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TLDR copy the volume id of old card to new card then copy the whole content of old card to new card (or copy it first to a harddisk and then from the harddisk to the new card, doesn’t make a difference). Step by step I used my Fedora linux computer to do this, as it is a Thinkpad with SD-card slot. First I looked what the volume id of the old sd-card was....


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When you change to another USB socket on Windows, quite often the PC will re-scan the hardware and re-install drivers with different "instantiations". I have used this trick in the past to allocate more COM ports on a USB-Serial adapter driver, for instance. You may have found that deleting all the Sony-related drivers off the PC, and using the same socket, ...


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There is WiFi FTP Server from Google Play store which I plan to download and chronicle setup. It has many positive reviews (4.4 stars out of 5 stars) and 500K+ Downloads. There is a free version with ads and a paid version that is only $0.99 which is a small price to pay to support the developers (IMHO). My goal is to have static IP address for phone on ...


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