This guide is meant for advanced users who wants to get rid off Windows 11's bloatware and telemetry. Last tested on Windows 11 22000.376. Gets rid of bloatware. Disables most of the telemetry. Better performance. Optimizes Windows 11 for gaming as well as productivity. Strips Windows 11 to barebones (In Advanced removal below). Unfortunately, it also breaks Sysprep and the sfc/scannow commands.
This is a GPS/radio tracker for high altitude balloons. It uses a GPS receiver to determine its position, and a LoRa transceiver to transmit that position to the ground. It is written in C for the Pi Pico microcontroller, using the official C/C++ SDK. The resulting executable code can be downloaded to the Pico using a serial programming/debug cable as described in the Pico C/C++ SDK manual. You will need a means of receiving the telemetry from your tracker. One popular option is the Pi LoRa HAB gateway.
This post will detail the steps involved to configure an Android device to audit the traffic of any app installed on it, requiring no other device to be physically present. The device will have to be rooted in order to install the software required for this setup. All of the software required in this post is free of cost and open-source, not requiring an extra penny of investment above and beyond that of the device itself. The end result will allow the user to open an app in a specialized way that allows the traffic to be logged, without attaching extraneous devices or requiring the device to be connected to any specific network or access point.
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