Visual Studio 2013 How to modify an existing remote repo URL

Do you, guys, know how to modify the url in the Visual STudio 2013 once it’s set incorrectly. I’m getting the “famous” error saying “blah-blah..This transport isn’t implemented.Sorry.” Good for them, they didn’t forget to sorry but still doesn’t help.

I can use a command prompt only? and if yes then how to write it? I know the git remote remove but the name of the config should follow and I don’t know how to get it. (It’s my first Git experience, sorry for dummy questions).

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    From the command line, git remote set-url remotename url will do the trick.
    docs here

    You might want to open the .git\config as a plain file from Visual Studio and edit its contents.

    You’ll see that there is a section defining the remote called origin:

    [remote "origin"]
        url = git://foo.org/blah.git
        fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
    

    If you are using HTTPS (SSL) as a transport layer, then you might want to add:

    [http]
        sslVerify = false
    

    if you are using a self-issued SSL certificate on the server.

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