Flash Firefox OS 2.1 into your Tablet

OpenMoz

Excited about flashing 2.1 into your device? Well am too excited!

Flashing can be done via Windows as well as Linux and I will be explaining both the ways:

Point to be remember:

1: You have remote debugging enabled on your device.

2: Screen lock should be off, because when screen is off, device is disconnected.

For Linux user:

Step 1: Navigate to this link.

Step 2: Download all files and extract all files into home directory.

Step 3: Open your terminal and navigate to your home directory by this command.

$ cd

Step 4: Install adb and fastboot package into your system.

$sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb
$sudo apt-get install android-tools-fastboot

Step 5: connect your device through usb and type $adb devices in terminal.

$ adb devices
List of devices attached 
FLATFISH_123456    device

it would show your device name.

if it doesn’t echo anything then try running…

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Improving JPEG image encoding

Andreas Gal

Images are a big proportion of the data that browsers load when displaying a website, so better image compression goes a long way towards displaying content faster. Over the last few years there has been debate on whether a new image format is needed over the ubiquitous JPEG to provide better image data compression.

We published a study last year which compares JPEG with a number of more recent image formats, including WebP. Since then, we have expanded and updated that study. We did not find that WebP or any other royalty-free format we tested offers sufficient improvements over JPEG to justify the high maintenance cost of adding a new image format to the Web.

As an alternative we recently started an effort to improve the state of the art of JPEG encoders. Our research team released version 2.0 of this enhanced JPEG encoder, mozjpeg today. mozjpeg reduces the size…

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