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Extensify lets you install tweaks on your iPhone without a jailbreak

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Extensify lets you install tweaks on your iPhone without a jailbreak Jacob Siegal BGR News March 1, 2016 One of the many benefits of jailbreaking an iPhone is the ability to install various tweaks, customizing the smartphone experience far beyond what Apple typically allows. Of course, jailbreaking isn’t for everyone, but just because you’d rather not take the risk of jailbreaking doesn’t

How to Install/Setup VPN for OpenELEC on Kodi

Open VPN on Kodi

Tutorial How to Install VPN for OpenELEC on Kodi, get access to channels and add-on all over the world By MJD,  Nov 21, 2015 To Install: Open Kodi Select SYSTEM > File Manager Select Add Source Select None Type the following EXACTLY http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and select Done Highlight the box underneath Enter a name for this media Source & type fusion Select OK Go back to

How to Connect to a VPN From Your iPhone or iPad

How to Connect to a VPN From Your iPhone or iPad

Modern iPhones and iPads have excellent VPN support. The PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, and Cisco IPSec protocols are all integrated. You can connect to OpenVPN networks and other types of VPNs with third-party apps. Prior to iOS 8, iPhones automatically disconnected from VPNs when they went into sleep mode. Now, iOS devices will stay connected to the

How to Successfully Install VPN on Fire TV

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Amazon Fire TV is now one of the hottest media streaming gadgets on the market. This tiny, slick TV set-top-box offers impressive specs that easily blow other similar products away. It boasts 2 GB of RAM – 4x that of Apple TV, Roku, or Chromecast – and is powered by a

How to boost your Wi-Fi signal

How to boost your Wi-Fi signal

Sick of your slow Wi-Fi connection? Here's how to troubleshoot problems and improve your Wi-Fi speed Darien Graham-Smith 25 Jan 2016 How to boost your Wi-Fi signal If your Wi-Fi connection is crawling along, the first question to ask is whether it’s really the network that’s to blame. The true culprit could be a

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