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There are ways around these limitations, though. We have an elaborate guide that helps you to "uninstall" any pre-installed system app from your Android device, that too without root access. There's usually no problem when removing a couple of bloatware packages in that way, but things just get tedious when you have no idea which app is safe to remove or not. To fill the void, XDA Member w1nst0n_fr came up with the Universal Android Debloater project - a shell script that relies on community-maintained OEM and carrier-specific bloatware lists for seamless debloating. A few months ago, the developer rewrote the whole thing in Rust and transformed it into a full-fledged cross-platform GUI tool. Now, the latest release of Universal Android Debloater GUI adds a host of new packages to the debloat lists, brings multi-device support, persistent settings for portability, and several other improvements.




uni-android tool version 6.0 full 13



At the time of writing, the version number of the most recent build is 0.4.1, which is a hotfix for the 0.4 major release. One of the prime improvements in the 0.4 update is the asynchronous execution of parallel ADB commands, which greatly enhances the UI responsiveness. The "Recommended" debloat list has been revised too, hence it's less likely to remove something you'd want to keep. The debloat list now contains a couple of new packages corresponding to Fairphone, Qualcomm, Unihertz, Xiaomi, and the British carrier EE. Lastly, for Arch Linux users, the Universal Android Debloater tool is now available in the AUR in the form of universal-android-debloater-bin (as binary) and universal-android-debloater (as source).


The purpose of this toolkit is to encourage and facilitate cooperation with a wide array of stakeholders in pursuit of a common goal to reduce harmful drinking. While the Toolkit is primarily intended for industry members, it is also a ...


For a secure environment, we strongly recommend users upgrade to Visual Studio 2022 for Mac, the currently supported version of Visual Studio for Mac, which ships a fully supported .NET 6.0.X SDK and 3.1.X runtime.


KAVRemover cannot be run from a directory whose path contains non-ASCII characters from a Windows localization other than the current one.This may happen if the username is in non-Latin characters and the user runs the tool from the Desktop.


Kitware provides training sessions on CMake on a regular basis. If you are interested, please register. Kitware provides support for your CMake project such as migration from other tools to CMake, auditing of existing CMake-based project and training. You can always contact kitware for more information regarding CMake. If you want to get regular updates or more information regarding CMake services please leave us your email:


NOTE: your dependencies may need to be updated if their com.android.tools.build:gradle version is too old. Alternatively, both the kotlin and tools:gradle versions can be downgraded to compatible version that match metadata (although Android Studio will warn for that not matching the IDE Kotlin version)


Gradle is a build system that automates a number of build processes and prevents many common build errors. Unity uses Gradle for all Android builds. You can either build the output package (.apk, .aab) in Unity, or export a Gradle project from Unity, and then build it with an external tool such as Android Studio.


Your Pixel's camera app can interpret QR codes, but Android 13 introduces an additional way to scan these visual links in a quick settings tile that you can stick next to settings like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles. It's not visible by default. To expose it, fully expand your notification shade, then tap the pencil icon near the lower-right corner. Then drag the QR code scanner tile up to your active tiles.


how to run uad after placing it in platform-tools in Linux?? double clicking it says >> unknown file type. This file has no known program associated with it. to open it, use the *open with* dialog to pick a program to open it. running it from terminal says *no such command*


Hi,I did what was told. I also enabled the debugging USB, did the CMD things, and installed the universal remover tool; after opening it up, My phone, which is a realme 3 pro, cant be detected on the app. can you tell me what I should do?


Xcode is Apple's integrated development environment (IDE) for macOS, used to develop software for macOS, iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS. It was initially released in late 2003; the latest stable release is version 14.2, released on December 13, 2022, via the Mac App Store with macOS Monterey.[3] The software suite is offered free of charge. Registered developers can download preview releases and prior versions of the suite through the Apple Developer website.[4] Xcode includes command-line tools which enable UNIX-style development via the Terminal app in macOS.[5] They can also be downloaded and installed without the GUI.


In September 2016, the Swift Playgrounds application for iPad (also available on macOS starting in February 2020) was released, incorporating these ideas into an educational tool. Xcode's Playgrounds feature continued development, with a new step-by-step execution feature introduced in Xcode 10 at WWDC 2018.[26]


Xcode also includes Apple's WebObjects tools and frameworks for building Java web applications and web services (formerly sold as a separate product). As of Xcode 3.0, Apple dropped[27] WebObjects development inside Xcode; WOLips[28] should be used instead. Xcode 3 still includes the WebObjects frameworks.


Xcode 2.0 was released with Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger". It included the Quartz Composer visual programming language, better Code Sense indexing for Java, and Ant support. It also included the Apple Reference Library tool, which allows searching and reading online documentation from Apple's website and documentation installed on a local computer.


Xcode 3.0 was released with Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard". Notable changes since 2.1 include[29] the DTrace debugging tool (now named Instruments), refactoring support, context-sensitive documentation, and Objective-C 2.0 with garbage collection. It also supports Project Snapshots, which provide a basic form of version control; Message Bubbles, which show build errors debug values alongside code; and building four-architecture fat binaries (32 and 64-bit Intel and PowerPC).


Xcode 3.1 was an update release of the developer tools for Mac OS X, and was the same version included with the iPhone SDK. It could target non-Mac OS X platforms, including iPhone OS 2.0. It included the GCC 4.2 and LLVM GCC 4.2 compilers. Another new feature since Xcode 3.0 is that Xcode's SCM support now includes Subversion 1.5.


In June 2010, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference version 4 of Xcode was announced during the Developer Tools State of the Union address. Version 4 of the developer tools consolidates the Xcode editing tools and Interface Builder into one application, among other enhancements.[31][32] Apple released the final version of Xcode 4.0 on March 9, 2011. The software was made available for free to all registered members of the $99 per year Mac Developer program and the $99 per year iOS Developer program. It was also sold for $4.99 to non-members on the Mac App Store (no longer available). Xcode 4.0 drops support for many older systems, including all PowerPC development and software development kits (SDKs) for Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5, and all iOS SDKs older than 4.3. The deployment target can still be set to produce binaries for those older platforms, but for Mac OS platforms, one is then limited to creating x86 and x86-64 binaries. Later, Xcode was free to the general public. Before version 4.1, Xcode cost $4.99.[33]


Xcode 4.3, released on February 16, 2012, is distributed as one application bundle, Xcode.app, installed from the Mac App Store. Xcode 4.3 reorganizes the Xcode menu to include development tools.[36] Xcode 4.3.1 was released on March 7, 2012 to add support for iOS 5.1.[37] Xcode 4.3.2 was released on March 22, 2012 with enhancements to the iOS Simulator and a suggested move to the LLDB debugger versus the GDB debugger (which appear to be undocumented changes).[citation needed] Xcode 4.3.3, released in May 2012, featured an updated SDK for Mac OS X 10.7.4 "Lion" and a few bug fixes.[38]


On June 2, 2014, at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced version 6 of Xcode. One of the most notable features was support for Swift, an all-new programming language developed by Apple. Xcode 6 also included features like Playgrounds and live debugging tools.[43] On September 17, 2014, at the same time, iOS 8 and Xcode 6 were released. Xcode could be downloaded on the Mac App Store.


On June 3, 2019, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Xcode version 11 was announced; a beta version was released the same day. Xcode 11 introduced support for the new features in Swift 5.1, as well as the new SwiftUI framework (although the interactive UI tools are available only when running under macOS 10.15).[52] It also supports building iPad applications that run under macOS; includes integrated support for the Swift Package Manager; and contains further improvements to the editor, including a "minimap" that gives an overview of a source code file with quick navigation.[53] Xcode 11 requires macOS 10.14 or later[52] and Xcode 11.4 requires 10.15 or later. [54]


Oracle APEX 22.2 is fully supported through Oracle Support Services on allEditions (EE, SE2, SE, and SE1) of the Oracle database, 12.1.0.2 or higherwith a valid Oracle Database Technical Support agreement.


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