Besides the 911 problem with the unlock screen, I have a few other questions about this: 1. How many attempts are you allowed to try to unlock the screen with the swipe? 2. What happens after (if) a limit # of attempts is reached? 3. Is there a way to use a more traditional password / passcode way to unlock? I really hate the finger swipe, from what I have seen so far. Aside from the 911 accidental dial issue, it's not very easy to record the sequence of the swipe into keepass. I also noticed that it's very easy to swipe and have the screen feedback tell me that the swipe is wrong. This makes it very easy for a brute swipe attack by simply swiping in random patterns until you hit the right pattern. I'd much rather have a passcode / password screen. It's absolutely amazing that the stock Android system doesn't allow the traditional time tested password / passcode system, and is arrogant enough to only allow the swipe (an untested consumer technology) as the only option for security. This is unforgivable and should be addressed in future updates IMHO.