Remove screen lock like the MENU key do?

by andrew » Wed, 27 May 2009 15:05:53 GMT


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 The lock screen is also a java class called LockScreen.java.In this
class,it captures the event of  MENU key, so if the screen is
locked,we can click the MENU key to remove the lock.
The qustion of mine is that How Can I remove the lock like MENU key
do??Is that possible?
(I know KeyguardManager and KeyguardManager.KeyguardLock,but this is
not the right way,I want to remove,not to hide!).
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Remove screen lock like the MENU key do?

by andrew » Thu, 28 May 2009 00:42:55 GMT


 Oh,my God,nobody give me a help.
Maybe it is not possible to do this??
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Remove screen lock like the MENU key do?

by Walter » Fri, 29 May 2009 02:30:30 GMT


 I'v been looking for this too, seems no way to do it for now




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Remove screen lock like the MENU key do?

by Walter » Fri, 29 May 2009 02:33:42 GMT


 I've been looking for this, as my research, no way to do it for now.




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Remove screen lock like the MENU key do?

by andrew » Fri, 29 May 2009 23:47:58 GMT


 


Thanks for Walter !
I have been looking into the source code,and did'nt find there has a
way to do this too!
Maybe it is true that we can't remove the lock in our application as
now as we know.
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
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app_name">
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<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.SEND_SMS"></uses-
permission>
<uses-permission
android:name="android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED"></uses-
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<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.READ_CONTACTS" />


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05-12 10:19:39.960: DEBUG/dalvikvm(577): GC freed 13370 objects /
680824 bytes in 423ms
05-12 10:19:40.757: DEBUG/HomeLoaders(858):   --> starting
applications loader
05-12 10:20:00.022: WARN/ActivityManager(577): Hung broadcast
discarded after timeout failure: now=1262803 dispatchTime=1213395
startTime=1224404 intent=Intent
{ action=android.intent.action.PHONE_STATE (has extras) }
numReceivers=1 nextReceiver=1 state=1
05-12 10:20:00.040: WARN/ActivityManager(577): Timeout of broadcast
BroadcastRecord{4372ebc8 android.intent.action.PHONE_STATE} -
receiver=null
05-12 10:20:00.040: WARN/ActivityManager(577): Receiver during
timeout: ResolveInfo{4372e9f0 com.wit.IncomingCall p=0 o=0 m=0x108000}
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): ANR (application not
responding) in process: com.wit
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): Annotation: Broadcast
of Intent { action=android.intent.action.PHONE_STATE (has extras) }
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): CPU usage:
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): Load: 0.66 / 0.42 /
0.33
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): CPU usage from 28693ms
to 155ms ago:
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   system_server: 12% =
8% user + 4% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   com.android.phone: 0%
= 0% user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   qemud: 0% = 0% user +
0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   adbd: 0% = 0% user +
0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   events/0: 0% = 0%
user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):
com.android.inputmethod.latin: 0% = 0% user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):
android.process.media: 0% = 0% user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   logcat: 0% = 0% user
+ 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   rild: 0% = 0% user +
0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   zygote: 0% = 0% user
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05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):   servicemanager: 0% =
0% user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):
+android.process.acore: 0% = 0% user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577):  -app_process: 0% = 0%
user + 0% kernel
05-12 10:20:00.170: INFO/ActivityManager(577): TOTAL: 41% = 28% user +
13% kernel + 0% irq + 0% softirq
05-12 10:20:00.190: INFO/ActivityManager(577): Removing old ANR trace
file from /data/anr/traces.txt
05-12 10:20:00.200: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 858 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.210: INFO/dalvikvm(858): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
05-12 10:20:00.220: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 618 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.231: INFO/dalvikvm(618): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
05-12 10:20:00.231: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 677 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.241: INFO/dalvikvm(677): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
05-12 10:20:00.241: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 645 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.251: INFO/dalvikvm(645): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
05-12 10:20:00.251: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 664 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.251: INFO/dalvikvm(664): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
05-12 10:20:00.261: INFO/Process(577): Sending signal. PID: 689 SIG: 3
05-12 10:20:00.261: INFO/dalvikvm(689): threadid=7: reacting to signal
3
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anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:00.402: INFO/dalvikvm(689): Wrote stack trace to '/data/
anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:00.441: INFO/dalvikvm(577): Wrote stack trace to '/data/
anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:00.441: INFO/dalvikvm(664): Wrote stack trace to '/data/
anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:00.441: INFO/dalvikvm(618): Wrote stack trace to '/data/
anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:00.451: WARN/ActivityManager(577): finishReceiver called
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05-12 10:20:00.490: INFO/dalvikvm(645): Wrote stack trace to '/data/
anr/traces.txt'
05-12 10:20:05.870: DEBUG/dalvikvm(618): GC freed 6463 objects /
364752 bytes in 172ms
05-12 10:37:32.742: DEBUG/dalvikvm(618): GC freed 10417 objects /
587048 bytes in 238ms

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