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Old October 31st, 2012, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Droid screen won't unlock

I just picked up a droid to use for back up in case one of our phones fail. (2 Maxxs, and 2 Bionics in this house). Anyway, I know this phone was working until very recently, as I got it from a co worker that only recently upgraded to a Mac Product...lol. So, I charged it up, and when I went to swipe the screen to unlock, I get the haptic, and the bar will move to the right and even says "unlock" in ghost print. There is a yellow dot that appears where the speaker icon is, but the bar won't go all the way to the dot, and the screen won't unlock. My question is, is there a way to bypass the screen lock so that I can disable it? Or any other ideas? Thanks...

Oh, I have powered it up and done a battery pull with no success. Thanks again...

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Using stock settings I don't think you can get rid of the swipe to unlock.

It could be a mechanical problem with your touchscreen.
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