As great as FiOS is (and no, this isn’t running on it), one of the major flaws is that Verizon has acted like IPv6 doesn’t exist. For such a “next-gen” fiber-optic network, the only thing we’ve gotten from VZ is talks of it “coming soon”. But after 6 years, soon still hasn’t come. It looks like if I want IPv6 support on my network, I’m going to have to tunnel it. So why not just set something up to make IPv6 available on my network like it was native, but it’s all running through a tunnel.
That’s just what I did, and in a long roundabout way; here’s how it’s done.
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Wow…that a trip; and I don’t mean that in a good way. It took me the better part of three weeks to get the music “set up” on my phone and finding an appropiate player. But why so long? Do I have that much music? I’ll go over all of that.
Continue reading “3 Weeks Later: Meet The New Portable Music Player”
This is going to be a continually updated list of music/media players I’ve tried for Android, along with my successes, failures, and opinions of the application. My only main requirement that I cannot flex on is that it must support Ogg Opus. It is, for this reason, many of you may find your favorite “best media player ever” got a pretty negative review.
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