I usually use my phone without a lock screen, so I can start using it by just pressing a button. Problem is, the camera and volume buttons on my Motorola Milestone are really light, and are easy to press accidentally in my pocket.
Since it already has a proximity sensor, is there a way I can tell it to completely ignore key presses when the proximity sensor detects something? My intention is to keep it from activating the touch screen if I accidentally press one of the physical buttons while it's in my pocket.
EDIT To be clear:
I want the safety of not activating my phone when it's in my pocket, and I want the convenience of not having to go through an unlock-the-screen step when it's not in my pocket.
It might be asking too much, but I thought I'd give it a try. I've read that Tasker might be able to achieve that, but I don't really know how it works and have no idea if it supports that functionality.