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Android update situation
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Volker Weber    

Follow the link and you get to the July security bulletin:

BlackBerry has released a security update to address multiple vulnerabilities in BlackBerry powered by Android smartphones. We recommend users update to the latest available software build.

When BlackBerry says "release" it does not mean they also deliver. DTEK50 and DTEK60 received no update in all of June and are wating for the latest and greatest in July. PRIV received a 14 MB small update bringing the patch level to July 1 (not the full patch July 5). KEYone, which BlackBerry Mobile takes responsibility for is also waiting for AAM481 which is available in some regions but not here. That should take the phone to July 05.

To add some perspective, the Huawei P10 recently received an update, taking it to May 5, the same level as the DTEKs are sitting on.

Sounds good in theory



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Animoji!
Sat, Nov 18th 2017 9:32p   Volker Weber
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Control Spotify via Alexa on Sonos
Sat, Nov 18th 2017 9:09p   Volker Weber
Na also: @Spotify mit #Alexa auf @Sonos. Einfach als Standard in der Alexa-App einstellen. pic.twitter.com/PfAMeqhXfZ— Volker Weber (@vowe) November 18, 2017 Sonos has started beta support for Spotify and you don't have to do anything to make it work. I'd advise to set Spotify as your default music service in the Alexa app, but you can also tell Alexa to play from Spotify. If you have a Sonos One, you are all set. It just works. If you have an Echo speaker, you have to dir
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Brauche Nachhilfe für das Smart Home
Sat, Nov 18th 2017 4:52p   Volker Weber
Folgende Aufgabenstellung: Haus hat jede Menge Philips Hue. Jetzt gilt es, dumme Schalter von Gira (E2 55) für Deckenauslässe zu integrieren. Im Prinzip also: Schalter raus, neuen UP-Einsatz rein, Schalter darauf montieren. Busch-Jäger hat das, Gira nicht. Hue redet Zigbee.
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Sat, Nov 18th 2017 7:40a   Volker Weber
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Casey just started using the Note 8 Samsung is paying him to showcase
Fri, Nov 17th 2017 11:37a   Volker Weber
Samsung had a disaster last year with the Gallery Note 7 battery last year. To turn the tide the company is now dumping big money on Youtubers, or as Casey calls them "Creators". Casey's problem is that he does not know much about technology. I bet he did not know that we could see all along he was using Twitter on iPhone (and the web) when he was pretending to have "always been the Android guy". When iOS had this terrible autocorrect bug that turned a simple "I" into "A (illegible)" it
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What's a computer
Fri, Nov 17th 2017 9:19a   Volker Weber
I love this video. Need to practive folding down the Smart Keyboard. ;-)
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Fri, Nov 17th 2017 9:12a   Volker Weber
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Fri, Nov 17th 2017 8:54a   Volker Weber
I believe my perfect TV does not exist. But maybe you know better. Here is what I want (and don't want): A large 4k flat display, up to 100". Large is good. No 3D or curved glass. A TV satellite tuner for those moments I need to see live TV. Digital audio out via TOSlink. I don't need speakers. IR control for my Sonos. HDMI-CEC, USB Type A, several of each. All connectors in separate hide-away box. As little software as possible. No branding on the frame, or as little as possible.
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How Apple TV has changed my TV consumption
Thu, Nov 16th 2017 10:06p   Volker Weber
People have asked me how I find the time for a more active livestyle, and I have two answers: no Facebook, no TV. This isn't the whole truth. I do browse Facebook occasionally, but I don't engage. And I do watch some TV shows and movies, but I only do this on my terms. No schedule, on demand only. Since the software on my 2012 Samsung TV is horrible, all the contents comes in through an Apple TV. When I got the chance to try the 4K model, I took it. This TV won't display in 4K, HDR or Dolb
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One hundred to go #dontbreakthechain
Thu, Nov 16th 2017 8:36p   Volker Weber
In September 2015, more than two years and two months ago, I was proud to have completed 100 days tracking on the Apple Watch. Now it's just another 100 days to complete the last achievement of 1.000 Move goals.




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