CallCentric VoIP Phone Provider Review

CallCentric VoIP Phone Provider Review

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If you are looking for a great VoIP company, I want to highly recommend CallCentric VoIP Phone Provider Review in this review.

They have very competitive prices, awesome service, and most importantly you can sign up for a FREE account and make unlimited free calls to other CallCentric customers for life.

VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol and basically means that CallCentric is phone service provider that uses the internet to make calls instead of using traditional copper phone lines. This results in huge savings on your monthly phone bill, especially when it comes to international long distance.

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For your personal phone, they can help you get up and running quickly with either your own device (BYOD) or can recommend different devices that have been tested with their service. And for business, they can help you with a simple single phone setup or with a complex PBX or Asterisk Server. They have several plans to choose from including pay-as-you-go and unlimited calling plans, and you can also choose your own phone number from a variety countries.

You have nothing to lose by trying their FREE service (no credit card required), so sign up today and you will not regret it!

From their website:

 Imagine you have a phone number so callers can reach you whether you’re near or far; walking with a mobile phone, at home or the office, using VoIP or a regular phone line. And even more, this number is not in the country where you live.

Sign up now for CallCentric VoIP Phone Provider Review and try it before you buy it for free.

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OSX Bible Verse Screensaver for MacBooks and Macs – KJV and ESV

This is a great OSX Bible Verse Screensaver for your MacBook and Mac. I have modified the ESV Daily Verse Screensaver created by Brett Taylor. His original version is located here http://inner.geek.nz/projects/screensavers/.

The only minor problem with Brett’s original screensaver was that the verse moved around the screen quite fast and non-stop, so it was very hard to actually read and it made you feel kinda sea sick.

My version has been modified to show the verse in one place for 10 seconds and then it will slowly move to a new location. I have also created two versions, one with KJV verse and one with ESV verse so you can choose your preference.

The KJV version gets it’s daily verse from here:
https://www.biblegateway.com/votd/get/?format=atom

The ESV version gets it’s daily verse from here:
http://www.gnpcb.org/esv/share/rss2.0/daily/

HOW TO INSTALL

– Download the .qtz files from here:
KJV version: http://iwebss.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/KJV%20Daily%20Verse%20MODIFIED.qtz
ESV version: http://iwebss.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/ESV%20Daily%20Verse%20MODIFIED.qtz

– Once downloaded, move the files into the ~/Library/Screen Savers folder in your user folder.

– Then go to your System Preferences > Screen Savers and you should be able to select one of them as your new screen saver.

Let me know what you think by leaving a comment below.

Safari and iTunes will not update from App Store on OS X and are not updating properly

My issue was that the OS X App Store on my MacBook was showing Updates available for both iTunes and Safari. I would click UPDATE and they would download and then say installing. But after supposedly installing, the new version was not available. When I ran Safari or iTunes it was still the old version. And then within a short period of time, they would both appear in the App Store again as an available Update.

So not sure what is causing the issue, but for whatever reason the updates are not being installed properly. So after going thru the update process several times I finally decided to look for another solution.

I found another way to do updates is to use the command line in Terminal.

First you can type this to get a list of available downloads (NOTE: that is a dash then a lower case L which stands for list):

 softwareupdate -v -l

This may take awhile, but will eventually return a list (if any) of available updates. Mine came back with this:

 Finding available software
  Software Update found the following new or updated software:
   * iTunesX-12.3
   iTunes (12.3), 238528K [recommended]

Now to install any specific update from the list you can type:

softwareupdate -v -i iTunesX-12.3

Or to install all the updates you can type:

softwareupdate -v -i -a

With the method above I was succesful at getting Safari to upgrade, but iTunes was still giving me a really hard time, and would not upgrade. You can not just delete iTunes and re-install it either as it is a protected file. But we can delete it from Terminal if we need to and then try re-installing it.

To Delete iTunes, type this in Terminal:

cd /Applications/

Then type the following (and enter your admin password if it asks):

sudo rm -rf iTunes.app/

Once you have deleted it, use the softwareupdate command above and try it again!

Moodle Quick Enrol plugin for enrolling user to multiple courses

The Quick Enrol plugin for Moodle let’s you enrol a user into multiple courses at once, and makes enrolling much easier.

Based on the Quick Enrollment plugin by Adrien Jamot which is no longer supported.

Click here to DOWNLOAD Quick Enrol plugin v1.0

INSTALLATION

v1.0 currently works with Moodle 2.8 and 2.9. It may work with other versions but I not tested it yet.

Download and unzip the quickenrol folder.

Place the entire quickenrol folder in the /moodle/blocks/ folder.

Login as administrator and go to admin notifications. It should ask you to “upgrade database” to install. Note that this plugin does not add to or modify the database at all on installation (it will however add entries to databse when you enrol a student in a course).

Once installed, add the Quick Enrol block to your front page.

Click the “Enrol user in courses”, then choose the user and choose the courses you want them to be enrolled in (hold down CTRL on Windows or CMD on Mac to select multiple courses) and click SUBMIT … it’s that easy

Click here to DOWNLOAD Quick Enrol plugin v1.0

Samsung Galaxy External SD Card Issue Will Not Scan or Find Music

Okay so after several hours of messing around trying to figure out why my Samsung Galaxy S3 used to play the music I had on my SD Card, but now suddenly did not want to recognize it all, I found a solution.

STEP 1
Backup any music or other data you have on your SD Card.

STEP 2
Using My Files or any other file app (like ES File Explorer) copy one music file (only one) from your external sd card into your device Music folder.

STEP 3
Go to SETTINGS > MORE > STORAGE and choose FORMAT SD CARD. **** WARNING: This will delete everything on your SD Card. Make sure you backed it up before doing this. ****

STEP 4
Once it is formatted, choose UNMOUNT SD CARD.

STEP 5
Once it unmounts, choose MOUNT SD CARD.

STEP 6
Go back to My Files (or ES File Explorer) and copy the device Music folder to the root of your external SD Card. Do not individually copy stuff inside the Music folder, but choose the entire Music folder itself. When you copy the folder to the root of your external SD Card, this means that a new Music folder will appear alongside the Android folder.

STEP 7
Go to music app and you should now see two copies of the one file you copied over in Step 2.

STEP 8
Delete this file from your device Music folder and leave it in your SD Card Music folder.

STEP 9
Go to music app and there should now only be one copy.

STEP 10
Put all your music and data back on the SD Card now, but be careful NOT to copy any hidden files that were on the old SD Card. Only copy over .mp3 files or the specific data files you need.

Hope this helps!

 

Convert eSword Bible modules to MySword Bible modules

I now have a Galaxy S3 running Android and although I love eSword, it is not available on Android, so instead I have been using MySword instead.

There are tons of free resources for eSword available and I thought it would be great if I could convert them to use with MySword.

It turns out that the file formats (for unlocked modules) are identical. So you simply need to change the extension name to get them to work.

Simply change the .bblx extension of the eSword Bible module to .bbl.mybible to make it a MySword Bible module.

That’s it!!

Thanks to Peter Pellerin at the following post for pointing it out:
http://www.biblesupport.com/topic/1415-instructions-for-making-your-own-mysword-modules/?p=4629

 

Samsung Galaxy S3 wifi connection problems: Will not find any Wi-Fi networks when Scanning

My wife and I both have Samsung Galaxy S3’s and we love them. However, my wife’s phone suddenly started having wifi connection problems, and stopped showing any wi-fi networks when it scans for them.When you enter the Wi-Fi settings page and it says scanning, nothing will appear. I tried the following solutions, none of which worked:

– Under wifi settings, go to advanced wifi settings and try “Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep”. I tried both Always and Never. Did not work.

– Dial *#0011# and go to wifi menu and try “WIFI Power Save Mode”. I tried both ON and OFF. Did not work.

– Under wifi settings, I used long tap to “forget” each network. It would continue to scan but networks would not re-appear in list. Did not work.

– Tried turning wifi off then back on. Did not work.

– Tried turning phone off then back on after doing each of the items above. Did not work.

My phone works without any issues and can pickup all the networks wherever we go. Even in our house with our own router and wifi connection, if we “forget” the network on both of our phones, my phone will say “scanning” and it will immediately show back up in the list, but her phone will say “scanning” and nothing shows up.

I spent hours trying all the different solutions that I could find (except for resetting the phone), and none of them worked. But I did find the following work around so she can see available networks and connect to them…

SOLUTION
I installed a program called WiFi Finder by JIWIRE INC.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jiwire.android

Start the program (you do not need to enable location for this app), then choose Wi-Fi Scanner, then choose LIST.

Tap on the network you want to connect to, enter the network password if required, tap Connect and you should be good to go!

Please leave a comment if this helped you.