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App to turn off screen WITHOUT locking?

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15th October 2014, 04:21 PM   |  #11  
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What about settings>security >screen lock >none? This is what I did and it works great 😊

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28th November 2014, 03:17 PM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by 530elf13

I'm in the same situation with my G3, did you ever find a solution?

Try setting up Lock timer and unchecking power button locks instantly in lock screen settings (I don't know exact translations, sorry).
I have timer set to 30 seconds so if I turn screen off and immediately recall I wanted to do something, screen is not locked yet.
These settings should be available on every Android device, I was using it even on my old Nexus S. I only noticed on G2 that if I'm using knock code, screen can't be turned back on using simple double tap even within timer interval and I have to use knock code. But power button asks for code only after timer interval.
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