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Rylyguy

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About Rylyguy

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    I5-3450
  • Motherboard
    Not sure from a prebuilt
  • RAM
    8gb ddr3 1333mhz
  • GPU
    Gt 730 ( it died so integrated )
  • Case
    Dell vostro 470
  • Storage
    450gb ssd
  • PSU
    430 watt antac basiq 80 plus certified
  • Display(s)
    Sceptre c24, dell 22 inch
  • Cooling
    Air cooler
  • Keyboard
    Membrane
  • Mouse
    G502 SE
  • Sound
    Steelseries Arctis 3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 and custom Linux distro (PC) / MacOS and Windows 10 (MacBook)
  • Laptop
    2015 base model MacBook Pro

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  1. Nvm found the path. /data/data requires root to view the folder in a file manager. I just found the path to the file I needed in termux and ran mv <path to file> <path to termux directory>
  2. If you’d like the Apple Watch but still daily drive an android. Get like an iPhone 6 use it to setup a cellular model of the watch. Leave the iPhone at home plugged in. Have you texts forwarded to the watch/iPhone. Just say that to your phone company and they’ll setup the forwarding.
  3. I’m trying to access the files for termux in a normal file manager but it doesn’t show up under /internal storage/android/data. I’ve used the search and no folders/files come up for termux. I’m very confused. And show hidden files Is enabled.
  4. Hi. My current windows is installed on an external drive as windows to go. I need to back it up. I can’t because windows won’t allow you to on a windows to go installation. Is there another way to backup. I just want to backup to a drive so after I reinstall windows I can just restore from it.
  5. Is there anything else I can try. I looked up why it was stuck on booting from harr drive.
  6. I’m trying to boot Debian in qemu and it stays at booting from hard drive. I looked it up and I found that for this case I need to have it boot from uefi. Is there an argument I need to add when I start qemu? And host Is is macOS.
  7. I’m not talking about one from Apple. It’s a company from Europe. Called fledging. They make several products specifically for the MacBook.
  8. Ok. I’m used to just shortening motherboard to mobo.
  9. Awesome so that would convert to the normal standard.
  10. It was made for a MacBook ssd. It’s made to use the company’s own ssds. They make ssds specifically for MacBooks. I just used one of theirs to upgrade my MacBook.
  11. Ok I understand that. But why did you say my mbp doesn’t have an nvme slot. It does which is why I was able to get the drive.
  12. Thanks. I probably wouldn’t even get much since it’s only 128 gbs. I found an external exclosure for a mbp ssd. I may just get that and use it as a fast flash drive. Only bottlenecks by the speeds of usb.
  13. I think you misunderstood my post. My pc doesn’t have an nvme slot. I have an old ssd that came from my MacBook that I want to use in my pc.
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