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Old August 26th, 2010, 07:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Lock 2.0 Issues


Couldn't find an answer or similar thread for this yet. Yesterday I installed Lock 2.0 (paid version), and it worked great for an hour or two, but ultimately I had to uninstall it because it kept asking me what I want to use to go "home" when the home button is pushed. It only gives me one option, and says not to use it...so I'm not sure what else to choose. In any case, I think it chose itself by default, because after a couple hours when I would push home it wouldn't do anything, just like lock 2.0 would never close.

Any way I can get around it wanting to take over my home button? I really like the app, but not at the cost of having the same troubles again.

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