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[APP] aeGis v2.1.2.1

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9th December 2012, 08:07 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I really dislike some security apps forcing all kinds of things(virus scanner) into an application which I only want to use to remotely control my phone. So I wrote aeGis.

aeGis allows most of the functionality you'll see with Lookout or Cerebrus, but handles it locally on your phone via SMS with no data connection being required to complete any of the actions.

If your phone ever goes missing or is stolen, simply text the passphrase you chose to your device to activate any of the four options. aeGis will alert you if the action has been successfully completed.


Features:
- Ability to remotely lock your device via SMS
- Ability to remotely enable sound on your device via SMS
- Ability to remotely locate your device via SMS
- Ability to remotely wipe your device via SMS
- Ability to lock application with a password
- Ability to launch application from Dialer(so you can hide it from your app tray)
- Ability to backup call logs/sms logs to either Google Drive or Dropbox
- Ability to silently trigger actions

Support
Supports android device > API 14(Ice Cream Sandwhich)

Source can be found:
http://github.com/Decad3nce/Aegis

Install:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ecad3nce.aegis

Donate Version(Identical to free version):
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ce.aegisdonate

Please list comments/questions and hopefully, contributions.
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10th December 2012, 03:06 PM   |  #2  
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Gmail SMS appending issue . I'm locked out . I set a number as pin in aeGis, but this is asking for a word. I did try default password "aeGis" but it isn't working either. pull the xml file and password "1234" just what I set. but this isn't working.
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10th December 2012, 09:18 PM   |  #3  
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Gmail SMS appending issue . I'm locked out . I set a number as pin in aeGis, but this is asking for a word. I did try default password "aeGis" but it isn't working either. pull the xml file and password "1234" just what I set. but this isn't working.

1234 isn't working?
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Gmail SMS appending issue . I'm locked out . I set a number as pin in aeGis, but this is asking for a word. I did try default password "aeGis" but it isn't working either. pull the xml file and password "1234" just what I set. but this isn't working.

So looking at your issue a bit further. Gmail SMS appends: " - youremail@gmail.com"

So your password would be: "passcode - youremail@gmail.com"

Anyways, I fixed the issue in v1.2.3 with this commit: https://github.com/Decad3nce/Aegis/c...e79c2cb7edd7ec

Code:
     password = password.replaceAll("([^.@\\s]+)(\\.[^.@\\s]+)*@([^.@\\s]+\\.)+([^.@\\s]+)", "")
                                            .replaceAll("-+","")
                                            .trim();
Good regex saves lives.
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1234 isn't working?

Thanks. I give it a try today.If it had been a pin, the keyboard could have been dial pad. Had to wipe for the 3rd time.


so In this case it should be "1234youremail@gmail.com". And youremail should be replaced with my email add. Well it is isn't working either. I'm using ver. 1.2.3.


So anyother wipe ?
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Any way to add the option to disable persistent notification?

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Is there any reason other than lack of using backward compatible API options that this doesn't work on pre ICS devices?

Despite what you may think, there are a lot of not so old devices that do not have working/reliable ICS, such as the G2X. Limiting an app to ICS at this stage is rather..... annoying.
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Is there any reason other than lack of using backward compatible API options that this doesn't work on pre ICS devices?

Despite what you may think, there are a lot of not so old devices that do not have working/reliable ICS, such as the G2X. Limiting an app to ICS at this stage is rather..... annoying.

I'm not sure that I thought anything; but, ok.

I was planning on adding backwards compat, but I wanted to keep the same theme. I'm still learning as I go, I'm sorry you find that annoying.
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Originally Posted by Decad3nce

I'm not sure that I thought anything; but, ok.

I was planning on adding backwards compat, but I wanted to keep the same theme. I'm still learning as I go, I'm sorry you find that annoying.

Understandable.... from what I've been playing around with in Eclipse, you can specify a different theme for older API levels. Might be something to look at if the theme is the only limitation

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