Change the Lock Screen Security to None on Lenovo A7000
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You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to change the lock-screen security type to "None" on the Lenovo A7000 smartphone.
In order to change the lock-screen security type, we are going to need to tap the gear-shaped Settings icon on the home screen.
If we don't have the gear-shaped Settings icon on the home screen, we simply swipe down from the top.
We swipe down from the top once more. We will access the notifications panel. We will be given the Settings option, which is also gear-shaped.
We tap the Settings icon one time. We will be taken to the main "Settings" panel.
We tap the "Lock screen" icon all the way at the bottom. The icon is green and has a white padlock inside. It is labelled "Lock screen". We will be taken to the "Lock screen" menu.
We tap "Screen lock" under "SCREEN SECURITY". A single tap on "Screen lock" will open up the "Screen lock" options.
If we have a password set, we need to enter the password. In this video, it is "asdf".
When we've entered our password, we tap the little arrow. Now, we will be given the option to change our lock-screen type.
We are going to tap "None". One tap on "None" will change the lock-screen type to "None".
To confirm the setting, we press the power button on the side of our phone. A single press on the power button will lock the phone.
We press the power button once more. We will unlock the phone. We will see that there is no lock screen, and there is no option for us to enter a password or even swipe.
This concludes our tutorial on changing the lock-screen security type to "None" on your Lenovo A7000-series phone. If you have additional questions or comments, or if you have any suggestions for us, please leave them in the section below. We'll surely get back to you. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!
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