Comcast remote control not working? Perform the following steps

Comcast remote control not working? Perform the following steps

Having trouble with your Comcast remote control? Learn some tips for solving the Comcast remote control not working problem.

Your Comcast remote control automatically works with your Comcast TV set-top box. You must program your remote to work with your particular TV. If you need help programming your remote, refer to the instructions that came with it, or learn how to program your Comcast remote using our online tool.

This can be a very serious problem, as you won’t be able to operate your TV without a properly working remote. If you are looking for a solution to this problem, you have come to the right place. I will cover the causes and some common solutions to solve this problem. read more

Fixed: Wi-Fi network restarts when the Google Pixel 2 is connected

Wi-Fi network restarts when the Google Pixel 2 is connected

When you have a high-end smartphone like the #Google #Pixel, being able to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi is important. But there always comes a time when the phone fails to perform the most basic function it normally does when trying to connect to the web. In fact, we’ve received many complaints from our readers about the sudden inability to connect their device to their home Wi-Fi network.

In this post, we take a look at this issue that has been reported to us. Read on to learn more about these issues and how to troubleshoot your device if you encounter any of these issues in the future. Below is a list of issues that I have reviewed here. read more

How do I fix an Xbox app that doesn’t get sound from the microphone in Windows 10

Xbox app that doesn't get sound from the microphone

The dedicated Xbox app for Windows 10 was designed as a universal cross-platform gaming hub. However, the site hasn’t done much better at getting the handy parties and streamers that are currently developed.

One of the many difficulties is voice-over IP class participation, mainly because the user can’t access a microphone that works in someone’s Xbox app. We have many solutions to this problem. See below.

Why isn’t the Xbox app in Windows 10 accepting sound from the microphone

Why isn't the Xbox app in Windows 10 accepting sound from the microphone

Connecting a headset via USB: It turns out that this problem is quite common with dual connectivity, where the microphone can be connected via both the 3-mm jack and USB. If this scenario applies, the problem can be solved by connecting the device via the 3mm jack instead of USB. read more