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Android make lock with password only after 30 minutes?

Posted on 2014-12-13
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Hi,

Can i make my Android only ask for password after f.e. half an hour and for the normal unlock just swipe?

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Oh, just seen this is programming topic.
You want to write your own solution?

If not, just searching for solution, then my answer is that, with pure android this can't be done, but you can use third-party application.
For example serach for "Delayed Lock" in play store.
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by:janhoedt
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Not looking to program indeed. Comment in play store: `do not install will ruin your phone?.
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by:Zsolt Pribusz
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I'm using this on my phone (Samsung Galaxy S with CM11) and it just works.
If you afraid to to try it, just make a backup from your phone before installing.
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Fair enough.
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