I have searched all over the forum for my bad ass question with no success.
Does anyone have an idea how can I pull down the limit on lockscreen pin? It asks for 4 digits and I want just one. I want a symbolic password. It doesn't have to be to hard or take to much time to type.
Everyone now is fixed with a 4 digit or more password, so who the hell will think about typing just one digit?
Is there a way to represent the following type of string? It has more than zero digit values.
There has at least non-digit character either before the first digit value or after the last digit value, or at both the starting position and the ending position. For instance, we can have
The thing I need to do is to identify these strings from a text file.
before anyone kicks my butt, I just wanted to know on how to update my Samsung Galaxy S1 Anycall M110s (korea version) to Gingerbread 2.3?
Sounds a stupid question but i'm coming from an iOS environment and haven't used an android, tried googling for a several days already but since there were hundreds of posts different methods, different tools im at a lost on where to start or on how to use i
One thing I've always hated about Windows is that to type a non-English character, like é, on a US keyboard you have to hold the Alt key and type in a four digit code on your num-pad. For instance, é is generated by Alt + 0233.