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Andy Kohn
Software lover | Suffers from Agile addiction | Tech/Gadget Aficionado
Software lover | Suffers from Agile addiction | Tech/Gadget Aficionado


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Suspicion: Dropbox was hacked on Jan 2014
Most probably, some of you have heard that Dropbox became unavailable a few weeks ago. Dropbox explanation was that a routine server upgrade was triggered by mistake and it  caused the service to come down. Then out of the blue, Anonymous claimed that 1775s...

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Now I need to move the content...

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1. You know you’re rooted when your girlfriend can’t get hold of you for an hour because you’re in recovery.. and she becomes suspicious.

2. You know you’re rooted when someone asks if rooting is like jail breaking their iPhone and you laugh in their face.

3. You know you’re rooted when boot loops don’t scare you anymore.

4. You know you’re rooted when your girlfriend looks in your messages and gets suspicious cause you have none.

5. You know your are rooted when u scream “YESSSS” in a bus full of people because a rom update successfully booted up.

6. You know you are rooted when someone at a party says “hey you have that awesome 12/8 mp camera phone right? Please take a pic of us” and you can only sheepishly reply “Cyanogenmod doesn’t have working camera yet”

7. You know you’re rooted when you take your Android phone to the service center and they say that your warranty is voided because of rooting.

8. You know your rooted when you wake up and your Android device is still in your hands.

9. You know you are rooted when two iPhone guys are talking about their phones and you are sitting there smiling thinking “if only they could understand the things you do on your phone is of a magnitude higher than they can ever do”

10. You know you’re rooted when your microUSB cable connected to your PC is used more often than your mouse.

Can't remember the source sorry:P

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Now that our Android Developer Labs have wrapped up for 2011, with last week's ADL Hong Kong capping off the world tour, we'd like to share some of the presentation material we discussed during the events.

Introduction to Honeycomb APIs
A must-read for Android developers new to Android 3.0+ development.

Designing UIs for Phones and Tablets
Discusses techniques for crafting great user experiences for phone and tablet users. Based on the Google I/O 2011 presentation of the same name.

Android Market for Developers
An overview of recently added Android Market features for developers.

Developing Android Applications for Google TV
An update on developing Android apps for the latest version of Google TV, based on Android 3.1. Also discusses some interesting statistics on television usage.

Honeypad Tutorial
Dive into the development of a note-taking app that plays nice with phones and tablets. Makes use of the support library to ensure your fragments can be used on pre-Android 3.0 devices.

NOTE: Material related to Android 4.0 is not covered since the SDK wasn't launched until mid-way through our developer labs world tour.

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#gddsyd life of a great app on android market

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#gddsyd android office hours for APAC. Great idea!

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First android session at #gddsyd

At #sydgdd awesome stuff. Cool ICS features coming up!
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