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If anyone has ever used an IPhone (Or tried to mess with someone else's - yes, I'm looking at you) you may be aware the the lockout timer scales with each fail after 5 attempts.

I want to do this on android, preferably Without root. anyone know how?

Edit On IPhone, after 5 failed passcode attempts, you are locked out for a minute. If you keep failing, it escalates (it will go up to 5 mins, then 15, then 60) I basically want to replicate that behaviour on android, where its 30 seconds lockout (and does not go up in time)

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This feature is rate limiting and is done to prevent Brute Force Attack

This being a core security feature , it can be changed at OS level ( if at all ) and certainly would not be possible without root

While I could not find reference to PIN / password rate limiting, you can see the Compatibility Definition Document (CSD ) mandating that for finger print recognition, specifying the number of attempts and duration. See How can I limit the number of fingerprint attempts before fallback to other login type?

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    Alright, well, it's a step in the right direction, I guess :)
    – Dan Brown
    Apr 6, 2017 at 7:06

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