Answer to "Screen flashing playing certain games online"Have you updated the version of android on the tablet / phone recently? Do you play games through the browser? Does it do the same thing when its playing videos? Could there be an application causing the problem (Look at running applications and see whats running when you have the problem)? There are a few dozen possibilities so more information is going to be required. In the meantime... A few possible fixes for typical screen flashing / dimming / blurring issues. Potential Fix one: Go to settings >> More Tab >> About device. Find "Build number" and click 6 times fast on it. You will then get the message saying: "You are now a developer" Come back to Home Screen, and then go back to Settings >> More Tab >> Now you will see the "Developer Options" Now go to Developer options >> Drawing Section or Rendering Section >> Find "Turn off hardware overlays" or "disable hardware overlays" >> This will force the phone / Tablet to always use GPU for screen compositing Potential Fix Two: Deselect Adaptive Brightness...
Answer to "iPhone 6 is draining battery on stand by mode more than usage"A few things you could try: (1) Look for apps that may be running in the background overnight. Some applications could be using data at night and thats a real battery drain. Some believe it or not use more data when you are not actively using the device. (2) Try battery re-calibration - http://www.appledystopia.com/how-to/calibrate-iphone-battery/ (3) It may be time to replace the battery. If the phone holds a charge all throughout the day but drains only at night, and this is new behavior, it may be time to replace the battery. There is a walk through available here for that, or you can find a local professional / friend to do the work for you.
Answer to "PS4 Blue light of death fix?"*UPDATED* Reball is an unnecessary option for most consoles. If you follow the online guides and such (for dealing with HDMI issues) with no luck it is most likely a connection failure in a corner of the APU, a connection failure on the Network co-processor, or a bad power supply. I say this because when we removed the APU on our early test units (and the co-processors as of recently) we used for our research we found that the solder balls in the grid on a few corners of these chips were cleanly detached and oxidized. You can see this for yourself if you ever reball or remove the chips from the board in general. With a sufficient amount of flux applied at 200 Degrees Celsius (which was very little flux by the by) to each corner and to the edges in between (a little flux really goes a long way) and reflow accomplished at around 225 to 230 celcius we managed to recover around 85% of these problematic units. Yes we waited to introduce the flux until the temp hit 200 because when introduced at that temperature...