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Deactivate GSM-Module in Android

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I would like to deactivate the GSM module in cell phone Google Nexus 4 so that the user cannot manipulate this state either- by setting the flight mode without possibility of user interaction to re-activate- or with system command for deactivating the GSM module- or by manipulating the firmware for Google Nexus 4. Is there a chance for solving this problem?Are there other ideas to solve this?

posted Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous

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The third thing is impossible.

How are you going to stop people from taking open source firmware, rewriting it, and installing it? You can't.

answer Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous
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Here are the details: I use the Google Nexus 4 phone for a special application. I installed my android-app on the phone, and the user should only be able to use/ interact with this app and not be able to use other functions of the phone such as telephone or send messages. I also have to be sure that the user cannot change the settings I made (e.g. set flight mode).
I would prefer to change the firmware but have no idea how to do this. Do you have any suggestions?

answer Jul 12, 2013 by anonymous
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