I have an Office 365 E1 account with OneDrive. I want to transfer files from my local machine to OneDrive but I’m unable to connect via the OneDrive for Mac app because I guess it somehow doesn’t recognize the account as valid (and I dunno how to do it in windows 10). The inability to drag/drop folders via OneDrive web (accessed from portal.office.com) is also an issue (and IMO a big misstep on MS’s part).
Samsung Galaxy S6 International Giveaway!
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone or tablet each and every Sunday! This week, our friends at ARM want to help you get a brand new flagship smartphone!
A big congratulations to last week’s winner of the Nexus 9 Giveaway: Akshay S. from India.
This week we are giving away a brand new, unlocked Samsung Galaxy S6!
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 serves as testament to how committed Samsung is to produci…
I’ve been doing a lot of remote meetings lately, and I found that I needed a tablet that would allow both a touch interface and a laptop. Not wanting to carry my iPad and MacBook Pro everywhere, I decided to give the Surface Pro 3 a try.
I’ll report back my experience with it after using it for a while, but in the meantime, one thing that I already don’t like is that the pen which accompanies the tablet has buttons tied to OneNote. I’m a heavy Evernote user, and would much prefer that shortcut button be tied to Evernote. If anyone has suggestions for remapping the button, please leave comments!
Note: I’ve tried using the EventGhost method found on YouTube during a quick Google search, however, OneNote still launches — not what I wanted.
Anyone have recommendations for an AUX -> bluetooth adapter? Want to plug that into the car and connect my phone over bluetooth so I can listen to audio from the phone. My car's bluetooth only works for phone calls.
This is something I’ve search for and was not easy to find online (had to dig through several forums to get the info). If you have one of those intellicode garage doors and a homelink system in your car, here are the 3 quick steps to link the two together:
In your car, press the 1st and 3rd buttons simultaneously for around 20 seconds. Note: This step erases all button memory, so if you were programming the 2nd or 3rd button, you don’t need to do this.
Place one of the working garage door remotes close to the homelink system (within 1-3 inches). Simultaneously press the remote button as well as the desired homelink button. The lite on the homelink system should rapidly begin to blink. Once it does that release both buttons.
Run to the garage door motor and press the “learn” button and sprint back to the car. Press the same button you paired with the garage remote in step 2.
That’s it! Your homelink button should now be paired with the garage door. Run a test and you should see the garage door open/close.
Sidenote: I found I have to press the homelink button in for a few seconds before it makes the connection and opens/closes the door. This wasn’t the case with past garage doors.