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10-20-2011, 09:26 AM #21
10-20-2011, 09:44 AM #22
I have "KeyLogger" installed on my iPhone 4. When ever my girl_friend ask to use my iPhone I toggle on the "KBLogger" from Mobile Substrate Add-ons in SBSettings.
10-20-2011, 01:09 PM #23
10-20-2011, 03:25 PM #24
However, once your iPhone locks or you switch apps, all the app activity would cease anyway. So it's a neat concept, but the rest of the process would be too difficult to be practical (at least on an iPhone).
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10-20-2011, 03:40 PM #25
This sounds a bit far fetched...I can't really imagine an iPhone's accelometer being that precise, especially one after daily use and a few drops. Even so, the vibrations range depending on the material of the surface, and also depending on the keyboard you may have the smash the keys to get any vibration on the desk.Not to mention, unless the iPhone is placed perfectly in a pre-set location, you would need to calibrate it if it's off angle. Plus, what if someone is tapping their fingers?I am skeptical that an iphone placed on my desk right now would pick up any of the vibrations from my keyboard. I mean, I gues I'm arguing the legitimacy of this, but my gues is that they're testing on some very controlled surface; something that REALLY vibrates, someone typing relatively hard, with nothing else on the table, the iPhone pre-callibrated and right smack up to the computer.Cool, but I"ll have to see it working to convince me this is really practicle
10-20-2011, 03:52 PM #26
10-20-2011, 04:13 PM #27
10-21-2011, 07:04 AM #28
Must test this for myself. Going to start finding the name of the program that'll do it. If anything, my iPod would do it.