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Remove Wireless Network Mac X

Remove Wireless Network Mac X
Are you seeing your Mac laptop join networks in your neighborhood you don’t want it to? Is your Mac auto-connecting to a Wireless network before your preferred wireless network? You may want to clean up your Mac OS X joined wireless networks on your Mac computer to avoid conflicts. Today, a common neighborhood wireless network name or SSID, we all see is the infamous xfinity wireless network. Xfinity recently bundled their out of box routers with a default wireless network called xfinity to allow it’s subscribers to access Internet anywhere. Check out this article about a lawsuit against Comcast for turning customers home Wi-Fi into public hotpots.   Delete Wireless Networks on Mac   1. Go to  -> System Preferences -> Network select your wireless connection named: Wi-Fi in...

I Understand that Deleting Videos Won’t Remove Copyright Strikes – YouTube

I Understand that Deleting Videos Won’t Remove Copyright Strikes – YouTube
If you recently received a YouTube copyright strike, your video is automatically removed from YouTube, but is not deleted from your YouTube video manager. Since your copyright strike video will never be made available and will show blank to everyone (including yourself), you might as well delete the video from YouTube. YouTube warns that once you Permanently delete your video, you can’t undo this. In addition, deleting a YouTube video that was removed because of a Copyright strike will not remove any copyright strikes from your account, per YouTube.   Delete Video Permanently delete your video? You can’t undo this. I understand that deleting videos won’t remove copyright strikes.   In summary, it’s safe to delete a copyright strike video from YouTube because it won’t ever be shown or played...

Activation Lock This iPad is Linked to an Apple ID

Activation Lock This iPad is Linked to an Apple ID
If you are trying to restore an Apple iPad, you may receive an iTunes warning that the iPad is locked with an Apple ID. In order to restore the iPad, you will need to unlock the iPad with the correct Apple ID. The email address associated (Apple ID) will be show in the iTunes Activation Lock message.   Activation Lock This iPad is linked to an Apple ID. Enter the Apple ID and password that were used to setup this iPad.   Ultimately, you will either need to contact the previous owner to unlock the iPad with their Apple ID or request an author unlock from Apple. Apple typically will not process an unlock by default and you may need to show proof. For anyone else that is able to...

TATSU Declined to Authorize This Image on this Device for This User

TATSU Declined to Authorize This Image on this Device for This User
While trying to restore an iOS device through iTunes, you may receive the following error message stating that the custom restore image file (IPSW) is not authorized.   The iPad “” could not be restored. TATSU declined to authorize this image on this device for this user.   iTunes is calling out to the gs.apple.com for signed restore. Since Apple doesn’t sign the older iOS images a few days after being released, this message is normal and you will not be able to restore from an older restore IPSW file. If you have a previous restore of the device already backed up, you can take backups of SHSH Blobs using iFaith or similar utility for Mac/Windows. If you did not previously take SHSH Blobs from a previous restore backup, you...
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