is there such an app?

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  1. xoluvsdance12

    xoluvsdance12 Member

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    I'd like an app that allows me to pick a time when I want my phone's password feature to be on and when to be off. When I'm in school, I want my phone to lock in case I get my phone taken away I don't want my teacher using my phone. But when I get home, I don't want the lock feature to be on because I find it annoying to keep having to enter a password in order to use my phone. Is there an app that lets me do this? I prefer a free one but if I have to pay that ok too.
     
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    I've never heard of one. Shouldn't take more than 15 seconds to change the settings manually before and after school though, right?
     
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    Tasker can do that
     
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    how would i set that up with tasker?
     
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    You can also do it manually with screen mode widget. Just put the widget on the home screen and you have easy access to it

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    Create a context with the times that you want the lock disabled. Add "Stay On" as a task. I'm not sure if you'd need an exit task or not to disable this...

    ...and a whole lot more!
     
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    Shows a nice bar along the top of your screen to indicate battery status.

    similar to what BattineSvs is to winMo.


    Sorry to hijack your thread, but the title was perfect!dancedroid