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iPhone 7 just updated to iOS 10.2.1 2 days ago this morning it started to heat up on the camera side when using any app. Compared to the other half of the phone, this side feels much warmer. When all apps are closed and none are in use it cools down completely but heats up again quickly when one app is open (even if only the camera). Tried rebooting and this has not fixed the issue. Thing is, I've experienced this before with a previous new iPhone 7 (iOS 10.1.1) straight out of the box while setting up the new iPhone back in November and got it exchanged to the current one at the store, but now my warranty is gone and they want $300+. Is my iPhone going to explode?!
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>iPhone 7 just updated to iOS 10.2.1 2
Android doesn't have this problem :^)
Cool story. Now go get a new phone you basic ass bitch.
No, overheating is normal on iPhones.


I'd recommend you sell that piece of shit and get a oneplus 3t. It's so cool it charges from 0-60 in 30 minutes even if you use it while charging.

What is the best photo viewer?

Pic related is what I am using.
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Jpegview, that's what I've been using after all this time.
ImageGlass. It's what I've been using all this time.
Honeyview. Mess around with a few settings and it's extremely clean and quick.

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Red Hat is updated to 7.4, so will be CentOS, but that will be later this month. In this update, GNOME is going to be updated from 3.14.4 to 3.22.3, the same version that Fedora uses[1] (which also happens to be a tad slower).
Really hoping it does not slow down desu, this thing is running on a fucking toaster.


[1] https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/gnome-shell
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Forgot to post Red Hat release notes https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/7.4_Release_Notes/new_features_desktop.html
What wil be the linux version?
>using gnome
>on a toaster

If you have a toaster but want bling your only real choice is Enlightenment.

I'm going back to school for comp sci with my ultimate goal being a job at Google. Any advice?
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Start dyeing your hair, put on weight and have a dildo in your butt at all times
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you'd be better off going to school for computer engineering

everyone and their brother has a comp sci degree these days

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wtf did u do anon?
>text based logs
top kek

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>remember I have a little bitcoin
Millions of nerds live /regret/.

But I doubled my money earlier this year, so I'm good with Bitcoin.
Don't forget to split and sell BCH

If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.

Good resources:
>Reviews, specs, comparisons

>Frequency checker

>Chinkphone news

>Recommended Chinkphones $80-$300 as of a long time ago (outdated)

>Post a mini-review of your phone
>Discuss upcoming and current models
>Ask for help related to phones
>Tell us how much shekels you spent on good/bad phone
>PRAISE THE CHINKPHONES unless you live in America you shits

Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017) review

Lenovo is dropping the Vibe Pure UI for stock Android

iPhone 8 display assembly spotted in the wild, no Touch ID in sight

Grab Huawei Honor 8 for as low as $259 ($140 off)

Leaked image shows 3,300mAh Galaxy Note8 batteries

SHARP AQUOS S2 officially coming on August 14, will be announced Aug 8

old >>61725948
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Yesterday while downloading leaked episode of GOT from a link given on /tv/ my phones battery died rather quickly.
I went from around 15%, thats when I get my low battery warning, to powering off dialogue in a matter of seconds.
To keep it from dying and letting the download complete, I quickly plugged it in but it did shut down. Since that moment, the phone says 0% and wont turn on.

Is the battery dead?
Did I download a virus or something downloading leaked episode?

BTW phone is Moto G First Gen Dual SIM running LineageOS 14.1
How do I bypass the Snapchat google play service thing with the newest version. I tried 8.0.0 and it does not work

My phone is rooted with Lineage OS 7.1.2
essential DOA

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What does /g/ think of paying for Bitdefender or Malwarebytes?
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Just use Common Sense 2017.
>talking in memes

i haven't had an antivirus program in years, they're really bloaty and unnecessary most of the time. Anything that good common sense can't protect against, they probably can't either

This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required Viewings For Newbies:

>Strap Guide:

Previous thread:
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What are some decent chronograps that are under 40 mm diameter and under 10 mm thick?
Both quartz and mechanical will do.
Must have a stainless steel case.
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TGV please review my luxury Dong Feng timepiece

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everyone needs to buy one of these
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No, they're overpriced chinkshit. Fuck off.
Does it have working linux drivers yet?
I already have a 2016 Macbook air anon.

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Threadripper nda lifts in 9 hours. SOPA
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33ºC idle and 65ºC full load? Not bad.
Who gives a shit can't play games on that

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>want to buy a comfy 4:3 monitor
>most are only sold second hand or by sketchy companies
>every monitor is now the 16:9 or 16:10 meme

I just want a comfy 4:3 second monitor to watch anime and play cs on. why aren't 4:3 monitors popular?
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get a 1:1 you smorg
>why aren't 4:3 monitors
because anime are 16:9 now
16:10 is better you dumb fucking heathen, it's basically the ideal ratio

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Affordable 30"+ 144Hz+ IPS 4K monitors when?
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10 years time, at the least.
And fuck, can you even imagine how much power it'd take to game at 4k-120fps let alone 144?
Unreal amounts of power.

IPS will never be invested into enough to get that kind of performance, OLED might.
1080Ti does 4K 60FPS no problem desu. It's not the 60FPS limitation of a 60Hz panel thats an issue, it's the input delay and screen tearing. I don't really give any cares about 60FPS+ unless it's a competitive game like CSGO.

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In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on Gearbest, Taobao, AliExpress, Banggood, eBay and similar sites.

>IRC channel
#/csg/ on rizon

>Discord link

>Chink Shit Randomiser

>Chink Shit Wiki

>Gearbest Deals Pastebin Updated Daily

>Chink Shit Infographic

• Anon bought a fake razer mousepad, is asked to add pictures to his feedback and the seller will send him a little gift >>61728059
• Anon's shark plush makes the news >>61732665
• eBay is your best bet for those replacement decals >>61732848
• Anon gets MIXZA's latest micro-sd card the Chicken >>61732904 only went for the 32gb version and a 32gb shark >>61732926
• Anon receives the Xiaomi Miija Sphere 360° cam and it's cool. "Photos are awesome and can be edited in SnapSeed and still be detected as 360°. OK for full res." "You can get the unstitched video off your phone and they did make a desktop stitching program (linked from facebook) but it's buggy as a motherfucker (couldn't get it to work on any of my PCs)." >>61732977
• Anon starts buying chinkshit in yuan >>61733007
• Anon gets some Orico HDD protective boxes >>61733500
• Hue >>61733597
• The VE Monk and Seahf facebook fight leads anon to discover similar $10 earbuds >>61731460 >>61732044 >>61736200
• Anon gets steel and brass wire wheels for a Dremel, be careful with those anon >>61737578
• Anon gets some electronics >>61742215 and some ceramic caps and a magic trick with no instruction >>61742281 >>61742330
• Anon can't stop spinning >>61742383
• Pastebin has been updated with new deals >>61742334
• Anon gets the Xiaomi Router Pro >>61742810

Previous thread >>61727678
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Ignore this guy. He somehow managed to steal my trioxide password and locked me out. My money is on the impersonator is Comfy. He will start agressively shilling his affiliate links.
>affiliate codes in pastebin
I wish earbuds were more comfy.

Outer ear often have weird shaped designs that don't fit.

In ear get painful after a while.

Need to find something better

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>With running a number of new Ryzen Linux tests lately, a number of readers requested I take a fresh look at the reported Ryzen segmentation fault issues / bugs affecting a number of many Linux users. I did and still am able to reproduce the problem.

>For those that missed our earlier article on the matter from early June, heavy workloads can cause problems on Ryzen, in particular segmentation faults while there have also been reports of some stability problems.

>This Google Doc remains among the resources trying to track this issue on Linux while on the Gentoo Forums, AMD Forums, and elsewhere are more reports of various problems encountered under extreme workloads -- like a ton of code compiling for hours on end, but can also happen in other scenarios.

>AMD hasn't publicly commented on the problem and as of Linux 4.13 the issue is still happening. If carrying out the same tests on Intel CPUs, the segmentation faults do not occur. There is even ryzen-test to easily try reproducing the issue. The ryzen-test script will build GCC in parallel loops from a compressed ramdisk, in order to easily stress the CPU. In my day-to-day benchmarking of Ryzen CPUs, however, I haven't hit this problem or even on my main production desktop with using Ryzen 5. The problem really comes to light just under very heavy and continuous workloads it seems.

>AMD hasn't publicly commented on the problem and as of Linux 4.13 the issue is still happening. If carrying out the same tests on Intel CPUs, the segmentation faults do not occur.
>AMD hasn't publicly commented on the problem and as of Linux 4.13 the issue is still happening. If carrying out the same tests on Intel CPUs, the segmentation faults do not occur.
>AMD hasn't publicly commented on the problem and as of Linux 4.13 the issue is still happening. If carrying out the same tests on Intel CPUs, the segmentation faults do not occur.
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only /v/tards fall for amd cpus so who cares
>Linux making Ryzen crash
Try again, Brian.
>first shill thread fails >>>61742189 because of terrible formatting and bad image
>try again with spam and a crying wojak

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