Showing posts from October, 2012

Update of LOVE from office =D

I have lots of idea yet to post..lack of time and lack of a stable Internet connection at home. I arrived office super early recently, while I do not feel like to start working so early, might as well do a post. Last weekend I went to Melaka to find my love one again. As usual we hang around at Melaka town. We had our lunch at Wazen Japanese Restaurant and we did not remember to take any picture there. Too hungry maybe. =P After that we went to watch 犀利人妻. A rather slightly above average movie for me. Made some good point about love that I agree of, but the movie filmography sometimes is so random that I feel weird. Laugh die near the wedding ceremony at the end. Recommendation level? 6.22/10 At night we went to 烔锅  once again and again it was very very good. More details can read on my previous post about it. The second day we went 潮州肉骨茶 for breakfast/brunch. I have always miss this place alot after I came KL to work. Finally I am able to fulfill my crave. Thanks darli

‎[Tutorial] Use your windows 7 to setup a Software Wireless Access Point (SoftAP) to share your PC Internet connection without any extra hardware or software (NOT Ad-Hoc)

     I got my Nexus 7 a few days ago, and it doesn't have a 3g modem in it. That means I cannot use a mobile internet with this device. Tried to create an ad hoc network in my windows 7 pc, and it cannot even detect the ad hoc network. This is already a known problem for android ICS (ice Cream Sandwich) and Jelly Bean.      After some research, I found out that ICS and JB only can detect "Infrastructure" based WiFi signal. Ad hoc network is using another type of signal that ICS and JB cannot detect unless you root and tweak your phone's wpa_supplicant files. In which they are known to cause abnormal behavior of the OS itself.      So, I call myself an IT professional and a hacker . How can I surrender to such a small problem! There must be a solution somewhere. Again, after some research, I realized that Windows 7 actually provide 2 drivers for a network card. Basically 1 of it is what you use everyday, as a client that receive service from an AP. The other 1, is