how did /g/ root their Androids?
I don't want to just google "how 2 root android" and run some shitty program, and end up with a brick
so i'm asking here. how did you goy....guysroot your androids?
what are the benefits?
are there any downsides?
usually I look for a "one click root" on XDA.
I have a 6P now so I just unlocked the bootloader, installed TWRP recovery image, then install SuperSU from there. That is not always an option though
My desktop has been doing this thing where it'll go off and when I try to turn it back on it will act like it's coming on, all the fans will spin up and power it getting to everything but no POST screen will come up and it will go off then immediately try to stop over and it'll do this in a continual cycle. Then it'll decide it wants to work for a week or two and start again. Any idea what it might be? I'm assuming it's the PSU going bad? It's a newer PC I built but the PSU is an old one I've used since 2011.
> it will act like it's coming on, all the fans will spin up and power it getting to everything but no POST screen will come up and it will go off then immediately try to stop over and it'll do this in a continual cycle
PSU is fucked.
always happens at this time of the year
Small form factor, legit 3.5 inch headphone jack, increased battery life from 5s and even 6 models
Fuck off with your phablets. Do you every day carry a purse to hold your giant fag phone? I want a phone that fits comfortably in a man's pant's pocket and is small and gets the fuck out of my way while i'm getting shit done and working hard on the construction site. If I want to do some programming or ssh into a remote box i'll use my laptop. Phablets and tablets are the gayest shit ever. All a man needs is small smartphone size of iphone se, a laptop, and a desktop.
Why did Stallman leave /g/?
I am simply curious on how much people around here pay for their smartphone plans. it can be any phone plan -with lease or without lease of a phone or you can leave when you want
>The singularity will never happen
Wait lim(1+1/z)^z as z approach infinity is going to = infinity, not e.
Am I missing something?
... many new but also old package managers for programming languages directly rely on git repositories?
I know, server space isn't free but that seems downright retarded.
Cocoapod or what it is called.
The rest, like CRAN, CPAN, the Python one etc. are mostly shitty for other reasons, but that can almost be forgiven, since software development is 50% hindsight and it isn't a trivial task.
(Warning: shitty medium.com page)
Do you use cell phone cases? how many cases do you have?
Post pic (if you want)
Planning to buy another bumper case (one of those that protect around the edges) for my nexus 5 because the economy is going down the toilet
I AM THRILLED
Hey /g/ i got a Windows XP PC from a friend for free, it has a Pentium 4 and am going to put 8GB of RAM in it. whats a good GPU for an older PC like this?
Hey /g/, I'm reading through C++ Primer and a tip states that I should use double instead of float most of the time since float usually isn't precise enough and the difference in performance is minimal.
Is this mainly true?
Really depends. I find the instances where you need double precision floats are kinda limited, depending on your domain.
For most things general logic, string processing, data storage you're usually better served using integers.
For games, graphics, interactive stuff, the increased processing rate and memory savings of fp32 usually win over the increased precision of fp64.
For scientific computing, general calculations fp64 reigns supreme, although you're often even hitting precision limits with doubles there.
Sup /g/, first time to the board.
Me and my fiancé just had a baby girl and while the first two days at the house have been a blast filled with pictures and video on our phones, I got to thinking about the importance of maybe picking up a dedicated video camera.
I got to looking around quickly on Amazon and saw this pop up within the first few pages. My dad has a few Handycams (older disc based ones) but they were all pretty good.
If I'm looking to stay under $200, what are some good options?
tl;dr: spoonfeed me some entry level/budget video...
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Why do these suddenly keep showing up at the bottom of websites?
Hi /g/, for a long time now I have been working on a trading system which utilizes webscrapping stock prices at up to 1-sec timeframe and implemented a lot since then in R and Python. Still I would like to keep an eye on all the code and programs running and possibly the automated trades the system is executing. I would like to have 3-4 monitors with minimum Full-HD resolution in portrait mode.
I know I need a lot of CPU-power and memory for running R and Python multiple times at high-frequency, all the machines I would like to buy (up to $2k budget just for the machine)...
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Have you considered a single large format display instead? A single 40" 3840x2160 provides a visual area and resolution similar to 3 vertically orientated 23" 1080p displays.
Finding a GPU that can drive a single 4k display, or a 4k display + a pair of smaller displays could be much easier.
This is /g/, UNIX window managers are well suited to dealing with large screens. I use a Gnome 3 extension that gives me a number of options for laying applications on a grid.
Most commonly I simply divide the screen in two so a pair of 1920x2160 windows, or a single 1920x2160 window with a pair of 1920x1080 windows.