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Astoria VR headset ad is it a scam?

The catch with Astoria is one set is $59.00 the more you order the cheaper they get. don't get caught up in the buy 3 and get 2 free because you are paying for 5 sets at $29.00 per set. once you select your quantity, then they ask you about earbuds, then a bluetooth remote, then cleaner for the lenses. if you purchase these items, you costs go up..... I tried to cancel my order that I placed on Nov 28, 2016 and I was told I would not get my money back. Buyer beware.

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How to use Google Daydream with an iPhone?

Since I was asking myself if the iPhone works with Google's VR Daydream glasses, we at our company tried it for myself, see in this video.

And it actually works but you should start with the iPhone 6 because the iPhone 5 and 5s is just to small. I attached a video which shows how it works. But still, no iOS app supports the Google Daydream control. But if you cannot wait to enjoy VR content, it is possible. Let's see when Apple will release some kind of VR glasses as well.

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Remote code for Paramax P-512

You won't find codes for this anywhere. Paramax isn't a legitimate company, it's just a shell name similar to legitimate A/V company, Panamax.

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Invalid black cartridge

Well this is a long answer.

First of all, you need to understand that most companies use "counting flags", "serial numbers" and "ID product types" to correctly identify the supply you plug in your printer. This is necessary to fulfill the companies business plan (i.e. you sell the equipment for less and compensate during the life cycle - selling supplies), so this answers part of the question.

But for many legitimate reasons (i.e. supply deficit, EOL support, etc) you might need to buy refurbished or "similar" supplies to serve your needs, but these suppliers are not usually trusted companies or authorized suppliers from the printer manufacturer. So, in this case you will need to change the cartridge chip firmware that do not usually is incorrectly supplied with Samsungs similar model CLP-300.
The chips are usually the 24c0x/34c0x eeproms but any version that has at least 512 bytes are fine.

The firmware to be written is only about 408 bytes long.

These eeproms are permanent and reversible software write protection for the first-half of the array. Please note that if the cartridge is used until empty status from the printer, you will not be able to rewrite it, this is because the printer sets the write disable bit to kill the chip from reuse. This also is the case for original chips from the manufacturer. Also note that the first cartridge kit that came with the printer do not have the chips! The printer is internally programmed to count the number of pages printed with the supplied toners (and predict the empty status).

Note that you will need to update a few serial numbers to make the refurbished toner cartridge work (and be identified correctly by the printer). In my case I searched for "CRUM-xxxxxxxxnnn" where x and n are numbers, change the three last numbers (increment for each time you reset/recharge the cartridge).

Example of CRUM number identification.

Also the firmware indicates the "world region" where your printer is sold, so you need the correct region firmware model.

I got the software from here to be able to read and write to the chips eeprom.

You should also buy or make the serial interface from this page
to be able to program the toner eeproms.

If you look at the end of one of the cartridges and hold it so that the gear is facing you and the toner dispense tube is at the 12:00 position the contacts will be towards the 3:00 position. The contacts are as follows, chip-xerox-cartridge-ghiujf4mzn0s4v1tqn4z1v02-5-2.jpg

Top Left = Data
Bottom Left = Clock
Top Right = +5 VDC
Bottom Right = Gnd

Check ebay or other e-commerce sites for the parts, and search engines to find the correct firmware.

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Is Central Valley One,Inc, a legitament company that buys bank notes

With the advent of the Internet, it's now easier than ever to start a company. But knowing the difference between a real company and a cardboard storefront designed to scam you out of your hard-earned dollars can save you a lot of money and hassles. Legitimate companies offer a level of transparency about their organizational structures, making it simple to identify them from their shadowy counterparts. Have a question? Get an answer from a personal finance professional now!

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    • Research a company's address and business phone number. While having a post office box doesn't necessarily make the company an illegitimate one, if you call the company without receiving a call back, the phone and address may be a front. Ethical companies are all about doing business and selling products or services. They make every effort to call back potential customers.
    • 2 Ask the company for its Tax Identification Number or Employer Identification Number. Legitimate companies must file taxes and report to the IRS. This requires a TIN or EIN issued by the IRS. Ethical companies have no problem filling out the IRS W-9 form, "Request for Taxpayer Identification and Certification."
    • 3 Check the company's standing with a credit rating company. Many companies offer a one-time free report or the company's credit standing report for a small fee.
    • 4 Ask for a copy of the company's business license. Business licenses are typically issued by the city, county or jurisdiction in which the company operates.
    • 5 Request a copy of its organizational status. If the company indicates that it is incorporated or a limited liability company, it must register with the secretary of state's office in the state in which it does business.
    • 6 Review its contractor license online. Contractors must be licensed in the state in which they operate. Most all states provide a free online service where you can look up the contractor by name or license number. If a business does contracting work without a license, it is operating outside of state laws.
    • 7 Ask if the company is a member of any professional association. You can verify its membership by contacting the organization directly.
    • 8 Check the company's complaint record with your local consumer affairs department or state attorney general.
    • 9 Verify the company's registration data if it is an online site only. Many sites offer domain name searches that allow you to see to whom the site belongs. If the information is not clear enough, seems incomplete or the phone numbers listed don't work, it's a good chance the company is not a legitimate one.
    • 10 Review the company's payment methods. Legitimate companies use valid online payment accounts that you can check and allow you to register a complaint or ask for a refund. Companies that are not ethical do not provide an opportunity for you to get a refund.
    • 11 Examine the terms and conditions of the company's website, its policies, contact information and more. If the online company doesn't provide this information at all, don't do business with it.

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Is there a legitimate tech source called askmask,llc? I called amazon kindle support and ended up with a "microsoft tech".

I've provided IT support for over 30 yrs I have never heard of this group but legitimate new IT companies pop all the time but try googling the company whenever you are not sure of the legitimate nature of a company or services

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Hello, I'd like the serial number for this software. I purchased this from Amazon but it did not come with a serial number. Thank you

If you purchased a legitimate copy from Amazon, it must come with a S/N. You need to contact the seller--either Amazon or the company selling through their site.

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I need to purchase 3 Samsung MA2565 monitors. can anyone help me locate them? Paul

Hi Paul,

I noticed that this was posted 4 months ago. However, our company has a number of these and if you are still interesting we would be more than willing to sell them to you. Email Heather at for information. Also you can take a look at our website to see that we are a legitimate lighting and sound repair company.

Have a good day!

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