How To Find The Comcast Remote Code after Auto Programming

The easiest way to program your Comcast remote to your TV or other electronic devices is by using the auto-programming method. Sometimes this can be a tedious process and requires some patience, but most of the time it works just fine and has you up and running in no time. But what was the code that worked? This tutorial will teach you how to find the Comcast remote code that was discovered during the auto-program method.

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How To Install Unidentified Developer Apps

So, you’ve probably found an awesome app that you want to install on your Mac. But when you try to run it,  you get a message box that pops up saying “can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.” This is a pretty common issue to run into. Fortunately it’s very easy to fix.

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Use Plex To Stream Movies to Roku

Roku has a lot of great features right out of the box, but being able to stream movies from your home network is not one of them. Fortunately there is a free solution for this. With a little help from Plex Media Server and a little bit of your time, you can easily setup a home media server that will stream movies to your Roku box and other devices on your home network.

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Install FontForge on Mac OS X

I was prompted to write this tutorial after being contacted by a reader who had a question. Upon initial searching, I found that there are a bunch of articles and sites you have to wade through in order to install and run FontForge on Mac OS X. So I decided to figure out how to do it the simplest way.

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How To Get OneNote for Mac OS X

For the longest time users have been waiting for OneNote for Mac OS X. There are numerous alternatives out there, free and paid versions, and for the most part they work just fine. But….OneNote they are not. Recently Microsoft has finally made OneNote for Mac available! Happy happy, joy joy! 

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Set The Volume Lock on a Comcast Remote

The volume lock on your Comcast remote is a convenient feature to have because it makes adjusting the volume much easier and a lot less confusing. Typically you would have separate volumes for all your devices, such as TV, Cable box and maybe an audio amplifier. The volume lock forces the Comcast remote to always send the code for the device of your choosing. You’ve probably experienced this if you’ve ever tried to turn the volume up but doesn’t seem to get very loud, even at full volume. Then you find out that the volume on your Cable box has been turned all the way down. So you hit the cable button, turn the volume up only to realize that the TV volume is still at full blast….sound familiar? The volume lock on your Comcast remote puts a stop to all of that

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