Every year my school has an event called HESTEC (Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology) and a lot of companies come down looking to hire students, either for internship or full-time. Last year I interviewed with Walmart ISD (Information System Division) and got an internship with them for this summer. My trip lasted about 14hrs in two days and 823 miles; I left McAllen, TX on Thursday, May 20th, spent the night at Plano, TX, and the next day headed to Springdale, AR where I’m going to spend three months.
When I got my phone I didn’t like that it came loaded with useless apps from Sprint, like NFL, Nascar, SprintTV, I immediately wanted to remove them, but unfortunately they couldn’t be removed. What now? After some research, I found out that the only way to remove them is by rooting the phone and using some adb commands. So, here is a little tutorial on how to remove them.
If you are like me and like developing in Linux, then you will find this guide useful. When I was setting up everything for my Android development, I ran into the problem that Linux was not recognizing my Android phone, and took me some time figuring out how to make Linux recognize my phone. Finally, after some research I was able to put this little guide together and decided to share it with the rest of the world.
ADB (Android Debug Bridge) is a handy tool that comes with Android SDK that allows you to control and interface with your Android device.
Update: 06/23/17 – Updated steps in How To
Well, I’m supposed to be doing my study guide right now for Probability and Statistics, but I’m too lazy to do that right now that I decided to make this post, enjoy 😛
People who know me, know that I am passionate about cars. I love all kind of cars: JDM, KDM, Euro, Luxury, Exotics, Muscle, but I want to add an exception to that, I do not like Hybrid cars, they are slow :P. I love car shows, drifting, NASCAR, Rally, GT, etc, and just recently discovered three blogs that I really like and have been reading them ever since.
This will guide you through the process of giving general maintenance to a computer running Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit). If your system is not running the way it was running when first bought, then it needs a tune up. This guide will also tell you how to save some valuable space in your hard drive. The guide will use one free downloadable application (CCleaner) and the rest will be done only with Windows tools.
For a long time I’ve been looking for a simple solution to make a footer stick to the bottom of the page until I came across this solution. Best of all is that it works with the major browsers: Internet Explorer 5 and up, Firefox, Safari, Opera.