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[GUIDE] Using Apps Ops (or Privacy Guard) 4 blocking wakelocks & saving battery

18th October 2014, 01:01 PM |#21  
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I have accidentally change the wake up and keep awake settings as ask always for android system. Now it is in a constant loop of ask permission to wake up, but because i have a passlock on, i cant get pass it. Is there anyway to solve it :S
 
 
18th October 2014, 03:38 PM |#22  
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Originally Posted by leonlah

I have accidentally change the wake up and keep awake settings as ask always for android system. Now it is in a constant loop of ask permission to wake up, but because i have a passlock on, i cant get pass it. Is there anyway to solve it :S

If you can't get pass the lock screen then only way i can think of is to format it And be careful next time.
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