Moto G 2014 Factory Reset

(Aus dem Kommentar https://www.reddit.com/r/MotoG/comments/32a3ry/moto_g_2014_stuck_in_device_locked_status_code_0/cq9ql4t)

Fehlermeldung ist “Device locked – Status Code 0”. Einzige Abhilfe war ein Factory Reset, weil sämtliche Tasten ohne Funktion waren. Dieser läuft folgendermaßen ab:

  • turn off phone
  • go to (first) boot mode -power and volume down at the same time
  • once there navigate ONLY with volume down
  • select recovery and then press volume up
  • wait for the dead android guy
  • then with that on the screen press volume up and power at the same time several times until it takes you to recovery
  • once there before you do the factory wipe you wipe the partition cache. Then factory wipe. And you are done

Link

RASPBERRY PI – WLAN EINRICHTEN (EDIMAX)

Hervorragender Artikel zur Einrichtung eines EDIMAX MicroUSB WLAN Sticks am RaspberryPi

Der Vollständigkeit halber der Inhalt der Datei /etc/network/interfaces:

auto lo

iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet dhcp

auto wlan0
allow-hotplug wlan0
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
wpa-ap-scan 1
wpa-scan-ssid 1
wpa-ssid "SID"
wpa-psk "PP"

iface default inet dhcp

Android FAQ: Turn on Debugging Mode

Found the answer in mr.boyfox post:

Solution

To see the option for USB debugging mode in Nexus 4 or Android 4.2 or higher OS, do the following:

Open up your device’s “Settings”. This can be done by pressing the Menu button while on your home screen and tapping “System settings”
Now scroll to the bottom and tap “About phone” or “About tablet”.
At the “About” screen, scroll to the bottom and tap on “Build number” seven times.
Make sure you tap seven times. If you see a “Not need, you are already a developer!” message pop up, then you know you have done it correctly.
Done! By tapping on “Build number” seven times, you have unlocked USB debugging mode on Android 4.2 and higher. You can now enable/disable it whenever you desire by going to “Settings” -> “Developer Options” -> “Debugging” ->” USB debugging”.

I’ll add the link he set to Setting up a Device for Development native documentation of Google Android developer site.