If you own a Pebble, you know that its interface is in English.
If you prefer it to be in your main language, you can now localize it!
I made an iOS app which enables you to install different languages to your Pebble, it supports all hardware versions and it’s really easy to setup.
Pebble Translation enables you to localize your Pebble interface in French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and more languages are coming with new releases.
Plus, Pebble Translation adds specific fonts to fully support all languages: for example, cyrillic fonts will be installed in your Pebble and be available also for notifications.
To install your localization to your Pebble, you have to get the app; then just choose the language you prefer and your Pebble version (you can check in Settings > About > Hardware), then just wait a minute, and after a reboot, your smart watch will show your language!
If you want me to add a specific language, please let me know with a comment here.
We all know that Pebble is really handy when using messages, WhatsApp and in general when comunicating with friends; it allows us to read the message without the need to take the phone, but it has one limit: it does not display emojis, the emoticons that are present on almost every phone (the ones you can find in WhatsApp, for example!).
Now, it does!
I wrote an app that is able to flash a modded firmware, based on 2.0.2, which supports Emoji font set!
It can not support all emojis (there are thousands), but a basic support is enough when comunicating (I never used most of them).
It’s possible to configure kernel options in VenomTweaks without installing other apps.
I recommend to set the following opions:
I/O Scheduler: row
CPU Governor: ondemand
CPU Min: 384 Mhz
CPU Max: 1728 Mhz
CPU screen off max: 1134 Mhz
I left the voltages untouched but I selected to undervolt to 775 mV (min) while installing ElementalX. Undervolting could go even further, just need to try some values. It may cause instability but all you have to do it reflash the kernel with higher voltage values to solve.
Performances won’t be affected because CPU frequency is untouched; it’s of course possible to overclock, but it will drain more battery. For me, it doesn’t worth it, but it depends on your needs.
Se amministri una pagina su Facebook, saprai che esistono siti che permettono di comprare Mi piace, o di ottenerli scambiandoli con altre pagine.
Uno di questi servizi è Like4Like. Questo sito è basato su un sistema a punti: ogni volta che metti Mi piace a una pagina o una foto sul sito ricevi dei punti (è anche possibile acquistarli direttamente).
Today I had a problem while trying to return to stock my HTC One: I ended up having this HTC RUU Mode screen with warning logos on the edges and I found no way to get out of that; rebooting, even with VOL – pressed, brought me to that screen. I thought it was bricked, but don’t worry, there’s a solution!
My phone was S-ON and LOCKED, and it had a wrong CID: was set to HTC__405, which was not it’s original one, so I thought that there was a very little chance to recover it; however it can be done and it’s pretty simple (once you know what to do ).
I found out that, on that screen, fastboot OEM commands work. That doesn’t bring us directly to a solution, but it’s enough to start with!
If you’re a Facebook page administrator, you probably know that there are lots of services providing Likes in exchange of other Likes, or worse, money.
One of these services is Like4Like, which is based on a point system. You earn points by liking other pages, photos etc, or you can buy points. After that, you can spend your points to get Likes. For example, you can set a page Like to 9 points, then, everyone who likes the page gets 9 points, and you lose them.