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Android Password Saver Answered

The result of boredom. Numbers layer tells you what each dot is labeled. The x-y layers represent the paths. X is the first dot, y is the one you move to after that. Just make the layers visible. I didn't bother making any long diagonals because I didn't feel like it and they're hard to use anyways. I find it useful to load a jpg on my miniSD so if I forget, I can go back and see what it was before I unlocked it. (I know it's overdone, but if I'm going to be using it all the time, I might as well make it pretty)

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Punkguyta

10 years ago

What exactly is this?? It looks like either some kind of Nand/And or gate map or either that, you're making a screensaver for your mac that involves selecting the right order of circles to unlock the machine?? Do tell me if I'm wrong.

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puffyfluffPunkguyta

Reply 10 years ago

The G1 (Phone, T-Mobile, runs Android, Android written by Google) has a very unique way of locking the screen. You draw a certain password along a 3x3 array of dots, and that is your password. When I first locked my G1, I figured it would be useful to have a way to store the locked password without writing it down crudely on paper. The pictures my be helpful.

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Punkguytapuffyfluff

Reply 10 years ago

Cool! I didn't know the android could do that!

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puffyfluffPunkguyta

Reply 10 years ago

Yeah. After playing around a few days, Android is getting better and better. It's by far the best phone I've ever had before.

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thermoelectric

10 years ago

Wow, That must of been some boredom, Good luck remembering it.....

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puffyfluffthermoelectric

Reply 10 years ago

Yes. Very boring indeed. An hour of pure busywork.

I guess it had some purpose...