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  1.    #1  
    A fingerprint unlocker would be an awesome app for the pre
    Thanks,
    Scoutcamper

    posted from my Palm Pre
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    Touchscreen != Scanner.
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    Is thread serious?
    Palm Vx -> Treo 600 -> Treo 700p -> Centro -> Pre (Launch Phone 06/06/09) -> AT&T Pre Plus with Sprint EVDO swap -> Samsung Epic 4G w/ Froyo
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    ummm .... fail?
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    I don't think this is possible as a capactive touchsceeen responds to finger touch and does not read what is touching it. As far as I know
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexalbel View Post
    I don't think this is possible as a capactive touchsceeen responds to finger touch and does not read what is touching it. As far as I know
    nonsense. i'll do it. brb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexalbel View Post
    I don't think this is possible as a capactive touchsceeen responds to finger touch and does not read what is touching it. As far as I know
    That is correct, sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper1010 View Post
    nonsense. i'll do it. brb.
    LOL
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    I had one on my Treo:
    FingerScan - PalmGear.com: Download Palm Software for your Treo, Centro, Tungsten, LifeDrive or other Palm OS Device

    So I have absolutely no doubt it can be done for webOS.

    LOL
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    all aboard the failboat
    The Wams
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funny FingerScan Program
    When the application is launched, user is asked to place his finger on the screen, in order to perform biometric fingerprint scan. After the fingerprint is scanned, application seemingly starts to analyze the collected data. The analysis result will, however, always tell that the retrieved fingerprint didn't match the one in the database, and that the user doesn't have the proper authorization to access the handheld computer. So, how to bypass the scan? Simply, few seconds before the scan, distract your friends, and secretly press the scroll up/down button. Voilla - your fingerprint is the right one - you have gained access to your Palm!
    HAHA!
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    It is a nice request but not technically possible.
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    On android they had this app (i dont know if they ever finished development) that was called BioWallet, and it would scan your iris using the camera and allow you to access your information.

    That would be the closest i can think of for biometrics on this phone.
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    ...and the original poster was never seen again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnOutsider View Post
    ...and the original poster was never seen again.
    The OP just asked the question. It's cooper1010 who will be embarrassed by his rash and impossible promise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper1010 View Post
    nonsense. i'll do it. brb.
    While you're at it, could you set up an app to scan my retina before allowing me into the phone? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spud101 View Post
    I had one on my Treo:
    FingerScan - PalmGear.com: Download Palm Software for your Treo, Centro, Tungsten, LifeDrive or other Palm OS Device

    So I have absolutely no doubt it can be done for webOS.

    LOL
    LMAO!!! That's awesome!!!
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    I did not know it could not be done, I saw it on my friends iphone and thought it would be cool
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    This goes along with the "weighing an object by placing it on your screen" app.

    ROFL
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    it would be nice though
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