Factory Reset Mode 1. With Device Powered Off And Unplugged 2. Press and hold Power Button + Volume Down 3. When the LG logo shows up, release the power button only 4. Now press and hold the Power and Volume Continue reading
After spending quite a bit of time try to figure out why the Readyboost tab is missing on my Windows tablet. I discovered Readyboost isn’t available on machines using SSD or similar drives, which most tablets do.
There are multiple ways to enter Windows 8 advanced start menu. However most require a keyboard either when restarting Windows or during boot, this causes issues with tablets. The following will restart Windows 8 and boot straight to the advanced boot Continue reading
Launch the Registry Editor by going over to the Start screen and typing “regedit.exe.” Navigate to the following path: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Defender Take ownership of the key by right-clicking it and hitting the “Permissions” option. Click “Additional settings,” go to “Owner” Continue reading
1. Open the App Draw. 2. Find Settings and open it. 3. Scroll down to Safety Assistance and open it. 4. Select Geo News. 5. Set the toggle to off.
The following instructions details how to create a USB restore drive from Windows 8. 1. Swipe the edge of the screen and select Search. 2. Type recovery drive in the search box. 3. Once the tool has opened make sure Continue reading
You may find both Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2 may fail to install. The following should fix the problem. 1. Open a command prompt 2. Enter “c:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe” list vms 3. Use the VM name displayed using the above Continue reading
The MLT is a useless service found on LG Android phones. By disabling it you can save up to 100 Mb of ram. Enter the service menu by entering the following in the phone dialer 3845#*phonemodel# For the LG G3 Continue reading
- Class Method/Variables These apply to all objects created from a particular class. For example a class variable called numCarsProduced, updating this variable in one instance of the class would reflect in any other instances created from that class. – Continue reading
1. Convert NSString to float: floatValue = [NSString floatValue] 2. Convert NSString to integer: intValue = [NSString intValue] 3. Convert float to NSString with current float precision xx.xxxxxx by default (i.e. 6.000000): NSString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@”%f”, returnValue] 4. Convert float Continue reading