The entirety argument states that there is got to be more more to it than this. This is not everything that there is to it. What's more, is something that is not, by definition. When we say it is not, that is to say it is not "here" and not that it is not in existence. But where is it, then? The entirety argument concludes that it "is" and surely there is more to it than this and that this is not all that there is to it.
1: Support, sustain and secure a project: There was no one to backup the project. 2: In computing it means copying it before messing up the code: I didn't make any backups before playing around with my site last night. 3. A way of learning the importance of backup: Seriously man!! Don't forget to install that backup program.
"and nothing but the truth" seems redundant and unnecessarily distracting. Obviously there is such a thing as "the truth", or we wouldn't be talking about it, and "the whole truth" elegantly addresses the issue of incomplete truth..
I guess "nothing but the truth" means don't waste my time with this c%@#!
A micro-usb cable has 5 pins. One is unused. You can connect two of them to make a factoryboot cable, which powers the device and enables you to flash your device. This means replacing the OS on the ROM (read only memory) with an open version of android and revive a bricked device.
If you understood what I just said, we should definitely hang around.