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Default Weird lock pattern issue

I am on stock jl5, and have been using it without a problem for sometime. until today when my lock pattern simply dissappeared, and changed on its own to default glass lock screen.

It surprised me, but I didn't give it too much though, and changed back to my lock pattern. And again five minutes later, phone switched back to glass lock screen. I tried all secure lock methods, but phone keeps switching back to glass lock screen, disabling all the secure logins on it's own.

Any advice?

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I am on stock jl5, and have been using it without a problem for sometime. until today when my lock pattern simply dissappeared, and changed on its own to default glass lock screen.

It surprised me, but I didn't give it too much though, and changed back to my lock pattern. And again five minutes later, phone switched back to glass lock screen. I tried all secure lock methods, but phone keeps switching back to glass lock screen, disabling all the secure logins on it's own.

Any advice?

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1. Try rebooting, or otherwise just reflash your ROM. This will fix it most likely.
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