Poco F5 -Modders Guide


So after my Samsung a52s randomly bootlooped into oblivion I purchased a Poco f5. This modder’s guide will probably get way fewer updates than previous guides as I am way more busy. Thus it will be focused on stability above all else. The modders guide follows my journey so if you just want the latest start at the bottom and work your way up.

Open wifi safety-it still matters even with HTTPS


Make sure to use a VPN on public Wi-Fi. Even though most sites have HTTPS, which prevents most attacks, a few are still possible. The two most common would be:Man in the Middle – which, contrary to popular belief, is not completely prevented by HTTPS.Session hijacking – which is basically stealing your cookies.I have had multiple friends already who have fallen specifically to session...

Backblaze Data Center Woes


When we upgraded to fiber internet, I was excited to have lightning-fast upload speeds. However, I soon discovered that Backblaze, my online backup provider, was not taking full advantage of my new upload speed. After doing some research, I found that the location of my Backblaze server was in the US West data center. As a result, my uploads were restricted by the distance between my location and...

Nord Vpn Defaults Break SMB


I am beyond enraged. I had a different issue causing me to revert to one of my older Windows images. Everything was working fine until I realized I couldn’t see my SMB shares, which I use as a NAS. After messing around for hours with firewalls, NetBIOS, among other things, to no avail, I stumbled upon an article talking about an invisible LAN on NordVPN. Well, what do you know, even though...

A Netflix alternative – Though you will no longer be part of the Navy.


Please note you should use a vpn if you are not using real debrid. So, you can no longer share your friend’s, sister’s, or mother-in-law’s Netflix account, or maybe you just prefer having all your content in one place. Whatever your reason may be, this is a super easy guide to help you get your movies and shows without any headaches. Editor’s Note 1: This article focuses...

Chromebooks- I recommend them more then ever after I bought one.


As an IT professional, I have been recommending Chromebooks and iPads to practically everyone for years. In my experience, they are the perfect choice for most people. Recently, I purchased the Lenovo Chromebook Duet as a lighter weight replacement for my Thinkpad X230 (Don’t worry I still have a spare:). I will have a continuous guide posted soon, but I just wanted to write a short article...

Welcome to 2023


Welcome to the new year.We come bringing gift, a new TechRecc updates. One of the biggest yet.

5 new android apps including my own builds of Youtube Revanced ( The new ad free youtube).

2 New Windows Programs

And 24 you read that right 24 new websites.

Please help us start the new year right by donating a coffee .

Should I Root My Phone in 2022


Rooting, for a long time, has been a mainstay in the Android community, but in the past few years it seems to have fallen out of style. Should you root in 2022? Rooting Vs Custom ROM The first thing I would like to make clear is that Rooting and installing a Custom Android ROM/OS are actually two separate things.These things tend to go hand in hand but they don’t have to. Installing a...

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