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The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is nearly the perfect computer- if only the WiFi could do 5ghz and Wireless AC. Turns out it can- for just a $30 card- http://epicreviewguys.com/7260AC and a half hour labor opening up your system. *Note- Some newer Yoga 2 Pros are shipping with a newer card* Feeling game? Here is how to upgrade your Yoga 2 Pro wireless card- step-by-step. If you don't have a Torx 5 screwdriver you will need one to remove the back cover of the Yoga 2 Pro. Here is the cheapest good quality Torx 5 I could find- http://epicreviewguys.com/Torx5 Professionally Closed Captioned CC by Get Transcribed
The Lenovo yoga pro 2 comes with a single band WiFi card which has a lot of disconnecting issues. I've tried many drivers, upgrading to Windows 10, bios updates etc and nothing solved the issues I had. (Even tried tweaking power management settings). Finally I looked into getting a WiFi USB adapter however it might have conflicted with existing WiFi card. Long story short I upgraded the card to a dual band card and hoping this will solve the issue. Card model is "7260NGW Intel Dual Band ACTUAL 7260 802.11ac" Hope this helps you. Just did the video so you can get a real feel on how easy it is to swap it yourself with real time. (15 min) Thanks for watching
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Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo Yoga Book, a futuristic tablet/convertible laptop that's available running Windows 10 or Android 6 Marshmallow (we use the Windows version in this video). It's a 10.1", 1.5 lb. ultraportable that you can take anywhere, and its build and design are impeccable. Open it up and you'll see a 1920 x 1200 IPS touch screen with basic “AnyPen” pen support and a flat surface where the keyboard should be. That's the Create Pad, and it's both a capacitive keyboard and a Wacom EMR digitizer that you can write and draw on (even through paper) with the included pen. The Create pad supports 2,048 pressure levels and has palm rejection, unlike the display digitizer. ** Read our full written review here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/Lenovo-Yoga-Book.htm The Yoga B...
In this video I replace the Wireless N card in my laptop with a Wireless AC card. The speeds went up 6 times. I went back later after finishing this video and got speeds 10 times that of the original adapter. I talk about the type of cards in laptops, whitelists and show the driver installation. I also show USB to Wireless options. Link below. I did some testing after receiving the TP-LINK Archer T4UH AC1200 and got 120Mbps down and 110Mbps up. Not as fast as the internal adapter I installed but not bad either. I good improvement over the original Wireless N adapter. This is the Wireless AC card I install in the video. Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 7260 Half Mini http://amzn.to/2bjTl0Y This is the USB to Wireless adapter I talk about as an easier to install alternative. TP-Link Arc...
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Fix Android WiFi Problem - Can't Connect to the Network Step 1: Go to Settings of your Phone. Step 2: Tap on WiFi. Step 3: Press and Hold the WiFi network that you want to Connect to . Step 4: Tap On Modify network . Step 5: Tap on Advanced options . Step 6: Tap On DHCP under IP Settings. Step 7: Tap On Static . Step 8:Under IP address ,put the IP Address . 192.168.1.(Goes from 1 to 255) and this Must be Unique ,make sure it's not conflicting with the IP address of other Devices iin your Network . Step 9: Don't Touch other settings like Gateway,Network Prefix length ,DNS 1,DNS 2. Step 10 : tap On Save . Thanks for watching,if you like this tutorial ,please like and share . ============================================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoTreeAcademy ...
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