When it comes to an infected computer, there is not much a person can do except to try and clean it up. However, if there are tools that help you do that, it makes your duty much easier. Let’s face it: ad revenue is important to all web publishers. It’s important to us as well.
You fix one thing, you break another. Just when we thought the Yahoo Answers “infinite scroll” bug was done and dusted, it seems to have sprung back up again; this time, on Android.
A little over a week ago, we brought attention to the “infinite scroll” bug on Yahoo Answers where, if using Chrome, answers would fly straight down the page before you could even glance at them. After being a known bug for nearly two years now and Yahoo not bothering to do anything whatsoever about it, I’ve scavenged the internet and finally found a simple solution to this mess.
Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that Yahoo Answers has come in handy at least once in your life. However, the point of this article is not to discuss how we feel about the service in general; rather, it’s to talk about a bug that I’ve noticed in Chrome for quite some time now: “infinite scrolling.”
After a little delay, Google’s monthly security updates for its devices have finally arrived.
The official roll out of Android Nougat for the Moto X seems to be plagued with issues. We are seeing users reporting that the Nougat update is rendering the Navigation Bar into a glorified placeholder.
We’re already about a week into August and Google’s rolling out new Android builds to its devices. If you don’t want to wait for the OTA to hit you, we’ve rounded up the links/build numbers for you.
The last Android O developer preview dropped in early June. That was Dev Preview 3. And here we are, nearly two months later, and the Android team has gone ahead and dropped Dev Preview 4.
Back when Nougat was released, in August 2016, rovo89 said that a Nougat update for Xposed was coming in 2017. However, Nougat brought with it so many changes that it has taken quite a bit of time. The good news is that we can finally use Xposed on Nougat, as a dev has managed to port it. The bad news? It’s not what you think it is.
If you’re like me, you probably reset your phone or change ROMs fairly often. I frequently clean flash on my phone, and as you probably know, this means setting back up your Android Wear device to connect back to your phone, wiping the watch and all data on it. It’s possible, however, to keep your data and simply sync your watch to your newly set up phone.