Below are the instructions that I need to carry out:
1. Navigate to the Symantec AntiVirus virus definitions directory (default location is: `/opt/Symantec/virusdefs`) in the terminal.
2. Remove any `*.tmp` or `temp` files or folders.
3. Remove any numbered folders.
4. Ensure that the 3 remaining folders are empty.
Chance is that there will be empty files (zero byte files) and empty directories (that doesn’t contain any files) in your system. In this article, I will show you how to locate these empty directories and files and delete them.
The command you can use is the "find" command. To find empty directories in the current directory, you use the option -empty:
I have a Samsung galaxy s3 and I was trying to upgrade the firmware to jelly bean 4.2 with odin v3.07 I followed all the instructions, put the phone in download mode and all that but it didnt install the firmware and now my phone is just dead, it appears that it doesnt have any OS at all, when I try to turn it on it just appears the battery charging but it doesnt appear the percentage of it, it
This short tutorial will show you how to remove empty folders from your hard disk automatically. Other than manually searching for empty folders, you may use the Empty Folder Remover 1.2, a free application that helps you cleaning up your hard disk by remove or deleting empty folders automatically. See my tutorial below to remove [...]
Since upgrade to 4.1.1 when I use the camera it crashes the phone. Not a little bit but big time the only way to get it going is to pull the battery. After reinserting the battery it will reboot. It wall be fine time you go to take a picture then crash. Do you think is hardware related or Jelly Bean??
As Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is taken up by more and more manufacturers on their new smartphones hitting the market in the near future, Samsung is in a bit of tight spot in trying to get their best-selling Samsung Galaxy S III updated to Jelly Bean.