Secure lockscreens vs non secure one


Rcocchiararo

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Hi

I was unsure if i had to post this here, or in the bugs section (for me, its kind of a bug, but i think it might be "normal" or "intended")

MIUI has a REALLY COOL lockscreen, even more now with the music controls.

The only problem is, that if you enable pasword/pin/pattern security, upon waking up your device, you are directly presented with the "selected security lockscreen".

I am unsure about stock android, but under Enomether's "the official" ROM (2.2.1 based android with optional mods), if i set some kind of security , i was first presented with the STOCK android lockscreen, and after i swyped from the "unlock slider", i was taken to the selected type of security lockscreen. (this happened when i had enabled lockscreen music controls, i am unsure if this happened with them disabled).

i woulde LOVE it if it was possible to have the same feature under MIUIs ultra cool "unsecure" lockscreen.

I really don't feel safe having my phone with no security, specially since the nexus one does not support direct enabling/disabling of security from widgets/apps, so i can't even remote security lock my device if lost/stolen :p

But i also love the unsecure lockscreen !
 
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This is the right forum.

The good news is it's not a bug.

The bad news is.. it's by design. We've reported it to the MIUI dev's and they may or may not change it in future releases.
 

Rcocchiararo

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buu

maybe China is not as dangerous as Argentina ? :p

i do think that the SMS and PHONE buttons on the unsecure lockscreen might be a problem for what i ask :p
 
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Rcocchiararo said:
I really don't feel safe having my phone with no security, specially since the nexus one does not support direct enabling/disabling of security from widgets/apps, so i can't even remote security lock my device if lost/stolen :p
Why don't you buy a tool like "Theft Aware". This will give you the chance to locate, lock, control or wipe your device via sms. Not even a data connection is required.
This will give you the good feeling to leave your lockscreen open without a pin or pattern.
 

Rcocchiararo

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i have paid for a wavesecure subscription.

Its pretty good, tho i dislike the fact that it "ends"

But thats not "enough", since i can't instantly lock my phone upon lossing it / having it stolen, i need it to be secured when outside my home or my office.

Now the "unsecure" lockscreen is getting even more goodies :p

If only GOOGLE hadn't removed "on the fly pattern to unsecure lockscreen change support" on 2.2... i could use tasker or extended controls to rapidly change lockscreen type :(