Friday, July 6, 2012

Types of warranty

Types of warranty

There are a few types of warranties, with some manufacturers giving their warranty a unique name (e.g. Optoma Hot Swap, Sony Prime Support). Below are the most common types you will find.

    Return to Base (or RTB)
    This is the most basic of warranties. It basically means that should a fault develop within the warranty period, you will have to send the product back to a service centre where it will be repaired before being sent back to you.
    Depending on the work load at the time repairs can take anything between one and 3 weeks. Sometimes repairs can be delayed for longer if a needed part isn't available.
    If the product you are buying is going to used very often and you can't be without it for long periods of time, we recommend you buy one with a better warranty.

    On Site
    As the name suggests, an on site warranty means an engineer will come to your premises and attempt to repair your product. If a repair cannot be done on site, the engineer will swap your product with a replacement one for you to keep.
    Please note that the replacement product will probably not be a new one but one of equivalent age and condition as yours. They usually are refurbished units.

    Swap Out
    A swap out warranty means that if your product becomes faulty, the manufacturer will send you a replacement one and collect the faulty product. This is usually done on a next day basis although there can be delays if a replacement product isn't immediately available.
    Please note that the replacement product will probably not be a new one but one of equivalent age and condition as yours. They usually are refurbished units.

    De-Install / Re-Install
    This is a fairly new type of warranty offered on projectors.
    If your projector becomes faulty, the manufacturer will send an engineer to take it off its ceiling mount and then re-install it for you once fixed (or provide a replacement there and then so you are not without a projector). This is particularly important for businesses and schools who don't have to employ someone else to take the projector down.
    Note that the engineer will only de-install and re-install projectors in "standard" rooms (e.g classroom, office); projectors installed high up, in school halls for example, will need to be de-installed by the customer or a contractor.

Friday, February 3, 2012

How To Unlock iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS On iOS 5.0.1 GPS Issue

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If your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS running on one of the basebands mentioned above, then continue reading.
How To Unlock iPhone 4 / 3GS On iOS 5.0.1 With Ultrasn0w 1.2.5

STEP 1: You’ll need to jailbreak your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS running iOS 5.0.1 using Redns0w with our guide posted here.

STEP 2: Once jailbroken, head to Cydia -> Manage -> Sources.

STEP 3: Now tap on Edit -> Add then write down the following repo: http://repo666.ultrasn0w.com.

STEP 4: After adding the repo, search in Cydia for Ultrans0w and you’ll tap on it then hit install on the top right of screen.

After a respring and tethered boot, you’ll get your iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS unlocked.

Let us know in case you need any help.