Re: Too bad they charge for updates
Security updates are free, always have been, always will be.
15 posts • joined 15 Jun 2007
My advice for Cyanogen on the S3 - don't. I've tried various different ROMs and the most stable one I've found is Archidroid, and even that has severe lag and FC issues at random.
Edit: Just five minutes after posting this comment, the gods of Cyanogen smite me with a random reboot, the third this week...
One thing that's been missed by a lot of people is that the 'public IP address' isn't really very public.
The system connects via a mobile network (I believe Sprint) so unless you're also on Sprint's mobile network, you are protected (and I use the term loosely) from the wider internet by the carrier's NAT.
It's still unbelievable that anyone who designed this thought any incoming connections were a good idea - at least lock incoming connections to known IP ranges and use some bloody authentication!
They made a complete bodge job of my bills, I've had extra lines added that I never ordered, incorrect call charges, and to top it off a £600 'cancellation fee' when I got them to remove the line I never ordered...
And they insist that it's all correct and that I owe them over £1,000... ringing me and sending me letters though the post.
Absolutely shocking customer service as well. Many complains have gone unanswered.
pi * diameter (3.1415 * 0.7) = 2.2m per revolution. 10 revolutions = the required distance which takes one minute. There are six journeys, = 6 minutes. Add the 3 lots of loading time, your total is 6 minutes 30 seconds.
No calculator! I took GCSE maths in 1995, and A level Maths in 1997.
So what if the girls want to 'degrade' themselves for a free boob job, it's up to them isn't it? They should still have to take all the psycologists tests and whatnot even if they get the required sponsor money.
We all know people are willing to go to new lows just for a bit of recognition and the like... just watch CH4 at 9pm!
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