It can be safely assumed that the Apple bootloader and the "low level drivers" reside in ROM for Apple devices. On Android, it is an MBR partition.
The reason is because Google decided that Android "freeboot" is not worth the hassle of having the phone work right and boot up quickly.
The grandparent of QWERTY keyboards is the "Mercer" standard.
Mercer is basically a QWERTY keyboard with a bunch of extra keys.
There are many variations of the Mercer standard.
The standard Apple keyboard uses the qwerty keyboard layout with the "Fn" key in the center row, as opposed to being in the left hand column.
Most people hate that because it is uncomfortable for most and hard to remember that way.
The grpad Apple mouse/keyboard comes configured "on the fly" depending on the size of the screen.
It also has the "arrow" key in the center row.
In spite of the keyboard being a bit weird, it works beautifully and people have been using it for over 25 years.
In addition to a small set of macro keys in the center row, there are extra keys for copy/paste and "disc mode" for CD-ROMs and CD-Rs.
The typical mp3 player only has a few keys to navigate, one with "fast forward/back" and one to change tracks and replay.
There are several Android "toys" that emulate the iphone/ipod keyboard for selling apps that support it.
It would be great if I get to see a real qwerty keyboad in the next version of Android.
The next version of Android will have a new bootloader and recovery area.
It is not intended to be easy to boot into the Android OS. But allow anyone to boot into Android for a limited period of time.
Whenever the user wants to switch bootloader/recovery, the computer can do that, while still running Android.
This "rooted" Android is not allowed to run any of your apps.
It also allows a "recovery" feature.
In the next version of Android, there will be the ability to select "recovery" from the options menu.
I suspect this will work like Ubuntu's "recovery" option.
Here is a quote from another site:
Where is line 58? I'm very new to programming, and some of the things I've been reading are still unclear to me.
You should use Scanner instead of BufferedReader:
Scanner reader = new Scanner(new File("libraries/x.txt"));
Then it should return you all lines.
TSQL MAX of last 10 grouped by the first value
I would like to take the max value from a table based on a grouped by the last digit value:
1 1a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 1
2 2a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 2
3 3a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 3
4 4a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 4
5 5a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 5
6 6a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 6
7 7a51ab1e-96ef-4bb1-9da5-4a308c792bab 7