Please donate to the fund for the 2014 Ride for Kids to benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® in the search for a cure. My brother was diagnosed with a brain tumor when we were young and I'd like to help families and other kids who deserve a great future. I am glad that my twin brother can be as well as he is today and I want anyone diagnosed with a brain tumor to have the brightest future and greatest potential they can possibly have.
If this is your first time building or making a Hackintosh, boot flags may seem like a foreign concept. Once you understand what each of them means, you can get started!
Clover Boot Flags:Verbose Mode: -v Safe Mode: -x Single User Mode: -s Zone Postponing: (use if hanging)
-no-zp Single CPU core mode: cpus=1 No Kext Cache Mode: (When changing kexts)
-f Disables VT-x or VT-d: dart=0 Verbose Mode: -v Enable NVIDIA Web Drivers: (do not use with nv_disable=1)
nvda_drv=1 Disable NVIDIA graphics cards: (do not use with nvda_drv=1)
Before you start:(Recommended) Optool Install: Download optool Go to Finder and press ⌘ + Shift + G (all at once). Then type:
/usr/bin Copy and paste the optool file into that folder. (Necessary) OpenSSL: dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/opt/openssl/lib/libssl.1.0.0.dylib Referenced from: /usr/local/lib/libimobiledevice.6.dylib Reason: image not found
Many users have this issue. I recommend installing the proper utilities before you start. Most people won't be able to complete the tutorial without this:
1. Open Terminal and type these commands:
/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" brew install openssl
Now all of the issues should be resolved.
Android vs. iOSiOS 9 vs Android Marshmallow Round 2 will be released next week, 4/17/16.
Round 1: Usability
Although my judgement is skewed because I use an iPhone 6 on a daily basis, I have used Android extensivly and have written tutorials on how to run it on your PC or laptop. Android Marshmallow has come a long way since 2011, when I dismissed it as an operating system not even comparable to iOS, dude to the lack of app support and specs that were better on paper than in real world usage. Android:
Android Marshmallow is a very good operating system. It is lacking a few things compared to iOS, but the same can be said the other way around. It is hard to compare usability because Android is an operating system, and there is not a definitive version. The apps that come packaged with most devices can be broken down and compared to iOS quite easily. Every one of them is tolerable, and some are better than any alternative in the Play Store. Updates - Most Android devices get updates for 6 …