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How to Update LG G2 to Official Lollipop firmware using Flashtool

 

LG G2 is a former flagship phone from LG with. LG G2 was initially launched with Jelly Bean 4.2.2  in August 2013, but went on to receive updates till KitKat long ago. Now, the LG G2 Lollipop update is also out, and we’ve got the download links and a full guide to help you with installation.

LG G3 was the first flagship phone from LG which received its Lollipop update — and for the moment, that shocked many of us as LG left behind the likes of Samsung, Sony, etc. to Lollipop update. But anyway, LG G2’s wait is also over now, and its users can taste the Lollipop too. The Lollipop update also brings changes to LG’s own UI, the same as it is on G3 currently, while the performance of G2 as good as G3 too.

However, this Lollipop firmware comes in the form of a KDZ file. These KDZ files consist of firmware for LG devices. To install any firmware from LG, you have use the KDZ file in a particular software — LG Flashtool — and follow a procedure to update the device, like we’ve written down below.

Here is a simple guide which would help you successfully flash this KDZ file and update LG G2 D802 to Lollipop.

Downloads:

LG G2 Lollipop Firmware | File: LG G2 D80230b_00.kdz (1.65 GB)
LG Flashtool | LG Flash Tool 2014.zip (3 MB)
Visual C++ Runtime Library | File: VC_RedistInstaller.exe (47 MB)

Supported Models:

LG G2, model no. D802 (international model)
Do not try this on any other variant of G2 or any other phone whatsoever

Instructions

Disclamer: Installing an official firmware through LG flashtool doesn’t void your device’s warranty, but it remains an unofficial process and thus you need to be cautious of it. In any case, you only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage […]

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Create a Recovery Partition of Windows 8.1 or 10 and Restore From it.

All of the brand name computers comes with a hidden recovery partition. Which is great if you want to restore your computer to factory settings, but a lot of us built our own PC we would also like to have a system recovery partition too right, in case of a virus or slowness? Here is how:

Download, install and run AOMEI OneKey Recovery.
Creating the Recovery Partition:
Select OneKey System Backup.

Now Select A: Backup system to AOMEI OneKey Recovery partition. If you would like to create recovery partition on an external drive or USB Select Option B.

Like most users I only have one drive. I’ll select it to create the partition there and click next.

OneKey Recovery will provide you with a preview of how your hard drive partitions currently looks and how is going to be after creating the recovery partition. Click Start Backup button.

Click yes if prompted to re-start.

Once it re-start, OneKey Recovery will start marking the recovery partition on your C: drive.

Once the recovery partition is ready, “The system backup is completed successfully” message will appear on the screen, giving you 5 seconds to re-start. The time it takes to create a recovery partition depends on how much data you have stored on your C: drive.

Restoring From the Recovery Partition:
On start up AOMEI will add an entry on the bootloader that says: “Enter into AOMEI OneKey Recovery“. This will show up for 3 seconds. If you are not careful you might miss it.

When you see it press the down arrow key on your keyboard to select it and press enter.

A Pop up will come up asking if you need to restore your system? click yes. if the pop up doesn’t show you can click on OneKey […]

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How to transfer emails, contacts from Mozilla Thunderbird client to MS Outlook 2010

How do you really export all your emails, contacts from Thunderbird email client to Microsoft Outlook email client? I know this task is not that easy. I spent some time to research and the steps that were proposed did not make too much sense. I did not want to download a bunch of different tools to accomplish this simple task.

Here is how I did it J

You need to download this fantastic tool = MailStore Home – download from here
Install it on your computer where the Thunderbird and Outlook are installed
Once installed, run the MailStore Home tool and select ARCHIVE MAIL

Now from the menu select Mozilla Thunderbird

Follow up the wizard and select your Thunderbird Email profile you want to Export
Wait till the Process of Export is Finished

Once your export completed, you will notice that the profile is created where you can see all your emails and folders in same structure as you have in your Thunderbird email client.

Click on the “PLUS” next to the created profile and you can now browse and search your emails. This is great as you right now created a searchable archive of your emails and you have many options what to do with it. You can EXPORT the archive to DVD and save it in safe location for archive purposes as well as you can now export/import the emails to different email clients.

Right click on the Profile
Click EXPORT To
Select Microsoft Outlook as this is the destination where I want to import my email
New import wizard pops up and just follow up the simple steps and let it finish

Once the Export/import completed … you will have your all emails, folder structure imported into Microsoft Outlook client. It will be under one Folder […]

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View Saved WiFi Passwords on Android

Almost every WiFi network is password secured and when you want to access the network admin will  say that he needs to type the password, so you can’t see it. But you can view all saved WiFi passwords by having root access on your device and do that for free so follow this tutorial.

1. You need Root Access so make sure you have an app called SuperSU installed on your phone indicating that you are rooted.

2. If the SuperSU is there you may proceed with the next step which is going to Play Store and search for WiFi key recovery and Install it.

3. When is finished installing you can search for that app on your phone and open it.

4. After is opened it will ask you to grant root access so of course you need to press Grant.

5. There all your saved passwords will apear and with 3 tabs. SSID-the name of the network , PSK-the password of that network and Key MGMT-the security type of that network.

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How to Transfer Windows 8.1 to a New Hard Drive

To transfer Windows 8.1 to a new hard drive is extremely simple the hardest part would be installing the hard drive. Copying Windows 8.1 to a new HDD will eventually save a hell lot of time, you don’t have to install all programs and configure settings from scratch.
To Migrate Windows 8.1 to a new Hard Drive:
1. Install your new hard drive on your computer and make sure is installed.

2. Download and install Paragon Hard Disk Manager 14.

3. Once installed run Hard Disk Manager 14, click yes to the UAC if prompted.

4. Select Migrate OS from the menu to run the Wizard.

5. Read the welcome screen and click next.

6. The Wizard will auto detect the installed drives. It will show you that is going to copy  your Local Disk C: To: the new hard drive you have installed which in this case is Disk 1.

7. If you wish to Use all available space for the OS partition you can check mark the option next to it. That option is optional. Click on copy button.

8. The copy process can take a long time depending on how much data you have stored on your Local Disk C:

9. Once done it will provide you with a brief explanation in case you are keeping both drives. In my case I’m only keeping the new hard drive so all we have to do is just turn off the computer, remove the source disk, and keep the  new hard drive which is the destination Drive and turn the computer back on.

9. In case you didn’t check mark Use all available space for the OS partition on the paragon cloning wizard and you wish to use the full space of the hard drive, you […]

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How to Export Thunderbird Email to MS Outlook

If you run your own business and want to cut your expenses, you can use Mozilla Thunderbird, a free email client, to manage your company email accounts. As your business grows, you might decide to switch to Microsoft Office Outlook for a more powerful solution. Fortunately, it’s possible to export your email from Thunderbird and import it into Outlook, and you don’t have to purchase third-party software to get the job done.

Step 1Launch Mozilla Thunderbird.

Step 2Open the folder with the messages you want to export from Thunderbird.

Related Reading: How to Convert Courier Email to Thunderbird

Step 3Select the messages you want to export. Press and hold the „Ctrl“ key and click on the emails to select multiple items, or press „Ctrl-A“ to select all messages in the folder.

Step 4Right-click one of the selected emails and choose „Save As“ from the context menu.

Step 5Select a folder in which to save the messages as EML files and click „Select Folder“ to export the messages.

Step 6Launch Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Step 7Right-click the „Outlook“ folder and select „New Folder“ from the context menu.

Step 8Type a name for the new folder in the „Name“ box and click „OK“ to create the folder.

Step 9Select the new folder. It doesn’t contain any emails yet, so the middle pane is empty.

Step 10Select all the emails that you exported from Thunderbird. As you did before, hold „Ctrl“ and click multiple items or press „Ctrl-A“ to select all items.

Step 11Click and drag the emails to the middle pane of Outlook 2010 to import them into the new folder. The emails will appear in the folder after the import is complete.

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/export-thunderbird-email-ms-outlook-55545.html

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Reset Windows Server 2008 / 2012 Domain Admin Password

This password reset applies to Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition. To Reset Windows Server 2008 domain admin password Ill be using the Server installation disc.

1. Insert the installation disc in your locked Server 2008 and boot from it. When prompted with the Language,Time and Keyboard click on Next.

2. Click “Repair your computer“on the bottom left of the screen. DO NOT CLICK ON INSTALL NOW!!

3. Select the Operating System if is not already selected, and click Next.

4. Click on “Command Prompt” link.

5. Enter the following command to backup the utilman.exe file:
Move C:\Windows\System32\Utilman.exe C:\Windows\System32\Utilman0.exe.

6. Now copy cmd.exe and rename it to Utilman.exe:
Copy C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe C:\Windows\System32\Utilman.exe

7. Now restart the server.

8. When it reboots, at the Logon screen click on the Ease of access icon.

9. To change the Admin password enter the following command::
net user administrator *
10. You’ll be prompted to enter and confirm your new Password. While typing your new password you wont be able to see the characters being entered.

11. Done. You’ve just changed the Administrator password.

To change utilman0.exe. Back to it’s original state. Go thought the same process and enter the following command:
Move C:\Windows\System32\Ultiman0.exe C:\Windows\System32\Ultiman.exe
you’ll be asked to overwrite enter the letter “Y” and press Enter.
Video Tutorial:

http://www.avoiderrors.net/reset-windows-server-2008-password/

Reset Forgotten Domain Admin Password on Server 2012

This tutorial will show you how to reset forgotten domain admin password on Server 2012. To accomplish the task you would need the Windows Server 2012 installation disc.

1. Boot from the Windows Server 2012 installation disc. When prompted with the Language, Time and Keyboard click on Next.

2. At the bottom left of the screen click the option to Repair your computer. DO NOT CLICK ON INSTALL NOW!!!

3. Select the  Troubleshoot Option.

4. Now select Advanced options.

5. Lastly select Command Prompt.

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Rename “This PC” Back to “My Computer”

Microsoft changed the name of “My Computer” to “This PC”, for those users that prefer it the old way, you can easily rename it.

It’s really simple just right-click and rename.

The settings will take place everywhere, you just need to refresh the desktop.

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How to Migrate Windows 8.1 to an SSD Drive

To Migrate Windows 8.1 to an SSD is extremely simple the hardest part would be installing the Hard Drive. Since the SSD has no moving parts you don’t have to screw it down like you would on a normal PATA HD. all you need to do is place it on a secured location inside the Computer.
To Migrate Windows 8.1 to Solid State Drive:
1. Install your SSD hard drive on your computer and make sure is installed.

2. Download and install Paragon Hard Disk Manager 14.

3. Once installed run Hard Disk Manager 14, click yes to the UAC if prompted.

4. Select Migrate OS from the menu to run the Wizard.

5. Read the welcome screen and click next.

6. The Wizard will auto detect the installed drives. It will show you that is going to Migrate your Local Disk C: To: the SSD drive you have installed which in this case is Disk 1.

7. If you wish to Use all available space for the OS partition you can check mark the option next to it. That option is optional. Click on copy button.

8. The Migration process can take a long time depending on how much data you have stored on your Local Disk C:

9. Once done it will provide you with a brief explanation in case you are keeping both drives. In my case I’m only keeping the SSD drive so all we have to do is just turn off the computer, remove the source disk, and keep the SSD which is the destination Drive and turn the computer back on.

9. In case you didn’t check mark Use all available space for the OS partition on the paragon cloning wizard and you wish to use the full space of the […]

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How to Transfer Windows 8.1 to a New Hard Drive

To transfer Windows 8.1 to a new hard drive is extremely simple the hardest part would be installing the hard drive. Copying Windows 8.1 to a new HDD will eventually save a hell lot of time, you don’t have to install all programs and configure settings from scratch.
To Migrate Windows 8.1 to a new Hard Drive:
1. Install your new hard drive on your computer and make sure is installed.

2. Download and install Paragon Hard Disk Manager 14.

3. Once installed run Hard Disk Manager 14, click yes to the UAC if prompted.

4. Select Migrate OS from the menu to run the Wizard.

5. Read the welcome screen and click next.

6. The Wizard will auto detect the installed drives. It will show you that is going to copy  your Local Disk C: To: the new hard drive you have installed which in this case is Disk 1.

7. If you wish to Use all available space for the OS partition you can check mark the option next to it. That option is optional. Click on copy button.

8. The copy process can take a long time depending on how much data you have stored on your Local Disk C:

9. Once done it will provide you with a brief explanation in case you are keeping both drives. In my case I’m only keeping the new hard drive so all we have to do is just turn off the computer, remove the source disk, and keep the  new hard drive which is the destination Drive and turn the computer back on.

9. In case you didn’t check mark Use all available space for the OS partition on the paragon cloning wizard and you wish to use the full space of the hard drive, you […]

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