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    EBC~Radio Role of Govt. Roms 13, & much more

    in Religion

    We are a Christian Apologetics and Worldview Radio Show. We discuss various topics that affect your life as a Christian. We disuss theology, religion, false religions, religious movements and various other topics. 

  • 01:05

    Spirit-filled Christian/Carnal Christian Roms. 8

    in Spirituality

    Defining the difference from a Mature Christian  and a Immature Christian

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    "Committed Christian, Carnal Christian" Roms 8

    in Christianity

    Defining the difference of a carnal Christian and a committed  Christian

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    The dual Nature within us(The struggle of the Spirit against the Flesh)Roms.7:

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    Understanding why though we are saved......we still struggle with the temptation to sin. Sin Has been eradicated in our lives, rather is power has been taken by Christ on the cross

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    DailyRootz! 06/20/12 Sponsored By Swappa!

    in Gadgets

    Well, it didn’t take long for AOSP to find its way to Samsung’s newest Galaxy S flagship. Before the Galaxy S III has even reached North America, Cyanogenmod 9 and AOKP have already found their way to the root community, courtesy of Team Hacksung and Rootzwiki member netchip.

    Both ROMs use Team Hacksung’s device tree, which currently has the following issues:

    FM radio is not working (when’s the last time you used FM radio on your phone?).

    Camera flash is acting wonky, but the camera evidently works just fine without the flash.

    LED notifications are inactive when the phone is being charged.

    Please follow the installation instructions carefully for installing these two ROMs on your Galaxy S III devices, especially since the root, the custom recovery (an unofficial version of Clockwork Recovery), and the device tree are all very new. http://goo.gl/oKp1G

    In the usual Google fashion of celebrating things that you didn't think needed celebrating, summer means discounts. Discounts on apps in Google Play, that is. Google's "Longest Day of the Year" discount day is a great way to cash in on some new apps and games that you might have been holding out for, due to price. The sale is a one day event, but hey, it's the longest day, so you have extra time, right? http://goo.gl/jg6jb

    Thanks to Swappa for sponsoring today’s podcast, check them out at www.swappa.com for the very best way to buy or sell gently used Android devices.  They are also doing a tweet to win contest for a Kindle Fire! There’s instructions on the front page of swappa.com, take a few seconds to get your entry in!

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    DailyRootz! 06/18/12 Sponsored By Swappa!

    in Gadgets

    To say that the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 and AT&T Skyrocket variants of the hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S2 have not had much choice in the way of custom ROMs to run on our phones would be a major disservice to the excellent developers that have given us a nice variety of builds.Thanks to Shane Rodgers, and read more on the front page of RootzWiki.com http://goo.gl/wkZeo
    Samsung Galaxy S3 current (and soon to be) owners, rooting your device just got significantly easier thanks to mskip of XDA. He’s the same developer who brought us the Galaxy Nexus Toolkit that simplified the rooting process. Big thanks to mskip for his hard work with this Toolkit and thanks to Derek De La Cruz for the heads up. Read more on the front page of RootzWiki.com http://goo.gl/9cL7D
    Team Kang has announced this morning via their Twitter account that they’ve got an AOKP build ready for the HTC One X. Watch the RootzWiki and AOKP_ROM Twitter accounts for more information, and you can bet they’ll have a thread going in their forums over at RootzWiki.
    Thanks to Swappa for sponsoring today’s podcast, check them out at www.swappa.com for the very best way to buy or sell gently used Android devices. 

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    DailyRootz! 06/08/12 Sponsored by Swappa!

    in Gadgets

    This week, Google released a factory version 4.0.4 (IMM76K) restore image for the Verizon Wireless variant of the Galaxy Nexus. This image is useful for those of you that may need to return your phones for warranty replacement or just simply want to get back to the latest stock ICS release. Factory images are also handy things to keep around for those who flash alternative ROMs. Google already merged 4.0.4 into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository quite a while back, with much of the custom ROM community making use of the updated code for their ICS based ROMs. http://goo.gl/APAza
    Thursday morning, Samsung responded to the attempt by Apple to ban import sales of the Galaxy S III into the United States. Thanks to Mikey Lewis, read more at rootzwiki.com http://goo.gl/QveHV
    Verizon has been hard at work expanding their LTE Network. On Thursday, June 21, a new slate of cities will have 4G LTE service turned on or expanded. Verizon's current 4G LTE Network covers 258 markets and, by the end of 2012, should cover 400 markets across 49 states. http://goo.gl/4AkXc
    Thanks to Swappa for sponsoring today’s podcast, check them out at www.swappa.com for the very best way to buy or sell gently used Android devices.

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