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#141
if the device was not shutdown in device lock mode you can power up without it needed.
For flashing I don't know if the lock mode is changed, the password stays but the delay to auto-lock is gone.
 

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#142
Originally Posted by javispedro View Post
Hum... a reflash disables the device lock?
Yes. Unlike the lock code itself (which is saved in CAL), the setting to activate the lock is stored in GConf (/system/osso/dsm/locks/devicelock_autolock_enabled), which of course is not stored when reflashing.
 

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#143
Originally Posted by qwerty12 View Post
Yes. Unlike the lock code itself (which is saved in CAL), the setting to activate the lock is stored in GConf (/system/osso/dsm/locks/devicelock_autolock_enabled), which of course is not stored when reflashing.
the value here is "true" without device_lock active. maybe its the applet that needs to be true?! I believe its not stored on eMMC1 so it will be flashed away... (cant find anything telling other than that)
 

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#144
Is it fixed in PR1.3? I'm not eager to read 13 pages of text...
 

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#145
It would have been enough to read the first three posts and check it.

As far as I can see it has been solved.
 

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