New vs. Used/Refurb, USB Disconnects, Notifications, and Ethernet Locations – Mac Geek Gab 760


| Mac Geek Gab Podcast

This week your two favorite geeks tackle your questions about USB disconnects, “no Internet connection” reports, creating short video clips from long segments, and when (and whether!) to buy new or look for refurb/used. Listen as John and Dave talk you through all of this and much, much more. Press play, download, and enjoy learning at least five new things!

MGG 760: New vs. Used/Refurb, USB Disconnects, Notifications, and Ethernet Locations

7:30 AM May. 6th, 2019 | 01:28:28

This week your two favorite geeks tackle your questions about USB disconnects, “no Internet connection” reports, creating short video clips from long segments, and when (and whether!) to buy new or look for refurb/used. Listen as John and Dave talk you through all of this...

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    • Dave Hamilton

      Thanks for the heads-up, Mike! That’s a new one to me, and a good one to know!

      I’m pretty sure that’s one of the one’s Apple automatically tries in the background (or, well, should try, but sometimes devices don’t, for whatever reason). Great stuff.

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