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31 days ago
replied the topic Android studio problem created by Zlatane735


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35 days ago
replied the topic Full description of data roaming created by Abdor1


If you’ve poked around the inside of your phone’s settings for a while, you may have come across a setting called “data roaming.” If you enabled it, you might have seen a scary pop-up message saying that turning this option on may incur significant network charges. As far as explaining what data roaming is, however, phones typically don’t tell you what it’s used for. So, what is data roaming, and why would you enable it if it could incur these charges?

What “Roaming” Is

First, let’s tackle what it means when your phone is “roaming.” Roaming is when your phone leaves the range of your network and loses its signal. This goes a little further than simply going into rural parts of the country; it means leaving the country altogether! When you’re in a country that’s out of range of your network provider’s territory, your phone is now roaming. “Data roaming”, therefore, is the act of getting data while outside of your network’s range.

But if you’re outside of your network, how can you get data in the first place?

How Data Roaming Works
Let’s say you’re a US citizen and a happy customer of America Telecoms who provides you with a phone signal and 4G data. You feel like taking a holiday, so you decide to jet off to sunny Spain for a bit. While you’re there, you’d still like to catch up on your YouTube videos and podcasts while you’re on the beach, so you take your phone with you.

There’s a problem, however; America Telecoms doesn’t have a presence in Spain. They’re only concerned with providing a stellar service in America right now. Therefore, if you left for Spain, you’d be stuck without a phone signal. If you had an unlocked phone, you could exchange the SIM card with a Spanish provider to get data there. But what if your phone was locked to America Telecoms and you can’t change the SIM?

In order to tackle this problem and help their customers get a signal no matter where they are, America Telecoms struck a deal with the Spanish network España Móvil. America Telecoms says that if any of their customers goes to Spain and wants to use 4G or make a call or text, España Móvil will pick up the slack and give them a network signal, despite the fact that the customer is an America Telecoms user. In return, America Telecoms will support any España Móvil customer coming from Spain.

The Result
Now when you take that flight to Spain, you can use España Móvil’s signal to get 4G; however, there’s a good chance that additional charges for using a foreign network will come into play. To prevent itself from accidentally racking up a huge phone bill, your phone won’t automatically connect to España Móvil’s network when you arrive. You have to manually tell your phone to connect by enabling data roaming. Once done, you can now enjoy 4G abroad without changing SIM cards.

When you arrive at Spain with roaming enabled, you’ll see that your network provider’s name will change to something like “España Móvil (America Telecoms)”. This just means you’re currently using España Móvil’s network as an America Telecoms customer. If you travelled with a friend and they used a different network, they may see a different Spanish name pop-up corresponding to the network their provider struck a deal with.

What Are These “Significant Charges”?
While roaming is very useful, it can come at a hefty additional cost to your base data and call rates. This is what the pop-up is warning you about when you enable data roaming. Different network providers will have different charges depending on which country you visit, so be sure to wise up on the stated charges before travelling by checking their website.

In order to find these charges, you don’t have to find out what network you’ll be switching to when you arrive at your destination. Simply search for the one you use at home and look up their roaming charges, and it will apply when you go abroad, even after the network changes. Just be sure you select the correct country, as charges can differ depending on where you go

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How to Turn On or Off Core Isolation Memory Integrity in Windows 10

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40 days ago
replied the topic Android studio in linux created by Yaremda


Below are the steps to install Android Studio in Ubuntu system:

Below are the steps to install Android Studio in Ubuntu system:

1. Install JDK 6 or later

First, install Oracle JDK 8

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer
sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-set-default
To make sure, it’s installed successfully, open a terminal and type

javac -version
Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to the location of your JDK installation.


2. Download and install Android Studio

Download the Android Studio package for Linux and extract it somewhere (e.g home directory).

To launch Android Studio, open a terminal, navigate to the android-studio/bin/ directory, and execute

cd android-studio/bin
Select whether you want to import previous Android Studio settings or not, then click OK.

Set the ANDROID_HOME environment variable to the location of your Android SDK installation

sudo gedit ~/.bashrc
export ANDROID_HOME=/home/user_directory/Android/Sdk
export PATH=${PATH}:$ANDROID_HOME/tools:$ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools
export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle

3. Install SDK Platforms

You need to install some SDK before you jump into building android apps. Click on Configure -> SDK Manager to open Android SDK Manager. Select the latest API (to test against target build, e.g API 19 (Android 4.4.2)) and some packages in Extras (Android Support Library and Android Support Repository). Then install the selected packages.


45 days ago
replied the topic windows memory loss created by mictip


Step #1
Click Start Menu and type “Msconfig” then click On it .

Step #3
Under the “System Configuration Window” click on the “Boot” Tab then click the “Advanced Options” button.

Step #4
At the “BOOT Advanced Options” screen, make sure “Maximum memory” is unchecked and try to set to limit the maximum memory then click “OK”

Step #5
When the “System Configuration” screen returns, click the “Apply” button to save the changes to your settings.

Step #6
Reboot your system then open the “System” window again to verify all the correct amount of RAM is now being recognized.


47 days ago
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48 days ago
replied the topic Windows update problem created by kaioo5191


Fix Windows Update with a Troubleshooter

Windows includes a built-in troubleshooter that may be able to help fix a stuck update. It’s the easiest method to try, so go ahead and run it first. The troubleshooter performs three actions:

It shuts down Windows Update Services.
It renames the C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution folder to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution.old , essentially clearing the Windows Update download cache so that it can start over.
It restarts the Windows Update Services.
This troubleshooter is available on Windows 7, 8, and 10. You’ll find it in the same place on all modern versions of Windows.

To run the troubleshooter, hit Start, search for “troubleshooting,” and then run the selection that search comes up with.

In the Control Panel list of troubleshooters, in the “System and Security” section, click “Fix problems with Windows Update.”

In the Windows Update troubleshooting window, click “Advanced.”

In the advanced settings, make sure that the “Apply repairs automatically” check box is enabled, click “Run as administrator” and then click Next. Giving the tool administrative privileges helps ensure that it can delete files in the download cache.

The troubleshooter works through its process and then lets you know whether it could identify and fix the problem. Most of the time, the troubleshooter can successfully remove a stuck update from the queue. Go ahead and try running Windows Update again. Even if the troubleshooter says it couldn’t identify the problem, it’s possible that the actions of starting and stopping the service and clearing out the cache did the trick.


48 days ago
replied the topic The difference between Rom and Ram created by Abolfazltarrah


There is one major difference between a ROM (read-only memory) and a RAM (random-access memory) chip: ROM can hold data without power and RAM cannot. Essentially, ROM is meant for permanent storage, and RAM is for temporary storage.

Alternate explanation
A ROM chip is a non-volatile storage medium, which means it does not require a constant source of power to retain the information stored on it. By contrast, a RAM chip is volatile, which means it loses any information it is holding when the power is turned off.

Other differences between a ROM and a RAM
A ROM chip is used primarily in the start up process of a computer, whereas a RAM chip is used in the normal operations of a computer once the operating system is loaded.
A RAM chip can store multiple GB (gigabytes) of data, ranging from 1 to 256 GB per chip. A ROM chip stores several MB (megabytes) of data, usually 4 MB or 8 MB per chip.
Computer ROM
A good example of ROM is the computer BIOS, which is a PROM chip that stores the programming needed to begin the initial computer startup process. Using a non-volatile storage medium is the only way to begin this process for computers and other devices. ROM chips were also used in gaming system cartridges, like the original Nintendo, Gameboy, Sega Genesis, and others.

The oldest ROM-type storage medium can be dated back to 1932 with drum memory. ROM-type storage is still used and continues to be improved upon for better performance and storage capacity.

Computer RAM
RAM chips are also used in computers, as well as other devices, to store information and run programs. RAM is one of the fastest types of memory, allowing it to switch quickly between tasks. For example, the Internet browser you are using to read this page is loaded into RAM and is running from it.

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