Here is how to video, showing you the light show feature of the JBL Pulse.
Author: Ziggy Kratzer
Here is how to video, showing you how to put a Nintendo 3DS XL into a carrying case.
Here is the full length video, shot by a ZKarlo employee at the Dakota County Fairgrounds in Minnesota, of a 1200 lb bull getting loose and injuring multiple people.
To factory reset your TomTom XL 330 or 340 GPS unit, follow these steps:
- With your GPS on and loaded, Tap on the screen.
- Tap the Change Preferences icon.
- Tap the Arrow icon 5 times.
- Tap the Reset Factory Settings icon.
Guitar Hero is the ultimate party video game series, where you and your friends/family can form a band and rock out to all your favorite classic rock songs. Guitar Hero uses custom guitar shaped controllers to simulate playing a guitar and in later versions, starting with World Tour, added a microphone and drum set, although a standard console controller can be used in early versions. Players score points by matching colored notes that scroll on the screen to the colored buttons on the controllers. Even though it was designed to be a party game with competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes, there is also support for single player mode. Guitar Hero games are available on several platforms including Playstation 2 and 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PC, Mac and Nintendo DS.
The popularity of Guitar Hero caused other music video game spin-offs to be created including Band Hero, which included more family friendly pop music and the DJ Hero series which simulated being a DJ using a turntable style controller. Guitar Hero was first published in 2005 by RedOctane and developed by Harmonix. As of 2011, Activision officially put any further development of the series on hiatus.
Guitar Hero Games
|Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock||2010||PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|DJ Hero 2||2010||PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||FreeStyleGames|
|Guitar Hero: Van Halen||2009||PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Band Hero||2009||PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, DS||Activision||Neversoft|
|DJ Hero||2009||PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii||Activision||FreeStyleGames|
|Guitar Hero 5||2009||PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Guitar Hero Smash Hits||2009||PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||Beenox|
|Guitar Hero On Tour: Modern Hits||2009||Nintendo DS||Activision||Vicarious Visions|
|Guitar Hero: Metallica||2009||PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades||2008||Nintendo DS||Activision||Vicarious Visions|
|Guitar Hero: World Tour||2008||Mac, PS2, PS3, Wii, PC, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Guitar Hero: On Tour||2008||Nintendo DS||Activision||Vicarious Visions|
|Guitar Hero: Aerosmith||2008||Mac, PS2, PS3, Wii, PC, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock||2007||Mac, PS2, PS3, Wii, PC, Xbox 360||Activision||Neversoft|
|Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80’s||2007||PS2||Activision||Harmonix|
|Guitar Hero II||2006||PS2, Xbox 360||Activision||Harmonix|
Guitar Hero Free Online?
For those of you that can’t get enough of Guitar Hero gaming or simply can’t afford to purchase the games, there is the option to play Guitar Hero games online for free. These games are created using Flash and are playable via your web browser, using your keyboard as the controller. http://www.guitarheroonline.org/ is an example of one site where you can play free Flash Guitar Hero style games. The only thing required to play these games is a web browser with the Adobe Flash Player plugin installed.
TomTom Rider GPS Stiff Power Button
If you have recently purchased a TomTom Rider or Rider 2 GPS, you may have noticed that the power button is pretty hard to push. We have heard from a lot of customers that think the GPS is bad and won’t power, but it could just be that the button is not being pressed hard enough.
Reason for the insanity
The reason the power button on the Rider series of GPS is so difficult to push is because it was designed to be waterproof. It is generally used on motorcycles and therefore often comes into contact with the elements. Having the button so stiff also makes it difficult to turn the GPS unit on accidentally in your pocket or bag.
We suggest using a pen or some similar hard object to push the button with, this will save on the pain in your fingers.
In this article you will find instructions for locating your wireless USB nano receiver for the PS3 Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock guitar.
Finding the guitar wireless USB nano receiver:
Step 1: Referencing the photo above, there is a tiny silver button located just above the strummer on the neck of the guitar. It is on a black plastic panel cover that measures about 8″ long. Pushing that silver button down, slide the panel cover in the direction of the arrow (or towards the strummer).
Step 2: Once you slide the cover panel, pull the cover toward you to reveal the secret compartment in the middle of the guitar. The arrow in the photo is pointing at the wireless guitar receiver dongle that is plugged into its holding compartment. The universal USB logo with an arrow is printed on the plastic just above the dongle to remind you where to secure it when it is not in use.
Step 3: Remove the dongle from its location and plug into your PS3 system to wirelessly sync the guitar. The photo above shows what the USB nano receiver dongle looks like, which measures only about 1″ in length.
Now it’s time to rock out!
Here I will provide short instructions and a video on how to connect your GPS bracket to the ball mount:
- Place your mount on the floor or a hard surface with the ball facing upwards.
- Push the bracket down onto the ball of the mount.
NOTE: Do Not reverse it by putting the bracket down on the hard surface and pushing the mount on to it, doing it this way can bend or even break the bracket.
Below is a sample video on using the Swype texting feature of the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Here I will provide short instructions and a video on how to Insert the Window Mount into your TomTom VIA GPS. This can be done in two simple steps:
- Place your VIA GPS face down on a flat hard surface.
- Push the ball of the suction mount into the mount hole on the back of the GPS.