CCleaner v3.0

from Piriform

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CCleaner Since its initial release in 2004, CCleaner has been the market-leading cleaning tool for Windows PCs. We are proud to announce the release of CCleaner v3.0! This release includes a multitude of features and changes, but don’t worry we haven’t changed the interface too much, so you’ll still know how to use it. 🙂
Changes include:

  • A new 64-bit native EXE designed specifically for 64-bit systems.
  • A new Drive Wiper tool screen under the Tools section, which allows users to securely erase the contents or free space on a specified drive.
  • Improved support for Internet Explorer 9 and the Google Chrome browsers.
  • We have also added improved cleaning support for HTML5 database storage, allowing CCleaner to effectively manage the next generation of web applications.
  • Additional cleaning support for Microsoft Silverlight Isolated Storage.
  • We’ve added three new environment variables (%SystemDirectory%, %SystemDirectory32%, and %SystemDirectory64%).
  • New application icon.
  • New Intelligent cookie keeping feature.
  • and more…

You can download CCleaner 3.0 now at

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  • Recuva – File recovery software from Piriform
  • Defraggler – Hard disk defragmentation tool from Piriform
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Tonite, this morning.5:43..

Damn sh*t howdy, tonite turned in a dime and balla sh*t was happennin’, still evolving now… 😉

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The problem is a bug in a lot of 2.1 roms out there now.

The problem is a bug in a lot of 2.1 roms out there now.

There is a fix:

1) Go to dialer, put in *#*#4636#*#*

2) Press Phone Information

3) Press Menu, and pick Select Radio Band (ITS NORMAL TO GET A FORCE CLOSE)

4) Go down and change GSM Auto(PRL) to CDMA Auto (PRL)

The reason this is sucking battery is because the phone is connected using CDMA PRL but its set to GSM so its looking for a signal via SIM, which we don’t have.