A 2 port VGA switch is used to display two different systems or towers on one screen or monitor. Though two screens are always preferable over one screen for gaming, one may need more than two screens if they are using more than two towers at the same time. To set up a 2 port VGA switch, follow the steps below:
Connect the VGA cable from one of the towers to one of the ports on the VGA Switch
2. Connect the second tower to another port on the VGA switch.
3. Connect a screen or monitor to the port labelled “VGA OUT” on the 2 port VGA switch.
4. Switch between the two towers on the screen using the 2 port VGA switch.
Navigate to android’s home screen. Then, access settings on this screen.
2. Access Status on this screen.
3. Status screen shows the following.
a. Battery Status: Shows whether your cell phone battery is charging or unplugged.
b. Battery Level: Shows the amount of battery life left.
c. Network: Shows either WI-Fi or cellular Network. For example, if connected to a Wi-Fi Network, Network may show as HOME. If connected to a cellular network, it will show the name of the network such as Chatr or Rogers.
d. Signal Strength: Shows either a strong or weak signal in dBm/asu.
e. Cellular Network Type: Shows either 3G, 4G or LTE network based on frequencies and speed of the network.
f. Service State: Shows what is accessible – whether voice or data.
g. Roaming: Shows whether one is inside or outside the coverage zone provided by their cellular plan and provider.
h. Cellular Network State: Shows whether network is connected or disconnected.
i. Phone Number: Shows phone number for the service provider linked with the SIM inside the Android.
j. IMEI: Shows IMEI number. This information may be used to unlock or blacklist cellphones.