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CRWND_12

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  1. I have a Galaxy J8 (SM-J810Y) phone from 2018 which has been updated to Android 10 but it really feels so slow so I decided to that I want to downgrade it to it's stock android 8 but it got some problems. As I flash the Android 8 firmware using Samsung's Odin, I always got an error of SW_REV_CHECK_FAIL [aboot] fused 6, binary 2. I tried everything even voiding the Samsung Knox which sacrifices my Secure Folder, Samsung Health, Samsung Internet's private mode, and Samsung Pass which I really regreted doing. Currently i'm running on Android 9 with the security patch level
  2. So I was planning to buy a Samsung's Flagship Phone, which is the new Galaxy S21 Ultra and it leaves a mind boggling question. I was just curious why in our region (In Southeast Asia, specifically Philippines) was using their in-house Exynos 2100 processor while in U.S. uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. Is there any big factors that made Samsung use Qualcomm instead of their in-house chip? And what specifically model of S21 Ultra should I buy?
  3. Apple won't do that sick thing. x86 instructions became the foundation of modern computing. ARM also came from x86 but it has modified instruction sets which x86 doesn't support and it supports much lower power computing unlike x86 which supports high performance computing. So I don't think Apple would ditch x86 and if they do, their whole ecosystem will be messed up and will be infested with Kernel Panics and other software issues which deals with the loss of x86 instructions. So don't whine about this matter, if Apple killed the x86 in their ecosystem. It would be definitely a to
  4. even your cpu reaches 84 degrees sometimes it would just throttle like crazy
  5. im not sure but i think for your laptop this could be a thermal throttling... if you tried to cool down temporarily your laptop, try to find a ventilated space or a room that is cooler where you came from. this will help a lot.
  6. Should I install openSUSE or Ubuntu for my laptop? In Windows it feels so old that's why I want to switch on linux My WiFi adaptor is qualcomm atheros ar5b97... which of the 2 distros will support my WiFi adapter?
  7. i just can't believe that linus is currently on a filipino meme
  8. a 500gb ssd and another 4gb for dual channel 8gb will do right?
  9. I also put my laptop already to best Performance mode and It only give 5% performance increase
  10. I have an Acer Aspire ES15 with 4GB ram and 500GB HDD with an decent quad core Intel Core i3 6006U with 2.06 GB (2110mb) Intel HD Graphics 520 and it has some problems I only use my laptop for online class and the apps starts to crash very frequently. When I checked the Task manager I noticed that my apps eats 80-95% of my memory. The only apps that I use are: Google Chrome Office 365 Mail Zoom Should I re-install my Windows? or do I need to switch from HDD to SSD? or only a RAM Upgrade will do? Any suggestions will be accepted.
  11. macbook pro prior to 2016 (2012 retina - 2015) have removable proprietary pci-e ssd. the service center is just scamming you
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