AntiLock

AntiLock


Is there anybody who thinks that the slide lock for Android is unnecessary? Using this application, unlock screen will not be displayed, so you can skip one step to go back to home screen.

Features:
* NoLock mode
* SkipLock mode
* Widget
* Autostart at boot

Notice:
* Pro version released.
* HTC Alarm seems incompatible. "Stock Alarm" is recommended.

Important reminder:
1.6~2.2 or higher user:
* While this service is running, the emergency call button will not be displayed on unlock screen.
2.2 or higher user:
* The feature which automatically enables/disables pattern lock will not be available.
* The setting used to unlock the screen for the system needs to be set up as “none” or “pattern”.

INTERNET permission Ads only used.

Please install if you can agree with this.

Working test device: Xperia(X10a)
Working test roms: 1.6(R1FA014), 2.1(2.1.A.0.435)

If it does not work correctly or if you are not satisfied with the function, stop using it and uninstall it.

* WidgetLocker user
WidgetLocker->Settings->Advanced->Retain System Keyguard(enable)

* Unable to turn off the alarm user:
The following URL for more information please take a look at.
http://android.2get.jp/antilock/unable-to-turn-off-the-alarm

kw: NoLock, Keyguard, unlock, screen lock, slide lock

Recent changes:
Version 1.3.1 (2011/03/07):
* Fixed FC (1.6 user)
* Replaced AdMaker library

Version 1.3.0 (2011/03/07):
* When incoming call the action should not be unlocked.
* Do not use the WakeLock behavior in some.
* small change.

Added a permission(READ_PHONE_STATE) to get the incoming call events.

re-install when widgets that are not listed updates.
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3.7
User ratings
680
Installs
100,000+
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File size
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About AntiLock
Is there anybody who thinks that the slide lock for Android is unnecessary? Using this application, unlock screen will not be displayed, so you can skip one step to go back to home screen.

Features:
* NoLock mode
* SkipLock mode
* Widget
* Autostart at boot

Notice:
* Pro version released.
* HTC Alarm seems incompatible. "Stock Alarm" is recommended.

Important reminder:
1.6~2.2 or higher user:
* While this service is running, the emergency call button will not be displayed on unlock screen.
2.2 or higher user:
* The feature which automatically enables/disables pattern lock will not be available.
* The setting used to unlock the screen for the system needs to be set up as “none” or “pattern”.

INTERNET permission Ads only used.

Please install if you can agree with this.

Working test device: Xperia(X10a)
Working test roms: 1.6(R1FA014), 2.1(2.1.A.0.435)

If it does not work correctly or if you are not satisfied with the function, stop using it and uninstall it.

* WidgetLocker user
WidgetLocker->Settings->Advanced->Retain System Keyguard(enable)

* Unable to turn off the alarm user:
The following URL for more information please take a look at.
http://android.2get.jp/antilock/unable-to-turn-off-the-alarm

kw: NoLock, Keyguard, unlock, screen lock, slide lock

Recent changes:
Version 1.3.1 (2011/03/07):
* Fixed FC (1.6 user)
* Replaced AdMaker library

Version 1.3.0 (2011/03/07):
* When incoming call the action should not be unlocked.
* Do not use the WakeLock behavior in some.
* small change.

Added a permission(READ_PHONE_STATE) to get the incoming call events.

re-install when widgets that are not listed updates.

User reviews of AntiLock
Just what I wanted!
Nov 7, 2011
This is PERFECT...almost. I LOVE being able to skip the swipe unlock action and ONLY have to enter the pattern security unlock which the DX could do before they messed it up in FROYO. Like others have said though, eliminate the swipe lock screen momentary flash and the default to the swipe lock screen if you enter the wrong pattern. Also, get the emergency contact information to show up on the pattern unlock screen. With those 3 enhancements, this would indeed be PERFECT!
Mar 1, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 18, 2014
I hate lock screens. I recommend setting the delay to 0. I had trouble with the 2 second delay, my fingers were faster than that, and I was about to delete this app but found that setting the delay to 0 to be most excellent.
A Google User
Aug 25, 2014
Best Tested best results
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Slidelock Good
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
Okkk Good
A Google User
Mar 5, 2014
Here comes the stock locker How could guys this piece of crap work if it even doesn't try to become device administrator !?