 Golden Master installed. I also have iTunes 9.2 beta installed.
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