Now with Android 2.1 it now makes me use a password word. Is there a way to bypass this as it is annoying, or maybe use a pattern instead?
With 1.5 i didn't have to use a password, but with 2.1 now i do.
just thought i would update with my latest info. So here is the scoop. You can disable the exchange password lock and have it survive reboot/and mail checks. To do this follow these steps:
[APP] LockPicker - disable Exchange lock screen [30-03-2010]
Just whipped an app together that disables the Exchange lock screen as soon as the server has enforced its policy by using a background service and an observer on the system setting. This requires no polling, scripting, etc. and survives reboots/enforcements
If you want to use the pattern lock follow the next steps if not just skip the next steps., First set the lock pattern before you setup your exchange server, Then after you set your pattern lock setup your exchange and it will ask you to set your password after complete download Lockpicker in the market and install & run. Iit will bypass the Password lock and the pattern will now work.
Originally Posted by klaus27
Ok, my app is ready. I have sent it to tamburylar for testing.
Version 1.0 is ready for testing. Working with HTC Sense. Waiting for reply for Milestone support. HERE
HTC Sense or Motorola Droid with Exchange and password policy? Get rid of it: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?p=6044673