How to restore Lenovo devices on stock firmware on Linux

Ever since various custom ROMs began being released for the Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus, I have rarely gone back to stock. However, after a ROM installation went wrong, I had to. I tried using the Lenovo Rescue and Smart Assistant (LMSA) but for some reason it failed to restore and did not detect aContinue reading “How to restore Lenovo devices on stock firmware on Linux”

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Python tutorials – Basic validation

Hello again everybody, I am sorry that I have not posted in the last couple of weeks. It’s December now, and Christmas time is approaching. In the meantime, here is a new Python tutorial about validation. What is validation? It’s a way of checking whether something is a certain value or not, and executing codeContinue reading “Python tutorials – Basic validation”

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Python tutorial – While loops basics

In Python, while loops allow you to repeat things forever, or up until a certain point. Here’s an example: keep_going = Truewhile (keep_going == True): print(“Hello world!”) This will print “Hello world!” indefinitely. The keep_going value is set to True, and the while loop checks continuously check that the keep_going value is equal to True.Continue reading “Python tutorial – While loops basics”

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How to emulate Raspberry Pi in QEMU

QEMU is an open source emulator that can emulate operating systems from all architectures, including ARM, the architecture of the Raspberry Pi. You can even emulate it on an x86 PC, but it will be slower than on a Raspberry Pi itself since the code is being converted from ARM code to x86 code throughContinue reading “How to emulate Raspberry Pi in QEMU”

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Python tutorial – How to create basic functions

In Python, a function is a block of code that only runs when it is called later on in the code. Data can be passed into the functions too. One example of a function is print. It runs when it is called in the code, and the text you put inside the bracket is theContinue reading “Python tutorial – How to create basic functions”

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Happy 25th birthday to Windows 95!

On this day in 1995, Windows 95 was released. Windows 95 included new features such as the taskbar and start menu, and it was the first version of Windows to run as its own operating system, rather than on top of MS-DOS. It was also the first 32-bit, rather than 16-bit, Windows operating system. SupportContinue reading “Happy 25th birthday to Windows 95!”

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Galaxy Unpacked to take place on 5th August

Galaxy Unpacked, Samsung’s announcement event that happens twice every year, will take place on the 5th August. At Galaxy Unpacked, they are likely to announce the Galaxy Note 20 along other stuff. The livestream will be taking place at 5pm BST live on the 5th August. This year because of coronavirus, it will only beContinue reading “Galaxy Unpacked to take place on 5th August”

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Apple supporting the iPhone 6S in iOS 14 just shows how far behind Android really is

On the 23rd June at WWDC 2020, which of course due to the current circumstances being held online, Apple announced iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, the new iOS versions. Home screen widgets, no more full screen calls, and a redesigned Siri are just a few of the changes Apple’s new OS includes. The update supportsContinue reading “Apple supporting the iPhone 6S in iOS 14 just shows how far behind Android really is”

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OneUI 2.1 released for Galaxy S9

The OneUI 2.1 update with June 2020 security patch has been released for Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones. Currently, the update is only available to download in Germany, Taiwan, and Korea, but we can expect to see it roll out to further countries during the coming weeks. The update includes features such as Quick Share,Continue reading “OneUI 2.1 released for Galaxy S9”

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