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Rehan Ahmed
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Rehan Ahmed, Tech Geek, Writer, Batman, Proud Troublemaker, Pizza-nerd! i know Judo, Karate, Tai Condo, Kung-Fu and 37 other dangerous words. http://about.me/gehim
Rehan Ahmed, Tech Geek, Writer, Batman, Proud Troublemaker, Pizza-nerd! i know Judo, Karate, Tai Condo, Kung-Fu and 37 other dangerous words. http://about.me/gehim

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I salute this guy...

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Rehan Ahmed commented on a post on Blogger.
No Nexus 4? What's the excuse this time?
Time to lose the faith in this world.

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Snow Skating!
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A Negative sketch :D
#Batman #TheDarkKnight #sketch
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8/1/14
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The High-Tech High-Five!
#IronMan #Marvel +Robert Downey Jr.
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It's astonishing what you can do with a single pointer and some paper!
#Joker #HeathLedger #Sketch
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Back to the Pointer!
#sketch #Frozen #Tangled #
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7/26/14
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Rehan Ahmed commented on a post on Blogger.
To prevent cell-phone snatching! There is a big problem of phone-snatching where I live. Robbers and theives simply turn them off, cutting off the connection and any way of tracking. The phones are later wiped and sold in black-markets.
My idea is that there should be an app with administrator-control over an Android device, more like a system-wide feature of Android:
The phone/tablet should not be turned off with the normal method like holding the Power Button, instead, the screen would just go off, acting like it is off.
Meanwhile, a few pre-set messages are sent to the career(or the owner), activating tracking and real-time location.
The only way to really turn off the device is by going to a secretly-hidden app icon, and entering a passcode(which the owner would know)
That's simple enough, and even if the thief knows about this(which they probably won't), they still won't know the passcode.
A friend of mine had a robbery in her house, and they took some cellphones, and it would be really helpful if there was some way to track them even if they are off(or atleast pretending to be off). This app-method is really easy, as it doesn't require any hardware-level customization.

Loophole: Cellphones with removable batteries. Still working on that!

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Mars Panorama - NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover selfie: Martian night
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