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How to fix BeTools expired key error

If you tried flashing with BeTools and there's a popup showing some errors, like in the screenshot below (click to view full screenshot)


Note: it may not exactly be the same date as in the screenshot.

Follow the steps below to fix:

Video tutorial

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  1. Once such error is shown on your screen, close BeTools completely
  2. Adjust your PC date. (scroll down-right of your PC screen; right-click on date/time and select "Adjust date/time"
  3. Turn off 'set time automatically'
  4. Then manually change date to "June 5, 2017". That is, 06/05/2017
  5. Save and exit
  6. Run BeTools again
  7. Select and load the same key you previously tried
  8. Now the key should work just fine and let you flash/fix whatever it is you wanted to fix.
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Several authors argue that a literary essay belongs to a hybrid genre; this is because its execution requires an aesthetic dimension, but also logical reasoning to present its themes and ideas. In other words, literary essays merge logical analysis with aesthetic composition.
In addition, literary essays are personal and didactic testimonies where the writer can reflect on his subjectivity, defend his criticisms with arguments and convince readers of his point of view.

It can be argued that the essay as a written You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view. expression has its origins in classical antiquity, where Greek philosophers wrote "discourses" aimed at expressing their opinions on various topics. However, essays began to be used more frequently from the 16th century onwards, with important writers and philosophers such as Francis Bacon and Michel de Montaigne.

Literary essays, for their part, are aspects of the essay style that are not only responsible for communicating the author's point of view and perceptions; they also have a creative purpose. In general, they focus on the analysis of artistic manifestations such as poetry, novels, music.

Today, literary essays are considered important works of art and valuable analytical texts. Among the most famous are Pear of Elm by Octavio Paz; Fragments of Loving Speech by Roland Barthes, The Monsters and the Critics by: J.R.R. Tolkien and Other Inquisitions by Jorge Luis Borges.

Characteristics of the literary essay
Literary essays have the following characteristics:

- The relationship between logical thinking and artistic subjectivity
Literary essays combine creative elements with logical structures; for this reason, they are considered hybrid texts, combining rational arguments with a sophisticated and artistic use of language.

- They are reflective texts with supporting ideas
A literary essay is much more than an opinion or comment; this is because all the ideas expressed in this type of text are supported by research, quotations or arguments. In other words, literary essays are not merely hypotheses, as they require research, reading and argumentation.

- Fluent use of language
Literary essays are characterised by a coherent interweaving of ideas, which allows them to be read smoothly. Some writers argue that writing a literary essay is similar to creating music, as both require a logical composition.

Similarly, tests are characterised by the appropriate use of connectors; these are units of language used to link two or more ideas. For example: in addition, because, consequently, given that, among other things. Connectors allow the test to be structured harmoniously.

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