HowTo: Export and Import GnuPG Keys


  1. Vorhandene Keys auflisten um Schluessel ID herauszufinden:
    gpg --list-keys
  2. Public Key abspeichern:
    gpg -ao mynamefor-public.key --export KEY_ID
  3. Private Key abspeichern:
    gpg -ao mynamefor-private.key --export-secret-keys KEY_ID
  4. Wiederrufszertifikat erzeugen:
    gpg --gen-revoke KEY_ID


gpg --import _something_-public.key
gpg --import _something_-private.key

Move SIM contacts on webOS Device to Google

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  1. Open the Phone App Phone App
  2. For CDMA phones, dial ##66623#. For GSM phones, dial #*66623# and press the green Call Button ( Phone Call)
  3. Tap the green „CelleBrite Export“ button
  4. After „Step 1: Export File…“ is complete, follow directions for „Step 2: Connect USB cable“ and connect your phone to a computer via a USB cable
  5. Access the USB drive by tapping on USB drive notification
  6. Make sure that you set the option on the computer’s File Manager to „Show hidden files and folders“ and then open up the „.temp“ folder on your phone
  7. A file called „PmMigration.vcf“ will be inside the „.temp“ folder. Just copy this file off your phone and on to your computer.
  8. Properly eject your USB drive. You can either just backup this file for later, or use it to import your contact list into a program or site that accepts .vcf files (e.g. Gmail)