Flashtool 0.6.9.1 (Windows)

Yep, I know… it’s old. But still useful for someone (like me).

Download Flashtool 0.6.9.1 (Windows)

Latest version? Go to http://www.flashtool.net/

What is Flashtool?

FlashTool is one of the most powerful tools for Sony Xperia devices and has been around since the Xperia X10 days. The utility has been updated to version number 0.9.18.1, which brings a very useful new feature – the ability to download the latest firmware files for your Sony Xperia device.

Once you have downloaded the latest version, simply head over to the Update Checker part of the tool to select and download your firmware. In theory, this negates the need to use two tools (XperiFirm and FlashTool) to create a FTF firmware file as detailed in our recent guide. — http://www.xperiablog.net/

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Disable or deactivate Device Security (Smart Manager)

Device: S7 Edge (SM-G930FD)

Android version: 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Scenario: Accidentally activated the Device Security and not able to deactivate anywhere in Smart Manager app.

Instructions to deactivate:

  1. Open the app drawer and select Settings –> Applications –> Application manager
  2. Click MORE menu on right top –> Show system apps
  3. Search for “COM.SAMSUNG.ANDROID.SM.DEVICESECURITY” and tap
  4. Tap the “CLEAR CACHE” following by “CLEAR DATA” (confirm the DELETE if warning prompted)

Wedding of The Year 2016

Alhamdulillah, 4hb Disember 2016 telah berlangsungnya majlis pernikahan dan persandingan Pak Lang DDD. Hari yang telah lama ditunggu-tunggu adik beradik Mama, maka sesuailah Abah nobatkan majlis tu sebagai Wedding of The Year 2016!

Pada pagi Ahad, majlis pernikahan berlangsung di Masjid Hidayatul Ummah (Kuala Kangsar, Perak). Pada tengahari yang sama, majlis persandingan pula dilangsungkan secara sederhana dengan jayanya.

Memandangkan Abah seorang jurugambar perkahwinan (bekas), maka Abah telah dilantik menjadi jurugambar rasmi pada hari tu. Agak kekok jugak, tapi hentamkan saje hehehe.

Apa-apa pon, selamat pengantin baru dan semoga kekal bahagia hingga ke akhir hayat. Amin…

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Majlis Khatam Al-Quran 2016

25hb Nov 2016 – Syukur Alhamdulillah, tahun 2016 sudah hampir ke penghujungnya. Sesi persekolahan 2016 Darwisyah sudah selesai dan telah menerima sijil tamat pengajian di Majlis Khatam Al-Quran.

Majlis telah dijalankan secara sederhana di dalam dewan Precint 16, dimulakan dengan bacaan surah-surah Al-Quran oleh murid-murid 6 tahun. Ini bermakna, tahun 2016 adalah tahun terakhir mereka belajar di Al-Baghdadi Playtime Centre (APC).

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InsyaAllah, Darwisyah akan menyambung pengajian di APC tahun hadapan. Semoga semua yang telah menamatkan pengajian tahun ini menjadi anak-anak yang soleh dan solehah, terus menimba ilmu agama dan maju jaya dalam menempuh alam persekolahan yang sebenar.

Move files into folders, sorted by month and day with PowerShell

Notes:

  • Not suitable for folder with sub-folders, such as folder of extracted zip file
  • Recommended to execute on a test environment first

Steps:

  1. Change the $files and $targetPath values accordingly
  2. Copy the modified script and paste into Windows PowerShell
  3. Wait

The script:

# Get the files which should be moved, without folders
$files = Get-ChildItem 'CHANGE THIS TO ORIGINAL PATH' -Recurse | where {!$_.PsIsContainer}

# List Files which will be moved
$files

# Target folder where files should be moved to. The script will automatically create a folder for the year and month.
$targetPath = 'CHANGE THIS TO TARGET PATH'

foreach ($file in $files)
{
# Get year and Month of the file
# I used LastWriteTime since this are synced files and the creation day will be the date when it was synced
$year = $file.LastWriteTime.Year.ToString()
$month = $file.LastWriteTime.Month.ToString()

# Out FileName, year and month
$file.Name
$year
$month

# Set Directory Path
$Directory = $targetPath + "" + $year + "" + $month
# Create directory if it doesn't exsist
if (!(Test-Path $Directory))
{
New-Item $directory -type directory
}

# Move File to new location
$file | Move-Item -Destination $Directory
}

Screenshots:

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Before (what a mess!)

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After

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Source:

 

Move files to folder sorted by year and month with PowerShell