Do you have a problem with your wake up time? Do you often get up too late? You deserve trying this app. Its name is Fajar Warrior Alarm, “just” an alarm app. Actually there are a lot of similar app in the PlayStore. But I choose this one for you, because it’s free (of course the others are free as well though), free of charge and free of ads, that’s the point. I hate apps that show ads so often. And luckily, there is still a generous developer who doesn’t take the user’s freedom to not showing ads in his app. I mean this alarm app.
So, what else that makes it awesome? The challenge to stop the alarm voice. You couldn’t stop the alarm, unless you type the exact same sentence (a hadith) in the input it has. Actually I searched for “math alarm” when I found this app. But unfortunately it contained ads, so I looked for another app instead. And it led me to this Fajar Warrior Alarm.
The idea is similar to the app I wanted in the first place. It won’t stop the noisy alarm until the user type in some expected text. It causes the user to use his/her fully consciousness when typing the answer. And hopefully make the user totally wake up. So curious about it? Just install it and try it on your phone. Good luck.
I have roughly a thousand contacts in my Google account that are synced to my Android. Since they’re saved in Google’s server, I don’t worry if I have to hard reset my phone, for instance. Or the worst thing: it’s lost. So, actually, I would never remove any contact unless it’s really disappeared from this earth. Wkwkwk…
Then comes to my mind a desire not to let a few of them seeing my activities on Whatsapp, in this case status updates. Yeah, maybe I’m the only one who really get paranoid about sort of thing called “online privacy”, actually “fake privacy”, I know.
So, in one day, unintentionally, I found one of my contact had no name on Whatsapp. I rather confused then, what caused it. So thanks to my super curiosity, I kept searching, and eventually I found out a suspect: ASUS Contact Manager, coupled with a setting inside Whatsapp. Take a look these screenshots:
And as the result, only certain people who can see my rapid status updates on Whatsapp. Wkwkwk…
Of course I don’t have to do all those sort of things though, since the one who can see our Whatsapp updates is he/she who also save our phone number in his/her phone. I haven’t tried it on other phone than Zenfone, as I couldn’t find the feature to show/hide contacts. Perhaps you have found it out? Just push your comment below.
Hi, it’s me again! 😁 This time, I just want to finish off the last draft post in this blog. A kind of monument of my overwhelming procrastination, as this post was actually drafted in January this year. The draft was containing a phrase and a link as follow:
Yeah, just like that. I remember what was it: title of a TV show. I have forgot how excited I was when I watched it, then though. But I supposed to be enjoying it so much that I wanted to share it to the world. Just click the link above and you’ll find out what in the earth is that show. Hope you enjoy it as well.
Hi again! You might be surprised for I post this in less than 24 hours after the previous one, so did I. 😁
Here will I share my first ever experience on packaging an RPM package in Fedora Linux. Umm, actually not the first time though, as I have been trying this before, but I didn’t record it in my mind. I mean I forget when or how it was going. 😁 Continue reading RPM Packaging tutorial for Fedora
Hi my blog audience, it’s been a long time I didn’t write here, did I? Actually there was nothing weird nor wrong here. I just quite discouraged to write posts in English then. For I have decided to fill this WordPress blog with English posts only. And in fact, I am still learning English as well, so you may find some glitches in this post and few others earlier.
A few days ago, more precisely on August 25, OpenShift by RedHat emailed me and many other developers around the world. They announced something tragic news, that they would suspend their valuable OpenShift online v.2. And it’s going to happen just in a month ahead (September 30, 2017). It’s kind of surprising and overwhelming, as we have to migrate our production apps that run on OpenShift into the newer generation of it that we might haven’t given it try yet. Continue reading This is ephemeral world, after all
This time, I’ll present a tutorial about video editing with Kdenlive, an awesome video editor for Linux. The tutorial is about how to force video aspect ratio to 16:9. Sometimes, we’ve got a recording of TV and it has a distorted aspect ratio. I mean, the resolution is not fully fit on screen, rather it’s 4:3 instead and has black boxes at the left and right side. So I will show you how to deal with it.
Please just check this out, even though it’s in Bahasa Indonesia. 🙂
Downgrading is something that looks scary. Come to think of it: come back to the past is something everyone afraid of, right? 😀 Nevertheless, sometimes downgrading is the option we want to choose when the current app is not working well, and there is no option to upgrade.
Recently I had VLC in Fedora that cannot stream from my Raspberry Pi DLNA server. The server is not listed on the UPNP playlist. While when I try VLC in Android, it could see the server. In the debug log message (CTRL+M), there were a couple of error messages, something like upnp services discovery: Initializing libupnp on '(null)'.
And actually, the workaround is simple: there is a feature of DNF to downgrade the working version of packages. In this case, the newest version of VLC that I installed from COPR repo cannot work with the latest libupnp version. Then I have to downgrade it to the previous version which fortunately still working.