Roku Secret Settings

Did you know that Roku has some undocumented or very little known features?  These secret settings can get you into sections that let you see extended system information, reset the Roku, USB tests, enter “developer mode” to sideload some apps, and even downgrade certain devices.  These secret settings should work for most Roku devices.  Let us know if this works for you. Know of any more secret settings?  Drop us a note! To access undocumented features of...

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WiMAX Speed Tweaks

WiMAX Speed Tweaks Instructions If you have Clear.com WiMAX in the US, WiMAX Japan or any other country location, you can increase your speeds for better Netflix and Hulu HD streaming performance with these WiMAX speed tweaks. WiMAX speed tweaks to help you get faster speeds/better reception.  The configuration has shown to work well with the Japan URoad Home and the URoad 9000 WiMAX devices as well as the Clear.com WIXFBR-117 modem.  You can also modify the instructions...

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DNS Unblock Setup on Japan WiMAX devices

Japan WiMax Setup Instructions This setup is for URoad Home and URoad-9000 WiMax devices and can probably be similarly applied to other Japanese WiMax devices to use Unblock Us Japan. 1. Sign up for a FREE 1 week trial with one of the following DNS unblock services: UnBlock-US Blockless Playmo TV Overplay SmartDNS 2. When connected to the internet through your WiMax device, type (or click HERE) 192.168.100.254 in your web browser address bar. Username: admin Password:...

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Roku 3 Debut

ROKU 3 Newly Released! The amazing multimedia device that reigns high above all others is now more awesome, awesomer, supremely awesome-tastic than ever.  The Roku 3 introduced today pulls together the features that make it great and adds significant new features which now makes this device one hard act to follow by any of its distant competitors. First, here’s a rundown of the Roku features standard on all their devices: Easy streaming from anywhere in the world...

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What to do when you get a “six strikes” notification

Did you get a six strikes message from your ISP? Early this week, 5 major ISPs and their subsidiaries activated the much maligned Copyright Alert System (CAS).  Five major ISPs, including AT&T, Time Warner, Verizon, Cablevision, and Comcast, flipped the “six strikes” switch on to monitor customer downloads of copyrighted movies, games, music, and more through torrents, P2P networks like PirateBay and more.  [CLICK TO SEE FULL ISP LIST] 1. Get a VPN...

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Identity Theft at All Time High in CY 2012: Up 32% From Previous Year

Your identity is at risk if you are accessing the internet through WiFi. According to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) calendar year 2012 Consumer Sentinel Network Databook (Feb 2013), identity theft reports have reached an all time high.  In fact, the the number skyrocketed 32% higher than reported in 2011, and a staggering increase of 328% since just 2001. What can you do to protect your identity?  Consider using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to mask your...

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‘Copyright Alert System’ Activated – P2P Torrent Downloader Beware

Your ISP is monitoring your online activity with the ‘Copyright Alert System’. A VPN will regain your privacy, anonymity and will increase security to help protect you from the prying eyes of your ISP, nefarious organizations, and internet thieves.  If you’ve ever wondered how much your ISP monitors your online activity, now you have a good indication.  Five major ISPs, including AT&T, Time Warner, Verizon, Cablevision, and Comcast, flipped the...

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