I suffered from low ringtones even after sorting out settings and turning up the volume so I hope this can help others if they have the same problem.
Moto G 2nd... Continue ReadingGen had the same problem and it's running ok for now......
You are going to need to plug your phone into a computer and on AUTO PLAY click "OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES".
1) Go to Media folder > Audio > Ringtones
2) Copy all ringtones and go back 3 tabs to the main storage page of your phone
3) Open Ringtones folder and paste your ringtones
4) Close the window, unplug your phone and cross your fingers it has solved your problem.
Worked for me so I hope this helps others.
Hack Attack on Slack:
Anne Toth, VP of Policy & Compliance Strategy for Slack wrote in a blog post today that the company has confirmed "that there was unauthorized access to... Continue Readinga Slack database storing user profile information."
She also shared the following specific information about the intrusion:
"Slack maintains a central user database which includes user names, email addresses, and one-way encrypted (“hashed”) passwords. In addition, this database contains information that users may have optionally added to their profiles such as phone number and Skype ID.
"Information contained in this user database was accessible to the hackers during this incident.
"We have no indication that the hackers were able to decrypt stored passwords, as Slack uses a one-way encryption technique called hashing.
"Slack’s hashing function is bcrypt with a randomly generated salt per-password which makes it computationally infeasible that your password could be recreated from the hashed form.
"Our investigation, which remains ongoing, has revealed that this unauthorized access took place during a period of approximately 4 days in February. As soon as the evidence was uncovered, we started communication with the affected teams. The announcement was made as soon as we could confirm the details and as fast as we could type.
"No financial or payment information was accessed or compromised in this attack."
Cyberjunk! We need a law to force device manufacturers to either provide updates in a timely manner for as long as users want to use their devices or to... Continue Readingpublish source code and documentation of the flashing process so that users can take maintenance of their devices in their own hands. Google does it well with its Nexus line.