rooted J5 2016 cannot pass google after factory reset [duplicate]

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  • How to bypass “Verify your account” (Factory Reset Protection) 6 answers

I rooted J5 2016 and because of apps issues after an Aptoide update, I did factory reset from twrp. ok and fast. After reboot it wanted to search for updates – neverending and I restarted with out wifi and sim (so, no net available). After first welcome and agreed terms, it wants a name. after the name it asks Just a sec… and dreaded info appears: Not signed in / to use this phone you first have to sign in to an owners guugl account … bla bla. … you have to set up the phone again. and gets back to welcome screen. I have to mention that I debloated the phone as much as I could of guuugl bloatware (playstore, account, apps) How can I surpass this annoying issue?

Thank you for your time!

Outlook 2016 suddenly asking for password but won’t accept it

I have a windows 10 workstation that suddenly started asking for my outlook password. It is an O365 on a windows network. I have tried to reinstalled, remove, delete credentials, etc to no success. It isn’t a password issue. I can access outlook with the same account on another device not on the network or at Office online without issue. Any ideas? My next thought was to remove the computer from the domain or to delete the device from Azure AD. I am open to any help.

Thanks in advance.

Mail blocked from Windows Server 2016, but not since 2008

Good Morning:

I’m running exactly the same script from two different virtual machines:

  • The first in Windows Server 2008 R2
  • The second in Windows Server 2016


  • The SMTP is an external service of a hosting (BlueHost)
  • The script does not generate an error
  • The mail arrives in both cases to internal addresses (from BlueHost)
  • The mail does not reach external addresses (like gmail) in the second case (Win 2016)
  • Both VMs run on the same desktop
  • Both VMs have antivirus and Firewall disabled

I’m looking for help to understand where the problem is. I think there is some strange configuration in Windows 2016 that causes BlueHost to block it or Gmail does not receive it.

I have tried many things, but I arrived at a very strange point, in which I do not understand what happens.

This is the script I use to test, only for test purposes. Since the same error is generated by sending the email from SQL Server Databasemail.

$  EmailTo = "" $  EmailFrom = "" $  Subject = "Test a"  $  Body = "Test Body"  $  SMTPServer = ""  $  SMTPMessage = New-Object System.Net.Mail.MailMessage($  EmailFrom,$  EmailTo,$  Subject,$  Body) $  SMTPClient = New-Object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($  SmtpServer, 26)  $  SMTPClient.EnableSsl = $  false  $  SMTPClient.Credentials = New-Object System.Net.NetworkCredential("", "pass");  $  SMTPClient.Send($  SMTPMessage) 

Some help? Thanks since now!

How can I add an appointment with start and end time directly in the Outlook 2016 calendar?

I can add an appointment to my Outlook calendar by selecting month view, clicking in the cell for the day in question and just writing the name of the appointment. Is it possible to add start and end times for the appointment at the same time?

If I type “My important meeting 14:00 – 15:00” and hit enter, I just get a meeting with all of that in the title and no start/end time attached. Does Outlook support a syntax for this? Or do I have to open the appointment and add the start/end times there?

Can I use SPFx 1.7 with Sharepoint 2016 Feature Pack 2 updated to the latest January 2019 patch?

We have an on-prem Sharepoint 2016 server which has been kept up to date with the latest security and feature updates and patches.

We want to build a client application using SPFx Web parts, particularly interested in React. If I use the current scaffolding generator (1.7), it asks if I want to target Sharepoint 2016 and onward, along with 2019 onward, and simply just Online.

If we select the Sharepoint 2016 option, we get React 15.4 along with “@microsoft/sp” libraries locked to 1.1.x .

If we select the 2019 onward option, then we get React 16.3 along with “@microsoft/sp” libraries locked to 1.7.x .

I’d like to use the latest React features such as the context API and etc when building these webparts, is it possible to deploy the solution built with 2019 onward option onto Sharepoint 2016 ?

If not, can I update my React version in package.json to 16+ while selecting the Sharepoint 2016 scaffolding option ? I know I’ve seen “@microsoft/sp” and “@microsoft/sp-office-ui-fabric-core” libraries that aid in building webparts use the React that is available in your application. Don’t really know if they would break.

Has anyone tried this ?