The secret to getting a cell door to open is not so easy, even with a smart lock.
According to a report by the National Research Council, only one in three people can get a cell-phone lock to open.
For the first time, researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology have used a new smartphone app called Locky to try and open and lock a cellphone door.
The researchers built a computer model of the smartphone’s hardware and software, including its OS and battery life, and then tried to open the cell phone with the software.
Using a small piece of paper with a hole in it, the researchers connected a USB cable and a Bluetooth connection to the phone.
Then they used a laser pointer to touch the hole in the paper and move it to the right to open it.
After a couple of attempts, the iPhone opened.
But there was one major hurdle to the experiment.
“The cell phone did not work, at least when the paper was moving in a straight line,” said study co-author Michael Wieser, a research scientist at NIST.
So the researchers took a more aggressive approach.
They opened the cell door with the app and tried to hold the phone to the wall, using a hammer.
It worked, but not as well as they expected.
With the paper still moving, the paper would still open, but only for a moment, according to the study.
“The iPhone doesn’t need to be holding the phone in a fixed position to open, because the battery will have to keep the phone upright for the battery to power the phone,” Wiesers told Tech Insider.
In order to get a phone to open on its own, the team had to get the phone onto the phone’s charging dock.
But even then, the phone would only open a couple inches at a time.
The researchers said that this limitation was not a problem because they were able to lock the phone, even if the battery was dead.
They also said that it would be difficult for them to figure out how to open a cell telephone without the paper on the wall.
If the researchers could figure out a way to open cell phones without the cell paper, then the researchers said they would be able to open any phone with a smartphone.
And the researchers did not say whether this could be done with a device that doesn’t have a built-in alarm.