Last updated: 2022/3/25
I bought two smart bands to monitor sleep and heart rate. It’s interesting to know which sensor is usedI bought two smart bands to monitor sleep and heart rate. It’s interesting to know the sensors and medical theories behind them.
After using them for more than 10 months, I realize alarms, timers, sleep, and exercise trackers are the most frequently used features to me. The latter two are good at recording durations but not accurate on sleep stages and heart rate. I also found the gyroscope helps to detect motions more precisely than a single accelerometer.
In conclusion, smart bands are good at time management but not heart rate or sleep stages. The sensors and theories are not as accurate to medical equipment.
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Here is a list of accelerators and mini how-to related to Hyper-V in Windows 10 Pro which is different from the Hyper-V on Windows Server. It will be maintained and updated regularly.
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Here is a list of files and directories, mini how-to, and etc. related to TurnKey Linux. It will be maintained and updated regularly.
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Here is a list of accelerators and how-to related to Chrome OS. It will be maintained and updated regularly.
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I need to work with many non-English letters and encounter some issues with Data Loader and Workbench from Salesforce.com. Therefore, I create this post to keep related notes.
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In my salesforce.com org, Process Instance Node still occupy data storage after removing related objects and approval process. I have try several tools to delete unsuccessfully. Therefore, I keep a note and will update this post continuously until they are gone.
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In recently issue mentioned in Check And Solve If Your QNAP NAS Has been Injected a CPUMiner Program, QNAP quickly release Malware Remover 2.1.0 to help. Let’s take a look at this program and go detail.
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I want to copy files from QNAP TS-119P II to Asustor AS-5102T directly. There are many solutions: including ftp, rsync, or mount a shared folder.In my case, rsync is the easiest solution.
TS-119P II runs QTS 4.3.3 while AS-5102T is ADM 2.7.1. Details steps might be different if you are using different firmware versions.
I will also talk about invalid characters in names and how ADM handle it. A must read for non-Windows users.
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I did this test because uploading files to NAS is incredible slow today. The only different is my new WF2190 last week. I spends hours to do a full check of my NAS and eventually find out it is related to driver. I didn’t uninstall D-Link DWA-171 rev A1‘s Realtek driver before installing netis WF2190. During the test, I also learned the difference of my WiFi devices.
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Unlike my other Android device, ZTE Blade Vec 4G doesn’t comes with any widget for HotSpot. It has to be enabled by accessing setup menu which is too complex for my Aunty. I found some useful apps on Google Play using keywords”hotspot toggle”. Here are the best two I like:
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