ORADeveloper may save your connection information (including password) on disk if you want to. You can choose to save your connection with password or not. All passwords are encrypted and stored in private app memory area which is inaccessible by other programs. Passwords are using only for connecting and reconnecting to database.
First, you need to root your device. Second, you need to open /system/etc/mixer_path_mtp.xml file for edit, find the following line and increase value (to 90 in my example). Do not increase value higher than 95 or you may break your speaker. <path name=”voice-handset”> <ctl name=”RX1 Digital Volume” value=”90″/> </path>
ORADeveloper is the first IDE for Oracle Databases on Android. Directly connect to an existing database without any middleware, browse objects, run user scripts, compile sources, and much more! Main features: – Multi-connection model allows you to execute multiple parallel queries – Database object browser makes it easy to operate objects, such as source compilation,… Read More »
There are many OpenDPI based implementations and their versions. There are many ndpi-netfilter implementations and versions too. But I found only one that works pretty well on Orange PI. I’ve tested it on Orange PI Plus and Armbian. I’ve searched a lot for working nDPI so now I don’t know how many additional packages you… Read More »
I don’t know why, but installing Android x86 6.0 and 7.0 on VMWare ESXi is not quite simple as it should be. The short story 1) Correctly make bootable disk 2) Install Android 3) Modify GRUB with “nomodeset xforcevesa” parameters to boot android 4) Fix parameters in GRUB after android loads And the long story… Read More »