The one aspect that is front and center for Android and Google as a company, is security. Over the years, Google has outdone itself on introducing new protocols of security in order to keep your Android devices and all the content inside it, safe and sound.
When you buy a new Android smartphone, the initial setup prompts you to set a security protocol on your device. Currently, the various options like PIN, Pattern, Finger Unlock, and even Face Unlock.
However, if you are someone who does not want the hassle of a security feature, no matter how important it is, there is a way to actually disable the screen lock.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to disable the screen lock on Android.
Step 1. Open the ‘Settings‘ app on your Android smartphone.
Step 2. Tap on the ‘Security and Location‘ option from the Settings menu.
Step 3. Tap on the ‘Screen Lock‘ option.
Step 4. Choose either the ‘none‘ or the ‘Swipe‘ option.
Once you lock your smartphone now, the unlock will not ask you for any security lock credentials. Now, if we are perfectly honest, use this tutorial only for experimental purposes. Removing your screen lock endangers your device and all your stored data will be at risk.
So, once you have tried this tutorial, make sure you re-instate the screen lock immediately.