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After Marshmallow Upgrade, How to remove "Swipe Screen to unlock" if I have a PIN lock

AJNims
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The university requires that I use a PIN # to unlock my phone and prior to the latest Marshmallow upgrade to my Samsung Galaxy S6, the Lock screen and the key pad to unlock my phone were one-in-the-same, but now I have to "Swipe" first and that gets me to the PIN entry screen, call me lazy, BUT this is ridiculous!

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University of Florida

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Re: After Marshmallow Upgrade, How to remove "Swipe Screen to unlock" if I have a PIN lock

tikibar1
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See if the explanations in this thread help:

Re: Marshmallow: How to turn off swipe before entering pin

Re: After Marshmallow Upgrade, How to remove "Swipe Screen to unlock" if I have a PIN lock

AJNims
Member

Thank you, that IS the same question I have.  Unfortunately it looks like I am not going to get an answer I likeSmiley Sad.  Well as the saying goes, "Life is full of disappointments, DEAL with it!"

Re: After Marshmallow Upgrade, How to remove "Swipe Screen to unlock" if I have a PIN lock

Dunncrew
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Yes, stupid to have pointles swipe, that has no function, but just adds an extra step.

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Re: After Marshmallow Upgrade, How to remove "Swipe Screen to unlock" if I have a PIN lock

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Can we stop this now.... Please

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