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remap

(riːˈmæp)
vb (tr)
1. to map again, to divide into new patterns or districts
2. to relabel or reassign
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com/galaxy-s8s-dedicated-bixby-button-can-be-remapped-using-app-2521878) The Galaxy S8's Dedicated Bixby Button Can Be Remapped Using An App
Users and attackers previously mapped to S1 and S2 are remapped to S4 and S5.
FARM leaders have demanded that the whole of Wales is urgently remapped to ensure "fairness" under a future CAP payments regime.
Remap away for bigger benefits but remember the Cons and the Costs that come along with the performance of a remapped ECU.
6 turbo petrol engine with 30% more power than the Sport model, 18-inch rubber, trick suspension, wider track, lower ride height, four-pot brakes, tuned exhaust and remapped ECU.
Sport GT S boasts a sports exhaust and a remapped ECU to boost the power of the 4.
Birmingham has become the first English city to be digitally remapped by its citizens to give businesses and organisations the opportunity to use maps in a "creative, productive or unexpected" way.
According to Amazon Web Services, developers using Amazon EC2 can now acquire Elastic IP addresses, static IP addresses intended for dynamic cloud computing, which can be dynamically remapped to point to any compute instance in a developer's Amazon EC2 account.
In that case, the entire unit -- which would include a tiny, closed-circuit TV camera, a mechanism for tracking eye movements (to see where the eyes are looking) and a tiny projector that would display the remapped images for the eyes--could be mounted on a pair of glasses.
Mr Barnes said: "We've seen savings of at least a fifth in our fuel costs in the cars that have been remapped, that's made a massive difference.
A remapped ECU and a so-called 'pneumatic valve' exhaust pushes power from the 4.