Protect n hidden file

by Eep S. Maqdir » Mon, 18 Apr 2011 08:10:47 GMT

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 Salam kenal, sy nubi nih baru pakai galaxy tab. Pengen nanya kl untuk hidden
file di memory card pake program apa ya? Makasih rekan2


Re: Protect n hidden file

by Bondan 庐 » Mon, 18 Apr 2011 21:09:58 GMT

 Kalau dg cara bikin dot folder masih blm aman coba cara ini. File2 nya di
rename extensi nya misal .jpg menjadi .jpx atau .3gp menjadi. .2gp atau
file2 dikumpulkan jadi satu kemudia di zip atau rar dan di rename pula
menjadi .sip atau .car ntar buka nya dikembalikan nama nama file2 tsb ke
aslinya. Untk file rar atau .zip bukanya enak pakai xplore krn tdk perlu di
extract dulu.  Xplore dload di
selamat mencoba..ntar kalau dirasa aman banyakin koleksi file2 yg mau
diumpetin yak hahahaha..kan lega tuh memory internal gtab ntar mubazir kalau
gk diisi. Punya saya sudah penuh isinya dan tdk saya hidden...cuek aja
lah..soalnya .mp3 semua..hihihi


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