sir,,is there anyone who cAN help me for finding the ruu files for htc one 801n,,,,,, cidnum: htc_j15(htc-gcc),,,,baseband is 4A.14.3250.13,,,,thank u and best regards!!!!
Gotta love leaks right? Looks like several leaks of HTC’s upcoming Jelly Bean ROM for the HTC One X has been leaked and ready for flashing for certain One X’s with the supported CID’s. These ROM’s are based on the One X+’s firmware and features Android 4.1.1 with Sense 4+.
Hi, i've a little bit confused.
My phone is 801s for Hong Kong, which is CID__622, and MID is PNO7140, so as we can see MID is also different, comparing to 801n model.
The difference in different band on 3g and LTE. So i have a question, if i fully turn my phone into 801n by changing CID and MID, will it work without issues? or it doesn't matter?
I'd be interested in your opinion on finding duplicate files on a Linux system. I've been working with music and photo files trying to purge duplicates. I've tested several programs and have met with good to excellent results, but duplicates still exist. I've also read many web pages that suggest how to remove dupes.
I have a folder with several files. These files are either .xml or .zip files.
These .zip files contain .xml and/or .zip files. These .zip contains also .xml or .zip, and so on... until we finally found .xml files.
In others words, I can have several "levels" of zip before finding my .xml files (cf.
I'm trying to figure out the best and fastest way of finding files whose content is specifically "something"
Here's the reason: I have a process that I'm pretty sure stores its PID somewhere in a file, but I don't know where (and I want to find out). I have tried looking for filenames that may be used for storing said pid (/var/run/myproc.pid, and so on), but without success so far.