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[Q] Lock screen security bypass with Android Wear watch connected?

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30th July 2014, 12:18 AM   |  #11  
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I use the No Lock Home module from Xposed, works a treat.

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3rd August 2014, 10:19 PM   |  #12  
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Pebble Unlocker is what I had been using before the LG G watch and it still works with the LG. Also allows you to set other trusted BT and WiFi devices (car's BT, home WiFi, etc).
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Pebble Unlocker is what I had been using before the LG G watch and it still works with the LG. Also allows you to set other trusted BT and WiFi devices (car's BT, home WiFi, etc).

Yea but does it work like in the Google IO demo? (where the guy just handed his phone to the dude standing right next to him and it would require a pin to unlock).
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Yea but does it work like in the Google IO demo? (where the guy just handed his phone to the dude standing right next to him and it would require a pin to unlock).

Didn't see that, but no, it doesn't. Does anything?
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Yea but does it work like in the Google IO demo? (where the guy just handed his phone to the dude standing right next to him and it would require a pin to unlock).

How should that work?
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How should that work?

Idk "magic" ? You saw the video... if it works it's probably the best way to use watch to unlock...I feel like "unlock on bt connected to watch" is a bit too insecure

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Didn't see that, but no, it doesn't. Does anything?

Watch the Google io demo...I've been trying to find out how it works...it is supposed to work (they said it'd be in L release)
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