it took Us receive the reboot option on the shutdown menu but once open the closure, Google is unstoppable. Android P add a button in the same to make screen shots and one more -disabled by default – for block the phone more securely.
The function in question receives the name of Enter lockdown in English, which has been translated as Activate lock in English. This function, in theory, disable all of the exceptions to unlock the terminal as the unlocking by voice or Smart Unlock, and force you to use PIN or pattern to unlock. You can’t even use the fingerprint.
How to add the button to the shutdown menu
to be able To choose to add this additional button to the shutdown menu you need to add a locking method secure as pattern, PIN or password. The option is not available if you do not have any or only slide.
Already with a method of unlocking configured in Settings – location & Security go to Settings from the lock screen. In this window, there is already the option, call Show lock. You have to activate it, which in the style of switches of Android P (which, incidentally, seems to me very confusing) the button should be coloured and not grey.
An extra security to specific moments
This block is prevents the phone will stay unlocked with any exception of like being at home or near a device recognized, and force the user to introdir the pattern, PIN or password to unlock the terminal. You can’t even use the fingerprint to unlock.
The option is virtually the same as playing in the lock icon the lock screen, so that the real change is the button itself, which makes it more accessible. Before you needed to block the terminal, unlock and touch the padlock.
Via | 9to5Google
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March 9, 2018
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