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Golden Rule #1 As soon as an SD card starts to play up - bin it. They're not worth the effort once they error. I go through literally hundreds of them for work. Low write count, high read count. If they error once, they will error again. Quality control on them is, let's say… variable. Some of them have a controller chip that will permanently lock ...


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c.whatsapp.net - WhatsApp Sever which is used for connection. WhatsApp connects first then logs in then reading/writing data will be done. So blocking this stops at the initial stage. Might help some. Details of other WA servers


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I see what you mean now. See here: Turns out that Android Studio is now portable - like Eclipse. In other words, there is no installing, you just get the zip file, which contains everything you need, such as the executables that run Android Studio. You'll need to store this folder somewhere relevant and create a shortcut to the studio(64).exe file to run ...


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Maybe. The problem with computer security is that you can never be sure if something is secure. You can only tell when something is known to be insecure. When we say that something computer-related is secure, we mean that no security problems are known. (And of course everybody always says that their stuff is secure. It's not always true.) Here are some ...


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With the correct settings, OpenVPN will provide a remote device with a "local" IP address, and you can use that address to access the device. I currently use this to RDP from my android device to other devices on the network, though the device is accessible in the other direction, and will regularly use it to provide remote assistance to devices that have ...


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I just found the issue and came back here to explain, My Dlink dwl g650 adapter is 802.11 b/g only, and my router is b/g/n by default. My android phone and iOS are b/g/n too so the connection to the router is made by default with n mode. If i force the router to use b/g only mode, it works as I want it to I can capture the iOS/android traffic. Issue ...


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Yes, it is possible. Here is a guide on doing so. Basically you need mount the system partition and install a SSH server, and you can remotely access your phone through that. Note that your phone has to be rooted prior to doing this. Also know that Android has minimal command-line tools installed because it isn't designed to be accessed through SSH or ...


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There are a couple of better options if you are looking for a Linux box to learn and experiment. Buy a USB drive (like $5) and load it with a liveDVD version of Linux like Mint. or Buy a Raspberry Pi, only $35 and it IS a linux box that runs a version of Debian called Raspberian. If you are wanting to develop for Android. You can do that with either of ...


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You can, but you will be facing many problems and you will be not productive at all (see Adam answer). You actually may have to spend more time on struggling with "Android BOX for programming" than on programming itself. I think you can forget sudo apt-get anything on Android. I would suggest to use Raspberry Pi for that purpose. You can install almost ...


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Yes infected android phones and tablets can infect the windows operating system. The below link talks about an older type of malware that does exactly that. When installed, the apps ask for a group of permissions from sending SMS to enable the WiFi network, handle the owner personal data including SMS, photos, contacts, GPS coordinates and also any ...



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