Chromebook mBot Bluetooth connection solution

Makeblock mBot for Scratch X Bluetooth Connection

Connecting the mBot with Bluetooth on a Chromebook begins by resetting the firmware to clear out any code on the mCore board.

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Uninstalling Apps on chromebooks

Most applications on Chromebooks don’t take up too much space, but you might want to clean out apps every once in a while. I often need to get rid of apps that are out dated, haven’t been updated by the developer or have been made obsolete buy other apps.

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Installing Apps on Chromebooks

The installation of apps for Chromebooks is different from what we are used to on traditional desktop computers. The installation of apps more closely resembles the installation of apps on mobile devices like smart phones and tablets. Like Windows and Mac platforms, Chrome has an app store. Most of the apps in the Chrome Store can be easily installed in a few clicks. This is because most of the apps pull the necessary resources from […]

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Pinning Apps To The Shelf on Chromebook

The shelf is like the Dock in Mac or the Taskbar in Windows. We can place commonly used apps on the Shelf for easy access. The apps have to be installed first before they can be pinned to the Shelf. Let’s find an app to pin. Click once on the Launcher.

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Hiding The Chromebook Shelf

Chrome calls it the shelf, Mac calls it the Dock and Windows calls it the Task Bar. The shelf is where we place shortcuts to apps and we display information. This information includes the time, battery level and keyboard layout information. The shelf is automatically placed on the bottom of the screen and is always visible. In this lesson we will learn how to change the position of the shelf and automatically hide the shelf […]

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