It was evident that Microsoft's releasing of Mango would lead to leaks, such as the one over at XDA Developers.
Unfortunately, these leaks required the users to already be developer unlocked, which more or less took the point out of it. This tool will run the Update file to provision your device to receive beta updates.
Look here to see if this might be an alternative for you: What happens when a duplicate key is put into a Hash Map?
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Either the key was missing, or the key was present and associated with the value null.
You can't tell which it was with this with contains(key), because essentially it checks to see if that key is null, so if you set a key to null, and then check it to see if it exists it would return false, so there is really no way to tell no matter the method if the key was set or not. The Map interface doesn't guarantee that the keys are stored in a tree - that's an implementation detail for some implementations. From your question it could just as easily be a using your "inefficient" method will lose you fractions of milliseconds, unfortunately, no matter what type of map you use, any way that an implementation would be added would be no slower than checking outside, as seeing it's almost guaranteed that the method they'd use to check if the key didn't exist would probably be the same as what you would do to create the functionality.
Solution 2 Try removing any proxy settings, you can do this by following these steps.
will only return true if you really added they key (CAN be null) to the map not otherwise - that's how it's documented, but if you don't believe the documentation you can look at the implementation.. If you made a Map, had the functionality to check if a key exists, and then you made a more efficient method for checking it to prevent overwrites, wouldn't you update the check method to the more efficient method too?
I don't think there's any way around checking "contains()" to see whether or not the key exists or not.
If you have a URI error, run from the command line. Otherwise, only copies the old Zune backups to C:\Pre Mango State and doesn't touch the phone at all (because Zune already own the connection to the phone).
One warning message scrolls by too fast for anyone to catch this problem. Make sure you have enough disk space in C: drive because copies the old backups in there.