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Ok the gevey ultra has some preloaded carrier settings for some USA carriers, however there is another option where we need to provide it with a 7-digit carrier code in order to unlock a sim from a carrier that is not listed. Mostly you can find out the first 5 digits from a carrier, but the last 2 digits are harder to figure, or you can try all 99 options if you have some time on your hands. Here is a list of carrier codes collected from the web, hope it is useful for anyone 23420 = Hutchinson 3G (3) - ...
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Hello, I have a few questions. Can you tell me if it is possible to bypass the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 stock lock screen please? I have tried to place an ICE widget on my lock screen (I tried Go Locker and Widget Locker) so that in the event of an emergency, First Responders would have access to my medical information. I end up with either 2 lock screens (which I find undesirable) and/or an ICE widget that takes me directly to my stock lock screen, so the emergency information is not accessible. My next ...
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Hi all, I'm anxiously awaiting arrival of my Galaxy Note 3. First thing I need to do when I get it, however, is get it set up to access my work e-mail. Our corporate e-mail is based on a corporate-hosted Microsoft Exchange server and I access it on my desktop through Outlook, and it's one of those deals that when accessing it on a phone it passes down the security and forces me to have a password on my iPhone currently. I've been told that security package does some various encryption stuff as well that I ...
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Hi Android Users, I am a newbie to Android operating systems, I own a Samsung Galaxy-S (i9000) and am from India. Its widely known as Samsung Vibrand, abroad. Is there any offline maps for "India" available for this mobile? Spec: Android 2.1, Samsung, Galaxy-S The mobile has GPS device inbuilt in it. Best Regards, Senthur You'll need more than just maps. You'll want a suitable GPS nav app. It has google maps pre-installed. You can go for mapMyIndia sygic maps. it costs around 2400 r.s but its quite worth a ...
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hello guys i have a 25 wordpress reading article sites ,i am planning to pay huge money about seo and quality back links cause i want my sites to get in 4 or 5 spot in google search in one month ! is there any site or trusted company that i can deal with ? i have review http://seomamba.com/ they guarantee me top 3 in 2-3 months please review them cause i have read about this company they have address in theirs site written in contact us (SEOMamba Inc. Emonix 24701 Stonegate Dr, West Hills, CA 91367) ,but ...
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This is my first contracted website i am developing and it is about a full days work from completion. I am deeply concerned about the security of it all. The worst thing that could happen to my site is if i leave a loophole and it gets effectively destroyed because of an error on my part. So this thread is simply about identifying security holes and what i can do to stop them before the site goes live. I am not looking for coding, its more general security advice. My concern now is with the safety and ...
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Can anyone advise me how to use an access database securely? For the task at hand, access will be prefered for various reasons (namely the need for people to download the database in access format). I know I can set a password for the entire database... but that still seems iffy to me at best. I'm sure there has to be other, better ways to implement this. I will be using ASP on an IIS Server if that makes a difference. the only other way is to place the database out side the htdocs Yes having the database ...
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//removed .. That was on the my site for the holidays. Anyone heard of these guys before?? THey didn't thrash to much, I realized my index.html was 777 perms, i'm still curious what exactly happend though LMK I removed the link to your site due to the content nature. You are still welcome to pose your question. The guys he's refering to in the post above were boxocide and esx. Was having a 777 directory and .html file all they needed to exploit? Or was there something more ?? Should i be concerned? ...p.s. ...
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Hi, I'm very new to iPhone development and I have been googling for many day to know how can my iPhone application access to the Oracle database. I have got main two results to done this; 1. Direct access to Oracle DB - which I have no idea how to do this? 2. Create a web server such as JDBC to be place between iPhone and Oracle DB so what I have to do is only with web server - again I have no idea. (plz correct me if I'm wrong) until now I still dont get a clear picture of these and which way should I use ...
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How worried are you all about security on the android platform? Don't you find it a little unnerving that anybody could upload and app to the android market and there is no verification of the app like on IOS platform. Anybody could write an app that looks legit but does devious things. All this along with there are very very few security applications and they are in the infant state. Don't you find it very dangerous? How do you try to maintain security on your android device? Don't download apps? Only ...
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