I was using my Samsung Galaxy S10e to provide internet access to my Ubuntu 18.04 LTS tower via USB tethering and it was working well until I updated my S10e, when it stopped working. I’ve tried enabling and disabling USB debugging on my phone, but it isn’t working. How can I solve this.
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After upgrading to Ubuntu my Samsung wifi Multifunction printer prints random characters regardless of the version of the suldr driver.
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Not sure if I properly unterstand they way TRIM on SSD is supposed to work. According to
lspci I’ve got the following device: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd NVMe SSD Controller SM981/PM981. It shows up as nvme0 in /dev. In Ubuntu 19.04 standard configuration, systemd regulary runs
fstrim -Av by systemd
fstrim.service. According to this commands output it only trims /boot/efi and /boot, but not my other filesystems and partitions.
According to documentation I found,
fstrim is only possible if
hdparm -I lists TRIM as a capability of the disk. This just fails with “Inappropriate ioctl for device” and doesn’t list any capabilities at all.
I guess something is broken here?
This happens on Ubuntu 19.04 with latest upgrades applied. The filesystems that are supposed to be trim’ed are on a partition in nvme0, which is setup as LUKS device, which in turn contains an LVM PV with various logical volumes.
So my pc began failing last week giving me ext4-fs and IO errors. I have a Samsung 960 pro 512GB. I searched around and found that some people got these errors, tried the workarounds and it won’t work. If i boot windows 10 and use Crystalmark, it says the ssd is perfectly fine. I don’t use windows very much but didn’t observe any crashes while using it. Samsung Magician says everything is fine and latest firmware is installed. I’m using linux mint 18.3
I recently purchased a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Watch off Amazon through a third-party seller. Now, a few hours later, it occurs to me that it is possible that the previous owner could have rooted the device and that the refurbishing process did not undo it. I can’t just do a factory reset from the watch itself, since the owner could have modified the bootloader to only go through the motions of resetting, while keeping the compromise intact.
- Is this something that I actually need to worry about?
- If so, then how can I check my new Galaxy Watch for compromised firmware? Is there an official process I can run, perhaps a reference firmware that I can compare to?
- If I find such firmware, is there a way to remove it? Alternatively, is there an external reset process I can do on the watch to ensure that no malware is left on the device, whether or not it is there?
Some miscellaneous information:
- Primarily, I am concerned about the watch being used by a remote attacker to collect login credentials, such as for Samsung and Google accounts and potentially payment information (such as through Samsung Pay).
- I do not have any reason to believe I could be specifically targeted – I imagine the device would be compromised as part of a random sample to get credentials.
- I cannot get around using my Samsung account, since I plan on using the watch to track sleep and physical activity.
- If I end up finding compromised firmware, or have no method of ensuring that my device is not compromised, I plan on returning the watch and buying a factory new one.
Device: Samsung Duos (SM_A300H) Android version 5.0.2
I want something very basic: that my samsung galaxy a3 works like a phone and makes sound only for call, sms and alarm. No more FB nor email nor whatever notifications.
I googled and found some answers that doesn’t suit my device. They say:
Go to Settings -> Device -> Sound -> Default Notification Sound -> Silent. Next, set your text message sound to whatever you want.
Settings -> Sounds and Notifications, and there I can silent notifications, but there is zero options for message.
Smartphones are so smart that they aren’t phone anymore 🙁
This is what I see when I press sound button + options:
My Samsung A50 keeps dropping the wifi (I suspect, Whatsapp web declares that the phone is unreachable). How can I keep it on? I noticed it’s exactly five minutes after I press the button.
Please note that I already tried googling, as well as any proposed solution, and I disabled every possible thing that might put the application to sleep. I also noticed that every googling I did refers to options that are not present on the A50 (e.g. “Put wifi to sleep”).
At this point I am out of ideas. Help?