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Okay my solution was to buy a cheap Samsung JIG from eBay (~2.5€). You can also build one yourself, but I did not have any resistors laying around at the time, so I just chose to buy on already made. I plugged it into the mobile and after just a few seconds it turned on into download mode. I then removed the jig, and connected my samsung s3 mini to my ...
The specs on the official website include cell radios, but the battery life estimates therein only include tabletty things (browsing and video) and not talk time. Since phones always include a talk time estimate in their battery specs, it seems like this feature isn't present.
When in download mode, connect it to Odin on your pc. There is the option to automatically reboot after flashing. If you are not able to hit flashing without an archive, try flashing something harmless.
if there is no hardware support (sensor) is present in device That's your mistaken assumption. Even dumbphones contain digital thermometers, to allow them to protect themselves against overheating when charging. Most smartphones will contain more than one temperature sensor: one in the battery, to detect if the battery is overheating, and one attached ...
You could try Thinstuff Android Client (available on Google Play). Thinstuff is proud to announce that aFreeRDP, the FreeRDP Android client, is now available in git master. aFreeRDP is already quite mature and comes with a lot of nice features: -Built-in help for touch pointer and gestures A touch pointer for easier user input within a ...
My problem is not in the cable but in the nook. Looking inside the plug port it appeared at first that some of the male pins were bent, then in time just not there. I called the help line and they said it was non repairable. And of course would give me credited on a new nook. Which amounted to more than just going to Amazon and buying one.
SM-T230nu has an IR remote, while a simple tab 4 (SM-T230) doesn't have one.
Sony ZR supports OTG, so im sure this will work. What you have to do is Buy an OTG cable and connect USB Mouse via USB cable and try using the mouse pointer. Also Keyboard should work. But if your screen doesnt show at all, then im sorry.
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