Intel CPU perfomance tool

Intel Power Gadget

Intel CPU performance tool

Intel CPU performance tool,  a piece of software used to read various Intel CPU characteristics. Ever wanted to see the current clock speed of your Intel CPU or the power drawn by the CPU or the temperature of your CPU? Well, you can. Using this piece of software made by Intel themselves, you can monitor, clock speeds, temperature, the power drawn and even the utilization of the CPU in one gadget. This works with Intel CPUs on any software.

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Connect to your Raspberry Pi wirelessly!

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Connecting to your Raspberry Pi wirelessly

Ever wanted to connect to your Raspberry Pi wirelessly? You can! Using only a mouse and keyboard once we can access our Raspberry Pi wirelessly across the internet where ever you are in the world! You could be on holiday and can still access your Raspberry Pi at home! Furthermore, this works on all devices; Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS!

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Converting 2 separate existing Oses into a multi-boot with PINN

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Converting 2 separate existing Oses into a multi-boot with PINN

Have you bought an HDD for your Raspberry Pi recently and want to transfer all your separate OSes to the HDD? With this tutorial, you will be able to transfer almost any OS into a multi-boot. Furthermore, you can also boot your Raspberry Pi from a Micro SD card, but the filesystem is on the HDD. Basically what this means is that the boot partitions will be stored on a Micro SD card and that the root partitions will be stored on the HDD. In this tutorial, we will be converting 1 Raspbian and 1 RetroPie Micro SD card into a multi-boot. Continue reading “Converting 2 separate existing Oses into a multi-boot with PINN”

Increase your Raspberry Pi RAM using ZRam!

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Increase your Raspberry Pi RAM using ZRam!

Is your Raspberry Pi running out of RAM quickly? Have you searched found a way to upgrade your Raspberry Pi RAM? I didn’t think so.  ZRam is basically compressed memory similar/same to swap memory. This tutorial is based on NovaSpiritTech’s ZRam script, so credits to him.

Things needed:

  • A Raspberry Pi 2 or better
  • Raspbian on 8GB Micro SD card (minimum)
  • Keyboard, mouse, power supply, monitor/TV

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Installing PINN on your Raspberry Pi

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Installing PINN on your Raspberry Pi

PINN (PINN is not NOOBS)can easily be installed on your Raspberry Pi is easy to do. It is better then NOOBS because PINN allows your to edit the config.txt file straight from the startup application. This can be useful if you overclocked your Raspberry Pi too much and it becomes unstable. PINN also supports custom OSes. You can add your existing versions of Raspbian, RetroPie, etc. As well as coming with large database of images, you can make multiple copies of the same exact OS. You can keep boot files on an SD card and keep OSes on a USB drive if needed. This means you only need a 4GB SD card!

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Android On Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/CM Dev Kit

Android On Raspberry Pi

Have you ever wanted a cheap android device? Well, now you can! We will be downloading and installing Android on a Raspberry Pi 3B! (or later, not 3A)

Things needed:

  • Monitor or touchscreen
  • Raspberry Pi 3B or later (3A cannot be used)
  • 8GB Micro SD card (this is the bare minimum)
  • Power supply
  • Mouse, Keyboard is optional

Video Tutorial:

how do i get android?
  1.  Make an account on Emteria.com.emteria os website android raspberry pi
  2.  Download the Emteria.OS Installer for your computer system.emteria os download page
  3.  Open the downloaded file, and run the application.
  4.  Insert a 8 GB Micro SD card into your computer.
  5.  Open the installer and log in using your Emteria credentials.
  6.  Follow the steps for Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+emteria os installer raspberry pi 3B
  7.  After the installation has finished, eject the SD card and pop it into your Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+ .
  8.  Connect the Raspberry Pi to a monitor or television screen, keyboard, and mouse.
  9.  Plug in a micro USB cable into an adequate power supply and the Raspberry Pi.
  10.  Follow the setup process on your screen.

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