After installing, press your home button. Then, depending on your Android version, either check the "Use by default" box and tap Null launcher, or tap Null launcher then tap "Always."
If you've accidentally switched to Null Launcher with no way to get out, pinch-zoom on the wallpaper and you can change back to your old launcher.
Null Launcher is open source: get the code at <https://github.com/notriddle/null-launcher>.
This demo app lets you explore the various properties you can set and customizations that you can do with Folding Library.
Special thanks to Daniel Olshansky for making FoldingLayout and presenting.
This app will be updated after a variety of different types of notification, and also makes it possible to check halgeotyida within the application source code.
It is not clear what websites have been hacked. Your Gmail account SHOULD be safe. DON'T panic!
In a small sample, 50% of the passwords found were either never used for Gmail accounts or were very old Gmail passwords.
But if you are curious, with Hack Alert App you can check if your email address is listed in the hacked list.
Please note that we are NOT recording your email address, or any personally identifiable information in any way - and we never will! And we do not upload your e-mail address.
Using the first 2 letters of your email address, we download all the hacked email addresses that start with those 2 letters, locally, inside the device. Then we look up your email in that list without disclosing your email to anyone.
For example, if you e-mail address is ACcount@gmail.com, we request the AC database which contains the list of all the hacked emails that start with AC.
The source code is available at https://bitbucket.org/0pii/0pii-android-demos/src, with the notable exception of our Privacy Aware Advertisement Custom View Control, which is not yet public. If you are interested in private access to the AdView library, please contact us by clicking 'contact developer' in this page.
Demo Mode is an Android homescreen replacement that lets you deploy devices in the field without worrying about people being distracted by the other apps or other features on the phone. A restricted set of apps can easily be placed on the launcher screen and protected by an unlock code.
The default password is meldemo and can be changed interactively in the settings. You should probably change it; the QR code provisioner will copy your password to all the devices for you so you only need to enter it once.
While Demo Mode makes every attempt to restrict the device, Android is an open ecosystem and individual devices will be more or less possible to restrict. For example, HTC's Sense UI has a bug in it that make it possible to get at a standard homescreen when the device reboots. This is not something that one can easily workaround, but is also not something that a person using the device for a short period of time would commonly encounter. As such, this app offers NO WARRANTY on fitness of function.
This tool is designed to help steer the focus of the device's usage toward a single set of applications and is not designed to be an entirely foolproof lock-down mechanism.
This software is licensed under the GNU GPLv2. The source is available here:
1. Another developer has compiled the latest launchers from Google - search for "Digital Cookies" in the play store.
2. Apex Launcher
Google's launcher from Android 4.1 Jellybean, available for you, good gentleperson, right here, right now. No ads. No catches.
WHY DO I HAVE TO CHOOSE THE WIDGETS TWICE?!
Unfortunately it has to be this way. Sorry. It is due to Google cheating slightly with widget security.
I previously said that it "will likely never be fixed by Google, 'cause it doesn't affect them". Well I guess I have to eat my words because in Android 4.1 they fixed it! If you run this app on Android 4.1 it won't ask you to pick your widgets twice. Whether you'll actually ever get Android 4.1 is a-whole-nother story.
Oh yeah, also please don't rate it low because it doesn't have many features. That is kind of the point - it has exactly the same features as in the stock app. If you want more, check out Apex Launcher. :-)
If you want ICS icons, install ICS apps! The launcher does not decide the icons.