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Support Remove Lock screen but retain Pattern Lock?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Digital_M, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. Digital_M

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    hey everyone, I'm interested in removing the little "Slide Down" screen, but I'd like to continue having to enter in my Pattern just for security. I downloaded "No Lock" and it does do a good job so far of jumping RIGHT back into the home screen, but it overrides my Pattern requirement. Does anyone know what would be the best set up for me?

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  2. aparis99

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    im curious also
     
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    I'd like to get the puzzle piece for the lock screen. my boyfriend's captivate has it and its amazing lol
     
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    Try AntiLock

    It removes the slide to lock and still gives you the option of using the pattern lock. It works well but the home screen flashes on for just a split second before the pattern lock appears (at least it did for me), which I found too annoying.
     
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    Try an app called No Lock.
     
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    No Lock does disable the slide to unlock screen but it also bypasses the pattern/password lock if enabled. AntiLock disables the slide to unlock screen and keeps the pattern lock, I just didn't care for the way it worked. What I found annoying others may not even notice.

    I have lost interest in needing the pattern lock but my trial and error might help someone else.
     

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