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    Lockscreen on OTA JB Update

    How can you bypass or disable the lockscreen function on our new J B Update. Every ph. call I recv. I have to unlock the screen to answer the call.
    Thanks for any suggestions!
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    It's in settings under security I believe. You shouldn't have to unlock to receive calls only make them.

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    On my RAZR Maxx, on GB, ICS, and now on JB, my lock screen has four choices to "swipe" to, and one is "answer" (green phone icon). Does yours not have that?
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    Menu--> System Settings-->Security & Screen Lock-->Screen Lock--> choose "None"
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    Right ^ swipe up to answer in one move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miklb58 View Post
    On my RAZR Maxx, on GB, ICS, and now on JB, my lock screen has four choices to "swipe" to, and one is "answer" (green phone icon). Does yours not have that?
    Otherwise,
    Menu--> System Settings-->Security & Screen Lock-->Screen Lock--> choose "None"
    Thanks for the reply, I will try the swipe up !
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxKat View Post
    Right ^ swipe up to answer in one move.
    Thanks ! I'll try swiping up !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lester52 View Post

    Thanks ! I'll try swiping up !
    Odd. On my Maxx, I swipe right to answer, left to ignore, up is text reply to the caller, and not sure what down is.
    I don't see where I can change those either......
    But first Lester, in the lock settings, it has to be set to "slide". We never asked if you use slide unlock, face unlock, pin unlock, or pattern unlock. What do you (or did you) have set for unlocking?

    Edit: received a phone call and discovered that in the "slide unlock" choice, there is nothing downwards, just left, up, and right.
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    Is there any setting that lets you go back to the ICS buttons for answering, instead of slide? I can't find one. I have "none" selected in security, but I still have to swipe, and in a hurry I always manage to swipe in the wrong direction!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eshef View Post
    Is there any setting that lets you go back to the ICS buttons for answering, instead of slide? I can't find one. I have "none" selected in security, but I still have to swipe, and in a hurry I always manage to swipe in the wrong direction!
    I think you mean GB buttons. At least for me, ICS was the same as it is now on JB

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    You're right, of course. Senior moment, I guess. Do you have an answer?
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