A typical maps and dash software update for Peugeot cars is... well, huge!
Given the poor performance of the on-board entertainment hardware, you can easily assume that updating this package will take at least two to three hours.
...continue reading "Peugeot Maps Update: Screw the environment!"
I am trying to setup a DDNS domain at my Asus RT-AX58U router. I am asking it to use
nowa.asuscomm.com domain and it replies that this is impossible... because
nowa.ddns.me domain has already been registered:
-- Is is red?
-- Yes, it is back!
"I speak English not good, but understand well".
Arris -- a lesser known manufacturer of router and other network equipment -- is another company, who is hiring a complete morons as a developers.
These idiots implemented CAPTCHA it in... router's control panel!
...continue reading "Arris and CAPTCHA"
The Xiaomi Mijia Roborock S50 is generally a great robotic vacuum cleaner. It works and sweeps just perfectly... unless it hit the doorstep.
Then, as you can see in the above hoovering map, it gets completely wako.
...continue reading "Roborock S50 vs doorstep"
They say that a good quality powerbank is much heavier than its cheap counterpart, because includes batteries and accumulators of a better quality and in a bigger number. Only thanks to this you can get true 10 000 mAh.
They say, the heavier it is the better it is. Well... not!
If you want a truly good quality powerbank then simply test it. Check, if:
- It looses all its charge during just a single month (must last at least a year since charging)
- It has problem charging just a half sized battery and looses all the charge trying to do so
If any of above is true, you don't even have to open it up to expect some piece of clay or otherwise creative solution inside.
There is a third (next to this one and this one), quite pretty fuckup with HP printer's settings. Even though they have full hardware support for duplex printing, this feature (as good as many others -- like manual page feeding) comes disabled.
...continue reading "No duplex on duplex-enabled HP printers"
There is another (next to this one), quite pretty fuckup with HP printer's settings. This time not related to language or location, but to network configuration instead.
On non-DHCP networks printers cannot access Internet out-of-the-box because morons at HP didn't added DNS settings to touchscreen configuration menu.
...continue reading "HP printers and non-DHCP networks"
When running my HP LaserJet Pro M426fdn for the first time I didn't removed touchscreen foil and my finger slipped over when selecting location of my printer. I ended up with having proper language but location set to Estonia and some reports (like Google Cloud Print configuration leaflet) printed in cyrylic (even though entire printer interface was set to English).
Unfortunately, due to extreme stupidity of HP engineers you are forced to perform a full factory reset of your printer in this situation.
...continue reading "HP printers, set to English, still prints in cyrylic"
In HP support you have to login, if you want to sign-in...
...and you have to login, if you want to register!
In order to create a new account you have to login to it first. Fuck me...
There's a huge weird bug in Polycom SoundPoint IP 331 PoE phones.
When changing display name using web panel you can enter space in it. This will be accepted, but after phone is restarted this will render in useless (many features not working; unable to call any number).
You'll be forced to reset your phone to defaults (see here for details).
The Mio MiVue 658 Touch dashboard camera is generally a good piece of hardware.
Unfortunately, among some extra features (like included safety cameras warning feature) and some obvious things, found in most dashboard cameras (like being able to use it for just 10-20 seconds without external power source) it also has two huge fuckups, which may not be so obvious to people willing to purchase it.
...continue reading "Mio MiVue 658 Touch: Two things you should know…"
OKI engineers proved that you can create a driver setup program, that is not only as less user-friendly as possible, but also isn't able to correctly detect a printer, it is supposed to install drivers for. In 2016 OKI developers proves that such things are still possible.
...continue reading "Is there any OKI printer out there?"
Believe it or not, it took me more time to unpack the player, install hard drive inside and briefly read manual (approx. 30 minutes total) then to use this device and decide to return it to shop. Let me underline the meaning of this post:
Asus O!Play HD2 player is a TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTER.
Don't you never, ever even think about the possibility of purchasing this home theatre player. Please, don't hurt yourself as I did!
...continue reading "Asus O!Play HD2. A technological disaster"
In this article you'll find some things you may need to consider before buying Canon Coolpix S3000 digital camera. I was using it for some longer time and it was very disappointing in certain areas. I wouldn't suggest purchasing it to anyone.
...continue reading "Purchasing or considering Canon Coolpix S3000? Read this…"
If your printer, that you're not using anymore, keeps appearing in
Control Panel > Printers after you delete it many times, try to instead first double click it to find what is being printed on it? You my find some long forgotten document (some times waiting months for printer to be again connected) that is preventing printer from disappearing from the list of printers for good.
...continue reading "Undeletable printer"
Don't you never, ever buy HP or Compaq notebooks! Ever! Don't you never, ever buy HP or Compaq notebooks! Ever! You'll get over-priced, over-dated, old computer that has nothing to current trends and electronic progress.
...continue reading "Compaq CQ61-220EW and Gigabit Internet"