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Samsung Galaxy S™ II Android Jelly Bean Update Instructions This software update provided by Samsung will update your Samsung Galaxy S II from Android Gingerbread to Android Jelly Bean. This software will update your Samsung Galaxy S II to Android 4.1.2 software version GB28. This Update is only valid for the nTelos Wireless Samsung Galaxy S II; it is incompatible with all other models. Please follow the instructions below to download and install the Update Tool using your Windows PC. Requirements for Using the Update Tool Computer • Desktop/Laptop computer running either Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, or XP o Currently, there is no support for Apple computers • All firewall & anti-virus programs should be disabled • Administrative privileges required to download & install software including drivers • An available USB port on the PC that supports 2.0 USB Phone • Fully charged battery Other • USB data cable (included in Retail Box) Note: this is the same cable used to charge your device. • Samsung USB driver for Android mobile devices. • Available USB Port. o Direct connection of the USB cable to the computer’s USB port is strongly advised. The use of a USB hub or docking station is NOT recommended. • Your PC must be connected to a live internet connection to download the Simple Update Tool o The Simple Update Tool is approximately 500MB in size.
The customer is ultimately responsible for all design and material suitability decisions. Data contained herein is not to be construed as absolute and does not constitute a representation or warranty for which CoorsTek assumes legal responsibility. ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION FOR WHICH COORSTEK IS RESPONSIBLE SHALL BE SUBJECT TO A SEPARATELY NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT. CoorsTek & Amazing Solutions are registered trademarks of CoorsTek, Inc. OpX is a servicemark of CoorsTek, Inc. Oklahoma Operations 7700 South Bryant Street Oklahoma City, OK 73149 USA 800.572.5791 toll free 405.601.4371 tel 405.208.4510 fax Texas Operations 3565 West 16th Street Odessa, TX 79763 USA 800.791.0052 toll free 915.381.0052 tel 915.381.9426 fax email@example.com www.coorstek.com © 2007 CoorsTek I0701 8510-1174 Rev. B
Turtle Beach Free Upgrade Offer Buy an Xbox 360® Headset Now, Jump Ahead to Xbox One™ Later Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): Q. I bought an XP7, XP510, XP400, or X42 before November 22, 2013 but would still like to get the Xbox One audio adapter. Can I get one? A. No. This offer is limited to purchases of the XP7, XP510, XP400, or X42 between November 22, 2013 and January 31, 2014. Q. Can I order an Xbox One audio adapter now? If not, when? A. No, the adapter is not available as a standalone product. The audio adapter is made by Microsoft and provided to Turtle Beach. Microsoft decides how and when the adapter can be sold, and so far Microsoft is only allowing companies to include it in a bundle with a new headset. Any questions about standalone adapters should be directed to Microsoft. Q. Can I take a picture of my UPC and upload it instead of mailing it in? A. No. The physical UPC is required. Q. I cannot locate the UPC from my XP7, XP510, XP400, or X42 package bought between November 22, 2013 and January 31, 2014. Can I still get the free Xbox One audio adapter? A. No. All claims must include the UPC of the package of either the XP7, XP510, XP400, or X42. Q. I am not sure how to find the UPC of the package. A. The UPC can be found on either the lower back or bottom of the package and looks like the image seen just below. It has a barcode with 12 numbers under the barcode.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Fits: 2007-2012 GMC Acadia & Acadia Denali Kit Includes: (1) Wiring Harness with 4-Flat Connector (1) 48” 4-Flat Extension (20) 15” Cable Tie (1) 4-Flat Bracket (2) Adhesive Cable Tie Pad (3) #8 Self-Tapping Ground Screw Figure 2 9. Cut cable ties on 4-Flat portion of the RV harness and route down behind the taillight opening. 10. Mount a cable tie pad to inside of driver’s side rear bumper in an area that’s above the exhaust shown in Figure 3. Secure 4-Flat to cable tie pad with cable tie. Caution: Make sure to avoid areas that contain moving parts or could cut, pinch or burn the wires when routing the 4-flat harness towards the front of the vehicle. Also avoid routing harness near the fuel lines as it may cause the fuel to ignite. Failure to follow these warnings may cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life. RV TOW HARNESS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read instructions thoroughly before beginning. 2. Open the rear tailgate. Using a flat screwdriver remove the plastic caps that cover the screws that hold both taillight assemblies to vehicle. Using a 7mm socket remove the two screws that hold the taillights to vehicle. Gently pull taillight away from the vehicle and locate vehicle’s factory wiring harness connectors. Separate connectors from both sides and set aside shown in Figure 1. Inspect connectors for dirt and debris and clean if necessary. Figure 1 3. Starting on driver’s side position the RV harness with connectors containing Yellow wires between separated vehicle harness connectors. Press connectors firmly into vehicle connectors until they lock into place. Pull on connectors to ensure the locks are engaged. 4. Locate a clean and accessible mounting location on the vehicle near the RV harness ends within reach of white wire and ring terminal. Remove any debris or undercoating to expose a clean metal surface and drill a 3/32” hole. *Caution: Take care not to drill through the body or any exposed surface.* 5. Attach ring terminal on the White wire using the ground screw provided. 6. Route the remaining portion of the RV harness with connector ends containing the Green wire down through opening behind taillight. 7. Route a fish tape through bumper starting on passenger side over to driver side shown in Figure 2. Secure T-Connector ends containing Green wire to fish tape and pull to Passenger side through frame rail. 8. Using the fish tape route the portion of harness with T-Connector ends containing Green wire up through passenger side opening. Once T-Connector ends are routed into the taillight cavity repeat Step 3 for plugging.
Common Occurrences within the systems Issue: User goes to the URL and the logon screen never displays. Possible Cause: Microsoft VM and Java(Sun) both checked Solution: o Check to see if both Microsoft VM and Java(Sun) are loaded onto the machine. If yes, if both are enabled – disable one and then try to access the system again. o To check this – Open Internet Explorer -> Click on Tools -> Click on Internet Options -> Select the Advanced Tab -> Scroll down to section shown below and make sure that ONLY one either Java(Sun) or Microsoft VM is enabled. Important Note! -- If the PC has the Windows 7 Operating System, you may not see Java(Sun) in this location. In order to determine Java(Sun) version you can go to Control Panel \Programs and Features. If the Operating System is Windows 7 and the user has Microsoft VM on the machine, it should be disabled and then the most current version of Java installed. Issue: When the user logs into the site, they receive a message that contains the words, “Data Execution Prevention” OR “DEP” – Internet Explorer displays a message indicating that it is closing in order to protect the computer and then Internet Explorer shuts down. OR you may receive an error message similar to this.
A-1 Construction, Brad Tucker Owner Saturday, August 10, 10:00 am 2310 Industrial Parkway, Dyersville, Iowa Directions: Approx. ½ mile West of Dyersville on Hwy. 20, turn South on 330 Ave, go short distance & turn right on Industrial Parkway(watch for signs) www.harrylahrauctions.com for more pictures th Pick up, trailers, lifts, tractor: -2004 Mustang 634 Tele-Handler, 1467 hrs, cab, 34’ height, 6000lb lift, can be 2 or 4 wheel drive or “crab steer”, very well maintained( serial# 634JVO670109) -2005 Ford F-350 XL Super Duty Pick Up, FX 4 package, Power Stroke V-8, auto, 43,140 original miles, bed liner, dark green, cloth interior, great condition -(2) 2002 JLG 400S boom lifts, 8’ basket, diesel, 4wd, both well maintained, one has 225 welder and hook ups-approx. 2700 hrs on each- ready to work -2007 John Deere Utility Tractor w/ 300 loader, front wheel assist, 32hp diesel, roll bar, good rubber, 135 hrs, loader is quick release, 3 pt., great condition -30’ Gooseneck flatbed trailer w/ beaver tail & ramps, 8’6’’w, 10,000lb axles -14’ heavy duty car trailer, 7500lb axles, ramps Car: -1969 Chevy Corvair, 77,500 mi., 6 cyl., auto on dash, runs good, good interior, body is straight, some surface rust Lift platform, machinery: -14’x 6’ platform lift basket, can be used length or width way, tool baskets, plywood sides -8’wide bucket, 2 yards, like brand new -6’ wide King Kutter rear mower -6’ wide King Kutter 3pt blade SPECIAL MENTION: -KWM “Iron Man” seemless gutter machine, 5” gutter, 3 yrs. old, 2 spools, LIKE NEW Tools, welder, laser levels: -DeWalt 12” compound miter saw w/ sliding saw stand, like new -(2) DeWalt laser levels, like new -DeWalt tripod for laser level -DeWalt 10” compound miter saw -(2) DeWalt 18v cordless drills-BRAND NEW -Selection of cordless DeWalt tools including; sawzall, work lights, circular saws, grinders, drills, impact -DeWalt 4 1/2” angle grinder -Paslode cordless impulse framing nailer -Paslode pneumatic finish nailer -(2) Paslode pneumatic framing nailers -Lincoln electric portable wire welder, 110v w/ wood case -Craftsman 150psi upright air compressor, 2hp, 26 gal., like new -Craftsman 6’ bench grinder w/ light -Craftsman wrench sets...
Power Hand Tool Safety - Die Grinder Use Within the past three months, three 1.5” Die Grinders were found with improper implements (attachments) installed. Two were Dewalt Model # DW887 grinders and one was a Black & Decker Model # 4287. The first was found to have a wire brush wheel (Max RPM 22,000) and the other two had grinding/cut off wheels installed (Max RPM 10,000). M:\adsafety\Safety\Toolbox\GrindingTools.doc Power Hand Tool Safety - Die Grinder Use (Continued) All three Die Grinders were rated at an operating speed of 25,000 RPM That means the attachments were being used at as much as 2½ times their rated speed (RPM). Obviously that invites a serious accident. Anything with a ¼” shank (including a drill bit) can be installed in a ¼” collet, but that does not mean it is safe to do so. M:\adsafety\Safety\Toolbox\GrindingTools.doc Power Hand Tool Safety - Die Grinder Use (Continued) Die Grinders are designed to do fine, high speed, grinding/polishing of die, molds and other hard to reach areas. They offer No Guarding of the spinning attachment so if you use the wrong attachment; you are subject to injury from: 1. Deep penetrating fine wires (brush wheels) 2. Flying debris – sometimes with enough mass and speed to penetrate skin, arteries, and organs. 3. Lacerations from unprotected grinder/cut off wheels (which can lop off your finger before you can say “ouch!”) And that’s if you’re wearing gloves & goggles! Statistics say that almost 50% of all grinder related injuries in the workplace are caused by human error. Let’s not advance that statistic to over 50% here at Jlab! March 7th, 2007 M:\adsafety\Safety\Toolbox\GrindingTools.doc ESH&Q Ned Walker X6638
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