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## 4.4 kitkat – Stuck in the boot loop, I can not access the download or recovery

My Samsung SM T560 tablet seems to be smooth brick.
Before this happened, I was in TWRP, trying to update it. I deleted everything, besides the external sd card (I did not finish installing it, I wanted to check something) and, therefore, I restarted it, which ended up on the screen & # 39; Powered by Android & # 39 ;. I can not access the download mode and I can not enter recovery mode and do a hard reset.
By pressing and holding the volume down button and turning it on, it is left blank for about 5 seconds, and then the same start screen appears. Apologies if I missed something obvious, but what can I do to fix it? Or is it completely gone?

## dnd 5e – Is it possible for a character of any level to cast the 44 Cantrips in a week without magical items?

### Character

• Career: Tiefling (or High Elves if GGR funds are not allowed at the table)
• Background: Simic scientist
• Highlights
• Magical initiate [Druid]
• Spell Sniper [Druid]
• The classes: 18 levels
• Architect [Any Archetype]: Level 10
• Bard: Level 1
• Cleric [Arcana]: Level 1
• Druid [Land]: Level 2
• Magician [Any Archetype]: Level 1
• Sorcerer [Celestial]: Level 1
• Magician [Illusionist]: Level 2

There are some critical things that we are winning:

### The architect Cantrip right for work characteristic

At level 10, an Artificer gains the ability to exchange his Cantrips, one cantrip at a time, for short or long rest. To traverse the 19 Cantrips that an Artificer can prepare, they would need to rest 19 times in 7 days, with an average of approximately 3 breaks per day. That … is very easy to achieve, given 1 long break and 2 short breaks every day.

So far: 19/44 Cantrips.

### Bard / Cleric / Druid / Sorcerer / Warlock / Wizard

The base Cantrips provided by each of these classes will be added:

• Bard: 2
• Cleric: 3
• Druid: 2
• Sorcerer: 4
• Warlock: 2
• Wizard: 3

Total of this group: 16 Cantrips

So far: 35/44 Cantrips.

Some archetypes of each of these classes will give us some additional Cantrips.

• Arcana Cleric: 2 Cantrips (from the magician's spell list)
• Earth Druid: 1 Cantrip
• Celestial Warlock: 1 Cantrip-Sacred Flame
• Technically this also gives us Light, but since it is already on the Artificial list, you are not adding a new cantrip, and you can discard it
• Illusionist Wizard: 1 Cantrip-Minor illusion

Of this group: 5 Cantrips.

So far: 40/44 Cantrips

Two feats give us some extra Cantrips.

• Magical initiate: 2 Extra Cantrips We choose Druid because the Druids have the most exclusive Cantrips of their kind in the game, which makes it easier to collect all the Cantrips we need.
• Spell Sniper: 1 additional Cantrip (but only Cantrips Attack-Roll). We choose Druid again for the same reason.

From this group: 3 Cantrips.

So far: 43/44 Cantrips

Many races offer a Cantrip as a level 1 spellcasting feature. We could have gone with many different races (and see why we might have done it later), but Tiefling was my preference, so I went ahead.

From this group: 1 Cantrip.

So far: 44/44 Cantrips

Each of the Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica Backgrounds adds spells to all the spell lists a character has, including 2 or 3 Cantrips.

This does not increase the amount of cantrips we can learn, but it does offer some flexibility in the way we assign cantrips to each class / feature.

$$begin {array} {| l | l | lr |} hline textbf {Cantrip} & textbf {Source} & textbf {Feature} & kern 12em \ hline text {Acid Splash} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Create bonfire} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Dancing Lights} & text {Artificer} & text {Right Cantrip for work} \ hline text {Fire Bolt} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Frostbite} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Guidance} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Light} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Mage Hand} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Magic Stone} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Patch} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Message} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Poison Spray} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Prestidigitation} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Ray of Frost} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Resistance} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Shocking grip} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Spare the Dying} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Thorn Whip} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for work} \ hline text {Thunderclap} & text {Artificer} & text {Cantrip right for the job} \ hline text {Blade Ward} & text {Bard} & text {} \ hline text {Vicious Mockery} & text {Bard} & text {} \ hline text {Gust} & text {Cleric} & text {Arcana} \ hline text {Infestation} & text {Cleric} & text {Arcana} \ hline text {Toll the Dead} & text {Cleric} & text {} \ hline text {Word of Radiance} & text {Cleric} & text {} \ hline text {Druidcraft} & text {Cleric} & text {Simic Scientist} \ hline text {Control Flames} & text {Druid} & text {Circle of Land (Level 2)} \ hline text {Primal Savagery} & text {Druid} & text {} \ hline text {Produce Flame} & text {Druid} & text {Spell Sniper} \ hline text {Shape Water} & text {Druid} & text {} \ hline text {Shillelagh} & text {Druid} & text {Magic Initiate} \ hline text {Mold Earth} & text {Druid} & text {Magic Initiate} \ hline text {Booming Blade} & text {Sorcerer} & text {} \ hline text {Chill Touch} & text {Sorcerer} & text {} \ hline text {Friends} & text {Sorcerer} & text {} \ hline text {True Strike} & text {Sorcerer} & text {} \ hline text {Thaumaturgy} & text {Tiefling} & text {} \ hline text {Eldritch Blast} & text {Warlock} & text {} \ hline text {Green-Flame Blade} & text {Warlock} & text {} \ hline text {Sacred Flame} & text {Warlock} & text {Celestial} \ hline text {Encode thoughts} & text {Wizard} & text {} \ hline text {Lightning Lure} & text {Wizard} & text {} \ hline text {Minor Illusion} & text {Wizard} & text {Illusionist (Level 2)} \ hline text {Sword Burst} & text {Wizard} & text {} \ hline end {array}$$

There is an easy solution. Go with a High Elf instead, and choose Mold earth like your cantrip magician. The druid replaces Mold earth with Druidism, and the cleric picks Thaumaturgy. Personally, I just like Tiefling more, so that's what I was with.

## 4.4 kitkat – The Android application was closed automatically (crashed) many times

I hope you can help me. I apologize for asking this, since I'm not sure I can ask such a complex problem at Google.

I have Samsung SM-G530H or known as Grand Prime with Android 4.4.4 (KitKat). It was good until now before around 2 weeks. For about two weeks, the application that was opening many times suddenly closed. Not many of the applications I used and not the application I installed. I have not installed any application in these few months. The last application I installed was Basic 8086, a small educational application.

This is my phone that I used to browse (Chrome), to open FB (FB Lite), to watch YouTube, to take note with ColorNote and WhatsApp (WA). Of course, there are some more applications on my phone, but I did not use them or update them. But, nevertheless, the application that I used mostly updated: Chrome, YouTube, WA, and especially FB Lite (more often). Normally I just follow the suggestion to install the update.

Before I really realized there was a problem, the keyboard was missing many times when I was writing, and then showed up again from time to time. Then, this week, the application that I used mostly mentioned earlier and then I closed it suddenly. Since yesterday, the sudden closure was more frequent. And this morning is the summit.

This morning, I tried to solve the problem by uninstalling the update or uninstalling the applications one by one to see if any of the applications is causing the problem. Until now, as nothing of them the suspect. Then I installed CleanMaster to clean all the unwanted files and see if the unwanted files cause the problem. But it did not help either. Then I install the antivirus of the Security Center. That application itself found more problem, I closed more rarely. Then the last thing I installed was the Kampersky antivirus. With this antivirus, it seems that there is a bit slower the sudden closing (crash).

So my question, what is the problem with my phone?

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## Upgrade a rooted Android phone from 4.4 to a newer version

I have a Sony Xperia Z2 rooted with Android 4.4.4

Is it possible to update the phone to a new version of Android and still have root rights?

## Because the ImageView is not created in an android 4.4 (API 19) but in an android 7.1 (API 25?

I bring it in a summarized way to this, I have a GridLayout that has a background as seen in both images, and it contains 64 ImageView (In the code I did it with 4 only to avoid having to paste the 64 ImageView), I in the Java I have a vector of images, image direction, or whatever it is called, I do a random and according to the number I play, I'm assigning the ImageView according to the order they have in the GridLayout, an image of the vector gems.
The program works and assigns it correctly when I run it in a virtual device with Android 7.1 and upwards it shows me the ImageView, its images, the background of the Grid, all beautiful, but when I run it in a version older than Android 6.0 or 4.4 as I put in the image below, only the background of the GridLayout is seen and no ImageView is seen, search everywhere for 2 days and I did not find anything, I do not know what it could be, if any one could throw me a center, I would appreciate it very much, I leave the code here below

XML

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``````

JAVA

``````package com.example.bejeweledv19;

import android.os.Bundle;
import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity;
import android.view.View;
import android.widget.GridLayout;
import android.widget.ImageView;
import java.util.Random;
public class MainActivity extends AppCompatActivity {
int matrix[][]    = new int[2][2];
int[] gems = {R.drawable.red, R.drawable.blue, R.drawable.green,
R.drawable.orange, R.drawable.purple, R.drawable.yellow};
GridLayout grid;
@Override
protected void onCreate (Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate (savedInstanceState);
setContentView (R.layout.activity_main);
grid = findViewById (R.id.gridlayout);
Random random = new Random (System.currentTimeMillis ());
for (int i = 0; i <= 7; i ++) {
for (int j = 0; j <= 7; j ++) {
int num = random.nextInt (6);
matrix[i][j]    = num;
}
}
for (int i = 0; i <= 7; i ++) {
for (int j = 0; j <= 7; j ++) {
ImageView image = (ImageView) grid.getChildAt (i * 2 + j);
image.setImageResource (gems[matrix[matrix[matriz[matriz[i][j]]);
}
}
``````

This is seen in Android 7.1 (API 25)

This is seen in Android 4.4 (API 19)

## 4.4 kitkat – Odin easy to use alternative?

We just had a big problem in our company, since all the Android tablets that are with our clients stopped working, we do not have time to remember them, but we discovered that changing to a newer firmware using Odin makes things work again.

After our customers who are not technology experts download Odin, put the android in download mode and do the flashing process is not ideal, is there an alternative way we can try doing it? Any ideas on how to approach for your client to transfer your device to a specific firmware? The androids are not rooted.

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