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This is effectively impossible for several reasons. First and foremost is the fact that your mobile phone processor and laptop processor have almost nothing in common. They are completely different architectures and are not code compatible. Any code you want to run on one will not be able to run the other without a lot of work. The assumption that your ...


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Remove the existing SCSI hard drive and add a IDE one.


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I just checked with my support department at PureVPN and they told me that Android OS has a limitation that it cannot make a VPN hotspot. Sorry :(


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I successfully created adhoc network of three devices with following commands. One device is android phone and other two are laptops. on machine 1 (Android): ifconfig wlan0 down iw wlan0 set type ibss ifconfig wlan0 10.0.0.11 up iw wlan0 ibss join MY-SSID 2412 iw wlan0 info iw wlan0 link on machine 2 (Linux): ifconfig wlan0 down iw wlan0 set type ibss ...


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You could put your files on a flash drive and then disconnect it from host and connect it to the guest android OS.


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I can explain part of it: find . is used to list all files and directories in the current path (that is the dot). Find is not told to do anything with the results, but the default behaviour on most find implementations is to print them to std out. Proper coding would have used a find /path/to/pictures -ls or -print0. The last is useful when there are non ...


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Yes, you can do this by going to the iOS device's Settings, then to Phone and tap on Call Forwarding, turn that on and input the number you want to forward calls to from your iOS device.



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