Tablet – Galaxy Tab S4 – Security patch difference. webrtc does not work anymore

I have 2 Galaxy Tab S4, model number: SM-T830, and I have a program that connects video via WebRTC (connect to the rasp Pi WiFi, then go to the program localhost page, then it loads the program fine, motors and all but pi hosted video is not loading, it works on the original tablet that has one Security patch level from 1 June 2018 but for the tablet that does not work, it has one Security patch level from December 1, 2018, Any ideas on how to reset or why it does not work? I also use Firefox, the video runs consistently on webrtc on the original tablet flawlessly.

On the original tablet, the video streams are loaded within 5 seconds (ICE server). On the non-functioning tablet, the video stream simply will not load.

Maybe it has something to do with the auto-run feature of Firefox? Personally, it may have something to do with the difference Security patch level on the Android operating systems. Firefox and all have the same settings. Including to go about: config and then stop Fullscreen api.allow-Trusted requests-only to not correct

I also can not install custom ROM or flash the Android tablets I have.

Windows – Problems Booting USB with RCA W101 V2 Tablet with UEFI BIOS

I feel like a noob again. It looks like this tablet (RCA W101 V2) just can not boot a USB device. There is nowhere in the BIOS to enable legacy USB or the like. The FN F7 (choose the home directory menu) does not seem to show it. Am I missing something? I should be able to copy the installation files to a fat32 USB drive and boot that way with uefi, but for all my life I can not get this thing to boot a USB drive. And the built-in recovery methods seem to be hosed down by the user.

Many Thanks

python – Shortest Path on a Snake and Ladder Tablet (Update)

Previously, I had published a rather inefficient recursive solution to the problem of getting the fewest number of moves through a snake and ladder panel.

I have found a much faster solution with the Dijkstra algorithm and believe that it is correct.

Each box on the board is linked to a box between 1 and 6 that is larger than the box with a weight of 1 (equal to a roll of 1 to 6 on a die). All snakes and ladders connect squares weighing 1. The goal was to get the lowest total cost of the path between 1 and 100 (here 0 and 99, since I used list indexes).

This is the first time I implement the Dijkstra algorithm and the first time I use it namedtuples, I'm not sure if using namedtuples was appropriate, but it made it clearer in my mind.

I think I have massively overly complicated code parts, especially within the to the Loop under the condition if edge.start == next_item:, I seem to use much too much list comprehension, and I know the solution will be slower than it could be. Could someone help me find better ways to access the variables in my queue of named tuples?

"" Calculate the shortest way across a snake and ladder tableau with Dijkstra's shortest path. ""
from collections import namedtuple

Edge = namedtuple ("Edge", ("Start", "End", "Cost"))
Stack = namedtuple ("stack", ("start", "pathcost", "totalcost")


Class graph:
Class generates graph and calculates shortest path
def __init __ (self, edges):
"" Generate edges in the graph ""
self.edges = [Edge(*edge) for edge in edges]

    def dijkstra_path (self, start, end):
Function that calculates the shortest path
if start> = end or start < 0 or end > 99:
Return -1
Queue = sorted (
(
Stack (edge.end, edge.cost, edge.cost)
for edge in self.edges
if edge.start == start
)
Key = lambda x: x[2].
)
during the queue:
next_item, _, current_total = queue.pop (0)
if next_item == end:
Return current_total
for edge in self.edges:
if edge.start == next_item:
if edge.end in [item.start for item in queue]:
current_cost = [
                            item.totalcost for item in queue if item.start == edge.end
                        ][0]
                        
                        
                        
                        if not current_cost <edge.cost + current_total:
Queue = [item for item in queue if item.start != edge.end]
                            queue.append (
Stack (edge.end, edge.cost, edge.cost + current_total)
)
otherwise:
queue.append (
Stack (edge.end, edge.cost, edge.cost + current_total)
)
Queue = sorted (queue, key = lambda x: x[2])


def build_graph ():
chessboard
list_board = [[i, i + j, 1] for i in the range (100) for j in the range (1, 7)]# Ladders
list_board.append ([1, 37, 1])
list_board.append ([19, 59, 1])
list_board.append ([28, 63, 1])
list_board.append ([55, 99, 1])
# Snakes
list_board.append ([91, 13, 1])
list_board.append ([86, 11, 1])
list_board.append ([53, 2, 1])
list_board.append ([41, 13, 1])
return list_board

if __name__ == "__main__":
GRAPH = graph (build_graph ())
FROM = 0
TO = 100
NUMBER_STEPS = GRAPH.dijkstra_path (FROM, TO)
if not NUMBER_STEPS == -1:
print (f "Can finish the game in at least {NUMBER_STEPS} dice")
otherwise:
print ("Error, make sure the starting point is between 0 and 99 and less than the endpoint",
"what must be the same or equal to 99")

Can not connect with WhatsApp on Android phone / tablet

After downloading WhatsApp, adding the number, code and name, and shortly thereafter the message was displayed that this number is not a registered number, I had to "verify" myself after being asked again to enter my number, name and password and the new code again! After doing this several times, I can not enter anything for 2 hours now. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG!