Security pattern

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  1. wallstreet123456
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    I have setup my security pattern to be able to access my phone. I am not to happy with this for my security. If you hold the phone on an angle and look closly at the finger smears you can figure out with little difficulty the pattern people use.

    Is there a way to enter a number instead of the pattern?
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    hmm I have an Invisible Shield and finger prints are much less noticeable.
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    As of now, no. That whole design drawing thing is a really weak excuse for "security", so many of us are hoping there will be an update for the OS that allows you to have a numerical password.
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    Agreed. This "security" pattern thing blows. Lock 2.0 is buggy on my phone at least so that was a quick uninstall. They really need to do something better than this...
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