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How to check if your Android phone or tablet is 32-bit or 64-bit

1. Use an app You can either try AnTuTu Benchmark or AIDA64. 2. Check Android kernel version Go to ‘Settings’ > ‘System’ and check ‘Kernel version’. If the code inside contains ‘x64′ string, your device has a 64-bit OS; if you cannot find this string, then is 32-bit.

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How to install LineageOS 14.1 on Nexus 7 2012

Before proceding to this step, ensure that your device is actually a Nexus 7 2012. It is noticeably different to Nexus 7 2013 because the first only has front camera and the later has two, one on each side. Developers use codename ‘grouper’ to identify Nexus 7 2012. So they will be synonyms in some […]

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How to flash custom recovery ROM in Android device

1. Activate developer mode in mobile device Go to Settings > About and tap 7 times on Version. 2. Enable USB Debugging in mobile device Go to Settings > Developer Options > Enable “USB debugging” 3. Connect tablet to computer Plug tablet to computer using an USB cable. Swipe down your Notification Area and select […]

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How to root an Android device

There are different methods to root an Android device. Method 1: use app There are Android apps that allow to root your device just by installing, running it and swapping a slider. Cross your fingers so any of these apps support your device, as it is the easiest way. Some popular apps are Towelroot or […]

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List of OCR Software for Windows

This is a non-extensive list of OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software:   ABBYY FineReader Developed by ABBYY (Russia). Propietary and non-free https://www.abbyy.com/en-eu/finereader/   OmnyPage Developed by Nuance (US). Propietary and non-free. https://www.nuance.com/print-capture-and-pdf-solutions/optical-character-recognition/omnipage.html   Readiris Developed by I.R.I.S. (Belgium), a company from Canon group (Japan). Propietary and non-free http://www.irislink.com/EN-ES/c1682/Readiris-16-for-Windows—OCR-Software.aspx

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How to run TeamViewer QuickSupport in Linux

Here you can find the steps to run. Download TeamViewer QuickSupport Visit the following link and download the latest version for TeamViewer QuickSupport. https://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/linux/ In case you want an earlier version, you can find it  in this link: https://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/previous-versions/ Unpack file Instructions depends on your Linux distribution. Double-click on executable Find file “teamviewer” in root […]

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Updating TLS 1.0 Protocol

El 14 de octubre de 2014, el equipo de seguridad de Google identificó una vulnerabilidad en el protocolo de seguridad SSLv3, empleado en la protección de las conexiones conocida como “Poodle”. Esta vulnerabilidad permitiría a un atacante que realizara un ataque “Man-in-the-middle” obtener cookies HTTP, con las que podría robar información o tomar el control […]

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USB Diagnostic Tools

EventGhost http://www.eventghost.net/downloads/   MUTT (Microsoft USB Test Tool) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/usbcon/microsoft-usb-test-tool–mutt–devices   List of USB test tools recommended by Microsoft https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/usbcon/usb-test-tools   USB Event Tracing for Windows https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/usbcon/usb-event-tracing-for-windows

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How to run Mini vMac classic MacOS Emulator

I only got to install it on Ubuntu, as for any reason in MacOS X it never finds “vMac.ROM” file inside the same folder.   Installing and configuring Mini vMac 1. Download latest version from official link 2. Expand archived file 2. Download ROM file “vmac.rom” from this link https://sites.google.com/site/minivmacapplicationsv6/disk-images-and-roms 3. Place “vmac.rom” in the […]

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List of classic MacOS Emulators

Before the current OS for Apple systems (MacOS X), there were earliest OS versions that were simply know as MacOS. MacOS and MacOS X are not that compatible, so if you need to run old MacOS programs or files then you need an MacOS emulator.   This is an extensive list of my known Macintosh […]

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