So I am a Boxee Box user (also, a linux user, if you didn’t see that coming). A while back I did the Boxee Hacks+ and Kodi Plugin for the device, which breathed new life into the same. Too bad you have to reboot into Boxee Launcher to run Netflix (which is being used less often now). But from the get-go (before the Boxee) I wanted a device that could rule them all (media streaming including Netflix, local files, DVD), and settled with the Boxee box, because not one device could do them all and be cost-responsible … until now.
I recently bought a new phone.
It was rather abrupt when I found the one I (pretty much) liked, at a price I really liked, as I have been peeking on the market for about six months previous.
I wanted to share what I learned about the process to see if it would help others. So I wrote a guide. We will see what kind of reception it receives.
I have done something horrible…
I maintain a custom ROM, that is, firmware for a phone that is modified from what you get straight out of the box. This one isn’t all that different, some apps replaced, several more removed altogether. That isn’t the problem though. Continue reading “My first hard brick.”
…because it’s still a pointless task.
Well, the whole purpose is to have a landing point where I can be more verbose over frustrations and fanaticism’s that I come across with my hobbies. We shall see where it goes.
Sorry for the ads – I don’t mind it using up my time, but when it comes to money, I try to keep things cost neutral.