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Niet liegen! 
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Feature request

Since the app now uses a Xposed module, maybe you can extend the module to disable the pattern lock when opening a notification using AcDisplay. I just set a pattern lock yesterday, and I noticed it isn't possible to open notifications without drawing the pattern.

Thanks in advance for your consideration!
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+Jasper Vinkenvleugel I don't understand the benefit of having an Xposed module over simply disabling the lockscreen since you don't want to see it anyway.
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Is it just me, or does Mirror not work anymore? I don't get the quick settings menu.

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Works again. :-) 
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Deze hier moet een prijs winnen. Serieus.
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That moment when you get a 'device bricked report' from a Flashify user, and then you find out he flashed a .jpg image file to the boot partition... 
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Gebruik dit al een tijdje, werkt geweldig!
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Pushbullet is now available on iPhone!
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Apple shocked the market with their 64-bit A7

After the iPhone 5S got released, people were talking about devices like the Note 3 being released with 64-bit processors, but that didn' t happen. But why didn't that happen? Just one simple answer: Qualcomm, the number-one SoC manufacturer, didn't have a 64-bit design ready. Why not? They (and the rest of the world) simply didn't expect Apple to release a 62-bit SoC. The ARM v8 reference designs which Qualcomm SoCs are based upon weren't ready and there weren't other alternatives. The same goes for companies like NVidia and MediaTek.

Companies struggle to release a proper 64-bit chip even though the reference designs are ready

There's also one simple explanation for that: the manufacturers already have other 32-bit designs in the pipeline. Qualcomm had the 805 ready for a release, MediaTek & Samsung were doing octa-core stuff and NVidia was working on the Tegra K1. All of them 32-bit SoCs. Because it was to expensive to just drop those chips and release a brand new 64-bit one, the all dit some different things:

Qualcomm: release a lower-end S410 to show the world they are working on 64-bit.
Samsung: some sources say Samsung will release a 64-bit Exynos Infinity tomorrow, but at the moment there are no 64-bit chips available.
MediaTek: also make a more mid-end 64-bit chip available like Qualcomm did.
NVidia: continue the work on the A15 quadcore Tegra K1, but release the work in progress dualcore 64-bit Denver a lot earlier than expected.

That means at the moment, NVidia is the only company that confirmed a high-end 64-bit chip. But it will only come available second half of the year.
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It's only for marketing purposes.
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Hell yeah!
 
Today 50 Copy Giveaway

As thanks for the the great feedback i received during the beta and launch period of Today, I'm giving away 50 Pro copies! ($150 value) 

Simply +1 this post, reshare it and circle me to be entered into the draw.

Check it out here: http://bit.ly/PVfo00

Good Luck!
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Na wat afwegen heb ik toch besloten om op de Chrome OS-trein te stappen!
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The ASUS Chromebox is now in stock in the US.

Electronics retailer SabrePC is now stocking the ASUS Chromebox in Intel Celeron and Core i3 flavours for $179.99 and $369.99 respectively.

#Chromebox   #ASUS  
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Mooizo hahah :)
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[Goodbye Windows XP]

Attention please!

In short, if you're 'still' running Windows XP (for whatever reason), please be advised, as per Microsoft, that system will soon be DEAD and no longer supported.

Long version?
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/enterprise/endofsupport.aspx

[What to do?]

~ Choice A ~
Keep Paying for Microsoft and use their Software (Windows 7 or Windows 8) and suffer from tons of problems:
1- Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD)
2- Slowness
3- Viruses, Spywares, etc
4- Non-Stable system (breakable often)
5- Not Secure (any beginner hacker can hack it)
6- Do I really have to carry on?

~ Choice B ~
Keep Calm and Switch to Linux!

Why?
1- Super Fast (you don't need to upgrade your hardware - have 512MB RAM? no problem!)
2- Super Secure (NASA, Google, Facebook, etc ... are using Linux on their Servers for a reason)
3- Super Stable (install it once, you don't ever need to format it)
4- Full Freedom (you have many User Interfaces, Programs, etc)
5- Highly Customizable
6- You do NOT need any Anti-Virus Program (Linux system structure is different and no command to be executed without the user's permission)
7- No more browsing the internet to install any application, you can do that within your system without visiting any website.
8- Free and Open Source Operating System
9- Community Based and World Wide Supported (there are so many people can help you with zero cost)
10- Can always enjoy the very latest software (system and/or programs) - unlike Windows XP, it is more than 12 years old now
11- Linux is being used to backup/save files of broken Windows PC/Laptop
12- Unlike what many people think, it is very and I mean VERY easy to use

Do I have to carry on?

You need more information?
Let us know!

Your choice, no one will force you to use anything :)

Thank you!

P.S.
If your office are still running Windows XP, your friends, someone you know, etc ... please pass this message through :)

#Microsoft #Windows_XP #StartUbuntu #Linux
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Apple shocked the market with their 64-bit A7

After the iPhone 5S got released, people were talking about devices like the Note 3 being released with 64-bit processors, but that didn' t happen. But why didn't that happen? Just one simple answer: Qualcomm, the number-one SoC manufacturer, didn't have a 64-bit design ready. Why not? They (and the rest of the world) simply didn't expect Apple to release a 62-bit SoC. The ARM v8 reference designs which Qualcomm SoCs are based upon weren't ready and there weren't other alternatives. The same goes for companies like NVidia and MediaTek.

Companies struggle to release a proper 64-bit chip even though the reference designs are ready

There's also one simple explanation for that: the manufacturers already have other 32-bit designs in the pipeline. Qualcomm had the 805 ready for a release, MediaTek & Samsung were doing octa-core stuff and NVidia was working on the Tegra K1. All of them 32-bit SoCs. Because it was to expensive to just drop those chips and release a brand new 64-bit one, the all dit some different things:

Qualcomm: release a lower-end S410 to show the world they are working on 64-bit.
Samsung: some sources say Samsung will release a 64-bit Exynos Infinity tomorrow, but at the moment there are no 64-bit chips available.
MediaTek: also make a more mid-end 64-bit chip available like Qualcomm did.
NVidia: continue the work on the A15 quadcore Tegra K1, but release the work in progress dualcore 64-bit Denver a lot earlier than expected.

That means at the moment, NVidia is the only company that confirmed a high-end 64-bit chip. But it will only come available second half of the year.
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My name is Jasper and I'm a 15-year old Linux user. My phone is a Nexus 5 that runs Android 4.4 and OmniROM 4.4, my laptop dualboots elementaryOS Luna and Windows 8, and my desktop runs Ubuntu 13.10 and Windows 7.

My main focus is mobile. You can call me a crackflasher or flashaholic if you want. Is there a new cool ROM or kernel available? I install it through MultiROM or try is on my main ROM. Il like desktop stuff too, but a bit less since I don't like messing with partitions.
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Ik kom uit Nederland, een daarom is een deel van mijn posts ook Nederlands :)
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