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(Lifehacker)   How to find Android 11's secret hidden Cat Game without "pss-pss-pss-ing" your phone, which is just unsightly   (lifehacker.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Cat, Mobile operating system, Easter, Android 10's, sorts of other little oddities, The Dial, Tapping, Android  
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1152 clicks; posted to Fandom » on 23 Sep 2020 at 7:56 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-23 8:04:19 PM  
OK so I got all the way to the end and didn't get any control options.  I think the phone can detect that I already have a real cat who would murder any virtual competition.
 
2020-09-23 8:54:53 PM  
Robin Seplut says "KSKSKSKSKSKSKSKSKSKSKSKSKS"
 
2020-09-23 11:00:16 PM  
They had something similar in 10. It basically is just like having a hidden tomagotchi that pops up in your notification box every once and awhile.
 
2020-09-23 11:54:17 PM  
Who in the fark for the figures this shiat out, and how? Do they just start clicking on shiat randomly, or do they pore thru code to find a few lines and then go from there? I mean, it was one thing in high school when I was the guy everyone asked to find the lines of code for the sound so we could play games in programming class, but that was farking MS-DOS. This is a whole different level.
 
2020-09-24 12:28:02 AM  

Mikey1969: Who in the fark for the figures this shiat out, and how? Do they just start clicking on shiat randomly, or do they pore thru code to find a few lines and then go from there? I mean, it was one thing in high school when I was the guy everyone asked to find the lines of code for the sound so we could play games in programming class, but that was farking MS-DOS. This is a whole different level.


Android is open source.
 
2020-09-24 2:16:50 AM  
When my wife bought an echo dot she downloaded some silly skill that made different cat sounds to mess with our cats. Alexa, whatever command.

Cats would be freaked out a little bit but it was amusing to watch the reaction.

That was the usefulness of the device in our house. Shortly after the purchase she took it to her office where it was actually useful for changing music and questions or whatever. It must be so lonely by now. Won't anyone think of all those abandoned wire taps?
 
2020-09-24 6:39:53 AM  

Mikey1969: Who in the fark for the figures this shiat out, and how? Do they just start clicking on shiat randomly, or do they pore thru code to find a few lines and then go from there? I mean, it was one thing in high school when I was the guy everyone asked to find the lines of code for the sound so we could play games in programming class, but that was farking MS-DOS. This is a whole different level.


Google tells people.
 
2020-09-24 7:36:31 AM  

Outlawtsar: OK so I got all the way to the end and didn't get any control options.  I think the phone can detect that I already have a real cat who would murder any virtual competition.


If you already have smart lights or something to that effect: when you hold the power button, tap the 3 dots to the right of "device controls" or your house name. Then hit add controls, then "other apps" and you'll see the cat options.
 
2020-09-24 8:21:47 AM  
I'm still at version 8.0.  Must be time to get a new phone.  No not because I want the cat game. Because if my phone won't update past 3 versions ago it has officially become a cellular cenior citizen.
 
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