If you can't update or restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch You can put your iOS device into recovery mode, then restore it using iTunes. Use recovery mode You might need to use recovery mode to restore your device in these cases: iTunes doesn't recognize your device or says it's in recovery mode. You see the Apple logo onscreen for several minutes with no progress bar. You see the Connect to iTunes screen. Learn what to do if you see the progress bar onscreen for several minutes. To put your device into recovery mode, follow these steps: Turn off your device and leave it off. Plug in your device's USB cable to a computer with iTunes. Hold down the Home button on your device as you connect the USB cable. Keep holding down the Home button until you see the Connect to iTunes screen. Screenshot showing the Connect to iTunes screen on iOS. When you see this screen, release the Home button. If you don't see this screen, try steps 1 through 3 again. When your device is connected, iTunes will open. You'll see a message saying that iTunes has detected an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch in recovery mode. iTunes dialog: "iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes." Use iTunes to restore your device. Restoring in recovery mode will erase your device. If you previously synced with iTunes or iCloud, you might be able to restore from your backup.
One of my favorite tunes to listen to in rush hour on my way home to Eagle Rock from work in Century City. I'm a little confused on the lyrics. Is the sound they're talking about the bass? If so, are they playing it in this song only? Oh well, its still sick and I'm not tired of it. This you tube vid only plays part of the song, but it was the only video that had HD sound. The difference is there.
Posted by fluxcapacitor82 at 16:14
I'm a huge Fallout game fan. I've played almost all of them all the way through. The last one that came out was Fallout New Vegas. When I got it, I was pumped up to play it, and I did. But something happened, I lost my interest in the game. I don't know why, I put it down and started playing Black Ops.
I played the game on and off, going through a cycle of losing my interest in the gameplay. I finally put Fallout 3 back in, and I was hooked on it as if just played the game for the first time.
The main problem for me with New Vegas is all the glitches. It freezes up, loading takes forever, various other things go wrong with the visuals. It pisses me off during gameplay. The graphics however, are the same from fallout 3. The only difference is the use of new techniques to make it look slightly different. Its starting to look old, really old. The environment in the Mojave is boring, Its already a wasteland in real life.
I've seen videos of New Vegas played on a PC with patches, it looks bad ass. But I don't know if I want to buy a computer to play just one game. So what am I going to do about this problem? I think I'm going to stop playing video games all together.
Posted by fluxcapacitor82 at 17:54
Hey everybody! this is my first real post that isn't experimenting with the website. I want to share this with everybody because lately I've been skateboarding a lot and interested in all media related to it, especially vids. Enjoy!