How to Force Enable Flash for Photos on iPhone 11

iPhone 11 photos with forced flash

On iPhone 11 the camera app has a different design compared to such on iPhone 8, 7 and some other models. I often saw users to look for a compulsory “flash on” mode but they didn’t find it in the place. I mean, it is possible to force off, but it is impossible to force turn on. The icon indicates that the flash is on, but to the surprise of the user, it does not light up when taking picture. Here is how to force enable the flash in the native camera app on iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.

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How to Get Rid of Annoying High Frequency Noise of AORUS Motherboards

If you are an owner of Gigabyte AORUS motherboard you probably should have faced the annoying high frequency noise. I was unpleasantly surprised at this noise when I purchased Z390 AORUS Pro mainboard but suddenly figured out how to get rid of it. In this guide you will find my tips on how to get rid of high-pitched noise produced by electronic components or at least make it much quieter. Presumably, the following steps should work fine on Z390 AORUS Pro Wi-Fi, Z390 AORUS Master and similar motherboard models. Keep reading.

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How to Hide Your Phone Number in Telegram (Disappear from Anyone’s Contacts)

not on Telegram yet

In this article we will explain how Telegram works in terms of privacy and how this concerns the phone number visibility in particular. You will learn how to hide your cell phone number in Telegram so that nobody will be able to see you in the list of contacts (everything will look as if you don’t have Telegram on your phone number). First of all, I created this guide for myself because I don’t want all people who has my phone number to receive the notification “Adam Swift joined Telegram!” as soon as I install the app.

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How to Remove a Phone from Trusted Devices in Google Account Settings

Google 2-Step Verification Check Your Device

Sooner or later Google app will suggest you to use your device to accept and decline the access to your Google Account. If you agree, you will receive log in requests on this device when you sign in to your account on a new piece of hardware. You will see the “Unlock your Pixel” or “Unlock your Galaxy S10” prompt on a new device, then you are to take your trusted device in hands and tap Yes to confirm that it is really you trying to log in to your Google account (Gmail, YouTube, Google Photos, or whatever from Google ecosystem). But in some cases you may want to exclude a particular phone or tablet from the list of trusted devices. Continue reading