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your apps should still be there if your upgrading from version to version.
Are you coming from a new phone?
If not then you should check that youre logged into to google on the phone.
open the play store and go to my apps and see if your apps are listed.
do a restart if needed.
An ISO file is a CD or DVD image. You burn a disc with this image using a program like CDBurnerXP (a good, free program which is the one I use), or Nero or Roxio which often come preloaded on a system.
If the system has been set up correctly, ISO files should start the burner program for you when you double-click on one. Then you just need to have a disc in the burner and off it goes. Otherwise, you need to start the burning program manually and select the "burn an image" option. Specify the ISO file when you are asked for the image to burn. Do burn an ISO file to a disc using the "create a data disc" option. People often do this and then wonder why the result isn't correct.
Once you converted the ISO image to a real disc, you can either keep it or delete it.
READ the PDF file under Upgrade Guide. Make sure you designate the proper file type when burning CD. Check your burning software.
How to make a firmware update CD Please follow the below procedures. 1 Download the new firmware file from www.samsung.com 2 If the firmware file is compressed (*.zip), the file should be uncompressed to CD image file (*.iso). 3 Please burn the CD image file on a blank CD-R/RW disc 1) Recommended CD Burning Program is Nero Burning ROM. 2) Burning Options (in case of using Nero Burning ROM) A. ‘Recorder’ menu ?? ‘Burn Image…’ ?? Select an uncompressed image file(*.iso) B. Please check ‘Finalize CD (No further writhing possible!)’ C. Please refer to your own CD burning Program Manual if you want to use any other CD burning program for burning ISO image file. D. Make sure if the downloaded software is eligible for your BD-P1400. E. The System Upgrade will not be executed if using the update CD made with NOT following the upper procedures. Warning The following events may interrupt the upgrade process and MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE UNIT WHILE UPGRADING. 1. Unplugging the power plug 2. Power outage 3. Dirt or scratches on the burned CD-R/RW disc 4. Closing or opening a disc tray during update processing How to upgrade the BD-P1400 1. Press OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc tray. 2. Insert the upgrade CD. 3. Press OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray. 4. Please wait about 6 minutes while verifying. Verifying Firmware Version. 5. When below message box comes up, please check the date of the Firmware version. Do you want to update Firmware? >Current Version : 070730.02_XAA >New Version : 070903.01_XAA Yes No 6. Press ‘Enter’ button to choose ‘Yes’ for upgrade and please remove the disc on the tray. If you select ‘No’, BD-P1400 will be automatically powered off. If you don’t see above message box, try another disc. Generally, this is caused by disc quality or a disc creation problem. 7. Please wait for about 7 minutes. Firmware Update. Now, Processing… Please, do not turn off the power. 8. When finished, the screen and the power will turn off automatically. 9. Turn on the unit again. The tray will close automatically. Below screen will show up. Please select the language you want with a corresponding number button. MENU LANGUAGE SELECTION Press 1 for English Pulsar 2 para Español Touche 3 pour Français Macrovision : BSS01 10. If you want to do System Upgrade through the network, please refer to ‘System Upgrade’ Article on the User’s Manual.
Download Hiren's disk and on teir their are heaps of cloning tools. My favourit is Nortons Ghost. This will make an image of your hard drive and burn them onto a dvd for you and once you have done that install your new HD, boot of the Hirens disk, start Nortons ghost then burn the image of your old HD onto the new one and then you can continue your computing from where you left off from.
Dodge tool should be on your toolbar- its like a black circle with a little line coming down diagonally from it- shares a button with sponge and burn so may be hidden behind them. Left hold click if it is that should bring up a little drop down that will let you select the tool you need.
Other than that, a much much better way to dodge/burn is to use layers- go to layers (top of the screen beside file, edit, etc) select new->layer- this should open a box. Now- set the colour drop down to none Mode drop down- Set to soft light, feel free to experiment with hard light etc Tick the soft light neutral colour (50%grey) box- should be at the bottom of the box. Set opacity to somewhere between 5 and 10 %. Click OK
This puts a new layer over your image, now you can use the paint brush- set your colours to black and white, you use white to dodge black to burn. Though this may sound complicated, it soon becomes second nature once your used to it and gives you alot more control of your dodging and burning- leaving you with a much more 'natural' image. Once you get the hang of it you can add new layers (using the same process i went through above) to slowly build up your dodging and burning- changing the opacity level in the layer box to a higher setting means you put more paint on the image- your burning will be darker, dodging lighter. Using mulitple layers also allows you to take away a dodge layer if you think you have gone to far- and saves you stepping backward when you mess up- its almost like painting.
first off, make sure you got the right lamp and it's from sharp, not a "lamp store". the quality varies. it could be burning hotter than it's designed for. second, you may need to reset the setting to factory default (through the menu options). third, you may need flash upgrade. you'll need to contact a sharp service center for that.