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How to set up Sonos

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Home Entertainment, Music, Videos

Check out how ridiculously simple it is to set up a Sonos component, in this case, the Sonos Play:1 wireless speaker.

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How to set up the Sonos Play:1 wireless speaker

In this video I show you how to set up the Sonos Play:1 wireless speaker. We unboxed the Sonos Play:1 in our last episode, and setting it up after taking it out of the box is simple when using the free Sonos app for your smartphone or tablet.

As we covered previously, Sonos connects to your wired or wireless Wi-Fi network, allowing Sonos components to talk to each other in different rooms. It's a fantastic system, and thanks to the free Sonos app, it is simple to control. Watch as we set it up in this episode.

You can get the Sonos Play:1 now!

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Bleeding Edge TV 537: How to take Apple Watch screenshots

In this episode, Andru Edwards brings you a quick look at how to take screenshots with the Apple Watch. It doesn't take much - just press both hardware buttons on the right side of the Apple Watch simultaneously, and you'll see the familiar camera flash take over the display, along with the shutter sound effect. But then - how do you find them afterwards? We show you how to get to your Apple Watch screenshots as well!

You can pick up the Apple Watch now from the Apple Store online.

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Bleeding Edge TV 536: How to reboot the Apple Watch

In this episode, we show you how easy it is to reboot your Apple Watch. Depending on which buttons you press, you are able to turn off the Apple Watch, put it in a low power mode, or lock it with a passcode. Rebooting requires an extra button, and we show you how it all works.

You can pick up the Apple Watch now from the Apple Store online.

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Bleeding Edge TV 535: How to swap Apple Watch bands

Apple offers a variety of watch bands for the Apple Watch, all with varying price points and fashion cues. That being the case, it wouldn't be out of the ordinary for someone to own more than one Apple Watch band, in order to switch up colors and materials to fit a certain look or occasion. In this episode, I show you how to change the Apple Watch bands quickly and easily - Apple has literally made it a snap. Here are the various Apple Watch bands that you can buy:

You can pick up the Apple Watch now from the Apple Store online.

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Bleeding Edge TV 534: How to change & customize watch faces on the Apple watch

When Apple launched the Apple Watch, it shipped with 10 distinct watch faces that you can choose from. Even better, many of the Apple Watch faces also feature varying levels of customization, allowing you to add complications like the date, calendar appointments, fitness data, and more. In this episode, I show you how to change the watch face on your Apple Watch, as well as customize the faces to your specific liking!

You can pick up the Apple Watch now from the Apple Store online.

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Bleeding Edge TV 533: How to use Apple Pay on the Apple watch


Using Apple Pay on the Apple Watch is easy, and in this episode I give you a look at how it's done. First, I show you how to use the Apple Watch iPhone app to set up Apple Pay, which is where you input all of your credit and debit cards. Then, I show you how easy it is to put your Apple Watch into Apple Pay mode with two simple taps.

You can pick up the Apple Watch now from the Apple Store online.

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Bleeding Edge TV 518: How to set up TiVo Mini

Before setting up the TiVo Mini, you should know what the prerequisites are for using the device. In this episode, Amazon Gadgets VJ Andru Edwards walks you through the tips you need to know about when setting up the TiVo Mini for streaming your recordings in multiple rooms of your home. TiVo Mini requires the use of a dedicated tuner on your DVR to stream live TV. You can pick up the TiVo Mini now on Amazon.

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How to set up Handoff in OS X Yosemite & iOS 8

Yosemite ios 8 handoff setup

With plenty of people now running both iOS 8 beta and OS X Yosemite Developer Preview in order to kick the tires on Apple's upcoming operating systems, we're hearing that a lot of people are confused as to how to get the cool Handoff feature working. Handoff, announced during the WWDC 2014 keynote, is what allows the two operating systems talk to each other and pass app information back and forth seamlessly. Here's how you do it:

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How to fix Final Cut Pro & iMovie in OS X Yosemite

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Features, Software

Final Cut Pro X Yosemite fix

Yesterday, Apple released the first OS X Yosemite Developer Preview following its WWDC 2014 keynote, allowing beta testers early access to its next big desktop operating system update. While many appreciate the new, overhauled appearance of the OS, many forgot that this was beta software they were installing, and that all bets were off as far as bugs and other issues went. One of the big ones if you edit videos is that both Final Cut Pro X and iMovie won't launch by default in the initial Yosemite Developer Preview. We were able to find a way around this:

  1. Head to your Applications folder in Finder
  2. Right-click the Final Cut Pro or iMovie app icon
  3. Select "Show Package Contents"
  4. Go into the Contents folder
  5. Go into the  MacOS folder
  6. Double-click on the app icon (either Final Cur Pro or iMovie)

This will launch the Terminal app first, and then should launch the video editor after a few Terminal commands go through. It's not a perfect solution, but it's one that we've found will work for now, at least until Yosemite Developer Preview 2 is released in what we guess will be a couple of weeks.


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