Hey guys, I've been using #! for a couple of months now and am really loving it.I am still fairly new to the Linux game but I've used Ubuntu and Mint on and off for the last year. I was looking to try Arch when I heard about Crunchbang so I looked into it. Upon seeing the huge wealth of knowledge and friendly users in these forums, I decided to give #!
I didn't want to RMA my nexus so decided to attempt and fix it. I was thinking of replacing the speakers with anything I could find then one night I decided to open it and looked inside and thought something to fit this is going to be another challenge.
Anyone here know about these batteries? They seem quite expensive but are on sale right now, and this is one of the only batteries available through amazon.ca so I'm wondering if you have heard things about it (be it good or bad).
Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/EZOPower-Capac...xy+s3+ezopower
i got a little unpatient of the 4.3 update and heard that you can get the 4.3 update by replacing the build.prop with some guys build.prop which he uploaded. after replacing it and a reboot, i found myself in a bootloop. only thing i can do is to go to recovery. and i had my usb debugging turned OFF before my XSP went into bootloop.
Hey guys! Some of you might have heard of a new tech for batteries that allows for faster charging, and can hold 3x the charge within the same space as today's batteries for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets which would be awesome!
I've been looking into Statler since I've heard you guys will be using Squeeze's repository. Now, I was just wondering if anyone has set it up with Sid repos and installed a liquorix kernel instead. I'm sure many of you are wondering, 'pft, why even bother using #! then?' Well, I'd love to use Openbox with all the neat little scripts that have been created.
Today I heard a really strange voice message from my phone that I've never heard until now. I was sitting at work, doing my thing, and the phone is lying next to me. Suddenly, a female voice message in English is heard from the speakers, saying something like this: "C called, followed by a name and a number." I was taken a aback by this and didn't think it came from my phone at first.