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Does anyone knows why there is been that issue with the black screen and spinning wheel? And a easy way around it?

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

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Brian

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

Cheers

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

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In home screen swipe up control panel check padlock turn off remove arrow.

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Update:

 

The problem turned out to be a third-party USB-lightning cable.  The Apple cables are too short and too fragile, so I was using a braided lightning cable from Amazon.  I disconnected the phone from the cable, hard-restarted using the Volume Up, Volume Down, then side button. 

 

Connected it to the iMac via an actual Apple cable, and it came back to life.


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The "Search the Web" browser modification is an adware variant. At least one of its distribution models uses the installer for the bittorrent client "Vuze". It installs an app and Launch Agent for "WebExplorer", and that's what causes the "Search the Web" browser redirect modification. It also maliciously alters Safari's Preferences and installs a Safari Extension so review yours also.

 

Read below the horizontal rule for eradication instructions, bearing in mind that your operating system is older than the one I used when I found it so some of it may not apply your your system. Using the latest operating systems that will run on your Apple hardware is the best software-based defense against the threat of malware.

 


I have scanned the machine using Malware Bytes and Sophos.  Neither found any threat.  They say I am clean.




 

Obviously they're wrong. I don't use those products but if they really use that terminology it's vague and devoid of meaning. Your Mac may be "clean" but clearly it's not working the way you require. At a minimum, get rid of "Sophos". It's 100% worthless and has been implicated in a variety of operational problems. Do not use non-Apple "anti-virus" products on Macs, "cleaners", "doctors", or "doctor cleaners". They are all garbage that will prevent a Mac from working properly.

 

You also installed a scam "cleaning" product. Those inappropriate actions will only exacerbate your existing troubles. Often, the only remedy is to erase the affected Mac, and in fact that's what I do with any Mac that has ever been affected by such things at any time in the past because it is not practicable to determine the extent to which those things damaged a Mac's files.

 


 

Installing the "Vuze" bittorrent client from its website (vuze dot com) will maliciously modify Safari's Preferences and install a bunch of junk including the "Search the Web" browser hijack extension you seek to eradicate.

 

  • Removing it is simple and does not require that you download or install anything else. You certainly don't have to purchase anything or pay anyone to get rid of it for you. To do that would just be encouraging those seeking to capitalize on the misery you find yourself in.

 

Follow the procedure described below. Please be advised it is applicable only in this particular instance and as of this writing, because the distributors of the Vuze installer can change it at any time.

 

It's always a good idea to back up your Mac prior to making any changes to its file system, even if everything about it were working perfectly well. To learn how to use Time Machine please read How to use Time Machine to back up or restore your Mac - Apple Support.

 

  • If you see a "magnifying glass" icon in your Mac's menu extra area resembling the screenshot below, select "Quit":

 

quit.png

 

    • Please note that its icon is somewhat grey and bears a different appearance from the Spotlight "magnifying glass" icon, which does not have the "About" and "Quit" options shown above.
    • If you do not see that icon, please write back for instructions on quitting the app using Activity Monitor.

 

  • Open Safari's Preferences... menu > Extensions, and uninstall the "Smart Search" Extension by clicking its Uninstall button. A dialog box will appear asking you to confirm that's what you want to do. Do that by clicking its Uninstall button. That troublesome Extension will be gone.
  • Click the General pane and review / reset your desired Home Page.
  • Click the Search pane and review / reset your desired Search engine.
  • Then: Return to the Finder and navigate to the following folder by selecting the entire line below and pasting it into the Finder's Go menu > Go To Folder... field:

 

~/Library/LaunchAgents/


A Finder window will open. In it, locate the following file and drag it to the Trash:


com.unionsoftwareonline.AppMonitor.plist

 

Repeat the Finder's Go > Go To Folder... with the following:

 

~/Library/Application Support

 

Locate the folder named "AppCommon" and drag it to the Trash.

 

    • Note: A Vuze folder will also be present in Application Support. If after reading this you decide you really don't want the Vuze bittorrent client either (good decision!) remember where it is so that you can get rid of it too.

 

  • (Optional) In the same manner as the above steps, locate the following files and drag them to the Trash:

 

/Library/Preferences/com.install4j.installations.plist

~/Library/Preferences/com.install4j.installations.plist

~/Library/Preferences/com.browserio.webexplorer.plist


  • Finally: Open your Mac's Applications folder by selecting the Finder's Go menu > Applications. Locate the app named "WebExplorer"and drag it to the Trash.
    • Applications is also where you will find the Vuze app, should you wish to discard it too.
    • There will be a hidden folder in Applications with the title install4j. It's probably more trouble than it's worth to delete it, but you can do that if you are motivated to do so and know how to reveal hidden files and folders.
  • (Optional) Empty the Trash.
  • Log out or restart your Mac.

 


 

Please take note that the "Search the Web" modification is an example of adware that you agreed to install on your Mac—despite the fact you may not have fully appreciated the consequences of doing so. If you had taken the time to read the dialog boxes and various "terms and conditions" that accompany its installation, you would have learned that it would install the "Search the Web" browser hijack that redirects your search queries to a customized Yahoo! Search field, most likely for the sole purpose of directing clickthrough revenue to whatever sleazebags are promoting its installation. This is the sole reason for adware's existence: to take money from you, one way or another. The first bulleted paragraph at the top of this post is applicable. Go back and read it again.

 

There is no one-size-fits-all magical cure-all to preventing or getting rid of such things, because a Mac still remains a more or less general purpose computing appliance yours to use or abuse as you see fit. The only effective defense against the threat of installing something that you don't want is to think before you click. Read the dialog boxes that accompany the software you're installing. Even when installing completely legitimate and beneficial software, it's your responsibility to know what it is, why you want it, and how to get rid of it if you decide you don't want it any more. For more on that subject please read Effective defenses against malware and other threats.


You need to update your phone mine was doing it until i updated it


You need to update your phone mine was doing it until i updated it



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Bgd_Gl wrote: "iPhone 7, iOS 11.1.2 (...) suddenly a black screen appears, but not like the screen isn't working at all but with a loading circle in the middle. (...) I didn't update yet to ios 11.2 - i've read there are a lot of issues."



The black screen with loading circle can be a symptom of a problem that's fixed by upgrading to iOS 11.2 or later:

 

If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch unexpectedly restarts

 

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Target Display Mode only works with iMacs. It does not work on MBPs. There are software s... 显示全部 »


Target Display Mode only works with iMacs. It does not work on MBPs. There are software solutions that use USB and a hardware solution that uses USB, but these are slow methods and not usable for a second screen except in short-term situations.


Thanks! I ended up resetting the phone and it fixed it!


Thanks! I ended up resetting the phone and it fixed it!

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Both my wife and I have used iPhones and iPads for years and have never used a screen protector and have never had an issue. Other people wouldn't be without one. So, your decision.

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Connecting a broken Mac to a working one as a second screen?

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Does anyone knows why there is been that issue with the black screen and spinning wheel? And a easy way around it?

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