Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Flash'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • The Show
    • Announcements
    • Show Followup
    • Feedback
    • The Errata
  • Listeners Area
    • Software Stuff
    • Hardware Stuff
    • iPod and iTunes Stuff
    • iPhone
    • iPad Stuff
    • iCloud
    • Mobile Apps
    • Automator
    • Network/ Internet Stuff
    • New Users and Switchers
    • Tips & Tricks
    • Reviews
    • Mac Pride
    • Switcher Stories
    • Off Topic
    • Listener Polls
  • Macworld Expo
    • MacWorld 2009
    • Macworld 2008
    • Macworld 2007
  • Contests
    • Maccast textPlus Wi-Fi Challenge
    • eMacCast Album Art Contest
    • Name the MacCast Mascot!
  • Marketplace
    • I Made This
    • Podcast and Blog Promos
    • Items For Sale
    • Items Wanted
    • Services Offered
    • Job Opportunities

Calendars

  • Community Calendar

Found 2 results

  1. Hi, I recently I have encountered a number of Macs that are in trouble with Safari and Chrome. The problem is a very persistent pop-up claiming that the computer is infected etc etc etc Many of them leading to the Mac keeper site (I always end up uninstalling that crap) Non of this worked: Reset Safari Uninstall Flash Remove all Extensions Remove all Website Data Remove all internet plugins I spend quite a bit of time in the system and user library removing all possible .plist, cashes and other files that could possible be related to this problem but had no luck. What did work was: Opening the package content of Safari Downloaded and installed combo update 10.9.5 Delete Chrome and all the related data in the User Library Reinstall Chrome I wander if there is a more effective way to cure this problem, I have the feeling this might be jus the beginning.... Looking forward to your replies, Rogier
  2. iPhone 4 Crashes with Flash Photos

    Hey Maccast Community, I've noticed a problem with my newly-acquired iPhone 4 (AT&T, 16GB). Whenever I go to take a flash photo (by toggling the flash indicator to "On", almost without exception, the phone shuts down entirely. After a reboot, and second attempt, the phone often shows the low-charge screen. My first instinct was a bug in iOS 7.1, but now I'm thinking that the phone's battery needs replacement, especially when I realized that connecting the phone to power eliminated the issue. If that is indeed the case, would you recommend replacing the battery myself (I'm pretty handy, but would need to purchase a pentalobe screwdriver) or taking it to the Apple Store (5 minutes away)? Or is there a way I can fix the issue without a replacement? Thanks, Nate
×