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  1. my android Huawei phone is broken and i want to transfer all its data to my laptop . When I connected my broken phone in the laptop USB port and executed the adb devices command , I got empty devices . Moreover , My phone is not shown in the device manager . There is no trace of yellow mark . my OS is windows 7 64 bit . I do not know if the USB debugging option is enabled in my broken phone as I cannot look at it because my phone is broken and therefore , I cannot enable it if it is disabled This is what I did : 1- I put my broken
  2. like the title mentions , I am asking what does BitTorrent connecting to peers 0.0% mean ? second question : why it does not download but it remains or it sticks on 0.0% ? third question : Is there a solution to make it download ? best regards
  3. In this site there is someone who is asking for an answer to some numbers sequence : https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-next-number-in-the-series-7-11-13-17-19-How I put the sequence of numbers in this sequence solver online : http://alteredqualia.com/visualization/hn/sequence/ However , I saw a contradiction in both results : the sequence solver says the next number in the sequence is 7 meanwhile Quora says the answer is 23 I know that the answer of Quora is the right one . I would like to know why the sequence solver gives 7 as an answer if the right answer is
  4. Service like what for example ? how is this exactly done ? can you explain me ? and how is internet sent from this so called provider to the customer through the USB stick ?
  5. By all due respect , it is nonsense : an internet service provider is a company . companies sell their products , in this case internet , to get money . So if I , as company , want to get money why should care of protecting my clients wallet ? In trading and business there is no emotions or generosity or moral values . Only one thing matters , for all companies , and that is the capital and profit . However , even if we assume what you wrote is right , my ISP want to protect my wallet , again even so it is still nonsense because even if I am not disconnect from the internet in case of in
  6. So after 10 minutes of inactivity , there will be an automatic disconnection from the internet . Here comes my second question , to which I got no answer , why is it made so that when a user is inactive for specific period of time , he will be , automatically, disconnected from the internet ? and the third question : should I change the option to 120 minutes ? like that if I am inactive for 30 minutes than I will not automatically be disconnected , after 10 minutes , from the internet ?
  7. I have a mobile internet that is I used a sim card in an USB stick and plug it in my laptop to get internet . In the configuration page of the internet , I got , in the advanced settings in the mobile connection Auto Disconnect Interval(Min): 10 there are other options like 5 , 20 and 120 1) what is meant by auto disconnect interval or automatic disconnect interval ? 2) for what purpose is the auto disconnect interval made ? 3) Should I let the option to 10 or is it better to change it to 20 or 120 ? I mean what is the best option ? Best regards
  8. You know yourself that the above script will trigger an error when you try to execute it in the web console because of the angle brackets and the same with a scratchpad . Moreover , when I saved the above code in notepad ++ as html then try to run it using Firefox , it does not display the content of the text file but only its name . So what to do ?
  9. So now I did like this : <html> <script> function onChange(event) { var file = event.target.files[0]; var reader = new FileReader(); reader.onload = function(event) { console.log(event.target.result) }; reader.readAsText(file); } </script> <body> <input type="file" onchange="onChange(event)"> </body> </html> However , it did not print the content of the text file otherwise the name of the text file . Why ? and how to correct it ?
  10. Thanks . So I have a text file in my computer and tried to print its content using console log : var m ; var reader = new FileReader(); reader.onload = function(event) { var contents = event.target.result; }; m = reader.readAsText(C:\m.txt); console.log(m); However I got this error : Exception: SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list . what is the cause of the error and how to correct it ?
  11. Yes but I do not understand what it means : var file = event.target.files[0]; and this var file = event.target.files what is the meaning of them ? ok what do you mean by getting the data in it ? you mean , literary , reading the file line by line ?
  12. 1) I do not understand what is this : var file = event.target.files[0]; could you please explain it and what it does ? 2) reading a file means opening it only ? 3) So if I want to print the content of a file in the console log of my browser then I , necessarily , need a load event handler ? best regards
  13. So that implies that without the load event handler , the browser will block the reading of the file until it executes its own instructions and therefore the whole procedure will be synchronous ? what if I want only to read a file ? do I need , though , a load event handler ?
  14. OK that explains ,very well, what is an event handler . my question was not why we use a load event . My question was why we need onload event handler after reading the file content ? I understand that an event handler is a function executed when an event is triggered . So based on this , an onload event handler is a javascript function which is executed after the file is read . Again based on this I asked , why we need onload event handler after reading the file content? in other words , why we need a function to be executed after the file is read ? and what this function that should
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    registry backup

    thank you that is a brilliant idea . I will try it
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