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How to factory reset a Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus by https://is.gd/ok3ide

Given how complicated and unforgiving smartphones can be, it’s not surprising that installing an app by mistake, misplacing a file, or screwing up settings are all-too-common occurrences. That’s true even on Samsung’s Galaxy S8, which puts ease-of-use features first and foremost.

Resetting a Galaxy S8 to factory default is a lot easier than you might think.

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Make a home server visible to the internet by https://is.gd/nFGDb0

OK, first at all, you need to find out what IP’s are used on the routers of that LAN. You could use some tracing tools like the Advanced IP Scanner which you could download free from: http://www.advanced-ip-scanner.com/

You have to key in the IP Range of the LAN system like to This you could find (if you didn’t know already) using in Windows Command Prompt (CMD) or PowerShell the command: ipconfig /all

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Installing Google TensorFlow Neural Network Software for CPU and GPU on Ubuntu 16.04 by https://is.gd/KfiGpp

TensorFlow is an open source software for performing machine learning tasks. Google, its creator wanted to expose a powerful tool to help developers explore and build machine learning based applications and so they released this as an open source project. TensorFlow is an extremely powerful tool specializing in a type of neural network called the deep neural network.

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Test your VPN through Terminal – Linux Tips


Do you use a VPN to connect to Internet and increase your privacy? If you are one of the many you would be sure that the VPN you are paying is really working properly.

You can always use, via browser, one of those dedicated websites that check your Ip and, in some cases, test the real effectiveness of VPN and/or use Terminal.

But, for my experience, if you prefer to test your public IP without using the Terminal, the best tutorial for this specific task has been published by http://www.tecadmin.net.

Get Public IP using Linux Terminal

Recommended!… if you are looking for an extra test that you can manage directly from Terminal.