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Remove the SD Card and SIM Card, and then do a Factory Reset. If your device doesn't use full disk encryption, and you are worried about someone using advanced forensic tools to recover your data, you might want to overwrite the internal storage area with random data. You can do this by creating a file containing random data that fills up the entire free ...


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Make sure you've deregistered your phone from e.g. Google (especially Play), Facebook, Dropbox etc. Encrypt the phone, optionally create a file full of random data that fills up all available disk space1, then factory reset. Repeat as many times as you like. 1 dd if=/dev/urandom of=random.txt bs=1G count=2, replacing 1G with however much space is left ...


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Full!screen has a (paid-for) feature where you can automatically hide system bars in certain apps and unhide them in other apps, but there is a free version without the automation. Alternatively, you can hide them completely over ADB (source) with: adb shell su pm disable com.android.systemui Or (if you're writing your own app) you can use this code ...


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There are many ways to bypass applock, you can reboot into safe mode, uninstall/force stop/clear data the applock (if Settings is not locked), widgets (some apps have a Task Manager widget or Enable/Disable app widget), using third party application to uninstall/force stop/clear data the applock, uninstall the applock from Google Play Store (if Play Store is ...


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This is possible to be done (infact, anything is possible in android. Thats the beauty and power Android has being open source :) ). You will need to edit android source code. First, a little info. This text is a string that resides inside frameworks_base/packages/Keyguard/res/values/strings.xml in android source code. The actual string declaration is: ...


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Just tested this. Locked my phone via desktop. From what I can tell, you can't not remotely unlock. Not via device manage anyway. Not sure if there is another way, but I guess that would defeat the purpose.


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Seems like someone had the exact same issue but posted it on the Android Forums, not here. :( Things to try: Install one or several of Airpush Detector, Avast! Mobile Security, AVG antivirus, or/and Addons detector. Install CM Security to prevent things from slipping by unnoticed again. Start Uninstalling apps one by one starting with the most recent to ...


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Using the Xposed Framework and Xposed Additions you can remap any button to any action, and in your case the 'No action'. Combining this to disable all your hardware buttons with this answer, and you would achieve what you want. Open the app and follow these steps: Click on Buttons Click Add new Key Press the key you want to disable Press OK Click the ...



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