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Nokia e71 - How to stop having to unlock the auto key pad lock every x minutes.   I have a phone lock - dont need this.

Posted on 2009-05-20
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Im happy with the phone lock, (set with my own password) I dont need the keypad lock every x minutes, its anoying. To free it I have to hit the top left and bottom left key.

Is there a way to disable it - I have tried.
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worded,

There should be a setting for that under Tools -> Settings -> General -> Security, look for Keypad Lock and set to disable. However, I have seen some discussion of this, and evidently this cannot be disabled in some circumstances (if you are connecting to an Exchange server, for example).

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LHerrou
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Phone not connected to anything bar a laptop / blue tooth.

Keypad Autolock period - "disabled"
Phoen auto lock - 5 mins - I have defined this.

On a hunch I will put Keypad Autolock period - "59" mins
I can deal with that. But as far as I know last time, it did the same and auto locked anyway.

 
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And do you have the latest firmware from Nokia in the phone?
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