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Lalit Kumar

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About Lalit Kumar

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  • Birthday 2000-05-22

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  • Interests
    Computers, Beermoney
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  • CPU
    Intel Corei3 3220 3.3 Ghz (3rd Gen)
  • Motherboard
    gigabyte h61m-s1
  • RAM
    6 GB
  • GPU
    Asus Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 2GB
  • Case
    Shitty One
  • Storage
    250GB Barracuda HDD
  • PSU
    450W Corsair
  • Display(s)
    viewsonic vx1932wm 19" 1440x900 Monitor
  • Cooling
    2x Cheap Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K120
  • Mouse
    Hiraliy S10 (Cheap but Good)
  • Sound
    creative sbs a300
  • Operating System
    Windows 10/Kali (Dual Boot)

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  1. Anything based on the AOSP will be good. Also there are very few official port for Vivo's V series. But there are plenty of unofficial ports you can find on the XDA forums.
  2. Dude. Check your power input. Look around the power brick. Check the power output of the brick. It's usually around 5V and a few amps. Then download the Ampere app and check the input current. If it's very low, like 500 miliamps then i'm pretty sure it's your port that's dead. Get it changed.
  3. It's actually better to have the controls in the notifications tab. Being in the notifications tab make it possible to change the track without going to the homescreen. Although they shouldn't have removed the widget feature. It was not it they were conflicting in any way.
  4. The worst thing that can happen is a softbrick. Not a big issue. But do it only if you are comfortable.
  5. Since you are a noob as you said, here's the easiest tutorial. https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/guide-onyx-how-to-unlock-bootloader-install-custom-recovery-root-take-efs-backup-more.401713/ Also, since it's a oneplus, I can help you step by step just because how easy the device is to customize. If you want me to guide you, reply and we can talk in PM
  6. Nice ! Thanks of the correction too. Realme X seems like a great device. I thought the Mi A series had 4000mah battery as it is pretty much the standard for Xiaomi devices
  7. So you basically want a phone with <6" screen size, good battery and stock android ? Well, most of the modern devices have a screen size >6". I would recommend the Xiaomi Mi A1. It has a 5.5" screen, no notch, simple yet nice design, SD 625, 4000mah battery and android One. The Mi A2 is a good choice too for her. Also, check out the Mi A2 Lite if that's available.
  8. Not from AU but if you wanna play, HowlinSniper's my username
  9. It would see it as an XBox controller mostly. The drivers used are same and the PC is kinda fooled into thinking its an Xbox pad
  10. Yeah. The laws are pretty strict outside Asia. Also, bands will be a huge problem for OP.
  11. Wish is kinda like a legit-scam website. I'm pretty sure you won't get what you will order. Check some reviews on youtube about wish.
  12. So my phone suddenly stopped charging at the speed at which it used to. Currently, it's charging at a rate of 5% per hour or so. You guys can guess how slow that is. Here's what I have found out till now. The input current never goes above 500ma. Previously, it used to charge at 1500-1700ma atleast using a 2A charger. The charger and the cable are new and works well. My redmi Note 3 get an input current of 1800-2000ma. I have tried many thing like completely draining the battery and charging again but it still is charging slow. I have tried calibrating my battery. No luck. I have even manually deleted the BATTERYSTATS.INI file. Hell, I have even reset the device today. It's frustrating me now.
  13. Lazyness takes over. I mean, come on, what do you expect ? It's LTT
  14. Dude I don't really know what's wrong with your device. I have unlocked tons of Xiaomi devices and I'm from India too. Also, have you enabled OEM Unlocking in developers options ?