To Create a System Image Backup
Connect the External HDD and check for the Drive Letter (in this case its” E :”) .Also makes sure that the back-up drive has more storage room than the space used of your C: drive.
Right click Start menu and select Windows PowerShell (admin) ,Click yes to the User Account Control if prompted
In the powershell enter the following command:
wbAdmin start backup -backupTarget:E: -include:C: -allCritical –quiet
Note: The above command tells the Windows to back up the C: drive onto the E: drive, including all critical volumes containing the system’s state. The -quiet switch tells the cmdlet to run without prompting you.
To Restore from that System Image Backup
To restore a system image backup, you’ll need to boot from Windows 8.1 installation media, or system repair disc. Insert the Windows 8.1 installation media or system repair disc and reboot your computer.
Press Enter if you see “Press any key to boot from CD/DVD“
In the Windows Setup window, click the Repair your computer link. On the bottom left.
Click the Troubleshoot icon from the Choose an option Window.
Click the Advanced Options icon in the troubleshooting Window.
In the Advance Options window click on System Image Recovery icon.
Choose the target operating system which would be the Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1 will scan your computer to detect any recent images created.
Because we booted of the Disk the drive letter might change but not the drive name or date and time.
So click on next in the Re-image your computer window.
Check-mark Format and repartition disks. Click next.
Confirm the re-imaging process by clicking on finish and click on yes to the warning saying that the drive will be re-image from the back up you created.
Once you re-start your computer should boot exactly the same as when you created the image backup.
Install ADB with SDK
Make sure that the required drivers for your android device are properly installed on your PC. If you’re not sure then download and install the latest versions from your device manufacture’s website. Below are the links to download software of various manufacturers. Choose yours and install the required software.
Download and install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) Starter package from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html.
An “android-sdk_rXX-windows.zip” file which you can extract to any place on your PC and the adb program will work from there. For easiness with commands, extract it to C:\
For adb to work on SDK Starter package we have to add Platform Tools part to the SDK. Below are the steps:
Open root directory of the SDK (for e.g. if you’ve installed or extracted it on :/ then go to this address “c:\android-sdk-windows”
Find “SDK Manager” and double-click on it to execute.
It will check for updates on the Android website, and a pop up window will appear showing a list of available downloads. Just add the “Android SDK Platform Tools” and reject everything else
On your Android device go to Settings->Applications->Development and make sure that “USB Debugging” is ticked. It’s essential for ADB to work!
Now plug your phone into your PC (using original cable that’s supplied by your manufacturer is recommended when working with ADB). If a window pops up saying “installing drivers” then wait for it to complete installation
Open command prompt from the menus, or Open “Run > and type cmd” to execute Command Prompt and navigate to “c:\
Now insert the following code:
C:\> adb devices
This should display something like the following:
List of devices attached
If you can see your device in the list then congratulations! You’ve done well. You are now good to start using adb. Enjoy!
If it’s NOT appearing in the list make sure that drivers are properly installed and you’ve enabled “USB Debugging“
Toshiba Excite AT300SE Root
Rooting is done with the help of motochopper app done by (Dan Rosenberg) from XDA.
Do it with your own risk
Download the Android ABD driver for Toshiba site (Android WinUsb Driver).
Extract the zip file to C :\(after extract there will be folder C:\usb_driver),then connect the tab to PC or Laptop by putting it into USB Debugging.
Open device manager in the computer. Right-click the device name and Select Update Driver Software. This will launch the Hardware Update Wizard.
Select Browse my computer for driver software.
Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer
Click Have Disk, click Browse and specify the folder of C:\usb_driver
Click ok in the wizard.
Click Install this driver software anyway
After installing the drivers successfully .Download
and extract from the zip to desktop. Then open the motochopper folder
and click run.bat and then follow instruction.
If everything goes right there will be SuperSu app installed in the tab. As soon as you click on it automatic update the binary.
Connect the tab to internet for later update of SuperSu for Google Play store.
Unlocking or Debranding 4G Connect Wi-Fi Router
OTA Update will Undo all unlocking.Do it on your own risk
It better to put the router into factory default .
Step 1:- Check your firmware Version by browsing to IP of router (default 192.168.2.1).
If the version is above than 1.02.33, better downgrade to 1.02.33 and then to 1.02.32. (I find success in this way).Final we need older firmware version (1.02.32) to running in the Router.
The Zip file have two firmware 1.02.33(mr7015al-zz_r0b_FW_1.02.33(20120618)) and 1.02.32(mr7015al-zz_r0b_FWN_1.02.32(20120330))
Click on the Firmware Update->than browse file mr7015al-zz_r0b_FWN_1.02.32(20120330) ->update
This will reboot router. Now make sure that we running ver1.02.32
Step2:-Flashing the LTE module.
Click on the LTE Module Upgrade -> than browse file LTE_20120321_1K5QCI_4036_M0.02 ->update
This reboot the router again .Sometime routers will not response it around 2mins finish flashing.
Step3:- Click on the Adv.Setting -> Vendor Profile select->no profile unlock – MCC/MNC: 0/00
-> SIM Lock ->unselect
-> Check Firmware info time->2-3
This reboots the router again
Step4:- Click on the AT Command -> SIM Security ->Disable->submit
Step 5:- Click on the LTE/UMTS and make changes for your network setting (like APN or dial no.) ->Apply change
It should work fine….
AOMOI Data Backuper is a useful utility from AOMEI with the help of that you can easily create a copy of your entire hard disk partition, all the secret and sensitive files as an .adi file. You can restore the back up whenever you wish to.
Also make some bootable CD/DVD or USB media from the utility section. Either you will be able to clone the whole backup image to a virtual partition for browse via My Computer.
WiNToBootic is a freeware that allows you an easy creation of bootable Windows USB hard or flash disk from an ISO image, CD/DVD or Folder. This product is focused on creation of boot disks based on Microsoft Windows NT 6.x OS family (Vista, 7, 8, Server 2008, Server 2012).
First of all, you will need to download the desktop client as well as the Android app to enable pairing between both devices. Once downloaded and installed, just run the app on both devices and allow them to connect. The desktop client has a pretty simple interface and provides you with a list of devices available for connection. Make sure that the Android device and PC are both connected to the same network, or the phone is connected to the PC via a USB cable. In both cases, the desktop client will automatically detect the phone when you run the app. Select it from the list and click Start to connect to the device.
The Adjust menu allows you to reorder and tweak axes for controlling the mouse and joystick. The Reorder Axes dialog box lets you configure the axes and buttons, while the Tweak Axes window lets you tinker with settings for the tilt sensor, rotation sensor and on-screen slider sensitivity.
The interface of the Android app is divided into 3 sections: Joystick, Mouse and Slideshow. Each section provides a different functionality to the user. Under the Joystick tab, there are eight joystick layouts available, each one listed with its description. They are different from each other in terms of the number of buttons and sliders available for use. For instance, the Joystick Layout 8 consists of eight buttons and five sliders.
The Settings menu lets you enter a custom device name, reverse the X and Y axes, change screen brightness and layout settings, and specify the port number and update interval for the connection.
DroidPad’s Windows app works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, while the Android app requires Android 2.1 Eclair or higher.
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