## displayport – 2009 Mac Pro vs. 2018 LG Display

I've got a 2009 Mac Pro (5.1 flashed) with a Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 580 8GB GPU that I've acquired to support Mojave. The configuration is fortunately stable since the end of 2018 and has worked as expected with my venerable 30-inch Apple Cinema Display.

However, after a decade of use, the screen was showing signs of pixel fatigue. Today, I have unpacked an LG 34BK95U-W 34 "5K monitor and connected it to the RX 580 via DisplayPort.

• Although the graphics processor and monitor apparently support 5120 x 2160 formats via DisplayPort 1.4, I can not achieve a resolution greater than 3440 x 1440.
• Strangely, I have to set the display on DisplayPort 1.1 to get 3440 x 1440.
• When the monitor is set to DisplayPort 1.4, the best I can do is 2560 x 1080.

Until now, I've unplugged everything, plugged it in and everything reinstalled, reset the SMU and zapped the NVRAM. No joy. Attempts to get support from Radeon and LG have (predictably) failed, and the problem is so specific that I could not find anyone in a similar situation. DisplayPort research, while interesting, has not been enlightening.

I would really like to understand how I was wrong. "Everything looks good on paper." I can pack the product and send it back, but I will still have to deal with the need for a new display and the desire (forgive me) of a big screen.

## Current stock of LG firmware in GNU / Linux?

I am looking for a way to update the LG firmware for the LG M700DSK (Q6) under GNU / Linux.

I've tried to run LG UP although Wine does not seem to open the installation program of the LG 8998 USB DLL. The installation of LG UP itself is well done. Is it possible to flash these * .KDZ in a Linux environment?

## lg – Text to speech on Android

I went to the Play Store to search for a speech synthesis application. To my surprise, this means that I already have one: Google Text To Speech and that it was probably already activated. Indeed, in the settings, he was there. But not a word – zero – on how to use it, or direct it to an arbitrary text, and have it begin to read.

who rented what this app can do – but use it, control it? No joy. Then I read in this article about Read Aloud, an extension of Chrome. Apparently, Google TTS, despite its name, is NOT used to read text ?! I guess no matter if there is no way to control it. So I started reading aloud, having checked that it worked on mobile and not just on the desk.

Supposedly, you can control it from an icon. But after clicking the button, did I see an icon? No of course not. People, what am I missing here? I just want to use my phone to read arbitrary text. How can I get there? Thank.

## 8.1 oreo – Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 can not connect to the LG FH2 speaker due to a Bluetooth profile incompatibility

I found that my LG FH2 speaker uses the A2DP profile protocol:

… while my Android phone can not connect to it because it has a different profile, AVRCP:
https://source.android.com/devices/bluetooth/services

Please note that I am not trying to turn my phone into an audio sink, only the audio gateway suits me perfectly.

How can I install, push, hack or load sideways via ADB A2DP Bluetooth profile to be able to connect my mobile to my speaker?

Edit: This is a global version of Redmi Note 5 (model M1803E7SH Latin America)

## twrp – Flash recovery Lg Aristo 2 Fastboot – FAILED (remote: 'unknown command')

I've recently tried to make twrp blink on my Lg Aristo 2, when I launched the code under OEM Unlock, a device came out with the same message "FAILED (remote: unknown command & ### 39;). "
I started backing up my phone and he came to a setup screen, I set up my phone and he said that he was unlocked OEM. When I try to flash a custom recovery, or execute a command with fastboot at the beginning, I get "FAILED (remote: unknown command") and it does not work not. May I have help please?

## restart – LG K20V blocked in fast start mode

My LG K20V is currently stuck in fastboot mode. I have run the ADB / Fastboot tool via the Windows 10 command line prompt.

The Fastboot Devices command recognizes the device. The Fastboot Reboot command indicates that it has been executed successfully. However, the phone does not restart.

Any help to solve it will be appreciated!

## Want to root my lg k30

I would like to learn about … well everything. I am looking for a teacher and I am willing to pay. By all that I mean, 0 and 1, networks, bios, linux, wildebeest, programming, hacking, development, sex bots, etc. I am currently working on rooting my LG K30. I've rooted a phone 10 years ago. It was simple Downloaded a penguin and boom. Two red eyes and three weeks later, nada. If someone is willing to help, that would be greatly appreciated.

## How to solve the problem of LG mobile screen?

I have a LG laptop when I bought this laptop in a store, it was 100% in good condition, but after a year, it is now doing damage every day.
Point problem that came on my touch mobile on one side after 1 month, it becomes so big that the effect on my display screen see.How can I solve this problem.Is this a solution without change his contact

## 6.0 marshmallow – Storage suitable for LG Stylo2

I recently bought a 64GB SD card. The soonable adoptable storage discovered is disabled on Pen2, so I can not change the storage of applications from internal storage to an SD card.
I followed instructions on another forum explaining how to enable adoptable storage on my phone using ADB commands.
It worked.
But now, my "Storage and USB" settings indicate both the internal storage and the SD card, but the File Manager only displays the internal storage.
And instead of having 16 GB of internal and 64 GB external File Manger only displays 10 GB TOTAL!
It seems that this has been partitioned incorrectly.
Is there a way that I can solve this problem?
I included a picture of some screenshots of the problem and the code I used. I really hope you can help!

Correction: I'm exhausted, so I thought I might have missed something. I looked at the code of the other forum and the one that I entered. I went back and entered the code, but the problem remains. The code is as follows:

partition disk sm: 179.64 private
sm list all volumes

When I entered the code for the first time, I missed line 3. I went back and entered afterwards in vain.

It would be nice to partition about 8 GB for the adopted storage, the remaining 56 GB of the 64 GB SD card in "portable" / external storage.

## Algorithmic Analysis – Show that \$ lg (n!) \$ Is or is not \$ o ( lg (n ^ n)) \$ and \$ omega ( lg (n ^ n)) \$

My instructor has assigned a problem that asks us to determine which asymptotic limits apply to a certain $$f (n)$$ for a certain $$g (n)$$, in my case $$f (n) = lg (n!)$$ and $$g (n) = lg (n ^ n)$$. For clarity, the convention we use in our class is: $$lg = log_2$$, the "binary logarithm".

I know that by approximation of Stirling, $$lg (n!)$$ grows up in $$O (n lg (n))$$and evaluate the limit $$lim_ {n to infty} frac {n lg (n)} {n lg (n)} = C$$, a constant> 0, etc. $$lg (n!)$$ is in $$theta ( lg n ^ n)$$.

$$theta$$ also means that my $$f (n)$$ is $$O (g (n))$$ and $$Omega (g (n))$$but that does not mean that my $$f (n)$$ is in $$o (g (n))$$ or $$omega (g (n))$$.

For that, I think I should evaluate $$lim_ {n to infty} slash { lg (n!)} { lg (n ^ n)}$$but I'm not sure.

What strategy would I use to show that $$f (n)$$ is in $$o (g (n))$$ or $$omega (g (n))$$? Would I evaluate $$lim_ {n to infty} slash { lg (n!)} { lg (n ^ n)}$$?