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I realize this thread is a couple years old now, but in case anyone else comes across it: With windows 8.1 (not sure about windows 8), you don't need anything extra to play audio from an Android phone (not sure about iPhone), just pair the phone with the computer and go to Bluetooth settings and select to connect to the PC (by name) then select whatever ...


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Let me see if I understand what you're trying to do. 1) You have a non-smartphone (feature phone) that has data capability for things such as its mini-browser, and also can provide an Internet connection via Bluetooth. 2) You want to use the Internet connection on the feature phone to connect your tablet to the Internet, i.e. your tablet does NOT have a ...


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Your mobile phone will usually have only one IP address at all times. When you are connected using Wifi, you connect to a router which hosts a local area network using private (internal) IP addresses, thereby supplying you with an internal address. The router itself is usually connected to the internet using a public IP, in which case you would see a ...


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When your phone is completely charged, it switches to a trickle effect. This means that it'll draw only as much power from its power adapter as it needs to keep its full charge. Your phone still expends energy as long as it's on, even if it's plugged in. Whenever the battery is fully charged, however, it simply stops charging and will suffer no ill ...


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Note: I don’t have your specific model of tablet available; this is what I gathered from the Internet based on knowing how to do it with my devices. I think it will work, but I’m not certain. You can wipe your device from recovery mode, without using a touch screen. To get into the recovery menu: With the device off, hold the power and volume up buttons ...


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Over a local WAN there is no reason that Microsoft's Remote Desktop shouldn't work. Given that your Android is supported, they even have an app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.rdc.android&hl=en When you launch the app just provide the IP address of your desktop machine and away you go. Oh yeah and don't forget to enable RDP ...


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Sure -- all you need is a connecting cord, most likely with stereo mini-phone connectors at each end; this should cost no more than $2 if you need to buy it. You need to set up your laptop to "monitor", or play the audio (mic) input through the speakers. See ...


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It could be possible that a neighbor has a wifi router on the same channel as yours. If his router has a transmit power higher than the transmit power of your router, then his signal is overshadowing yours. A wifi scanner on your ubuntu laptop can give you graphical description of the existing wifis around you with power and channel parameters. If you find ...



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