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2.2 and i used the following code adb shell input keyevent 26


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there is not a way to lock by the keyboard. If you want the same effect that your computer has when it locks on your phone (ie: needing a password next time you log in) then go to settings, lock screen, and set it to require a password(or whatever you use) whenever you wake your phone.


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Smart screen available on PlayStore


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There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to downgrade to a swipe-unlock. Exchange Email If you have an Exchange email account set up, many times the Exchange admins won't let you connect unless your phone agrees to certain security precautions, such as setting up an unlock code. Solution: Remove the account, or install an Email app that lies ...


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Just change unlock effect.. There you go.. You can change lock screen wallpaper on Grand 2. Setting-device-lock screen - unlock effect. Change it. Thank you


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Firstly go to settings >security >device administrators and check what isn't checked. If you realise something that is supposed to be checked isn't .. Check it and then see if the problem still exists !


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I think it is software glitch on the Grand 2. To solve the problem, try to transfer the SIM 2 to 1. You may be able to change the lockscreen wallpaper.


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disable by administrator encryption policy, or credential storage if you are using Androidlost.com go to andoridlost.com Sign in with your device gmail account click on Security option lock phone option - clear all number & other Unlock phone


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If you rooted your S5 it is pretty simple (and you don't have to install third party apps): 1) use a file manager and go into root -> system -> usr -> keylayout and find the file gpio-keys.kl ; 2) Open it with a text editor and find the lines with "WAKE" written in them; 3) Go to the one with "HOME" written in it and just delete this word and all the ...


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Just download Lockdown Pro from Google Play and select the option "random keyboard" in it.


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Encrypt your filesystem. You'll need to enter a password or PIN on every boot to decrypt it, so as soon as the device is rebooted none of your personal data will be readable. TWRP even supports encrypted filesystems (it prompts you for your password when it starts as well, I think). If your device is at least 4.2.2 then you can even leave ADB on; they'd need ...


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I saw this on a different thread, after searching online for hours and hours....seemed to help a few out so I am re-posting here... "This just happened to me! Phone works but screen and LCD broken and unresponsive. I had a screen lock too so what I did was I took off the back plate, removed the battery, and unscrewed the six screws to uncover the PCB board ...



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