Change Lock Screen Security to Password on Lenovo A7000

Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, Maria

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Steps

  1. 1
    In order to change the lock-screen security type, we are going to need to tap the Settings icon once
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    The icon is gear-shaped, and it features prominently on the home screen of the phone.
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  2. 2
    If we don't have the Settings icon, we need to simply swipe down from the top
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    It may happen in the event we customized our phone. Swiping down will open the notification panel.
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  3. 3
    We swipe down from the top once more
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    We will have the Settings icon. It is also gear-shaped.
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  4. 4
    We tap the Settings icon once
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    We will be taken to the main "Settings" panel.
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  5. 5
    We tap the "Lock screen" icon all the way at the bottom
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    The icon is green and has a white padlock inside. It is labelled "Lock screen". One tap on "Lock screen" will take us to the "Lock screen" area.
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  6. 6
    Under the very first section, "SCREEN SECURITY", we tap "Screen lock" once
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  7. 7
    Once we've tapped on "Screen lock", we tap "Password" at the bottom
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    It is the fifth option on the list. One tap on "Password" will give us the option to create a password. A very simple password is going to be created for the purpose of this tutorial. However, we may wish to have a more complex password for your own phone.
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  8. 8
    We type the password
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    In this video, it is "asdf".
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  9. 9
    Then, we can either tap the "Continue" option or the cyan button at the bottom
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    Let's tap on "Continue".
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  10. 10
    We enter the password once more
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    It is "asdf" in this video. Now, both our passwords have been entered. They match.
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  11. 11
    We can tap "OK" or press the cyan arrow
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    We will set "Screen lock" to "Password".
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  12. 12
    In order to confirm that the password has been successfully set, we press the power button one time on the side of our phone
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    A single press on the power button will lock the phone.
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  13. 13
    We press the power button once more
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    We will unlock the phone.
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  14. 14
    We tap the padlock at the bottom and swipe it up
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    After we swipe it up, the phone will be unlocked. It will prompt us for a password.
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  15. 15
    We enter our password
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    In this video, we enter "asdf".
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  16. 16
    Now that we've entered our password, we need to tap the checkbox
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    We will enter our phone.
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This concludes our tutorial on changing the lock-screen security type to "Password" on your Lenovo A7000-series smartphone. If you have additional questions, comments, or suggestions, please leave them in the area below. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!

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Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Grimm

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