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Tuesday, February 01, 2011

How to Unlock Bell's 2wire 2701HG-G Modem

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How to Unlock Bell's 2wire 2701HG-G Modem


WARNING ! Any flashing may brick your device. All next actions will be at your own risk.

1. Prepare a new firmware for your device
Direct Download link for 2wire_reinstall_voice_5.29.117.3.2sp File size:10.45 MB
File name: 2wire_reinstall_voice_5.29.117.3.2sp File size:10.45 MB



2. We have to Power On our modem and connect it to a computer by Ethernet ( flashing will be proceed directly from computer )

3. Wait while Power LED on the modem front side stop blinking and become stong green and while your computer get an IP from router .

4. Open your browser and write in address bar : http://gateway.2wire.net/tech/upgrade.html
It will redirect you to the internal tech site . Press Continue




5. Choose the firmware that you downloaded before and press Upgrade Now




And wait while the site told you that upgrade was successful . ( when I was flashing my modem I have to refresh this page , maybe you won't need it )

6. After flashing the device i advise to unplug the modem , wait 10-15 seconds and plug in for resetting settings .

Last but not least parts .

7. Go to your modem internal site http://gateway.2wire.net
Click on Diagnostic -> Advanced Settings (main page will differs from Bell's a little bit)

Your DSL settings must look like mine (thx to Fergless for the assistance with right settings )

8. Click Save. Connect DSL to your modem and wait while Internet LED comes Solid Green . If everything was fine , you will see it in 2-3 minutes.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

swf extractor

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Wednesday, September 01, 2010

jQuery Flash Plugin

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A jQuery plugin for embedding Flash movies.

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  1. Features


    1. Simple, but powerful.

      Specify what you need, and nothing more -- sensible defaults take care of the rest.

      $('#hello').flash({
          src: 'hello.swf',
          width: 320,
          height: 240
      });
      Perform sophisticated replacements by passing a custom callback.

      $('.custom').flash(null, null, function(htmlOptions){
          // do stuff
      });
      Overwrite the defaults to always to meet your needs.

      $.fn.flash.replace = function(htmlOptions) {
          // always do stuff
      };

    2. Flash Detection, Express Install and more.

      Detect specific major, minor and revision versions of the Flash plugin.

      $('#hello').flash(
          { src: 'hello.swf' }, 
          { version: '6.0.65' }
      );
      Use Express Install, or show an update message if Flash isn't installed.

      $('#hello').flash(
          { src: 'hello.swf' }, 
          { expressInstall: true }
      );
      Or, degrade silently and gracefully.

      $('#hello').flash(
          { src: 'hello.swf' }, 
          { update: false }
      );
      Bypass Flash detection, just in case.

      <a href="page.html?hasFlash=true">I have Flash!</a>

    3. Accessible and Unobtrusive.

      Pages are progressively enhanced when Flash and Javascript are available, and fallback to plain (X)HTML when they're not — like search-engines, pdas or mobile phones. Replacements can happen as soon as the dom is ready. (X)HTML, CSS and Javascript stay where they belong — away from one another — making it easy to remove, update or swap out down the road.

      $(document).ready(function(){
          $('#hello').flash({
              src: 'hello.swf'
          });
      });

    4. Native and light-weight.

      Inspired by tools like SWFObject, UFO and sIFR, but written line-by-line for jQuery — no other scripts required. Less redundancy (jQuery and sIFR both find elements by css selectors and do browser detection, sIFR and SWFObject both do Flash detection) means smaller filesize and faster loading.

  2. Examples


  3. FAQ

    Which browsers are supported?
    Internet Explorer 5.5/6.0/7.0
    FireFox 1.5/2.0
    Safari 2.0
    Opera 9.0
    Why isn't ActiveX control activation in Internet Explorer working?
    The packed version of jQuery breaks ActiveX control activation, see: known issues.

  4. Known Issues

    Problem:
    Using the packed version of jQuery breaks ActiveX control activation in Internet Explorer. To avoid manual activation, Flash movies (and other ActiveX controls) must be inserted by an external script. The packed version of jQuery is a string, which the browser unpacks using eval(). Internet Explorer doesn't think the jQuery object (unpacked in the eval) is “external”, which breaks the workaround. If anyone knows of a /packer/-compatible solution, I'm all ears! See: jQuery/Packer/ActiveX Bug for more info.
    Workaround:
    Use JSMin to minify jQuery. Apply a simple patch to the uncompressed version of jQuery and then pack it. Use the minified version of jQuery instead of the packed version.
    Problem:
    When using the imagebox plugin on the same page as a swf embeded with jQuery.flash, the swf disappears when the imagebox opens, and doesn't reappear when the imagebox is closed. I haven't had time to test it myself.
    Workaround:
    None
    Problem:
    Embed tag attributes are converted to lower case, which seems to be a problem with jQuery's DOM insertion methods (i.e. .html(), .prepend(), etc.)
    Workaround:
    Write a custom replace method that uses innerHTML instead of .prepend()

  5. Version History

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Download Flash Player 10.1.82.76 (Non-IE) Flash Player 10.1.82.76 (Non-IE)

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Flash Player 10.1.82.76 (Non-IE)

Adobe Systems Inc - 2.66MB (Freeware)

Adobe Flash Player is the high performance, lightweight, highly expressive client runtime that delivers powerful and consistent user experiences across major operating systems, browsers, mobile phones and devices.

Installed on over 750 million Internet-connected desktops and mobile devices, Flash Player enables organizations and individuals to build and deliver great digital experiences to their end users.

  • Immersive experiences with Flash video, content and applications with full-screen mode.
  • Low-bandwidth, high-quality video with advanced compression technology.
  • High-fidelity text using the advanced text rendering engine.
  • Real-time dynamic effects with filters for Blur, DropShadow, Glow, Bevel, Gradient Glow, Gradient Bevel, Displacement Map, Convolution, and Color Matrix.
  • Innovative media compositions with 8-bit video alpha channels.
  • Blend modes, radial gradient, and stroke enhancements.
  • Additional image formats: GIF, Progressive JPEG, and PNG.

This download is the standalone installer for Firefox, Opera and other Gecko-based browsers.

Old versions of the Flash player can be downloaded from Adobe at http://www.adobe.com/go/tn_14266