How to install Ubuntu Server and set up static IP (WiFi) on Raspberry Pi 3

Setting up a headless OS is always painful and imagine the situation to do it without a monitor or keyboard. Here in this post, I will demonstrate how to setup Ubuntu Server in a Raspberry Pi and connect to WiFi with a static IP. The process includes the following steps, Installation of Raspberry Pi Imager Flash Ubuntu Server to SD Card Initial setup of Ubuntu Server on Raspberry Pi Configuring Static IP in Ubuntu Server's netplan network manager. Raspberry Pi Imager Raspberry Pi Imager is an SDcard burner program from the Raspberry Pi foundation aimed to make installation of different OSes in the Pi easier. You can navigate to the below link to download and install Pi Imager for your operating system. Source: Flash the SD card with Ubuntu Server Connect an SD card (preferably with storage 16GB or more) to your laptop/PC and launch Pi Imager application. From the listed Operating Systems, choose Ubuntu Server 64 bit version. I choose the 6

How to remove TWRP from Android Phone - Nubia Z11 miniS

Hi, today I'm sharing an interesting experiment done on my Nubia Z11 miniS (NX549J). I have rooted this android device using TWRP but later noticed that software patches from Nubia aren't automatically updating. So, I decided to go back to factory system by removing TWRP and by flashing default ROM. 1. Download stock ROM for your device. Visit your phone manufacturer's website and download stock ROM for your specific model. In my case it was in .  2. Extract the .zip file into your PC. Extract the downloaded firmware to your system. Extracted files will look similar to this.  3. Install ADB and fastboot. These are needed to interact with your phone from a PC. If you are using Ubuntu flavors please make use of "apt install". 4. Follow these ADB and fastboot commands adb devices       # To list connected android devices sudo adb reboot bootloader        # To boot device to recovery mode sudo