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Well, personally I don't think that there is any application that can help you in putting the lock over your device when wrong password is entered your device gets factory reset. But yes I have seen that function available over the HTC one M8, if you put the password over the HTC M8 wrong for 5 times it gives you the warning and if you put the password wrong ...
Thanks for answers! It turned out to be a hardware issue. I returned the phone and they repaired it, after which other formatting fixes mentioned above worked (I can't remember which one at the moment).
Its possible with device admin & setting password policy. Im not sure I can post some sample code here or not as this site not for codes , for ex mDevicePolicyManager.setMaximumFailedPasswordsForWipe(mCameraAdminReceiver, 2);
You might need to root your phone and find a way to add another password. You might need programming knowledge for this.
I do not know of any application that does what you request. Maybe "After Unlock" has a feature like that. What I would do is make an Android application that is fired after unlocking the phone. The application would request a new password and if it is entered correctly do the factory reset and format the SD if needed. Check this project for an example ...
The S3 Mini only supports up to 32GB MicroSD cards. Link And for reference, no, Windows does not support FAT32 formatting above 32GB.
Easy solution for anybody with a card-reader in their pc. (Relaid from: forum.xda-developers.com/) Place the card in your PC's card reader and determine the drive designation (i.e., G:\, H:\, etc.) Download the fat32format utility in GUI version from here: http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/guiformat.exe. Click on the picture to retrieve the file. Launch the ...
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