WenWM · Jul 30, 2010 at 12:00 pm

LockPicker Now Updated To V0.94

Having your emails all on your device via exchange might sometimes lead you to a very inconvenient lock screen, but this application strives to fix that. Developed and maintained by XDA member j0bro, the software removes the lock screen before boot and afterwards. Now, I am not quite sure how this works seeing I do not use exchange, but I am sure some people will love to use this if they do.

Disables the Exchange lock screen when it’s part of the server’s security policy.
Survives reboots and automatic server enforcements!
Works on HTC Sense only.
Changelog:
v0.94: Android 1.5+ compatible
v0.93: Added es,fr,de,nl,cn
v0.92: Notifications optional
v0.91: fixed FC on startup
v0.9: initial release
Search for Market > Applications > Tools > LockPicker

Download it, and free yourself from that stupid lock.


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