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Select the Boot Antidote XP application to help the user view a BOOT.INI file. All BOOT.INI information will be displayed in a window with a list of variables and a button to save or delete it. Some variables cannot be viewed or edited so some of them will be pre-defined. For other variables, the user can view it or add it to the Boot.ini file. Then, when Boot.ini is saved and modified, the values of these variables will be changed.
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If the BOOT.INI file is located in the system drive, it will be displayed in the Boot Antidote XP application.
It is possible to select all boot variables to view or change. Other values can be modified and saved as default values.
If you have a BOOT.INI file, it is possible to select and view the variables and their values. You can change values, save them and add them to the boot.ini file.
Now, it is possible to add or delete boot variables, based on their values. It is also possible to add new variables and make them as default values.
To modify and save a boot.ini file, the user will have to click on the button “Save/Load” located in the upper right corner of the boot.ini file viewer.
If the BOOT.INI file is located on the system drive, you can select all boot variables by clicking on the button “Select” on the upper left corner of the file viewer.
To load or delete the boot.ini file, click on “Load/Save”.
Other features
– Preview a boot.ini file
– Save, load and delete boot.ini files
– Select variables in a list or add new ones to the boot.ini file
– Modify all boot variables
– Change current default values
– Add new variables and make them as default values
– Load a new default boot.ini file

The Boot Antidote XP application was designed to be a small tool that will help the use view, change or set as default a boo.ini file.
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Facebook SDK for Android is a software development environment that was designed to help advanced users to add Facebook support for their Android applications.
It’s main purpose is to allow application developers to integrate Facebook in their own applications.
The SDK is open source and is available under the Apache License.
This SDK brings a lot of insight data related to the user’s behaviour and interaction with the application.
In this post I will try to describe how to use Facebook SDK for Android and explain what it can do.


There are different ways to use the SDK. The most common way is to simply include the SDK in your project’s directory, so that every time you recompile your code it automatically registers in the Facebook platform.
To do this, you can add the facebook-android-sdk-3.2.0.aar or any other version that suits your needs to your build path.
Please note that the Facebook SDK for Android can be referenced to via Maven or Gradle and can be managed like any other dependency of your code.

Registration Process

If the Facebook SDK is used from within your application, the first thing you will have to do is to register your application in the Facebook servers.
This process is as simple as performing a POST request from your own servers to Facebook’s servers.
With this post request you are verifying that your application is an Android client that should be able to use the Facebook API.

//BaseURL will be obtained from the web server of your application
URL url = new URL(BaseURL);
HttpURLConnection connection = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
connection.setRequestProperty(“Content-Type”, “application/x-www-form-urlencoded”);
connection.setRequestProperty(“Content-Length”, “5”);

//Use the POST request to verify if the app’s server is capable of using the Facebook API
//You can also use it to insert credentials (this is highly insecure)
DataOutputStream wr = new DataOutputStream(connection.getOutputStream());
wr.writeBytes(“client_id=” + clientID + “&”
+ “client_secret=” + clientSecret + “&”


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