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I'm in agreement with you. It is indeed a general bootloader warning. What's more? Yes, Google Translator, Bing Translator, and a voluntary translation from a trusted user on Portuguese Stack Exchange chat give us the same result for the first sentence of the post, which translated to what you thought as "Help me, with this message that is appearing on ...
Game development (and other development-related things) are off-topic on Android Enthusiasts. This community is mainly for solving problems as Android end-users.
Instead, there is a sister site for this specific topic, Game Development Stack Exchange. Otherwise, since this might also affect user-experience, User Experience Stack Exchange is also a possible ...
tl;dr: NAA, it's asking for help.
Your translation is correct, Izzy's is not.
The language is not grammatically correct, but it asks:
Help me, with this message that is appearingon my lenovo z5👉the bootloader is (...)
It is not offering help or suggesting solutions; it's NAA.
There's no such thing as "WiFi charging". Apps that purport to do this are hoaxes.
If you're asking about wireless charging that might be a different matter, as there are a few devices that use the technology and it looks to become even more common. (The new Motorola 360 watch is rumored to use wireless charging.)
But then, you're asking about a company ...
Development related questions are always flagged as "Off topic" in AE.
Either you are developing "for" Android or "on" Android, it's a question referring some "Development".
Just took an example:
You can install compilers in Android devices. Lets assume you need to compile a program written in any language (commonly ...
That's some really thorough investigation, and it's good to see that you've put this much thought into the flags, even if they were declined in this case.
I didn't see the flags when you raised them, but I agree with the reasoning that Izzy presented. The answers this user posted are genuinely helpful and relevant to the questions. The answers are nearly ...
As already mentioned on Matthew's comment,
"How to use the limited set of operations provided by a particular app to calculate arcsin" is a math question. Everything you just described is about math. If you want a calculator app with more operations then you should use one.
Basically, the issues are:
You can't find arcsine function in stock calculator
For this one, I still think that your question is on-topic on here.
From help center,
If your question generally covers...
Using your Android device
Using a particular app on your Android device
Trying to solve an error or other issue in using your Android device
Yes, the question is about using Android device to boot an ISO file. Whether if it's possible ...
The more appropriate close reason for the current and previous revision of the post might be "primarily opinion based".
You could argue that one could collect statistics about which manufacturers upgrade the most often, and so on, but it's a rather complicated endeavor. Within specific time periods and device lines you're going to find wildly different ...
I'd start with this:
... as the problem at hand has been fixed ...
Yes, if you solved a problem yourself, you're always encouraged to post a self-answer (and accept it if appropriate).
The goal of Stack Exchange is to build a library of knowledge to help not only the question asker, but more importantly, all future visitors to the sites. Therefore any ...
Judging by the number of low-quality deleted answers on this question, it's just a question that has been high in Google search results for a long time. Such questions are most likely to attract spam answers because spammers want to attack the pages that get most views, or that show up in searches for their spam keywords.
You'll notice some similarities ...
I don't actually participate on the main site much, so I held my tongue the first the first few times I saw this question, but... disallowing developing-on-Android questions simply because of the word "development" feels like an incredibly prescriptivist view of the rules to me.
Setting aside the the specific main site post that led to this question, and ...
Since the new phrasing of the question is better, I'll reopen the question. I still fear that the answers will become obsolete quickly, since all solutions depend on specific apps, but at least you'll get some solutions.