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I've been trying out KeyGuard Tool++, which is supposed to perform this function. You can set it so that if you are within range of a particular WiFi SSID, the screen lock will not kick in. There are also options to look for specific BlueTooth devices to determine whether the key guard kicks in. However, it seems to not be quite reliable under Android ...
On my phone running 4.4.2 I've used a combination of Tasker and Secure Settings to disable/enable the PIN lock screen based on my phone's position. Worked pretty well.
HI screen lock works sort of. It can be defeated by resetting the point. This is need because there is no way to clear the register if you type in a wrong pin digit (ie no back/clear button). To get around this, I have set a Android pin with a 1/2 hour time out. this pin is functional at boot up. The downside is that occasionally I have type enter the ...
turn off mobile phone and press volum up + home butten + power button press come out samsung logo and realse the samsung logo to boot in to recovery select the swipe default factory reset
I use an app called Delayed Lock. You can set it to stay unlocked for a set time after last unlock or after screen off and then it will enable the pin/pw again. It can also be used to unlock the device on specific wifi networks and lock when it disconnects (you still have to use your pin/pw the first time). And there is a plugin for it that uses location to ...
Enter the main device Settings, and from the My device page, choose Lock screen. Click on the Screen lock item to see the list of screen lock methods, and change it to whichever type you like (perhaps Swipe or None). You'll have to enter the existing password (or PIN) to make the change. If you're using your phone to connect to a corporate Exchange server, ...
I am also using the App Settings extension, and 'Show when locked' was enabled. D'oh. I don't think I did this, but might have done whilst experimenting with my new phone! Thanks @Chahk1 for the helpful comment which gave me a hint on where to look. :)
Power saving mode will disable the gps when the screen is locked. Disable power saving mode in settings.
The answer is indeed as Dan Hulme mentioned: Tap once on the notification (SMS, phone etc). This makes that notification shrink and fade, when in fact it's selecting it; extremely unintuitive but that's the way they implemented it... This makes an empty grey box appear in the bottom half of the screen with no label. What you need to do now is drag across ...
Which ROM? Check ROM-Settings -> "Active Display" -> then disable or Settings -> Display -> "Active Display" -> then disable I think good chances AOSP handles it in either one of these ways.
I have changed setup>mydevice>homescreenmode from easy mode to standard mode, and lock screen swipe options came alive. I hope this helps.
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