In my last post, I mentioned a co-worker alerted me to problems with file transfers in Skype for Business failing.
I did promise to do a post on her situation once we resolved the issue. Well, we resolved it!
I documented the troubleshooting steps we took. Many didn’t help our problem, but they might help yours. Like most technical issues, what fixes one instance may not fix another.
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If you’ve ever encountered an application that is stuck installing, it can be incredibly frustrating. Not only is that progress bar stuck for eternity, you also lose access to the app, while it’s waiting to be updated. There are assorted reasons for why this might happen, but more often than not, it’s due to storage issues. Your iOS device might have had sufficient storage space to install the apps, but now it’s bumping up against the capacity of your iPhone or iPad and refuses to update. Here are a few solutions on how to fix iPad or iPhone apps that are stuck installing.
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The download went well and wireless worked out of the box. With two exceptions, there was little that was different from the Debian-based Openbox distributions that I usually use. The first noteable difference was a tool that presented itself at the end of the main installation. This tool allowed the installer to choose from a set of applications in each of the 5 main Linux application categories. There were 4 to 10 applications offered in each category. This was a welcome addition because it reduced the normally long task of removing, installing and configuring apps to finally get what I like. For Debian-based distros, I have this down to a science, but here I was on new terrain, which I quickly discovered. The second noteable difference had real substance: no synaptic, apt-get or aptitude!
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Are you using an Honor 8? If so, check this post to learn several tips and tricks for using your phone.
1. Location of the default wallpapers
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Microsoft has updated its ‘by the Numbers’ website, offering a snapshot of the company’s progress on products, corporate responsibility, and employee diets. But while it has made gains in some areas, in some others it hasn’t moved much.
Somewhat surprisingly, the company reports that “more than 1.2 billion people use Office” worldwide, equal to one in seven people on earth. It reported the exact same figure last year based on November 2014 statistics. In 2013, Microsoft reported over one billion Office users, again equal to one in seven people on earth.
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WhatsApp status update
Facebook (FB) has been vague about its WhatsApp monetization plans. It has hinted several times that it would like to avoid selling ads on the app (application). But recent developments at WhatsApp suggest that the app could be laying the ground for advertising.
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For the Social media users WhatsApp is a must have app on their smartphones. In the world more than 6 billion users uses it to share everything with their friends and family. Now WhatsApp Messenger app is available on Samsung Z2 smartphone. It is native app from Facebook developers and it don’t need any intermediate tools to install. It is good news for users that it available to use on Z2, but there are some gaps in WhatsApp on the Z2 version.
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