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Basically, as screen lock secures your data as long as the data chip stays in the phone(as long as debugging is disabled [or enabled with no trusted credentials] and the phone isn't rooted), whereas encrypting it secures it no matter what. Old answer: It is possible to access some data via usb, however other data isn't accessible, plug your tablet into the ...


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According to this changelog the upcoming f-droid version 0.71 should support this. Another mention of this is in: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/TextSecure/issues/127#issuecomment-51065857


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You can check if your phone is currently unlocked/rooted in bootloader (volume down+power for a few seconds when phone is off should do it. Otherwise Google for your phone.) I guess there's no way to check if your device was ever rooted. Indeed, the safest* is to root the phone yourself and flash a ROM. Another advantage of this is that you are up-to-date. ...


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If you run xposed framework, NFC LockScreenOff Enabler is your method of choice.


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if you have android device manager then login to android device manager through your PC, the rest you can control it from there :-)


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I would recommend AFWall+ as equivalent to a packet filter on a desktop computer. Note that AFWall+ is just a GUI to generate iptables/Netfilter (Linux Kernel feature) rules. To apply those rules, AFWall+ requires root privileges on the device. AFWall+ gives you the possibility to allow/deny certain applications to open outgoing connections over WLAN/mobile ...



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