Keyboard Backlight Not Working in Linux (Fedora 18 Spherical Cow/Fedora 19 Schrödinger’s Cat) – ASUS N56V

Backlit keyboards are pretty usual these days, beside being cool looking, they are very useful at night. When I first installed Fedora 18 ‘Spherical Cow’ in my new ASUS N56V, the keyboard backlight was working perfectly. After updating to (I believe) kernel version 3.8.x the keyboard backlight stopped working, bummer. I did my research and […]

IntelliSense in Eclipse

By setting up some preferences in Eclipse, we can achieve an IntelliSense-like behavior in Eclipse. If you have ever used Microsoft Visual Studio, then let me explain what IntelliSense is. IntelliSense can speed up your coding by auto-completing your words as you type, lets say you have aVeryLongVariable in your code, as soon as you […]

How to Calibrate the Phone’s Battery After Flashing a new ROM or Kernel

If you are like me, changing roms very often, you will find yourself calibrating your phone’s battery very often. I remember the first rom I flashed back when I had my Sprint Hero, battery life was terrible after flashing it, and since I was a n00b back then, I did not know that I had […]

Setting Up ADB/USB Drivers for Android Devices in Linux (Ubuntu)

If you are like me and like developing in Linux, then you will find this guide useful. When I was setting up everything for my Android development, I ran into the problem that Linux was not recognizing my Android phone, and took me some time figuring out how to make Linux recognize my phone. Finally, […]

How To Give a Computer Maintenance in Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit)

This will guide you through the process of giving general maintenance to a computer running Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit). If your system is not running the way it was running when first bought, then it needs a tune up. This guide will also tell you how to save some valuable space in your […]