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Google will allow transferring apps and other data from iOS to Android

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According to 9to5Google, Google is developing a new iOS app called Switch to Android, which will provide the ability to copy the most important data from your iPhone and transfer apps to Android.

Google currently offers current iOS users to back up contacts, calendar events, and photos to Google Drive when migrating to Android. Then, when the same Google account is added to a new Android device, the content is accessed through the respective apps.

New lines of code found in Data Restore Tool version 1.0.382048734 link to a Google-created app called Switch to Android for iOS. Here are the lines found in the app:

  • Step 1. Download the Switch to Android app from the App Store.
  • Step 2. Go to Wi-Fi settings
  • Step 3. Connect to the network ^ 1 and enter the password ^ 2

It is also confirmed that Switch to Android will allow the transfer of already installed applications: “To transfer applications, SMS messages and contacts, enter the iTunes password.”

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Recurring blue screens of death hit Windows 11 after installing the latest update

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Recurring blue screens of death hit Windows 11 after installing

After installing the latest Windows 11 update, many users started experiencing recurring blue screens of death. OS version KB5013943 conflicts with some antivirus drivers for many users.

The blue screen of death can be the result of errors of all kinds, but is usually the result of a conflict between system files and certain applications or processes. It happens that an update causes problems with certain drivers.

As a reminder, KB5013943 is a security update that was released on May 10th. We’ve already reported that this update has caused issues with some services breaking. Now there is a clarification: the blue screen sometimes appears and disappears so quickly that users cannot read the error message.

Recurring blue screens of death hit Windows 11 after installing the latest update

Sophos has confirmed that its software may be the source of the error. The firm has also posted a workaround that prevents the crash on Windows 11:

  • Go to “Windows 11 Settings” and then to the “Windows Update” section;
  • In the Pause updates section, open the drop-down menu and select Pause for 1 week;
  • Then open the control panel;
  • Navigate to Programs and Features;
  • Click “View installed updates”;
  • In the new window, search for KB5013943;
  • Right-click it and select Delete.

Sources say the Windows 11 22H2 update, codenamed Sun Valley 2, will reach pre-release status as early as May 24.

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The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused crashes

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The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused

A few days ago, Microsoft began rolling out the May Cumulative Update, which is now available for all supported versions of the Windows operating system.

It turned out that this update brings with it not only fixes, but also problems that are expressed in the disruption of the functioning of some services. The software giant has acknowledged the problem.

Reportedly, these are KB5013943 for Windows 11 (build 22000.675) and KB5013942 for Windows 10 (builds 19043.1706, 19042.1706 and 19041.1706). Installing the cumulative update may cause client and server OS authentication failures in a number of services, including Network Policy Server, Routing and Remote Access Service, Extensible Authentication Protocol, and Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol.

The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused crashes

According to the source, the issue is related to how the domain controller handles mapping certificates to users’ computer accounts. The issue does not affect non-domain-controlled client and server OS versions.

Microsoft is currently working on a patch that will fix the bugs mentioned. When exactly it will become available to users is still unknown. Users who encounter issues after installing the cumulative update are advised to manually map certificates to accounts in Active Directory.

It is reported that the RTM version of Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) will be released on May 24th.

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Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) RTM Released May 24th

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Windows 11 22H2 Sun Valley 2 RTM Released May 24th

Sources say that the Windows 11 22H2 update, codenamed Sun Valley 2, will soon reach pre-release status. The source writes that this will happen this month.

According to Neowin, well-known insider WalkingCat has revealed the exact release date for Windows 11 22H2 RTM. He claims that it will be released on May 24th. It is worth noting that the RTM (release to manufacturing) version, although it indicates a certain degree of product readiness, is not final. According to rumors, the final version of the update will be released between September and November.

Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) RTM Released May 24th

Notably, May 24 is also the start date for the Microsoft Build 2022 conference, which will run for three days. During the conference, the Redmond giant will present its latest tools, technologies and updates for various software products.

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