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Presenting Team-M8 UNOFFICIAL ROM Builds MEGA Thread This thread is a list of ROMs currently being built and tested by Team-M8 and using Team-M8 device t…
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“At the end of the game, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.” -Italian Proverb
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“The more powerful and original a mind, the more it will incline towards the religion of solitude.” -Aldous Huxley
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Looks like murder to me. But of course the Feds are calling it justified. He drove off because they were not responding. They were sitting there with guns drawn just waiting. They did not say step out of the vehicle. they did not say keep going. They just sat there forcing lavoy to eventually react. When he did they fired one round into the back of the truck. The next group of feds just started raining bullets on the truck. The way they were positioned is what's called a killbox. There were snipers positioned up and down range. This was an ambush. The feds had every intention to engage this man. They created the conditions to influence a situation where lavoy would be forced to react in turn giving the feds the excuse they need to engage him. And that's exactly what happened. This is murder. Take a good look at your government america. Do they serve you, or do you serve them? Think about that answer real hard and then tell me if you think this is still a free country.
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We’ve just released a new version of the Android Testing Support Library

This is mainly a bug fix release which includes fixes for Android Marshmallow, JaCoCo Code Coverage, Test Sharding and a more reliable way to close and synchronize with the Android software keyboard. For a comprehensive overview of the new features and fixes please refer to our release notes[1]. To get started with the latest version of ATSL, follow these instructions[2].

With this release we’re also announcing the deprecation of Android-Test-Kit [3]. We created a brand new website[4] dedicated only to ATSL. This website contains documentation, samples, downloads and more. Our support forum has also moved to a new home and can be found here[5].

The samples on github[6/7] have been updated to reflect the latest version of ATSL. New bugs should be filed against our new component on the AOSP bug tracker[8/9] and last but not least, we have a new logo, yay :-)

Happy testing from the ATSL team +Stephan Linzner, +Nick Korostelev & +Jose Alcérreca

[1] Release notes - https://goo.gl/Ry5cyQ
[2] Getting started - https://goo.gl/R3u2Y4
[3] Android-test-kit - https://goo.gl/vCPiul
[4] ATSL github page - https://goo.gl/O9C2yg
[5] Support forum - https://goo.gl/cdIrI8
[6] Testing samples - https://goo.gl/WPVFKl
[7] Testing blueprint - goo.gl/vnW7o4
[8] ATSL bug - https://goo.gl/v5n1Ot
[9] ATSL feature - https://goo.gl/M1eBfF

#androidTesting #buildBetterApps
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Testing the brand new Architect Arch Linux Installer. :) 
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A miniature Apple II based on a Raspberry Pi Model A+. #Apple   #raspberrypi   #Mac  
Own a brand new Apple II - sort of - with a 3D-printed miniature for the Raspberry Pi.
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Determined to redress the moggie-doggie bias of the internet Lauren Orsini decided to use a Raspberry Pi and a waterproof temperature sensor to monitor her fish tank. It’s not a recent project but it deserves a place here because it’s such a brilliant introduction to physical computing on the Raspberry Pi: one sensor, one purpose …
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