5,000 - 10,000 downloads
by László Makk on 26/12/2014
Tried on Nexus 7 (2013) with android 5.0.1
by Chris Talbot on 21/12/2014
Successfully worked with Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013), both with 5.0.1
by Adric Norris on 18/12/2014
This utility makes it possible to drastically improve the security of your (rooted) Android devices. I was thrilled to see it become available for Lollipop, and can attest that it performs its job beautifully.
by Joe Feise on 15/12/2014
I've used this app on CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4), and the latest version (not here yet, but on FDroid) works great with Android 5.
by jatyeo on 19/11/2014
Now you have a strong password for your device encryption and a simple password for your daily use. It's ridiculous that Google has the two passwords associated, this fixes it quickly and simply
by Israel Peled on 14/10/2014
In CM11 you can choose strong password for the encryption device And other PIN password for lock screen..
by Winthrop Hayes on 28/09/2014
This solves a primary weakness with Android encryption: boot unlock and screen unlock need to be the same. Need to be rooted to use this. Be interesting to see if Android L has the same limitations. - Great background info on how Android encryption works, too --
by Juan Duran on 23/09/2014
by Jared Trigili on 02/09/2014
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by Michael Stevens on 25/08/2014
Many thanks! Works as stated on my Nexus 5 running SlimKat. Now, even if I lose my phone I don't need to worry about my encryption being brute forced. Good work!
by Ken Murray on 02/08/2014
Continually claims current PIN is incorrect when correct PIN is entered.
by Brian S on 21/07/2014
been looking for this for a while. worked great on nexus4 4.4.4 thanks
by Papas Fritas on 15/07/2014
Encrypting your phone & using a secure password is great but it's such a pain to have to memorize/input that password EVERY single time you want to unlock your phone, especially if your password is dozens of characters long. This app is wonderful for allowing you to easily (meaning a dummy like me can do it) separate your device encryption password from your lock screen password. So, I can now use
by Rob Etere on 29/05/2014
I have a Nexus 5 with Cyanogenmod and this works great.
by leopold leo on 28/05/2014