John and Dave do their best to make the geeky stuff understandable, digestable, and enjoying. And now, this week’s Premium episode with even more flavor! Topics include getting more granular calendar alert settings on your iOS devices, bridging networks together and really controlling your devices IP addresses in less-than-optimal situations, plus a spirited discussion on just what this whole “4G” thing means on the iPhone 4S anyway. All this, plus Cool Stuff Found (and more!) in today’s episode.
MGG 387: iOS Calendar Alerts, Network Bridging, 4G & More
Note: Shownotes are complete!
- How to rebuild the LaunchServices database
- List all apps registered with LaunchServices
- Week Calendar
- Flip4Mac WMV
- QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component for Mac OS X
- /Library/QuickTime/ and ~/Library/QuickTime (location of QuickTime components)
- Special Use IPv4 Addresses (RFC 5735)
- iOS 5.1 shows ‘4G’ indicator in iPhone 4S status bar for AT&T
- Lithium-Ion Batteries
- Fight Club
- Direct Mail
- MicroShell Folio (new) iPad Case
- Forklift 2
- Path Finder 5
- - You’re downloading today’s show from CacheFly’s network
- BackBeat Media Podcast Network
- MacGeekGab AAC Enhanced Feed - Thanks to Michael Johnston of We Have Communicators (formerly the iPhoneAlley podcast).