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.
VoodooHDA is a simple kext that enables audio on hackintoshes. I tested it on OS X 10.9 Mavericks and 10.8 Mountain Lion (with iATKOS ML / ML2) and it just works. Of course it depends on your audio card, but as far as I know, it works on almost every card.
The problem is that VoodooHDA kext sometimes gives kernel panic. They seems to be totally random and sometimes disappear on reboot, sometimes not.
However, here’s the fix: VoodooHDA kext with kernel panic issue fix!
Voodoo Battery is mainly known for two reasons: it works on almost any system, and it has bugs. However, this is the simplest way to get a battery meter on an hackintosh (tested on Mavericks and iAtkos ML) and bugs can be worked around easily.