My PC have had a stable OC for a full year now. every time a new BIOS get released I update my RIVE and re-enter my OC settings.
However today I updated my PC from BIOS v4206 to v4802, and i re-entered my old OC settings. But my PC won't boot at all. I cleared the CMOS and kept trying new OC settings but to no use. I can overclock my CPU no problem. but whenever i try to OC my RAM my PC would not boot at all. Even the smallest OC change to my RAM will...
so lets say you have a Button on your android screen. and every time you press this button it will create two buttons and a checkbox. any idea how to do that?
I'm sorry guys for wasting your time. i got the solution. i guess i'm just too tired
This is just unbelievably stupid. I have spent the past 15 min trying to figure out why this if statement does not return true.
String1 = "Hello";
String2 = "Hello";
if(String1 == String2)
as it turns out I have to use this
String1 = "Hello";
So for the past few days now twitch.tv has been a little slow for me. I have a 1mb download speed and i used to watch any stream at 1080P with no problems. However for the past few days my download speed on twitch.tv has been around ~200kb/s. and its been very laggy. If i use a vpn like Hotspot Shield the download speed becomes ~1mb - 800kb/s. any idea why is this happening and is there a way to fix it?
ok so i read about Google Cloud Messaging and it sound like a great way of sending data. However the problem i'm facing is that it won't work on either windows phones or IOS devices. So i think i'm going to stick with my own implementation of TCP protocol.
thank you all
nvm. I think using Google Cloud Messaging is way better than using my own implemtation of TCP.
So i have a server that is written in C#. And in the server I have a variable. lets call it Timer. that Timer variable has the value of 5. I would like to send that variable from my server to my Android app and display it on the screen.
Now currently the way i'm doing this, is by making my Android app connect to my server through the internet using TCP protocol. and the server sends that piece of data to my Android app. Now my question is.
It's been a while since I posted anything here.
Anyways, I'm making an app on Android that in theory should receive a piece of information from a C# application through the internet using TCP protocol. I was just curious if there is a better way of doing this.