"You can further protect this device by requiring your pattern before it starts up. Until the device starts up, it can't receive calls, messages or notifications, including alarms. This helps protect data on lost or stolen devices."
Now it's going to give me a prompt on how I want to display notifications
I can choose from the following options - "Show all notification centers," "Hide sensitive notification content," or "Don't show notification at all." I'll just leave it on at Show All Notification Content.
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