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    Lock screen

    Is there any way to completely disable the lock screen? To just hit the power button and be in business?
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    Yes there is. Go to. Settings>location and security>set up screen lock>click none and you should be in business
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    That only disables the password/pin/pattern functions. Im talking about disabling even the slide to unlock.
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    Oh yeah, I believe you can completely disable the slider in Android 4.0, because I have it disabled on my Archos 80 G9. Why do you want to disable the slider anyway?
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    I just don't see the point. Three years on android and i've always wanted to be rid of it. If I hit the button I want to use the phone. Just don't want that other step
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    Well, the lockscreen is there to prevent the phone from doing something if it is powered on while in your pocket (i.e., accidental press of the power button; some notifications and events power the phone's display.) But, I agree, for those who want to disable it, it should be disableable.
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    Figured it out. "No Lock" in the market or any of its clones. Just what I was looking for
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    Interesting, my droid 3 just locked up on me yesterday. I used it in the am and when I went to use it after about 10 minutes my slide unlock was frozen. So I went to verizon and they sent me a new phone for just the price of shipping. Unfortunatly all of the data I had stored on my old phone is locked up and I haven't been able to retrieve it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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