Functional Screen Unlock
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This is a screen locker to lock and unlock the screen for your Android mobiles and tablets. Such daily information as date, time and battery percentage could be available to us here.
This application Functional Screen Unlock is lock screen software. You phone will be turn into totally new outlook with the new screen lock.
Quick Viewing of time, date and battery level.
You need to set some operation as you need first
-Open vibration or sound.
-Full screen or Expand Status Bar.
-Launch the fast unlock or not.
Totally free for Android devices
Suitable for Android mobiles and tablets
-This app is vibration supported, open it in the Setting. And you can start this app in the same place.
-Of course, you can set full screen or Status Bar expand as you like. One click in the unlock settings can do that.
-a screen locker to set switch for lock, vibrate and sound
-This free app enables full screen or not.
If you disable full screen, you can o choose to get information from status bar here..
-This free app supports to enable fast unlock way.
Enable this and you can unlock the screen by long press key MENU.
-Show us date, time and battery indicator
=HOW TO RUN=
Two ways to unlock the screens. One is to long press the key menu but you need to check the fast unlock in advance in the unlock settings. The other is to slide from left to right to unlock the screen.
1. Set the Functional Screen Unlock and begin to run
2. Press power key to activate the screen
3. We can get daily information to save troublesome.
4. we can slide to unlock the screen.
5. Or we can long press menu key to unlock the screen.
This free app Functional Screen Unlock allows locking the screen with full information and unlocking the screen in a new style.
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