I recently upgraded the Operating System of a Moto X to Android Kitkat 4.4.4 when the update was released.
After the upgrade, the built-in alarm clock would not go off each morning.
Googled around and found that it was not the only one. Here is the link to the Motorola support page https://forums.motorola.com/comment/767870.
To overcome . . . → Read More: Motorola X alarm clock does not go off
On the Android phone you may have chosen to Always Open a file with a particular app. This means that from the File Explorer a press on the filename will lead to the file being opened in the default app.
To reset that default to allow a selection from a list of apps, click on . . . → Read More: How to change default app in Android for a file type
After a long time, finally Firefox works very well on Android. Download it from the Google Playstore. Make sure you also get the following add-ons: 1. Adblock Plus (blocks ads while surfing) 2. Ghostery (Blocks cookies, trackers) 3. Quit Now (Gives a quit menu option)
If you do attend any online education courses or webinars, . . . → Read More: Firefox on Android
Many times we receive calendar or meeting invites as ics files. When you get such files you can directly add the ics file into your Android calendar by long press on the ics file. You will then be prompted to add the file into your Phone’s calendar.
There is no need to use any 3rd . . . → Read More: Add Calendar ics files into Android calendar in Android
After lot of attempts to import .ics files onto the Android phone, I finally came across this one named Calendar Processor on the Google Play Store at this link.
I tried ICS importer, but it only allowed import to the Google calendar. Calendar Processor allowed selection between Phone calendar and the Google calendar.
. . . → Read More: Great Android app to import .ics files into Android phone
If you constantly use Brighttalk (https://www.brighttalk.com) to educate yourself or attend Webinars they host, you can now view those on your Android phone. Use the Chrome browser or the new Brighttalk mobile app from the Google Play Store.
When installing android development toolkit in Eclipse, you get following error: adb: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Fix above error is by installing the packages below $ sudo apt-get install lib32ncurses5 lib32stdc++6 lib32z1 lib32z1-dev <enter>
Start eclipse and it should work now.
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Maximum Heart Rate = 220 – Your Age Anaerobic Threshold = Maximum Heart Rate * 0.65
So for a 50 year old: 220 – 50 = 170 170 * 0.65 = 110.5
Work out at this level for 3 days a week for 45 – 60 minutes
Work out at 0.85 for 30 minutes on . . . → Read More: How to calculate the Anaerobic Threshold
The TP-Link WDR4300 wireless router has an Atheros Chip. Due to this, it is not easy to set up VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks) on it. Below explains how this can be done with the kind of problem that was overcome.
Problem: I had a guest computer on my home wireless network that kept sending . . . → Read More: Create VLAN on TP-Link WDR4300 wireless router with isolation