Bypass Swipe Screen to Unlock Android
It is not everybody who sets up a lock security pattern on their Android phones. But the people who set up the Android lock screen pattern must be due to one of the following reasons:
* You have stored sensitive and private information and data on your Android phone that you don't want anybody else view them. The Android lock screen can prevent others to access your phone data.
* When you want to personalize your phone. This is a personal device and you can have all the settings personalized.
* To avoid instances where the phone dials from the contacts or sending the blank messages simply because it was wrongly pressed.
* To keep off children from using the phone.
So, if you have stuck in Android phone's lock screen, you can keep on reading the article to resolve the issue.
As I mentioned above, not everybody has set to lock his Android phone especially for those who do not give much attention to their privacy, or they haven't saved important data on their Android phones. Then, you can follow the steps below to disable swiping the screen when your Android device is accessible.
Step 1. First of all, tap the Setting icon on your Android phone screen.
Step 2. Scroll down the Setting's menu and choose the "Security" tab.
Step 3. The pop up "Screen security" tab will list you with three choice: Screen lock, Lock screen options and Owner Information.
Step 4. Select "Screen lock" and enter your PIN code.
Step 5. Click the PIN code option again and there will be more options listed here. Now, just select "None".
OK, you just successfully remove the swipe screen to unlock your Android phone now.
If the pattern lock of your Android phone is enabled, you can follow the steps below to turn off swipe to unlock the device.
Step 1. Open your Android device and tap the "Setting" icon.
Step 2. Choose the "Security" option from the pop up screen.
Step 3. To turn off the swipe screen, you should select the options "Screen lock" > "NONE".
Step 4. If you have enabled the pattern before, you need to enter the pattern again to make the swipe screen disappear.
Step 5. Reboot your Android phone.
Ok, now you can open your Android device and you can find the swipe screen is turned off.