Not sure if T-mobile follows the same procedure but I find the original solution here for S3 Frontier (AT&T). It apparently works for S2 also. I have no idea why AT&T does not release this and claims they cannot unlock wearables (in 2016). Here is a log of the procedure, verified by both XDA folks and… Continue reading Unlock Samsung Gear S2/S3 (AT&T)
This is awesome. Vultr recently upgraded the $5/month plan so that I now have 1GB memory with 25GB storage! YAY! And what is more fun is there is $2.5/month option, which has less bandwidth, storage, and memory. The only thing is there is no possibility to downgrade a plan, otherwise I might just go for… Continue reading Vultr upgraded the plan
NLP: Natural Language Processing Just show you a photo you'll understand.
hmm... see here http://www.sony.jp/digital-paper/lineup/
Last year I was suggesting to use StartSSL/StartCom to get free SSL certificates and easily enable HTTPS for websites. Apparently now Chrome and Firefox have distrusted their certificates and considered my site as a "malicious" site after then. I went online and looked for alternatives and Let's Encrypt is a really great service (free & more freedom).… Continue reading Switch From StartSSL/StartCom To Let's Encrypt (Enable HTTPS For Websites)
Finally get some time to fix the certificate issue. Long story short, I was using StartCom's StartSSL Class 1 as my root certificate authority. It is free and easy to use (until recently). Chrome had decided not to trust this company due to some issues a while ago but I never paid attention to it. And… Continue reading SSL Issue Resolved