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## flashing rom – Oppo A5 restarts continuously

First, you must remove the battery from your phone to turn it off for about 30 seconds. Now turn on the phone and verify.

Is it not working yet? Then, press the Volume Up + Start + Power button and try to erase data / factory reset the Oppo.

Still not working? Then we have to flash Stock Rom again with Fresh Files. (Download the new Stock rom and Flash tool)

Open the Flash tool and add the MBN file. The Flash tool will automatically take the rest of the firmware data … after Flash gives you 2 minutes because the first time is usually slow.

## real analysis – Lipschitz and continuously differentiable nowhere

It is well known that by Rademacher's Theorem, a function of Lipschitz $$f: [0,1] a mathbb R$$ It is differentiable almost everywhere.

This leads to two related follow-up questions:

• Can the set where $$f$$ it is not differentiable to be dense in $$[0.1]$$, but has zero measure?
• Can the set of discontinuities in $$f & # 39;$$ be dense in $$[0.1]$$?

## real analysis: monotonous function limited by a continuously differentiable function

Leave $$f: (0, infty) a (0, infty)$$ be a non-decreasing function such that $$f (x) a 0$$ how $$x to infty$$. Show that there is a continuously differentiable function $$tilde f: (0, infty) to (0, infty)$$ such that $$tilde f (x) geq f (x)$$ for all $$x geq 0$$ Y $$tilde f (x) a 0$$ how $$x to infty$$. Further, $$tilde f$$ can be chosen for $$x mapsto -x ln ( tilde f (x))$$ it's convex

I was reading these notes on uniform integrability and this is a claim in the Lemma 12.7 test that is taken for granted. Both statements seem intuitively clear, but I have no idea how I would do to prove them. Could someone give me a hint?

## Macos: How do I continuously check the status of a process and execute something once the process stops with an Apple Script?

I am using an Apple Script to open an application and transcode a file. What I need to be able to do is continuously verify the CPU usage of the process and when the CPU usage reaches 0 I need to do something else. Below is what I am using to get the process CPU usage (GoPro Player). Does anyone have a suggestion?

``````getProcessPercentCPU("GoPro Player")

on getProcessPercentCPU(someProcess)
do shell script "/bin/ps -xco %cpu,command | /usr/bin/awk '/" & someProcess & "\$/ {print \$1}'"
set GoProUsage to (do shell script "/bin/ps -xco %cpu,command | /usr/bin/awk '/" & someProcess & "\$/ {print \$1}'") as integer
end getProcessPercentCPU
``````

## client side: efficient way to continuously send data from the Android application to the server

I want to send data continuously from clients to my server.
For the desktop application, I do this using `python requests`Y `apscheduler`. It works very well and my REST-API handles it quite well. But, this makes the CPU much busier.
If I want to do the same in the Android application, what is the best approach that would decrease CPU usage?
I would be experimenting with socket.io, but I thought I should take some healthy advice here, so I'm looking for some.

## unit: how to set the Y position of the camera to the Y position of another object, but only once, not continuously?

Essentially, I want to set the Y position of the camera to another Y position of GameObject, but I just want to do this. If you do

`cam.transform.position = new Vector3(0, thing.transform.position.y, 0)`,

will be continually updated to and from that object. Even if I store the Y float in a variable and set the camera's y to update continuously. It is only supposed to happen once.

## Riemann integration: a continuously differentiable function \$ f \$ from \$[0,1]\$ to \$[0,1]\$ has the properties (a) f (0) = f (1) = 0.

A continuously differentiable function $$f$$ since $$(0.1)$$ to $$(0.1)$$ has the properties

(a) f (0) = f (1) = 0.

(yes) $$f ^ & # 39;} (x)$$ It is a non-increasing function of x.

Prove that the arc length of the graph does not exceed 3.

As I understand the question we want to show that $$int_ {0} 1 {f} x dx <3$$.

The first property that gives the conditions of Rolle's theorem implies that $$f ^ & # 39;} (c) = 0$$, $$c in (0,1)$$.

The second property gives the hint of the maximum value existing in $$c$$.

I tried to use the first theorem of the average value of integral, but found no conclusion.

Is there any other technique to solve this question?

I am currently using a third-party API to get results, using a REST (Retrofit) client.

The problem is that the number of requests per second I can make to the API is limited by the interval: I cannot make more than 10 requests per second with 100 ms between requests.

Since I want to make several threads of those calls for performance purposes, I wonder how I could manage this 100 ms interval between each API call.

I cannot sleep 100 ms in a single thread since it is limited to the current thread.

Is there any way to use a shared dream between multiple threads?
Or do you have any idea how to implement this?

Thank you.

## xmlservice: my service (software) is removed continuously after a Windows 10 update on a laptop / client

I have a service that runs in my clients' notebooks that use my software (Xmlservice)
I install this service from an installation project as an output file.
When Microsoft releases the update (for example, 1803 or later), this hosted service will be removed from the client and my software will no longer work. I have to do a new installation from my software.
This is how my service is hosted:

``````    void OpenHost()
{

var mBehave = new ServiceMetadataBehavior { HttpGetEnabled = true };

var httpb = new WSHttpBinding
{
{
MaxArrayLength = 10485760, MaxStringContentLength = 2524288
}, //max 10MB compressed transport
MaxBufferPoolSize = 2524288,