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flash message

[¦flash ′mes·ij]
(communications)
A category of precedence reserved for initial enemy contact messages or operational combat messages of extreme urgency; brevity is mandatory.
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The researcher points out Nexus 4 or Nexus 5 does not have audio notifications for flash messages, thus allowing attacker to pile up messages after messages on the device, and ultimately disrupting the phone's regular activities.
When an observer saw or heard an airplane, he recorded as much information as could be ascertained about the craft on a flash message form.
Alecu found that when a large number of Flash messages, around 30, are received and are not dismissed, the Nexus devices either reboot, or will not connect to the network when PIN is asked and during the attack, users won't be able to even receive calls or messages.
Then, the flash message traffic printer spooled up again.
Users can now send or request money, recharge, or even Flash Message any contact from your native phone book.
Flash messages "Sending messages in Arabic is good to begin with, but the authorities concerned should take into account the number of expatriate motorists on the road," said Al Wishahi.
However, Alecu has observed that Nexus handsets start to act in unusual ways once the number of flash messages reaches 30, provided they are not dismissed.
Repeated pleas by various telecom consumers groups to Trai at various forums to ensure that mobile operators flash messages to their subscribers in other local languages also, including Hindi, have not yielded any result yet.
Despite several flash messages, he did precious little to save the structure.
The Variable Message Signs erected at various roads were utilized to flash messages directing motorists to alternative roads.
Also, RelayHealth can flash messages about medication therapy management and additional services to help patients manages diseases, he says.
A EUROPEAN Union (EU) research project is taking intelligent packaging a step further, developing organic light emitting device materials (OLEDs) that could flash messages, such as: "Don't drink this milk, it is sour".