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Official nitoTV + whatever i find interestin, u will have to put up with some of my personal tweets, this my only account. cdev
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kb 6h
immediate buyers remorse 🤣 requires aaa batteries, no wonder it was only $10
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kb 7h
went to see if walmart carried that other generic controller i got asked about to add another one to list, (iopega?) soi grabbed this instead since ialreasy support other evo game pad
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kb 7h
Replying to @EricDJuly
either way using government force as the "equalizer" is a horrifying nonstarter to anyone with a brain & or a conscience.
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kb 9h
Replying to @Joshblah555
check DM
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kb 9h
but updating nitoTV will pull all required updated dependencies to support store functionality once its launched. i hope to have time for new reinvented blog at time of launch too, but at very least there will be a detailed post with all necessary details
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kb 9h
after launch taking at least a week off from any non ncontrol/store support related stuff lol
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kb 9h
Replying to @Joshblah555
lol indeed
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kb 9h
you wont be required to update the bootstrap to use this, im just updating it because im going to update backr00m and such as well to get in jailbreakd bug fixes at same time as launch. so updating backroom/electraTV will be recommended to get bug fixes.
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kb 10h
all the pieces are FINALLY lined up and in place.
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kb 10h
did a restore of my 10.2.2 box today. gonna be guinea pig for updated bootstrap to test full process end to end. (auth w store + amazon, purchase & download a package. ) code is ready just not fully tested yet. so exciting!!!!!!!
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kb 11h
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kb 11h
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
i think part of that value is also determined by the amount of people who use chrome, and how juicy web vulnerabilites are in general.
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
i use chrome as little as possible, i dont even trust them with a search engine let alone a browser they are way too creepy. their security standards may be high but the quality of their software on mac and ios / tvos is among the lowest ive ever seen.
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
maybe? it makes logical sense but their software quality is atrocious, i dont put a lot of stock in entrusting them to have sound security policies.
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
yeh that data is valuable to them so you would think theyd want to protect it from other parties but that seems to be the opposite of the reality of the situation.
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
when their core business model mainly relies on harvesting your data to survive your privacy and security will always be a much lower priority.
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kb 11h
Replying to @_niklasb
i mean is it? you want something that is secure. considering any of their products is an absolute nonstarter.
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kb 12h
Replying to @_niklasb
i wouldnt trust anything from google as secure, thats the last thing they care about. harvesting your personal data > * for them.
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kb 12h
to be fair, the PC police that want to debate about this would lose a debate to an empty chair
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