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[SSD] How do SSDs differ from hard drives?

An SSD works entirely different than a typical hard disk drive, though both serve the primary function of storing and accessing data. SSDs do not use a spinning disk to store data, instead information is stored on flash memory chips which are proven to be faster. SSDs have extremely low access times, as they don’t require the storage medium to spin up for data access. Thus, all data on an SSD can be accessed instantaneously without the delays of mechanical “seek” times. SSDs have no moving parts, resulting in many benefits over older HDD technology, including greater durability, less power requirements, less heat production and zero noise.

[Wireless Solution] How to restore factory settings?

Operating method for system recovery: in case of irresolvable problems, poke the hole printed with “Reset” with a needle in the power-on state to trigger a button inside so that the system can be restored to the initial state. Press and hold for about 5 seconds, after several seconds, the communication indicator lamp of the WIFI will be off, which means that the WIFI has been successfully restored and is being restarted. After that, all the changes you have made previously will return to the initial state described above.

[Bluetooth] The devices lost the Bluetooth connection. What do I do?

Move the device closer to your Bluetooth device. It will automatically reconnect if you are in rang.

[Bluetooth] My Bluetooth device is asking for a PIN or Password for connection. What do I do?

When asked for a Pin or Password enter 0000 and confirm.

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