What better way to enjoy the beauty of the blocky world of Minecraft than by flying across the land? If you want to fly in the new release of Minecraft 1.8, take a look at this tutorial on how to download and install the Fly Mod, a part of Zombe's mod pack, with the help of MC Patcher HD. The guide will also inform you on how to bind keys to the different flying controls.
The board does not always look like this: occasionally the nearby capacitors aren't present. Also, Pin 4 is the 4th pin from the L on the bottom. This is the side closest to where the cartridge loads, also, the writing on the chip should be right-side up. Please note this is a console, not a game cartridge.
Looking for the ultimate Minecraft mod? Watch this video to learn how to install NOW That's What I Call Minecraft, a collection of mods including TooManyItems, Millenaire, More Creatures, Pistons and more. If you are looking to mod Minecraft this is your one stop shop.
Add a little bounce to your crafting with Trampoline v1.3 for Minecraft 1.8. This mod will allow you to build a trampoline in Minecraft that will bounce your character to new heights (along with other creatures and objects that land on it). Visit the official Trampoline mod thread on the Minecraft Forums to download the file.
See what happens when you add guns to your Minecraft world with the SDK Gun Mod. This video will show you how to use Modloader, ModloaderMP, and Winrar to install the SDK Gun Mod for Minecraft bea 1.6.6.
Interested in checking out the minecolony mod? Don't let the fact that you play on a Mac keep you from doing it. Watch this video and learn how to install the minecolony mod for Minecraft beta on your mac and explore a whole new world.
You've definitely heard about the Too Many Items mod for Minecraft, watch this video to learn how to get it on your PC. You'll want to download Win-Rar and the Too Many Items mod so that you can follow along.
Looking for some cool designs to build in the planes mod for Minecraft? Check out this video to learn how to build a spitfire in Minecraft planes mod. This spitfire is a great looking flyer, you'll rule the air with it.
Check out this video to learn a clever design for building an auto-regenerating wall in Minecraft beta. If you have the pistons mod installed, you can make walls that build themselves. Watch the video to learn this Minecraft building technique.
Looking for a fun colony game set in a Minecraft world? For some incredible strategy based gameplay, check out the Minecolony mod for Minecraft. This video explains the where, what and how of downloading and installing Monecolony on your PC.
Blue tooth is slowly becoming more widely used for its hands off convenience. However, most people have a problem with the audio volume the bluetooth provides. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to hack a bluetooth speakerphone mod for your cellphone. Speakerphones are louder, easier to understand and sport that retro-Charlie's Angel cool geek chic that no in-ear handsfree system can match.
When it comes to flats, a girl can never have too many. Comfier than high heels and a hell of a lot more fashionable than running shoes or sneakers, they strike the perfect balance between form and function for everyday use.
Want to be able to fly in Minecraft? Visit this link and follow the instructions in the video to learn how to install this Minecraft mod. Once you've downloaded and installed the mod, you'll be able to explore your Minecraft world in a whole new way- from the air.
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Finding the right mix of custom ROM, kernel, and tweaks for my OnePlus One has left me flashing every new release I come across. This has led to many hours going through thread after thread trying to find the latest and best software out there for my phone. While I do enjoy the hunt, I would rather have a centralized location that covers all my bases, so that's why I have started using OnePlus One, an app by Alex Inthiaano.
Even if you have the fastest internet connection in the world, it's not going to be fast if your Android device isn't optimized to use all of the bandwidth. I have pretty fast speeds at home, but every now and then my web surfing on my Nexus 7 tablet is halted in its tracks—for seemingly no reason.
The OnePlus 5 doesn't have too many weak spots, at least not when you consider the price. But you might feel that the company with the slogan, "Never Settle," might have actually settled a bit with its camera. The OnePlus 5 and 5T don't have bad imaging specs, but they could use a pick-me-up, which is what we're about to provide. There's a bit of a catch, though.
In an effort to make things simple and more secure, Google decided to slim down the power menu in Android 5.0. What once provided a quick link to shut your device down, turn on Airplane mode, and toggle volume states, has now been relegated to a simple power switch. Lucky for us, developer Gar Ynych has created a flashable ZIP that will revert these changes and restore functionality to the Nexus 5's power menu. In a few simple steps, you can add the volume toggles and Airplane mode switch rig...
As if you needed another example of Android's open-source awesomeness, before the Pixel phones were even released, a flashable ZIP that will give you almost all of Google's Pixel-exclusive features on other devices appeared.
Lenovo unveiled the latest Motorola smartphones, Moto Z and Moto Z Force, today at Tech World '16. As expected, both models include strong magnets on the back that allow users to snap on various Moto Mods attachments such as a battery pack, projector, or JBL speakers.
Getting into fastboot or recovery mode on your Android device is nothing new, especially if you're a softModder. Accessing the bootloader menu is the genesis to a lot of mods, and if you're like me and constantly tweak your device, you probably get irritated every time you have to shutdown, then use the power button and volume rockers to access the special menus.
Rooting has a long and storied history in the Android community. As OEMs push out more refined software, the need to root has diminished — still, the number of incredible things you can do with a rooted phone is enough to tempt many enthusiasts. Luckily, some manufacturers are still putting out root-friendly devices.
How To: Newly Rooted? Install "Touch" Recovery on Your Samsung Galaxy S3 to Easily Flash ROMs & Mods
The advantages of rooting have been covered before, and with rooting comes flashing ROMs and mods to your device. The easiest method for flashing anything is to do it through recovery.
Reddit user Mr. Squishy recreated the entire Game Boy Pokémon Red Version game in Vanilla Minecraft, i.e., a Minecraft server without gameplay modifications. Instead of using mods, he used 357,000 commands blocks—blocks that execute commands in the popular sandbox game. How long did it take him? Almost two years.
According to a study done by Kaspersky, 7.6% of Android users root their phones. That may not sound like a lot, but with over 2 billion Android devices out there, the math works out to over 150 million rooted phones — more than the total population of Russia, Mexico, or Japan — so root nation is an important demographic that deserves being catered to.
DSP Manager, Dolby Atmos, ViPER4Android — how are you supposed to pick just one from the wide variety of Android equalizers? Depending on your OEM, your phone may have come with a stock equalizer, but they're usually not enough. Combine them with a third-party equalizer, and then we're getting somewhere. However, installing multiple equalizers at the same time has always seemed to cause audio glitches — until now.
The majority of Android web browsers carry a "desktop mode" feature that makes mobile websites look like normal computer versions. Mobile versions are designed to work faster and more efficiently on smartphones, but sometimes the desktop version looks better on large displays or has additional features not included in the mobile one.
Update: The installation process for Xposed Installer is now dead simple—check out our updated guide!
How To: Who Needs a Galaxy S4? This Mod Lets You Control Your Samsung Galaxy S3 with Air Gestures (No Root Required)
I've already showed you how to magically unlock your Samsung Galaxy S3 with the simple wave of a hand, but why stop there? Sure, you could go out and purchase a Samsung Galaxy S4 so you have Air Gestures that let you control the lock screen, SMS, sound, wireless, and more.
Once you unlock your bootloader and root, you're left with one more hurdle to overcome, and that's getting S-Off.
In the past, we've shown you how to install CyanogenMod 10.1 on your Nexus 7, but that version was based off of the older Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. If you want to stay current, the newer CyanogenMod 10.2 is out in the nightly stage, which is based on Android 4.3, and you can get it right now.
If running out of battery while out and about weren't bad enough, the experience is a lot more painful if your iPhone has a semi-untethered jailbreak. With that kind of jailbreak, when the iPhone dies, all of the mods will be disabled after the device powers back up. Fortunately, instead of restoring your jailbreak and tweaks manually after recovering from a critically low battery, you can avoid it altogether.
You know what's awesome? You own a Nexus. That means, with Google's blessing, you have easier access and control over your device than other manufacturers allow. You can really dig in and do some interesting things if you root.
Watch this informational video on how to improve your Nerf gun by removing the air restrictors and replacing your spring. With a stronger spring you get better air flow, so why not make this mod to your Nerf gun? Don't you want the best Nerf gun around?
There are many NES mods on the internet, but this one is pretty awesome. From Ben Heck forum:
If you dig case mods and Resident Evil, it's fair to say you'll find Ron L. Christainson’s nothing short of epic. Inspired by the renown video game and movie, Ron—an artist and PC tech from Seattle—has already spent a year constructing the mod from scratch, and still has a couple months of work ahead of him.
Hack N Mod offers an incredibly simple cell phone camera mod that delivers striking results. All you need is a lens from an old DVD player and you can magnify your zoom by five times.
Minecraft mods (modifications) are additions to the game that change the way you play. They include texture packs, shaders, changes in gameplay, additions and subtractions and everything in between. Some of this information is very basic, other bits might help you along if you've been stuck. We'll start with the simple stuff.
Crabfu demonstrates how to mod your iPhone with a microscope for just $5 (UPDATE: the $5 microscope from Amazon is now selling it for $12.50... read more). Incredibly simple to make! Check out the sample images taken below the video.
Here's something amazingly beautiful: a full fledged water shader for Minecraft!