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Furs



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sleepsleep wrote:
just thought bout this,
if you take iPhone X and face id it on a sleeping person, would that verification work?

and what if someone suffer a head injury or having a surgery on face, would face id continue to work?

Depends how it's coded or on the version itself. It's just software, man.
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YONG



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Bill Gates goes Android, still won't use an iPhone
https://www.cnet.com/news/bill-gates-still-wont-use-an-iphone/

Wink
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Furs



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Of course, since he has class. Razz
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i experience the process to install lineage os in my falcon moto g, dual sim,

i unlock the bootloader though official motorola website,

install twrp, upgrade it to support nougat nightly build,

some issues while trying to boot pass the startup wizard, the trick is, online, connect to Google account, then offline,

download Google gapps pico, they said must install before first boot, the su add ons, etc

setup Skype, WhatsApp, WhatsApp prompt when you use custom Rom,

everything else is almost as usual,
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i thought bill would use it's own windows phone, Wink
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As long as it's not Apple, it doesn't really matter. Wink
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i end up reverting back to android 5.1 for moto g,

[GUIDE] Moto G - Restore stock firmware
https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2542219

basically, fastboot doesnt works, but mfastboot works, Wink
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Furs wrote:
As long as it's not Apple, it doesn't really matter. Wink



from a certain user perspective, iPhone is not "that bad".
ok, no replaceable battery, and not running an open source OS Smile
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TmX wrote:
from a certain user perspective, iPhone is not "that bad".

Not counting him, I guess.

THE TRUTH ABOUT APPLE & IPHONE X -- APPLE SUCKS NOW, AND IT'S YOUR FAULT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5E9zrJE31w

Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
i thought bill would use it's own windows phone, Wink

He used to. Me too.

To be fair, Windows Maps (formerly HERE Maps) is still better than Google Maps, especially in terms of offline availability. Yet, Windows phones are priced way too expensive; Android phones simply give much more bang for the buck.

Wink
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if they just make a good specifications smartphone, good price, no os, then just let people figure out how to install os into their phone, that would be great,

modular in terms of hardware, adding memory, another CPU, USB, camera or whatever, just use public standard interface, and phone casing should be printed by users themselves,
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sleepsleep wrote:
just let people figure out how to install os into their phone, that would be great,

If so, how could the phone manufacturers gather user information? Such information is worth a lot!

Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
modular in terms of hardware, adding memory, another CPU ...

Not very feasible, given how small and slim a typical smartphone is these days.

Your idea certainly applies to laptops. Yet, upgradability implies higher manufacturing costs, which imply higher selling prices.

Wink
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anything that cannot be upgraded or repaired is a waste of resources, i guess
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sleepsleep wrote:
anything that cannot be upgraded or repaired is a waste of resources, i guess

Can your "xiaomi a1" be upgraded hardware-wise?

Wink
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小米 a1 cannot be upgraded, too bad, even the battery is only replaceable by professionals,

old Nokia seems to allow everybody to change battery, Wink
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So, "小米 a1" is a waste of resources!

Wink
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Furs



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TmX wrote:
from a certain user perspective, iPhone is not "that bad".
ok, no replaceable battery, and not running an open source OS Smile

At its price it's not "good" either. Also, it's more about the company than the product itself. Razz


sleepsleep wrote:
if they just make a good specifications smartphone, good price, no os, then just let people figure out how to install os into their phone, that would be great,

modular in terms of hardware, adding memory, another CPU, USB, camera or whatever, just use public standard interface, and phone casing should be printed by users themselves,

Yeah it's called a PC. Phone users reinventing the wheel I guess Wink
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