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The more technical folks realise that when performance starts to suffer, its probably because of something they did to their phone, so they go and look for something using stupid amounts of memory...
The people who are less technical blame the phone...
If your having problems and you dont know how to fix them, then reflash your phone to factory, and dont enable testing/development
If you actually know what your doing look for the memory hogs ( and yes one of the flashlight apps is a know memory hog )
Nokia sold you a phone that works great! it runs a standard linux system and isnt locked down!!!
its not their fault if you modify it to the point it runs like crap
if you need to be protected from yourself go buy an iphone ( or get someone who knows what they are doing to lock down your n900 for you )
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H2O does it again.........!!!
Although everybody thought that Syncrosoft and Steinberg had found the
ultimate protection, we prove otherwise.
We admit that it's getting harder and harder to do and this one may
possibly be the last one we do.
Due to the complex nature of the protection we thought of approaching
it from another direction.
The Emulation is now done on driver-level, which means that the Emu
essentially mimics a dongle, look in the License Control Center to
view the applications the Emu supports. By writing the Emu at driver
-level we probably went beyond cracking an application. The amount of
effort invested in this project is staggering , estimated at over 1500
manhours during cracking, developing & testing, and probably will
never be done again.
We hope u enjoy this release and the motto "if u use it alot then buy
Note to protection coders :
Unbelievable way you transform an application. We estimate that
between 30% & 40% of the application are wrapped in the script
protection. Protection is one thing but this surely effects an
application performance. You probably could get a performance gain of
50% without the protection!!
Think about this : Once broken, the protection is , what ????