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Default Can't set up lock screen

How do I fix this dis happened after i updates to kitkat

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anybody know how to fix i really need to put a screen lock on
 
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Have you checked Device Administrators in Security to see if anything is there that shouldn't be?
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Dose it look normal
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Are you rooted?

If so, what rom are you running?

This is the exact issue the UnKnownforce is trying to fix in his thread.

Go HERE and search the thread for lockscreen. You'll find many posts concerning this issue. There is no 100% fix yet. Works fine for some and not for others.
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Are you rooted?

If so, what rom are you running?

This is the exact issue the UnKnownforce is trying to fix in his thread.

Go HERE and search the thread for lockscreen. You'll find many posts concerning this issue. There is no 100% fix yet. Works fine for some and not for others.
That's what I'm guessing he did. Someone said that if you flash with cwm not Philz or Twrp that it works.

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I'm running just stock I took the Ota then rooted and flash the nae modem

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I'm running just stock I took the Ota then rooted and flash the nae modem

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Well that makes absolutely no sense. You took the OTA then rooted and flashed the NAE modem??? If you took the OTA why would you have to flash the NAE modem. Something is fishy here. Are you on the NAE upgrade or are you a piece meal install with mismatched bootloader, modem, and software. If you are on stock NAE then the lock screen should work as mine works with all options. If you are on a custom rom, that is where the problem is. Post a screenshot of your about phone info page or list the specifics of what you have so we can further help you.
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Yea i took the Ota everything was nae but my baseband then I flashed the nea modem is

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Yea i took the Ota everything was nae but my baseband then I flashed the nea modem is

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You might be screwed until the stock tar comes out. If your baseband hadn't changed with the ota, then the update didn't complete. You may still be on the mk2 bootloader. There is suppose to be an app that can tell you what bootloader your on, but I don't know what it is called. You can try to Odin the mk2 tar file. If it completes your golden and then can redo the update. If it fails then you have the NAE bootloader. you can try installing a custom kernel to get wifi back, or see if you can find a copy of the stock NAE kernel.


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