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I had to remove the battery from my O4X several times already, as it didn't respond to anything else – so I can see your concern: What to do if the battery cannot be removed then? As to my experiences, devices with a non-removable battery have a reset hole, which serves exactly this purpose: poking it with a needle (or tooth-stick, or something similar) ...
If I could comment, I would, but yes, TowelRoot is a safe download. It is one of the most commonly used root methods for newer devices. Neither of the antivirus programs that I use have had any problem with it. (If someone has the ability to repost this as a comment on @IAmTheSquidward's answer, that would be awesome) EDIT: Several sites and forums state ...
You can use a custom lock screen. Just pick the one that you like
Like on a PC, holding down the power button is handled in a much lower level of the firmware, so it's not possible for even an OS problem or a CPU hang to interfere with that operation. I've been using Android devices with removable and non-removable batteries for several years, and never once needed to remove the battery for the reason you describe. ...
It turns out that MTP was the problem. I had to connect as a camera device (PTP).
Try running your logic in another thread or in async task's doInBackground
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