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Currently, I have a family use tablet running on 4.2 Jellybean

Model is Ainol Novo7 Flame, a cheap Nexus7 alternative. Nexus7 is quite expensive in my country on its release so I bought this one instead.

The problem is that the tablet is shared. I already set-up multi-user profiles for each of us.

  1. Family mode
  2. My mode
  3. My sister's mode

The default user set is family but I want it to automatically switch user-profiles based on the entered password or pattern lock.

example: password 1358 triggers My mode while entering 2467 triggers My sister's mode profile

I would also like to have an option to lock certain apps automatically when in family mode but unlocked in My mode

Is there a way to do this? or is there an app that can closely do some of it?

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I wonder if some combination of Titanium Backup, Tasker, and Secure Settings would do the trick. I'm posting as a comment instead of an answer because this is an untested wild guess. –  Scott Severance Mar 4 '13 at 0:03
    
I havent used tasker yet. I might as well try it and see if it can mimic some actions. Thanks for suggesting. –  forums Mar 4 '13 at 1:13
    
Tasker cannot get the typed password, it only detects lockscreen state. Question still open for answers. –  forums Mar 6 '13 at 1:26
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There's an app named User Management for what you are asking. But, the app requires root access to work. So, your device needs to be rooted (which voids warranty).

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LG G2 provides similar feature out of box... you can launch guest mode based on different gesture.. –  Sachin Shekhar Dec 6 '13 at 13:39
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