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[Q] Remove the pattern lock?

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Default [Q] Remove the pattern lock?

Is there any way i can go back to just "swipe" to open my tablet?
 
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System setting>lock screen>screen lock>swipe
... That should enable lockscreen...


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System setting>lock screen>screen lock>swipe
... That should enable lockscreen...


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Says that the swipe is deactivated by the admin?

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Says that the swipe is deactivated by the admin?

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Are you connected to any type of Exchange server for email? Email admins can put restrictions on your device, though most wouldn't even allow swipe, instead require at least a Pin code.
 
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Remove your VPNs

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Tried this aswell, didnt work. I did a factory reset instead. Thanks.
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