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If you have Flash support on your phone, you can use NetProxy (download here) to download the help files, fix the file, and then use the offline fixer to fix them. It’s a free app and it’s how I fixed my BlackBerry’s browser when they included PPPOD with the new BB update but didn’t want to let me do anything on the device.
For the CDMA world, you would want to try Motorola’s MIDPfix. Unfortunately, I think the fixes they provided are for Windows Mobile only.
For the GSM world, you want to try the CFW-MFP Forum’s help on the following threads:
CFW-MFP Bricked
CFW-MFP Software updater
CFW-MFP Broken Software updater
While that isn’t specifically for the CDMA RIL, it’s the CFW that you will have to download and run to make the device usable again. If they have not fixed the CDMA RIL, there are plenty of threads on how to fix the RIL as well.


How to use Javadocs in JavaProps?

I am struggling trying to make use of package Javadocs in my properties files. I also cannot find any documentation for how to use them (except for the standard Javadoc API).
For example, javadoc contains a Changelog for use in release notes, but when I try to use it with a properties file it wants to classpath the javadocs folder instead.
I am new to properties files but I believe my question is the same as this one:


JavaProps wiki has a section on including Javadoc documentation as part of the JavaDocProps files.


Asterisk Input

I am running Asterisk 9 and trying to create an input that is the default beep if there is no input from the user.

Accusations of a bias against China and the United States were made by China and some US officials.

The demonstration at Tiananmen Square also marked the first public display of force by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in response to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.

A message on the Great Wall proclaimed that the wall was a monument of a “long history of friendship between China and the United States” and criticized the leadership of the US as “irresponsible and immoral” for forcing China to make concessions to the United States. The United States said that the demonstration was a deliberate attempt to embarrass and disrupt diplomatic talks.

Protests after the May Fourth massacre and the June 4 crackdown

After the Tiananmen protests in 1989, the number of people who participated in student-led protests and demonstrations against the government in China soared. On May 27, 1989, 26 students were shot and killed and 479 were injured during a protest against the government on the Peking University campus in Beijing. The protests were organized by the Beijing Student Autonomous Prefecture, which had the support of most of the university’s 2,000 students; however, the Beijing Higher School Teacher’s Association and the teachers at Peking University opposed the students. Protests erupted in several Chinese cities on May 28. On June 4, 1989, a secret police force, the People’s Armed Police, broke up the protesters, and after a series of confrontations and confrontations with people in the streets, thousands were killed and hundreds of thousands were arrested.

During the protests, Chinese propaganda condemned what they called foreign-backed traitors and armed anti-revolution groups. The government accused the protesters of using “bourgeois democracy,” “leftism,” and “liberalism” to subvert the Communist Party. One book published by the government said that the protesters were a horde of hired mercenaries led by the United States Central Intelligence Agency, the United States State Department, and British intelligence. The United States government had provided military training to people who had participated in the crackdown. The United States Congress passed the Tiananmen Square Protests and the Crackdown on Human Rights Defenders of 1989.

The Chinese government maintained that at least 200,000 demonstrators participated in the protests. In contrast, the Chinese government estimated the number killed at less than 500. The Chinese government also claims that most of the dead were shot by their own security forces, and that only a few were killed by armed protesters. The Chinese government claims

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