How to use Arduino IDE to program NodeMCU

1. Install the Arduino IDE from download section of arduino.cc website 2. Run Arduino IDE's arduino.exe3. Arduino IDE >> File >> Preferences (Shourtcut is CTRL + COMMA)>> Settings tab >> on Additional Board Manager URL side type this >> and click ok.http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.jsonThis json object will bring necessary drivers for NodeMCU from the website esp8266.com to our Arduino IDE.4. Arduino IDE >> Tools >> Board >> Boards Manager... >> Type = Contributed >> click on install (Or, search ESP8266 from the search bar)5. Arduino IDE >> Tools >> Board >> NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E MODULE)

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Overclocking Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 ( model P5100 )

Having an old Android Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5100 by my side decided that it is time to tweak it and get some better performance from this old brick.By googling first thing i found that can update it to Cyanogenmod. Latest build for this was CM11 which is Android 4.4 KitKat. Will not go into details here haow to do an install, will say that You can find very detailed instruction at here and Yes, it works perfectly on Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5100 with no noticeable flaws.(On one of the installations of nighly build, after installataion and on last step Setup Wizard crashed with Method Not Found exception and then it was stuck. Found that You can bypass setup wizard by pressing (tapping) on each corner of tablet from upper left, then upper right, lower right and finally lower left. When I bypassed setup wizard everything else worked ok.)One thing I was expecting is to be able to increase cpu speed after this update. But to my regret I found that in Performance settings of this KitKat Maximum CPU Frequency is set strictly to 1008Mhz and cannot be increased.So, once again went to google and found that to…

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