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You must gain root access in order to reset the password as there is no other way. If you do not have access, search XDA Forums for instructions on how to root. Rooting procedure for S2 is pretty established and straight forward.
Once you have root, you will need to do the following steps:
Get a Root File Browser which can edit and save text files. I used: Root Browser. Make sure you download the plugins at first run. (2-3MB in size)
Browse to: /data/user/0/com.sec.android.app.memo/shared_prefs/
Open AppLockPreferences.xml with some text editor.
Change the value field in front of applock_enable from "1" to "0".
Change the value field in front of encrypt from "true" to "false"
Save the file. Open SMemo, it should ask you to set a new password. Your memos should open with the password you just set.
are some reasons which may damage your MS access database such as
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This is a rather awkward procedure but it will allow you to keep a copy of your text messages on the Centro. Ready? Here it is:
A). In Text Messages •Open the text you want copied •Select all of the characters in the message by slowly dragging the stylus from the upper left hand character to the bottom of the text message. •While the text is highlighted, press the menu button (at the bottom right-hand corner) •Select Edit in the Menu. •Select Copy in the Menu. (text is now copied to the clipboard)
B). In Memos •Press the home key •Go to the Main category (Main showing in the top drop-down list) •Tap on Memos •Tap the New button at the bottom of screen •Press the menu button (at the bottom right-hand corner) •Select Edit in the Menu. •Select Paste in the Menu. (text is now saved in the memo file)
•Repeat the above procedure (A & B) for each text message you want to save. *Each text can be appended in the same memo or saved in a different memo*
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Your code does not save in access format it just makes a copy of existing file. You need to open table by table and export data using csv format.
It can be done using access OLE to export, or
write some VB code to access the database tables via ODBC and save row data to csv file
You can use ADO or SQL to open the excel file directly (provided it is constructed correctly, ie fields names) and write the data to it without Access.
That might be eaiser thatn converting it from Access to Excel, if that can even be done.