Tag Archives: Fix

Update Now to Fix Group FaceTime on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Apple just released iOS 12.1.4 and a macOS 10.14.3 patch. These updates fix the huge group FaceTime flaw that could let anyone call your iPhone, iPad, or Mac and hear audio or see video—even if you don’t accept the call. The good news is you don’t have to worry about this flaw right now. Apple says it’s permanently disabled group FaceTime on iOS… Read More »

Google Promises Fix for Pixel XL Charging Bug After Android Pie Update

Users of the Pixel XL reported a bug on their smartphones after updating to the latest Android Pie, which prevented them from using fast charging adapters other than the ones bundled in the phone’s box. Google has since replied on Tuesday, August 14, and has responded on the original issue tracker thread. In a response, the tech giant states that it is working on… Read More »

Google Working on Fix for ‘Fatal Error’ Crash Affecting Some Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL Users

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL’s cameras are considered amongst the best camera smartphones since they were launched last year. However, they have not been immune to some bugs. One, a Pixel 2 panorama issue has been around for 9 months without a fix from Google, is now said to have been fixed by a user. The fix however requires users to root… Read More »

Apple Releases iOS 11.3.1 to Fix Aftermarket iPhone 8 Display Issue; macOS 10.13.4 Gets New Security Update

Apple has released iOS 11.3.1 that doesn’t bring any fresh features but addresses an issue that was making the touch functionality of some iPhone 8 devices unresponsive if they use an aftermarket display panel. The issue surfaced with the iOS 11.3 update that was released last month. The new iOS update is available for download for all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models. Alongside… Read More »

Click fix: Web-design tweak may end BRS opt-in confusion

Defense officials appear to have shifted the position of the links on the myPay website, after some service members raised concerns that troops could making an irrevocable decision about the Blended Retirement System with one mistaken click. A Military Times reader provided information about the new configuration. The “Opt Into the Blended Retirement System” link has been moved down the… Read More »

Pixel Users Facing Issues in Receiving Text Messages, Google Promises a Fix

Several Google Pixel phone users have reported that they aren’t able to receive text messages on their handsets. In response to the complaints on its product forums, Google has acknowledged the bug and confirmed a fix is on its way. The issue, as first highlighted by a Verizon subscriber using an Android 8.0 Oreo-running Pixel XL, disables the functionality to receive text messages… Read More »

iPhone 8 Users Complain of ‘Crackling’ Earpiece Sound, Apple to Release Fix Soon

Just days after being made available for purchase, the iPhone 8 is giving trouble to some users. There are several users complaining about a crackling sound coming from the handset’s earpiece that is causing a disturbance on phone calls. Thankfully, the Cupertino-based company has acknowledged that some customers are facing this issue and that it is already working on a… Read More »

17 Windows 10 problems – and how to fix them

Stop tearing your hair out and follow our tips Windows 10 has been hailed by many as a vast improvement over the previous generation, marrying the best features of ‘classic’ Windows with the best bits of Windows 8. However, no software is exempt from glitches, bugs and other assorted compatibility issues – least of all Windows 10. While… Read More »

Windows 8.1 and Earlier Versions Crash With New File System Bug; Microsoft Working on Fix

HIGHLIGHTS Security researchers discover new “$mft” system bug The bug can hang older Windows versions It however doesn’t affect Windows 10 users It seems there’s no end to issues related to older Windows versions as a new file system bug has been discovered that can crash PCs. The new file system bug unlike WannaCry ransomware at least won’t… Read More »

HP Admits Conexant Audio Driver Was Logging Keystrokes on Its Laptops, Issues Fix

If you think that by covering your laptop’s webcam and using your OS in safe mode will ensure that you are not being monitored via your PC or laptop, you should think twice. There are a multiple ways to do that and one of them is keystroke logging, which is essentially a surveillance technology to record the keystrokes… Read More »