|MrFox||Дата: Четверг, 28.10.2010, 02:29 | Сообщение # 1|
|Что такое goldcard, и вообще зачем это? |
Goldcard - это метод обхода региональной защиты прошивок.
HTC практически для всех телефонов использует инсталятор RUU для обновления прошивок. Заархивированое обновление пользователи скачивают с офф.сайта по своему серийнику.
Для еще большей защиты от кривых рук HTCшники в каждое обновление вставляют CustomerID и/или CID для предназначенных регионов или брендовых телефонов.
Это исключает возможность "не правильно" прошить телефон. Тем самым убить его.
Если ваш ID вашего телефона совпадает с ID прошивки- она ставится без проблем.
Если же наоборот- она просто не установится, выбившись ошибкой.
Получить root без голдкарты у Вас не получится.
(исключение- альтернативные методы получения root)
Собственно, перейдём к самому главному:
Как сделать голдкарту?
1. Подключаем телефон в режиме зарядка.
2. Включаем отладка по USB(настройка/приложения/разработка)
3. Скачиваем программу GoldCardTool
4. Подключаем ваш телефон к ПК с картой памяти внутри.
5. Запускаем программу.
6. В программе нажимаем GetCID. Если всё проходит успешно, что внизу выдаст Reverce CID (уже готовый для образа).
7. В программе жмём на ссылку(она там 1:) ). Попадаем на страницу создания образа.
8. Вписываем свой CID и ваш почтовый адрес.
9. Забираем с почты готовый goldcard.img
10. Переключаем телефон в режим диска(Mass storage)
11. В GoldCardTool жмёём на refresh. Рядом в списке должна появится ваша карта памяти.
12. Нажимаем "Load" goldcard.img и загружаем только что скачаный из почты файл.
13. Жмём Patch MMC
14. Вуаля..всё готово.
|GeorgePlex||Дата: Воскресенье, 16.11.2014, 13:17 | Сообщение # 2|
|п»їLearning how to become an extrovert can be a daunting task. And if you're anything like me, just being told to "get off the couch" and "get out more" doesn't quite seem to cut it. |
So I'm here to offer some tips and strategies you can implement into your life immediately to get some more results with your social life. And whether or not you're extremely shy, nervous in front of others, or already pretty confident and are just looking for the next level, you should benefit from what you're about to read.
Knowing how to become an extrovert is only the first step.
You can know how to do anything, but knowledge in itself doesn't lend to results. It takes implementing what you learn - actually doing it - to create lasting change. Knowledge isn't power. Acting with knowledge is everything.
So, without further ado, here are the 5 tips for becoming an extrovert and being more sociable with people:
Tip 1 - Understand There is Nothing Wrong With Being Introverted
First, realize that being an introvert is not necessarily a bad thing. I used to be quite introverted, and found myself staying in most nights when I was younger because I simply preferred to. I really enjoyed writing and getting in touch with my creative side during these times. If you are passionate about an activity that brings joy and peace into your life, setting aside time to yourself can be a beautiful thing.
Many people who are shy make the assumption that they'll never be happy unless they can be comfortable going out and socializing on a regular basis. They feel that they're a failure of some kind for being alone during specific nights. This creates a completely unfair judgement of oneself and just leads directly to unhappiness.
So it's cool to stay in and spend time alone every now and then! The key is to do it with balance - if you've locked yourself away four weekends in a row, it's time to step your game up. Which brings us to...
Tip 2 - Join a Social Group that Holds You Accountable
Plenty of blogs and articles in the self-help arena suggest joining clubs, classes, and programs that you are interested in to become an extrovert. I think this is an awesome idea; connecting with others with similar interests is a sure-fire way to get out more and socialize more frequently.
But there's another key step to this tip. You need to find a group that holds you accountable. Don't just join a group where members fade in and out over time, coming and going as they please. Join one with a level of accountability. A perfect example of this is a book club. In a group like this, if you're not reading the chapters and showing up week to week, you're going to get left behind and be penalized for slacking off. In this situation, you're motivated to not only meet new people, but to stay consistent with your commitment to getting out of the house.
Tip 3 - Maximize Your Time When You're Being Social
When you're out among friends, classmates, or co-workers already, leveraging your time gives you an increased amount of options for further socializing. The most convenient method of doing this is by creating or joining activities others have planned in the future.
Here's an example: if you're at work and winding down for the day, ask a co-worker or two what they're doing for the weekend. Explain what you'll be up to if you have plans. As you get a better sense of what they have going on socially and they understand what you're up to, you open up the discussion for joining one another at a later time. You'd be surprised how many times you get invited along just by asking someone else what they plan on doing over the weekend.
Being proactive in these situations instead of keeping to yourself will give you more chances to get out of your shell and meet some new people.
Tip 4 - Socializing is a Learnable Skill
A big reason most introverts shy away from social scenarios is because they're not quite sure what to do to be comfortable in front of others. This is probably the #1 stumbling block for shy people who want to be more sociable with others but are terrified of doing so. In their minds, being at a party or social event can be far too daunting because this fear seems like a gigantic, unmoving, unfixable problem.
Instead of looking at it this way, think of being extroverted as learning a new language. If someone asked you to go directly to Tokyo at this very moment and converse with as many people in Japanese as it takes until you get accurate directions to the Hanazono Shrine, you would probably feel like the task was ridiculous. Where in the world would you even begin?
But if someone rephrased the request by asking you to spend a few months learning the Japanese language step by step, getting yourself accustomed to their culture, and then going to Japan to find the Shrine, it would be much easier, yes? Breaking the goal down into specific parts made it more manageable.
Now take the same approach with socializing. Instead of focusing on the fact that you might not know what to say or do in social contexts, think of one aspect you can work on. Maybe you'd like to practice smiling - so you remember to smile when you can throughout the event, noticing how much better you feel when you do so. Instead of going home and beating yourself up for feeling awkward, you get to reflect in the progress you made because you were focused.
The concept of learning anything is a never-ending process. It is much easier and beneficial to focus on one specific aspect of what you are working on at a time than to concern yourself with the whole enchilada at once.
Tip 5 - Shift From Getting to Giving Value
A key concept in transforming from an introvert to an extrovert is understanding the importance of value. Human beings naturally enjoy being around people who they feel have a high degree of value. They will invest more time with them because they receive something from hanging out with them. Sounds simple, but what does this mean in social context?
Think of it as what you're bringing to the table. When people are typically labeled as "boring" it usually means they don't have much of anything to bring to the table. No engaging stories, no interesting information, and no ability to affect others' emotions. When someone walks away from a "boring" person, they walk away feeling no better than they were when they met.
Don't worry, I'm not suggesting you suddenly have to become the most interesting man in the universe. You just need to shift your thinking whenever you find yourself communicating with others. Take your attention off of yourself, and the emotions you're "getting" when spending time with another person, and put it onto what you'regiving.
Are you giving 100% of your focus and concentration to what that person is saying? Are you giving information you've come across that could potentially help the person? Are you giving away specific compliments to make him or her feel better?
If you give enough, you will have a plethora of opportunities to get out more and have your value sought after. Your options will widen significantly, and you will find yourself becoming an extrovert.
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п»їChildren may develop nasty habits such as thumb sucking, hair twirling, teeth grinding, nose picking, object biting, compulsive scratching, head banging, self-biting, body rocking, whirling, skin picking and even nail biting. For many, these habit disorders can be outgrown, with the help of ...Children may develop nasty habits such as thumb sucking, hair twirling, teeth grinding, nose picking, object biting, compulsive scratching, head banging, self-biting, body rocking, whirling, skin picking and even nail biting. For many, these habit disorders can be outgrown, with the help of parents, teachers or guardians, or even through their own will. There are a few, however, who seem to keep such habits, voluntarily or involuntarily, even during the adult years.
One of the most common habit disorder in adults is nail biting. A person who has this problem usually bites or chews on his or her fingernails whenever they are bored, stressed, anxious, or in a very tense environment. According to statistics, nail biting is fairly common in children and adolescents. However, 5% of them may retain the habit throughout adulthood.
Possible Causes Of Nail Biting
There are many schools of thoughts when it comes to the underlying causes of stereotypic movement disorder, which includes nail biting. Some experts believe that the most common triggers are stress, depression and boredom.
Other probable reasons behind nail biting and other habit disorders include drug use (particularly amphetamines and cocaine), major psychiatric disorders, brain diseases, mental retardation, and sensory deprivation (such as deafness or blindness). In Freudian theory, nail biting is seen as a sign of oral fixation.
Nail Biting Symptoms
It is but normal for children to display some degree of nail biting, thumb sucking and other disorders. Everyone did some nose picking and hair twirling during childhood years. However, when a habit becomes persistent and extreme, parents, friends and family should start intervening.
Aside from having very short fingernails, other signs that may suggest that one is into nail biting include:
1. Oral herpes
2. Paronychia (nail infection that affects soft tissues surrounding the nails)
3. Herpetic whitlos (lesions on fingers or thumb due to herpes simplex virus)
4. Apical root resorption
5. Damaged dentition
7. Fractures or cracks to incisors
8. Warts around the nail bed
9. Nail fungus
Side-effects Of Nail Biting
Aside from embarrassment that you get from nail biting and having not-so pretty nails and fingers, there are a lot more negative, and potentially dangerous, side effects to biting your nails incessantly.
1. Mouth Infections
People who bite their nails usually do not wash their hands before biting. Thus, there is a high probability of getting bacteria and other harmful microbes inside the mount. Acute or chronic infection to the mouth, lips or gums is very likely to happen. Did you know that there are about 2,000 types of skin infections that were discovered in nail salons? Just imagine how prone you are to bacteria and diseases because of this habit disorder.
2. Orthodontic Problems
Nails are hard and quite difficult to chew. If you get into the habit of biting your nails, it is not impossible for you to damage your teeth, particularly your incisors. This habit may even affect your bite and the appearance of your teeth. Aside from having not-so-pretty hands, you could also have cracked and broken front teeth. This is not a sight to behold, especially in front of romantic mates.
3. Inability To Make Use of Hands
Let's face it if your hand is always on your mouth, it would be difficult for you to perform tasks properly. In extreme cases, nail biting can really prevent a person from performing even mundane and ordinary tasks given to them.
4. Nail Infections
Nail biting can cause your nails and nail beds to weaken. Bacteria and fungi could enter these small cracks and lesions on your nails made by your persistent biting. Although some types of nail infections are easy to manage, others like nail fungus can be very hard to get rid of.
Speaking of nail fungus, an anti-fungi system that has been used by many to help eliminate nail fungal infections fast is Claripro. Just visit if you want to know more about this product.
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|GeorgePlex||Дата: Среда, 19.11.2014, 12:51 | Сообщение # 4|
|п»їWhen an apprentice called me to tell me his wife was thinking about leaving him, he was mystified about what more she could want from him. He worked hard, supported her so she could be a stay-at-home Mom, he mowed the lawn, and kept the oil changed in the car. He was always busy with tasks and duties to support his family. He was feeling unappreciated, and helpless to get it right for her. |
In previous articles, I have shared my definition of intimacy as “our willingness to be open and present and share ourselves with others.” I have also described how we lost our connection with our feelings during our childhood domestication, when we were made wrong and punished for them. As adults, to be open and share ourselves with others carries the same fear that it did when we were young. We cannot afford to be present and known as ourselves because of the danger of being rejected, cast out, abandoned, punished, or worse.
So the intimacy we crave is, at the same time, our biggest fear. It is not surprising that many of us have created strategies, mostly during childhood, to protect us from being seen and being known. I offer you here five of the ways people in our culture have learned to avoid intimacy.
When I listened to the story of my apprentice, I noticed that he had many judgments about his wife. He complained about her lack of attention to him because she was always rushing off to help friends, strangers, and causes in need. He told me he wasn't really attracted to her because she wasn't taking care of herself and her body the way she used to. My apprentice had many justifications for being distant from the woman that he was afraid of losing.
In our conversation, my apprentice illustrated two major strategies anyone can use to avoid intimacy with their beloved.
#1: Stay very busy. Always make sure you don't have time to sit, be present, and share with your beloved. She might find out that you are not who you pretend to be. Projects are more important than people. Focus on getting a lot of things done and done well. If you can sacrifice yourself in the process, you can make the other person feel guilty for complaining about your lack of presence.
#2: Judge the other person. Whether it is out loud or silently to yourself, make sure you find and illuminate their faults. This will justify your not wanting to be present with them. It also serves to validate your superiority. When you rise above them, you don't need to be intimate.
It turned out that my apprentice's wife was also illustrating a couple of good strategies for us. She was constantly overwhelmed by taking care of her husband, children, and home, the aging family dog, and her many social and ecological causes. In her rush to get everything done and take care of everyone else, she was not taking good care of herself and her own needs—she said she wanted to, but couldn't find the time. She gives us…
#3: Be a caretaker of others. Caretake to hide. You really want to be intimate, but you are needed elsewhere. When the chores are done, the kids are in bed, all your needy friends have been heard and consoled, the old dog is spoon-fed, and the whales are saved, then you will have time to go for a walk, take a weekend off together, or sit and talk.
#4: Become unattractive. If your partner finds you unattractive, he might not want to relate deeply. Gain some weight, stop using makeup, wear baggy clothes. If you are a man, gain some weight, shave irregularly, and belch regularly.
#5: Anything else you can think of! Do whatever it takes to avoid being seen and known. Drink a bit too much wine at dinner and fall asleep on the couch. Be addicted to TV sports. Work late. Make sure all conversations are intellectual, scientific, or political-- not personal. Remember you need to call a friend, check your e-mail, or finish your novel when your beloved has that "I want to talk" look. Read to the kids and fall asleep on their bed. Be angry, depressed, or stay in La La Land. Tell jokes, gossip, teach or preach-- anything but be real.
There is no need to practice. For many people, these great strategies for avoiding intimacy come naturally. They were learned long ago, and have been mastered through years of practice.
How do you avoid the dangers of intimacy?
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