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Help bypassing Samsung FRP Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Ingledink Humperbird - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 20:29:35 EST ID:nSO+g/z/ No.122201
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I bought a Galaxy Tab A off craigslist. It all worked well until I decided to root it. Now i'm locked out by the factory reset system and the guy who sold it to me has yet to respond.
If anyone knows what software I need to bypass this system that would be greatly appreciated. I have already tried flashing a new ROM onto it, but even that's blocked by the FRP.

>inb4 any moral lectures
I purchased this tablet legitimately. I have no idea what it's history before that is, and that's not my problem. I paid $100 for this shit and i want it to work.
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PhyllisChoddlekat.com - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 17:23:39 EST ID:fRK0JgSd No.122204 Ignore Report Reply
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>>122201
BRing back the CUm DUngeon ?
Whoa thereHOT STEPPER !
AInt no HALF STEPPING
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RebeccaHunkinchane.psp - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 15:04:21 EST ID:Nqsf9Gga No.122237 Ignore Report Reply
>>122201
>it all worked well until I broke it
>seller has yet to respond


Shoe-in failure Ignore Report View Thread Reply
MartinFidgedock.sgml - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 00:34:53 EST ID:DG/7m7o5 No.122170
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Haha.. why would you ever want electronics in shoes?!?
https://tech.slashdot.org/story/19/02/21/2048254/nike-bricks-its-shoes-with-a-faulty-firmware-update
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EstherPottingbit.cbl - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 03:46:10 EST ID:jDfqhKLj No.122226 Ignore Report Reply
>>122202
"What's his power-level?" jokes incoming...
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NigelGenningstock.pl - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 20:41:07 EST ID:88xedL4I No.122227 Ignore Report Reply
>>122226
a ounce of weed taped to the back of glass
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JamesPazzlebuck.xif - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 18:28:39 EST ID:DZuWI2o9 No.122228 Ignore Report Reply
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>>122227
That will do it


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SamuelDummershaw.smd - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 13:18:29 EST ID:s8rYzamp No.122205
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So I've Uploaded a video to bitchute 2 days ago and it's still processing it's like taking forever trying to process anything on that site is taking forever I don't know why I used the mp 4 format
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ShitDartfoot.icl - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 03:09:56 EST ID:NYUejQGi No.122223 Ignore Report Reply
>>122205
MP4 should be fine. I would stop download. See if mp4 works correctly using your favorite media software. Use c cleaner to maybe remove excess clutter. Too many temp files. reset modem/router, reboot computer and try again. Do right click on computer (properties) and see if you have enough free space. Sometimes not enough free space will cause files from uploading. Do this before and after using cleaner just for reference. Possible, the upload site will not allow a file if it is too big? And just kind stay there. Maybe not the file size and their max upload size, and if they accept mp4 files.


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OliverBladdlesut.eps - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 00:35:19 EST ID:UxGRnPhJ No.122203
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ISP has problems?
Build your own!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p52PY_cwIsA
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ShittingDodgededge.psd - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 15:44:43 EST ID:C7IrPxTW No.122206 Ignore Report Reply
Has been around for over a decade.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wireless_community_networks_by_region
This is by no means a complete list, and yes it's basically non-existent in the US.
Ironically a largely suburban environment works best for these kind of mesh networks and then it will probably be labeled as "socialism".

To be honest the sympathy I have for Americans regarding their shitty Internet has limits. You basically just have to vote for semi effective anti-cartel laws.
But no you don't want "Big Guberment" amirte?
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JamesBrookham.psd - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 20:31:31 EST ID:kpSkMKGS No.122217 Ignore Report Reply
>>122206
It's simpler than that. USAians can't seem to work together but see themselves as "hot shot rebels". It's like the wild west never ended.
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AugustusGrimridge.css - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 00:32:11 EST ID:QCg+IScO No.122221 Ignore Report Reply
>>122203
Cool video. Used to work with a guy, well we would talk, he had his own ISP he started; for many years. Best game in town. For a small dependable ISP.

A company not to name, he wanted to move on to other things, so he sold it. He signed papers, had no legal representation, (which he should have) but kinda a trustworthy person. They used their powers to not only take his business for nothing in return, but he owed the corporation tens of thousands in the end.

https://money.cnn.com/2014/06/16/technology/security/comcast-wifi-hotspot/
Seems windows 10 had similiar issues, https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/209208-windows-10s-new-wifi-sense-shares-your-wifi-password-with-facebook-outlook-and-skype-contacts.
I stick with win7 pro.
10 is too busy. Reinstall a fresh 10 by default, discard most if not all manufacturer built in 'helper software.' Like stuff that you can contact say Dell for tech support. Automatic manufacturer software updates. Just keep things to windows 10, and favorite software.
When reinstalling, do things manually. Let me choose my own settings. Then keep
digging. Again, it has too much going on. I turn off cortana, or whatever right away.


I need a PADD I mean tablet Ignore Report View Thread Reply
CedricNonnerfield.zip - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 18:26:56 EST ID:PoV+1R1z No.122208
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Short version: I need a tablet or notepad that is cheap and not shit and I can use instead of a notebook + printer + computer combo.

Essential
>Cheap but not cheap piece of shit
>good battery life
>will let me view and edit documents with a reasonably decent interface and not awful responsiveness
>no proprietary bullshit like non standard USB cables.
>can get it in the post brexit wasteland
>will get a good few years out of it before it grinds to a halt

Preferable
>can handle having a couple of documents open or even PDFs
>decent build quality

>Also could use recommendations for a bluetooth keyboard I guess because I have a feeling the editing documents will need that.

Long version for context.

A while ago I started a D&D campaign with friends, after I wrote my first adventure I realised my handwriting was garbage and also I actually can't write for long periods of time without an old injury causing me grief. I started writing my adventures on word and printing them out and it works better. However the printer is shit, it drinks ink, loading it is a pain in the arse and frequently it jams and I still have to take notes and update them or something if I want a record of what people did. I have a game on saturday and the ink will probably be enough for that but by my next session I'd like to have ditched the printer.

So I want a tablet I can use as a notebook, keep my adventure notes, write down results, maybe keep a few quick reference stat blocks to reduce page turning mid combat. A phone won't cut it but I don't think I need a really nice tablet or notepad, just something that's not a cheap piece of shit.
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AugustusBrunkinfuck.sys - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 20:03:12 EST ID:PoV+1R1z No.122216 Ignore Report Reply
>>122214
Where did you get the idea I am replacing a laptop or creating content with my notepad? I want something that will basically allow me to store and edit notes and sync them in something about the same size as a notepad. I am not a power user, I was just hoping I could find some more discerning help than the usual mix of paid shills and barely computer literate "I can sort of operate facebook" level users that populate the majority of sources of information on the quality of these devices.

Anyway my printer was reporting low but not depleted ink and then very suddenly it had none, I did not expect that I needed something today for my game. I thought given my price range, I'd be better off picking up a less than perfect deal than forking out money for a print cartridge, being angry at how poorly designed my printer is for another 4 months then having it spend slightly less for a slightly better device. I expected to have a couple of weeks to sort this out when I posted it and not 2 days.

I got something for £150 and it does what I want. It can read and edit documents. I think when I've gotten used to it the process will be much easier and more reliable than printing shit then updating a master record later (it's good to know all the things my party does, they're getting to the stage where they can cause geopolitical scale upsets in their own world), as I can just update shit on the fly and replace the old files entirely.
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NellFuttingdudging.udf - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 20:35:57 EST ID:C7IrPxTW No.122219 Ignore Report Reply
>>122216
Well then if you get the one from the aliexpress link I've posted the tablet & keyboard combo should be squarely in that range if you wait for the sale. If editing documents really is a requirement and cheap is a requirement that's what I would get.
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AugustusGrimridge.css - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 23:23:55 EST ID:QCg+IScO No.122220 Ignore Report Reply
>>122208
I don't know much about bluetooth but logitech has been around for a long time for wirelesss usb devices that are often all compatible, mouse keyboard, etc, and many can work with backwards compatibility if the same name.
https://www.logitech.com/en-ca/product/multi-device-keyboard-k480.
I have different years of mice and keyboards that all work on the same usb.

Possibly the best game in town., Should work with smart tvs or whatever.


VNC Proxy Ignore Report View Thread Reply
FuckDullerdale.cur - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 14:57:08 EST ID:7hgJAujr No.122189
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I'm at work on a linux machine.

I installed the distro myself on my work laptop. I'm cool with IT and they know about it.

So I don't think there's any company sniffing stuff on my laptop.

Now, my laptop has a VNC connection with my home computer.

I'm actually at work right now typing this from my home computer.

Can my company somehow log all this?

Or is it that my company only sees VNC noise without knowing what I'm actually doing?
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WalterBardwater.php - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 04:38:20 EST ID:SHjspROu No.122194 Ignore Report Reply
>>122193
If your company uses port 22, ssh. In reality, there are a lot of options. Linux though,
does not make one hidden by default. Depending on what your are trying to achieve,
you could encrypt stuff offline. Not online on company computers. Could remaster
a live linux dvd, that act like your company's default operating system. Default web browser. ETC.
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ErnestDennerbanks.pub - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 15:44:12 EST ID:C7IrPxTW No.122196 Ignore Report Reply
If your job sucks so much that you are inclined to post on 420chan during work quit your job.
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IanDuttingsit.lnk - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 18:31:17 EST ID:nSO+g/z/ No.122200 Ignore Report Reply
>have a job where u get to work in an office
>doing computer stuff
>have the freedom to install w/e u want on company laptop
>slacks off at work

on behalf of all software developers stuck working in kitchens / labour jobs, FUCK you op. get back to work.


Conflicting information Ignore Report View Thread Reply
EdwardFogglemat.pps - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 13:13:18 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122195
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I'm having a bit of conflicting information here, picture related.
What to do?


shutting down important machinery Ignore Report View Thread Reply
CyrilWagglelodging.fla - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 21:06:47 EST ID:28ZzePEG No.122191
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https://www.technologyreview.com/s/613054/cybersecurity-critical-infrastructure-triton-malware/
Ah well shit so what does this mean, that the Iranians have been analyzing Stuxnet enough that now they've got their own copy?


Tell me about 5g and what it means. Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Mimsy - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 20:52:01 EST ID:BZZHef+Z No.122125
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Basically, is 5G technology going to bring a true end to limited unlimited data rates and throttling horseshit? Will it finally be like wired internet where you have realistically, "unlimited" internet? Canadians not withstanding.
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PhineasBellybury.xsl - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 12:17:45 EST ID:jnObabrN No.122148 Ignore Report Reply
>>122125
5g is going to make you sterile and fry your brain to death ;)
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ShitBlaffingtag.bfc - Sun, 03 Mar 2019 02:03:13 EST ID:+oOuylDi No.122180 Ignore Report Reply
> is 5G technology going to bring a true end to limited unlimited data

Sorry, it doesn't work that way. One could I guess tether to their smart phone,
after a certain amount of data is passed it will be throttled. Unlimited data,
speeds, doesn't mean is going to happen. Gotta pay, $$ for.

Other countries are required to give people real fast internet. Building codes
require new construction to have high kick speed internet. Right wingers
fight against this, while even third world countries get fast internet by default.
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DavidSinderridge.xif - Tue, 05 Mar 2019 16:11:35 EST ID:C7IrPxTW No.122185 Ignore Report Reply
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First: 5G is NOT a replacement for 4G, at least not the exciting part.
"5G" that you can be used on your phone using the existing infrastructure is essentially 4G technology.

The exciting part is ulta-high frequency radio, also called millimeter waves.
They are frequencies between 24-86ghz and their wavelength is as the name suggests ridiculously small.
This high frequency enables the massive bandwidths (essentially like fiber along with it's low latency).

The problem is two-fold:
  1. Absorption through the air becomes significant requiring the client and station to be very close together.
  2. It absolutely has to be line-of-sight, windows, tree leaves and even your fingers completely bock millimeter waves.

So this leaves it as a replacement for traditional broadband ala cable, dsl or fiber.
This would work by having a repeater on your window that receives 5G on the outside and wifi/5G/ethernet on the inside. Links would be semi directional. This is potentially cheaper than fiber and almost as good.

To actually use 5G mm wave in mobile you'd need something like a station in every other streetlight fixture. Your mobile device (no it won't be a phone, no matter what you don't need several gigabits on your handheld device).
But lets say 20 years from now augmented reality finally takes of.
You would have some sort of hat that is plastered with solid state transceiver arrays and lidar chips. The device would use beam-forming to connect to the nearest peers and stream gigabytes of point-cloud data back and forth.


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PhineasCiblingfield.js - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 22:44:18 EST ID:YFyxM2Wm No.122112
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i got a letter from my isp optimum online saying they will terminate my account because i am watching obscene porn....? they said i got flagged?

i did see some stuff on efukt, i did watch some hardcore porn in the past.

last year i got arrested and at the nypd police precinct the police were saying i was a perverted piece of shit for watching the porn i was watching....WHO THE FUCK TOLD THEM?

how can my isp forward shit to the police?

I dont get it...the internet is filled with obscene shit.....Im not a pedo just putting that out there, i prefer milfs...im just getting that out of the way before people say cp and stuff.

Wtf?
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HannahGrimham.icl - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 18:04:56 EST ID:mLQzqZVu No.122174 Ignore Report Reply
>>122112
You sure it was a legit communication?
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CyrilClembledale.o - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 22:54:35 EST ID:NoJcfjtZ No.122179 Ignore Report Reply
>>122158
one may want to learn encrypted dns, isps will keep logs of every site people visit, in the us for like 3 years. that is the initial fail, change your internet provider if you like.

It is kinda complicated, one can find a decent vpn, just research. I knew a hacker type, and that is preffered. tor browser works, ok I guess.
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HannahLightshaw.dll - Sun, 03 Mar 2019 21:45:20 EST ID:NYUejQGi No.122184 Ignore Report Reply
>>122179
look up dnscrypt. I like to do it via commpand lie/prompt, but there are frontends as well. visit dns leak tests to see if these are working right whichever methods one chooses.


Micro SD for full resolution HD at quick speeds via HDMI Ignore Report View Thread Reply
NCACEDEADDEL - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:53:13 EST ID:EHZrz9cN No.122150
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Any idea if this would be good for the Pi 3 Model B? (Not B+)
It says in the description that the read speed is 300mb/s but I'm not sure about the write speed.

Didn't know if this belongs in /Programming or not but eh
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NellPeppernen.pm3 - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 15:50:11 EST ID:og65Tj4q No.122153 Ignore Report Reply
Also you might be better off getting just big enough microSD and grabbing either a larger USB stick or just SATA to USB and throw a spare old drive at it. Based on that I read just the other day that some peeps had better results doing PS1 emulation from a stick rather than the system card. Just a guess, but seems like it could be the same with video.
If going by the drive method you could have more stuff on there at once too, could get a used 500GB drive for the same price as a 64GB SD.
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ShitBlaffingtag.bfc - Sun, 03 Mar 2019 02:11:40 EST ID:+oOuylDi No.122181 Ignore Report Reply
one can make a sd array, complicated but possible. More ram helps of course. an external hd works.
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CharlotteGirringfield.pct - Wed, 06 Mar 2019 09:41:50 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122187 Ignore Report Reply
>>122181
If you'd read more than the title you'd know this was for an rpi, you can't add more RAM. And the port for the SD card is already the bottle neck for a single higher speed SD, adding more won't speed anything up.


Wifi cracking for bandwidth thieving scum. Ignore Report View Thread Reply
ClaraWorthingwill.csv - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:36:30 EST ID:WBx0WLOI No.122084
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Are there any run and done, idiot proof wifi cracking programs for windows?
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Richard Park-Nguyen - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 18:15:41 EST ID:jVgc5cIb No.122173 Ignore Report Reply
Usually people who are stupid or old have their. ISP router installed in the basement near the TV cable line into the house. Chances are if you have long enough you could figure out if one of their basement windows is unlocked and just go press the WPS button with the end of an unused pencil held by a gloved hand.


Hacking is so 1990. Physical security is the hot button🍆
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EdwardPinningshit.reg - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 08:43:37 EST ID:4ddzIlpy No.122175 Ignore Report Reply
VM with your choice of distro add some Reaver and a sprinkle of Pixie Dust and hope to get lucky. If that fails go for a MITM, fluxion or whatever the kids use today
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PhoebeTillingfield.png - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 18:02:19 EST ID:+98BzGvm No.122176 Ignore Report Reply
>>122084
here is how internet can work, windows may connect to whatever connection that has a good signal. It is up to users to keep stuff correct. Likely nobody was 'intending' to grab your internet. I found for a while I was using somebody's
internet. A few adjustments fixed that.


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NellPeppernen.pm3 - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 17:48:02 EST ID:og65Tj4q No.122155
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I'm hooking up two monitors at the moment, and I got to wondering if it would be beneficial to run one of them on the integrated graphics. Would that offload some workload, or does diverting signals to two different graphic systems offput any benefits one would get?
Tried hooking them up that way and it works without any config at all (win 8.1).
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BetsyDuckman.log - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 12:58:40 EST ID:CzL1Lz3w No.122156 Ignore Report Reply
Yeah. If you run Blender and it's pegging your GPU it won't lag if another GPU is running the GUI.

Normally though? no. And it's gonna fuck shit up like video playback when you move it back and forth.
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GrahamPickbury.pot - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 08:19:15 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122169 Ignore Report Reply
>>122156
Yeah I tried a while but changed over to just discrete GPU, much more stable in general.


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JennyDrinningman.sit - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 16:15:44 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122161
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my logitech g500 mouse finally kicked the bucket.

what's the modern-day equivalent of that one?

the amount of effort ive put into this post reflects the amount of effort ive put into my research before asking this question
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CyrilCranningtedge.xlt - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 16:43:01 EST ID:MBIV0V9j No.122166 Ignore Report Reply
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Thank me later OP.
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NigelCrirryhood.gif - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 15:01:13 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122167 Ignore Report Reply
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>>122166
Nooooooooooooooo lol
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ElizaBardstone.tga - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 02:17:00 EST ID:tBPxJOgX No.122168 Ignore Report Reply
>>122166
got that mouse as a gift, lasted less than a year. back to my decade+ G5.


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