Android locator b01

 

I have an HTC Wildfire but I would imagine it doesn't vary hugely from vendor to vendor (although I am an iOS developer who knows little about Android).

The gist is that SMS/MMS are residing in databases on the phone and the answer to the question contains the link to this tutorial .

The location of the database might vary from phone to phone, but you can look it up with this command via adb (you need to be root to find it because it's in the protected storage area):

Android locator b01

The CompTIA A+ certification is designed to prove that an exam candidate has competency in computer installation, configuration, maintenance, troubleshooting and security, as well as basic networking. The exams are vendor-neutral, which means that the certification does not focus on just one company's products. Instead, the certification objectives range across many technologies, services, hardware and software. It has great value in the marketplace as an indicator of a prospective employee’s skill level; proving to employers that a job seeker has the necessary computer knowledge to complete their tasks with minimal supervision.

In order to become CompTIA A+ certified, you must pass two exams: the 220-801 and the 220-802). Details are accurate as of August 28, 2012, and are subject to change. Please verify these details at the CompTIA website.

The exams each consist of 100 questions and are known as "linear exams." This means that you can go backward or forward within the exam, mark items, and change answers if necessary. You can also review your answers when you are finished with all 100 questions, as long as there is time left on the exam clock.

I have an HTC Wildfire but I would imagine it doesn't vary hugely from vendor to vendor (although I am an iOS developer who knows little about Android).

The gist is that SMS/MMS are residing in databases on the phone and the answer to the question contains the link to this tutorial .

The location of the database might vary from phone to phone, but you can look it up with this command via adb (you need to be root to find it because it's in the protected storage area):