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WITH COVID HITTING THE WORLD, YOU'RE PROBABLY WONDERING HOW THAT AFFECTS HOTELS PRICES. IF IT AFFECTS. WITH NO ONE TRAVELING, IT'S NO WONDER HOTEL PRICES HAVE GONE DOWN IN MANY CITIES. A HOTEL THAT WAS $68 5YRS AGO IS NOW GOING FOR $35. SO THERES BEEN CLOSE TO A $30 DROP. DESPITE JULY BEING A PEAK SEASON FOR HOTELS. OTHER THINGS THAT HAVE GONE DOWN IN PRICE ARE CARS.
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THINGS THAT CAN GO WRONG DURING ROOTING. FLASH PAUSING. FLASH DONT RUN CONSISTENTLY, AND SOMETIMES THERE CAN BE PAUSES WHILE FLASHBOOT IS RUNNING. IT WILL EVEN SHOW ERRORS. YOU MAY THINK THE SCRIPTS ARE FINISHED RUNNING, BECAUSE THATS WHAT IT WILL LOOK LIKE. UNPLUGGING YOUR PHONE FROM THE COMPUTER BEFORE SCRIPTS ARE FINISHED RUNNING CAN CAUSE A HARD BRICK. IF YOUR PHONE GETS HARD BRICKED, MANY VOICE WILL TELL YOU THAT IT CANT BE FIXED AND THAT ISNT ALWAYS TRUE. ONE OF THE WAYS YOU CAN REVIVE YOUR PHONE IS THROUGH BLANK FLASH. THIS IS WHERE YOU WRITE FILES TO A MEMORY CARD, CONNECT YOUR PHONE TO A COMPUTER, AND GET IT TO LOAD BOOTLOADER. THE BLANKFLASH COMES WITH AN IMG FILE, AND IT TAKES ALOT OF TIME TO FIND IT THAT IS SPECIFIC TO THE PHONE MODEL. ONCE YOU ARE IN BOOTLOADER, YOU HAVE TO FLASH YOUR STOCK ROM. ALOT OF THINGS CAN GO WRONG HERE BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO GET THE EXACT ROM, AND OFTEN TIMES THERE ARE MANY ROMS FOR THE SAME PHONE MODEL. ONCE YOU GET THE RIGHT ROM, ANOTHER THING THAT CAN GO WRONG IS YOU FLASH THE PHONE WHILE THE MEMORY CARD IS STILL IN. THE MEMORY CARD MUST COME OUT BEFORE THE FLASHING OF THE STOCK ROM BEGINS. ANOTHER THING WITH FLASHING IS...........MANY ROMS WILL NOT GIVE YOU 4G SERVICE, SO YOU MAY FLASH A ROM THAT WILL GIVE YOU ONLY 3G SERVICE. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU INSTALL TO YOUR PHONE. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU INSTALL THE XPOSED MODULE TO SOME PHONES, IT WILL THROW YOUR PHONE INTO A BOOTLOOP.
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Stand with Chaz
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If kovid came from China, why are the hardest hit countries western countries who have little or nothing to do with China. If kovid came from China, why are countries who have frequent interactions with China not as hard hit? ie Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Pakistan, North Korea. Similarly, Taiwan is being hailed as a success due to its struggle with kovid, yet there are tons of mainlanders going in and out of TW, and tons of Taiwanese going back and forth to the mainland, so why isn't TW hard hit like Britain?
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THE ONE IN THE MIDDLE
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enjoy those legs
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You are taught supply and demand. If people demand something, it becomes expensive, but time and time again, this is proven not to be true. Very few people are getting haircuts, yet the prices have gone up from $12 to $14. They claim prices have gone up because few people are getting haircuts, directly contradicting the supply and demand "theory"
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干爹: one more example of how ur taught lies in school
I like - 13 June 18:53
Does it sometimes feel like you own your phone, yet you can't control it? Why root? Someone once asked me. Here's a few reasons. Android, by default, does not allow you to delete many things. Actually, you can't even rename many files unless you're rooted. Youtube, Facebook, and Google, commonly known as bloatware, often comes pre installed, and there is no way for you to delete it, that is, unless you root. On almost all phones, you'd find it impossible to delete the Google Play store (sytem programs), unless you have root. There are also hidden features. You may notice that your phone only has Chinese, and English as language options for the operating system, but if you rooted it, you can get lesser known languages such as Indonesian. Another excelent reason to root is to get rid of annoying notifications. Some phones will tell you to update your phone. These updates can come as frequently as every hour. If you choose not to accept these updates, the notifications keep coming, that is until you root. Google, in recent years has also come up with "certification". Unless your phone is "certified" by Google, then you can't install many programs to it. In that case, you'd actually have to root your phone to fool programs into thinking your phone is "certified". If not, then you wont be able to install the program at all. More phones than you think are not certified. Google gets into this relationship with programs, forcing them to submit to the certification, otherwise get delisted from the play store. Google also uses this certification as a way to marginalize Chinese phone manufacturers, essentially not allowing many programs to be installed to the phone so that at the end of the day, consumers wont buy Chinese phones.

Rooting aint easy though. It could take days for someone with computer knowledge to do it. Someone without computer knownledge may never figure it out. It used to be easier, but in recent years, it's gotten harder. It's because cell phone manufacturers hate freedom, and want to control you, so they always tell you not to root.
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Bars have opened back up in many parts of America. Meanwhile, Walmart auto centers remain closed. Something wrong with this picture? How is getting drunk more important than getting your mode of transportation fixed? Bad priorities
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干爹: Bars, and tatoo parlors open, but not libraries. I guess it's more important to get drunk than read. Nevermind the fact that many homeless and fringe people rely on libraries as a place to stay
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