The Knock Code feature is now available now on the LG G2 and many other current LG phones, such as the G Flex, G3 and G Pro 2. As the name implies, you’ll no longer be limited to only unlocking your phone — now you’ll be able knock (OK, tap, really) as a security function.
To set up the Knock Code feature on your LG G2, you need to go to:
Settings > Display > Home & Lock > Lock Screen. In the lock screen settings, you will find the option “Select screen lock” tapping and then choose "Knock Code." Passwords can range from two to eight taps. According to LG, there are more than 80,000 different possible combination you can use.
After setting up your Knock Code you will be asked to create a backup PIN, which can be used if you ever forget your tapping sequence. The PIN code at least four digits, but fewer than 17 — before you can use Knock Code.
To unlock the phone using Knock Code:
While the screen is off, tap the same sequence you established anywhere on the screen. The Home screen will be accessed directly.
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LG has officially launched its min-end handsome android device, the LG F70 D315 in the global market.
If you are search for usb driver for your LG F70 D315, you may try the following download link. Hope this helps you. Enjoy.
We recommend you reboot the system after installing the USB Driver.
LG F70 D315 USB Driver for Windows:
LG F70 D315 USB Driver for Mac:
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A new update is live for owners of the LG G2 on AT&T. Marked as version number D80020u and brings a pretty significant new feature in Knock Code.
This LG G2 update measures in at 39MB in size and according to AT&T, should take anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes to download and then another 5 to 10 minutes to install. If you happen to have an AT&T LG G2 you now can navigate to Menu –> All Settings –> General -> About phone -> Software update -> Update Now.
Software update includes:
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