I would not tell them to remove a system password.
System passwords as above are basicly not able to be
circumvented or undone with the salt of crypt due to
hashing 1 way unlike web, wireless etc. passwords.
Click on the top link youll notice the system passwords
are shadowed as this "*". If not shadowed they show up
as strings as this [0-9][A-F]. 9F=9*^16+15*^0.
The typeglobs to the right of the = are multiplication
symbols multiplying the exponent, hence 9*16=151 and
15 is the starting base power of the polynomial which
increases to the left so 15 is added to 151. A radix
seperation increases to the right. However the system
passwords as I know probably have no radix seperation
and maybe integers and not real numbers however
many years have past and I either don't remember or
never knew the internal formats of the system passwords
The 9 typeglobs '*' set default in my phone were unknown
as a system password string to me. Again noting the shadowed
system passwords are 1 type glob '*' not 9.
Im not into valentines.
Form 2000B-Billing, Privacy, or Service Quality Complaint.
Approved by OMB
Estimated time per response:30 minutes
This FCC form just retained is dated September 2007 and I
need to make certain it's the current and there's no pre
claim requirement. Are you in the printing business? Perhaps
you can make some prints for me.
Sunday 3 text messages were sent containing only my first, middle and
last initials to 3 persons ive known for 35 years. 1 who i thought
would be asleep responded with about a 1/2 dozen calls back that
billed. I do not approve of or use unlimited and i rarely use
text messaging. It was used because of the hours where 2 of
them live. The 1/2 dozen inbound calls I could not hear.
After the inbound calls i tried to call but again there
was no sound only the connection for billing. I received
a text message after the 1/2 dozen inbound calls from the
1 who called and they used my full first name "but my name
was not spelled correctly?" We have known each other
for 35 years?
I then tried to call a family member and again had the same
billing problem without sound.
Around Monday I called 1-800-331-0500 and was told they thought
it maybe that a IMEI number was entered to block the phone. I
explained the IMEI number from a previous phone that was stolen
was turned in to block that phone and this phone was the replacement
and is still current phone with a number change. The phone worked
after the number change and i think only voicemail was called
and support at the above number prior to these issues.
Wed. I called and they asked me to turn the phone off and then
on which i did. The phone then worked as before.
Yesterday the phone again was not working so again i called their
number above and prior to them calling me i let her hear some
sound. She then called and there was no sound so she asked me
to turn on the speaker when she called back and there is sound
with the speaker, but i told her there is problem with her telling
me there is a sound problem because the sound she listened to was
not from the speakerphone and the sound is fine without the
speakerphone when i set key pad and other tones.
Malemute noting this last paragraph and thinking back to level
5 assembly class interrupts that others use for passing viruses
i ask could this be a deliberate and tortious interrupt that while not
necessarily passing a virus which hides and then re-replicates itself
it's interrupting the headset speaker that only i and the other
person hear, but not the speakerphone that everybody else hears?
Ive pretty much ruled out police 911 involvement with these issues
as when the network sim card is removed the sound is fine though
i have not called them yet on 911 which ill do a little later
without the sim card. If the samething is occurring with 911 ill
get back here to discuss other possibilities.
Slayton a tenable complaint with a possible life sentence is dependent
upon declaration from T who is 1 mentioned above and it's not relevant
whether or not the message was cordial.
Malemute, i just hung up the phone without the att sim card after speaking
to police normally. 911 in OC CA defaults to each cities dept. and when
traveling to Silicon Valley outside of city limits i believe it defaulted
to a county sheriffs.