I have never had an Android device before so pretty much everything is new to me at this point. I will be writing a bunch of articles regarding the basics of Android and more specifically the basics of Android 4.2 on a Google Nexus 7. In the process of working to root the Nexus 7 I needed to backup everything on the Nexus 7 device including everything that has been configured to date. I also have taken a bunch of screenshots that I wanted to make sure got backed up before I proceed with rooting it. Backing up the Google Nexus 7 is easy but there are a couple steps to make sure you get everything which I have outlined below.
Recently I was doing some testing with various audio settings on a CentOS Linux desktop and found out fairly quick that many of the packages I needed were not available. After some research I located a repository from Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics called Planet CCRMA which is pronounced karma. Below I describe how to install the CCRMA repo on CentOS Linux so you can use yum to install various audio RPM’s.
We wrote an article awhile back on how to synchronize your iPhone with a 64 bit Windows 7 computer and there have been various comments that we wanted to address in a couple different articles. One of those comments was related to an error attempting to play iPhone iPod application music over bluetooth on your Windows 7 computer. After getting some time we were able to duplicate the exact error which is described in detail below along with a couple tricks that can be used to resolve the issue.
If you are unable to play music on the web site www.turkishmusic.org it is most likely that you do not have Real Player installed. When clicking on a link to play music on the site you will receive a pop up asking if you want to open or save a file named t1.pl. The pop up will look like the below.