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    Password Protect Settings Button (David) ??

    David please can you add a password to protect the settings button it will be a good idea to not let other pepole to mess with your settings (my friends, when i leave the car in the carage)
    and it should be something diffrent to lock screen password
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by bishooman
    David please can you add a password to protect the settings button it will be a good idea to not let other pepole to mess with your settings (my friends, when i leave the car in the carage)
    and it should be something diffrent to lock screen password
    thanks
    Not a bad idea... You think it should be a different password than the lock screen? I can potentially see adding the password dialog if a password has been set, but it would unlock with the same password as the lockscreen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid
    Not a bad idea... You think it should be a different password than the lock screen? I can potentially see adding the password dialog if a password has been set, but it would unlock with the same password as the lockscreen.

    david
    it will be ok i think, if i set a password for lock screen then password dialog will appear when i press on Settings Button this works for me thanks man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veetid
    Not a bad idea... You think it should be a different password than the lock screen? I can potentially see adding the password dialog if a password has been set, but it would unlock with the same password as the lockscreen.

    david
    Please david, don't put a password need for enter setting as default setting...
    let it configurable.
    Idon't want to enter a password each time i enter setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by coucouillu
    Please david, don't put a password need for enter setting as default setting...
    let it configurable.
    Idon't want to enter a password each time i enter setup
    it is not a need if you set a password for lock screen so it will ask you for same password when press on settigns button, else it will work as normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bishooman
    it is not a need if you set a password for lock screen so it will ask you for same password when press on settigns button, else it will work as normal.
    OK

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