My wife had some issues with Trusted Places as well, where she had to unlock several times after coming home. But after a few reboots it seemed to sort itself out. You could go to Maps and make sure your Home address is resolved correctly. Just a thought.
I really don't like Trusted Locations as all: Of course I use it, because having to unlock manually is a pain. But it means my phone is automatically unlocked within 100 meters of my home. I went for a small walk, and it does indeed stay unlocked long after I left my home.
In KitKat I used the excellent No Lock Home Xposed module to automatically unlock when connected to my home WiFi or my car's Bluetooth. Specifying a Trusted WiFi Network is a far, FAR better, safer and more obvious solution in my opinion. Probably saves battery too compared to checking for location every time I pick up the phone.
I would say Trusted WiFi Network is definitely a feature I would love in Cat5 -- except it is so obvious I cannot believe Google isn't working on it already.
As I described a few posts back (here) there is a whole acre of real estate that can be reclaimed even without re-designing the full quick toggle layout.
That's no doubt a good design. OTOH, it would still max out at 14 toggles. With the AOKP-type customization, you can have up to 10 toggles where we can only have 5 (as one row can have up to 5 toggles). Each row would be shorter as well due to the smaller toggle icons, which means you can get away with a very small Quick Toggle area if you have, say, 10 or fewer toggles to show.
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