Transferring and synchronizing files securely.
A PHP commandline helper for WordPress stuff and things.
Adjusting, reducing, increasing, customizing Android's volume.
Equalizer settings will be covered by an app, likely something like Volume+. The ones I tested were suspicious, so this will be a topic to research later.
This is separate from Developer Mode, and gets to the hardcore settings.
- Dial pad
Split off from Migrating WordPress
Short answer: There might be ways to import something large, but it's far easier to reduce the size of your database.
Migrating WordPress from one web hosting company to another.
The goal is to have a blog installation which is active and working, and will never be disabled and cannot be damaged in any way, and to copy it to a new place. For my tests, I used an entirely new host using a new "practice" domain name.
- You own a PlayStation 2
You own official PlayStation 2 discs
- PlayStation 1 discs will also be researched.
The use cases are much the same as with DVD ripping:
- Back discs up before disc rot sets in.
Rip discs and keep them safe
- e.g. parents with little kids who damage discs.
Playing on a PlayStation 2 which has a broken DVD drive.
A very inexpensive yet capable phone.
At a glance, it seems okay. Android and every app I've seen have many UI flaws, but that's not the X20's fault.
After a week of use, I have to say this is a fantastic phone. It's the perfect beginner's smartphone and there's nothing I've done that's been limited in any way whatsoever by its specifications. I have not run out of storage or memory.. not even close. Do note that I haven't played any games, and I probably never will.
I am really ticked that it doesn't have OTG support, so I can't use the microSD for anything but charging. Powering off, pulling my charging dongle out, removing the half-case, removing the battery cover, removing the battery and moving the CD card back and forth is an awful, awful, way for me to edit files.
The minimum volume is way too loud.
I don't think the bottom USB-C port works for a USB key.
A rather obvious topic that I didn't find good resources for when I was first interested in my shakuhachi. It got shelved for a long time because of that.
This topic isn't about the other necessary things:
- Finger placement and general handling.
- Embouchure - The shape of the mouth when blowing.
Other shakuhachi terminology.
If you can't put the flute to your mouth and make a decent note quite quickly, you probably aren't ready for anything more than Mary Had a Little Lamb and maybe not even that, yet. This is fine; accept your limitations so you have some place to set goals from.