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Anyone use the no-lock App?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TheNextOne21, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. TheNextOne21

    TheNextOne21 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    any good?
     


  2. mags

    mags Newbie

    I've used it, and I still use it in some circumstances when I feel like it. The one thing I don't like though is that the volume rockers power on the phone.

    I want a program that disables the lock, but only allows the phone to be woken up with the power button or pressing the optical trackpad. Then I'll use it 24/7.
     
  3. TheNextOne21

    TheNextOne21 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    so how do i lock the phone with this app? seems like i have to press the power button to lock it, and unlock it on using the rest of the buttons, seems pretty useless.
     
  4. TheNextOne21

    TheNextOne21 Newbie
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  5. mags

    mags Newbie

    I'm not sure what you mean by "lock the phone" but nolock removes the slide to unlock when you press the power button.
     
  6. Teegunn

    Teegunn Android Expert

    No Lock is a great app. I disable it only if I'm carrying my phone in a pocket or somwhere were I prefer to have the slider lock. Most of the time I have No Lock enabled.
     
  7. cfmistry

    cfmistry Newbie

    Is there an app that will disable the lock button and maintain the slider? I find it inconvenient to have to reach to the top of the phone to unlock it every time.
    Thanks,
    -Cyrus
     
  8. TXDINC

    TXDINC Lurker

    I feel your pain. Hope someone is able to help.
     
  9. mrhappy

    mrhappy Lurker

    I've used it, but now I don't. I found that on my Inc, the application defeats the native pattern locking upon reboot. In other words, if your phone falls into the wrong hands, a person could get into your phone by simply re-booting, and doing the slide unlock as soon as the screen pops.
     
  10. DON2003

    DON2003 Lurker

    looks like if long sleep will still make it go to slide to unlock instead
     

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