It is rapidly getting to the stage that the 'secure' padlock in your browser means nothing. Get your self a blanket, find a cave; and crawl into it. Don't bring your computer.
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
I am working on a software involving IPTV which has the following requirements:
The browser is Opera loaded on Philips TV. The browser has "Enable Cross Network Navigation" turned off.
The homepage of the app is loaded from a www location.
At some stage, the app needs to load images from a server (Apache/Tomcat) on the LAN
The issue is that the browser denies to load the resources on LAN.
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Been given a Nexus S i9023 by my brother who has been "tampering" with it and now it seems a bit messed up.
When booting up - it gets stuck on the "Google" screen with a padlock on it... I can get into fastboot and I can flash recovery but when I attempt to load any recovery - I get that same Google screen with the padlock!