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Computer and I.T / When will Android be available in a ROM?
« Last post by mechanic on April 21, 2018, 06:55:45 PM »
Question: When will Android be available in a ROM?

Answer: No time soon. Folks are working on it, but you'll need a lot of patience before it (if ever) arrives
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Computer and I.T / Are the Android releases available in a ROM?
« Last post by mechanic on April 21, 2018, 06:54:08 PM »
Question: Are the Android releases available in a ROM?

Answer: No, Android is not yet available in a ROM format.Currently Android is installed by using a clean SD Card, and booted from there.It is booted by running a special application called 'Haret.exe' residing on your SD Card which will terminate the Windows kernel and boot into Linux/Android.It can't easily be run from ROM because
a). It's too experimental to risk putting in ROM and then killing a device and
b). WinMo does some hardware initialization that isn't documented, but is needed before Android can run.
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Hello Who is waiting for results this year?
I am waiting.



Two universities Xi'an Jiaotong University and Shanghai Jiaotong University conducted online video interview, Dalian University of Technology asked medical reports.


Did you applied in these universities?
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Hello

Who is waiting for results this year?


I am waiting.
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Hello

Who is waiting for results this year?
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Electrical Engineering / Re: absolute altimeter [Definition]
« Last post by Farman Ali Shah on April 20, 2018, 04:04:18 PM »
you may know more about it, if you would like to know.
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Electrical Engineering / Re: absolute altimeter [Definition]
« Last post by nuning on April 20, 2018, 01:49:04 PM »
      Absolute altimeter I'm following and for a long time, do not know all about it. dojin
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Computer and I.T / What is the API profile exposed by Mono for Android?
« Last post by mechanic on April 19, 2018, 11:10:53 AM »
Question: What is the API profile exposed by Mono for Android?

Answer: Mono for Android uses the same API profile for the core libraries as MonoTouch.Specifically, MonoTouch and Mono for Android both support a Silverlight-based API, without Silverlight's UI libraries (e.g. no XML, no WindowsBase.dll, etc.), and free of the sandboxing limitations of Silverlight.
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Computer and I.T / How is Mono for Android licensed? [Android Review Question]
« Last post by mechanic on April 19, 2018, 11:09:27 AM »
Question: How is Mono for Android licensed?

Answer: Mono for Android is a commercial/proprietary offering that is built on top of the open source Mono project and is licensed on a per-developer basis.
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Computer and I.T / Where is the UI Designer? [Android Review Question]
« Last post by mechanic on April 19, 2018, 11:07:37 AM »
Question: Where is the UI Designer?

Answer: Mono for Android does not bundle a UI designer to create the UI XML files We do not provide an integrated UI designer in Mono for Android 1.0. No decisions past that have been made. We will be listening to user feedback to decide where to put resources for the future versions.
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