• Found iphone, owner doesnt call back?

    I found an iphone yesterday with low battery, i waited until someone called. I turned it off after a few hours to preserve the battery in case they called later, When i turned the phone back on it was on "Lost mode" with a number to call. I called and keep getting forwarded to voicemail, i also texted... show more
    I found an iphone yesterday with low battery, i waited until someone called. I turned it off after a few hours to preserve the battery in case they called later, When i turned the phone back on it was on "Lost mode" with a number to call. I called and keep getting forwarded to voicemail, i also texted them multiple times that i had their phone, but nobody calls back or texts me back. What do i do?
    16 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 1 week ago
  • Is Roku as good as it sounds?

    5 answers · TiVO & DVRs · 2 days ago
  • Iphone in sea water?

    I accidentally swam with my iphone 4s in sea water since 1 month. I put it in rice bag for 2 days but it didn t help. Is there any hope or fixing method? I didn t backup my phone to icloud before damage, Can I restore the lost data??
    I accidentally swam with my iphone 4s in sea water since 1 month. I put it in rice bag for 2 days but it didn t help. Is there any hope or fixing method? I didn t backup my phone to icloud before damage, Can I restore the lost data??
    8 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 6 days ago
  • IPhone SE in 2018?

    Best answer: The SE was discontinued when the XS & XS Max were announced. If you really care for the small size of what is basically a 6s, then by all means. Only thing is you'd have to look harder for a new one or settle for a refurbished/used again because of the discontinuation.
    Best answer: The SE was discontinued when the XS & XS Max were announced. If you really care for the small size of what is basically a 6s, then by all means. Only thing is you'd have to look harder for a new one or settle for a refurbished/used again because of the discontinuation.
    5 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 4 days ago
  • How do I scan a TV not connected to cable?

    9 answers · TVs · 6 days ago
  • Why are the numbers of the ISO of cameras mainly (2^n)*100?

    Best answer: It goes back to the standards of film. ASA (modern ISO) ratings were given to film and a doubling of the number meant doubling of the film's light sensitivity. If 100 ASA colour or 125 black-and white wasn't sensitive enough, the photographer could choose 400 (it was common to, "Push," the... show more
    Best answer: It goes back to the standards of film. ASA (modern ISO) ratings were given to film and a doubling of the number meant doubling of the film's light sensitivity.

    If 100 ASA colour or 125 black-and white wasn't sensitive enough, the photographer could choose 400 (it was common to, "Push," the latter (under-expose and over-develop) to 800 or even 1600 if conditions warranted) 200 ASA colour film was a later addition, giving better grain than 400, but better speed than 100. Fuji actually made a 1600 ASA colour print film at one point, and 400 ASA slide film was often pushed as well (the opposite of pushing is cutting, but this was seldom used).


    The FSU used a broadly similar GOST system, while the Germans used the logarithmic DIN system, which added 3 to the number instead of doubling it. German cameras (and meters) are often calibrated in both ASA and DIN, while FSU kit will be in GOST and DIN.
    5 answers · Cameras · 5 days ago
  • Stand-alone, non-wifi Blu Ray player?

    Can you recommend a Blu Ray player that doesn t require firmware updating, and doesn t always check the internet to authenticate discs that are playing? Just a simple, plug and play Blu Ray player that plays the usual array of discs but doesn t need constant updates or a wifi or ethernet connection to function... show more
    Can you recommend a Blu Ray player that doesn t require firmware updating, and doesn t always check the internet to authenticate discs that are playing? Just a simple, plug and play Blu Ray player that plays the usual array of discs but doesn t need constant updates or a wifi or ethernet connection to function properly?
    6 answers · Other - Electronics · 6 days ago
  • If a phone says supports up to 32 GB SD card what happens if you put in 64gb and fill it up all the way?

    Best answer: You can always try it. Back in 2007 I had a Nokia 6120 Classic, which was quite the phone for its time. According to the manufacturer it could support micro SD cards as large as 8gb. A couple of years later I put a 16gb card in it. It worked just fine, and I could fill it up completely.
    Best answer: You can always try it. Back in 2007 I had a Nokia 6120 Classic, which was quite the phone for its time. According to the manufacturer it could support micro SD cards as large as 8gb. A couple of years later I put a 16gb card in it. It worked just fine, and I could fill it up completely.
    5 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 4 days ago
  • What happened here?

    What happened here?

    Best answer: you were on the CURRENT measuring mode ... it MUST be series with a load ...the maximum voltage between probes 75 mV not 110 or 220 volts .. usually there is a fuse on the circuit....check it ... sometimes a burnt copper path on the pcb ....the burnt path is in copper color ..solder a small wire there .. i hope you... show more
    Best answer: you were on the CURRENT measuring mode ... it MUST be series with a load ...the maximum voltage between probes 75 mV not 110 or 220 volts ..
    usually there is a fuse on the circuit....check it ... sometimes a burnt copper path on the pcb ....the burnt path is in copper color ..solder a small wire there ..
    i hope you will repair it ....this time use the COMMON and VΩ probes with 750 ACV switch position ... good luck
    7 answers · Other - Electronics · 6 days ago
  • Are their wearable cameras you can put on the lip of a polo shirt on your kneck?

    Best answer: There are tiny pinhole cameras in buttons, can broadcast to a recorder. See spyware or these: https://www.gearbest.com/car-dvr/pp_6265...
    Best answer: There are tiny pinhole cameras in buttons, can broadcast to a recorder. See spyware or these: https://www.gearbest.com/car-dvr/pp_6265...
    8 answers · Cameras · 1 week ago
  • Why are Hi-Fi system so heavy.?

    Why are Hi-Fi system so heavy.?

    Just wondering why are stereo systems so heavy. i mean like proper cinema systems or cabinet hi-fi. what’s in them that makes them so heavy to lift.?
    Just wondering why are stereo systems so heavy. i mean like proper cinema systems or cabinet hi-fi. what’s in them that makes them so heavy to lift.?
    6 answers · Home Theatre · 5 days ago
  • Does playing apple music when your phone is off drain battery?

    So you know how you can play music when the screen is off but the music is still playing? Does it still drain battery?
    So you know how you can play music when the screen is off but the music is still playing? Does it still drain battery?
    5 answers · Music & Music Players · 4 days ago
  • At home,they buy TV to watch as the cheapest entertainment; what other entertainments do they have besides TV-for them to entertain at home?

    Best answer: Depends on who you are talking about. TV is probably not necessarily the Cheapest form of entertainment. Nice TVs can range from a $100 for a small TV to several thousand for much much larger screens and resolutions. Then the service provider assuming they go for Dish or Cable or something like that can be $50 to... show more
    Best answer: Depends on who you are talking about. TV is probably not necessarily the Cheapest form of entertainment. Nice TVs can range from a $100 for a small TV to several thousand for much much larger screens and resolutions.
    Then the service provider assuming they go for Dish or Cable or something like that can be $50 to several hundreds of dollars based on what they would like to subscribe to.

    They can cut the cord but have to pay for initial fees for a device that provides them streaming choices.
    But they may need internet service which can be around $20 on the real cheap to several hundred dollars for the speed they prefer to stream.

    Otherwise without TV, there's board games, card games, potentially video games from their Smart Phones. If they don't subscribe to TV services, they can use a DVD/BluRay player etc to provide them entertainment, of course they have to have or purchase the devices to provide the media playback they want.
    Listen to the radio.

    They can go play outside, play with their pets/animals, fish tank, draw/paint/color, make music/play music/listen to music. Perhaps go outside and do things in the yard.

    Quite a variety of things.
    4 answers · TVs · 4 days ago