AT&T LG G2 Knock Code

A quick heads up for those of you rocking the LG G2 on AT&T: If you haven't already noticed, there's a system update waiting for you. And that 39-megabyte update brings forth one of our favorite features of the year — Knock Code.

Knock Code expands on the "Knock On" tap-to-wake feature by adding in the ability to tap in a pattern, adding in another level of security. Give it a whirl and see what you think. And swing by our LG G2 forum if you've got questions.

 

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AT&T's LG G2 gets Knock Code update

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Phil! If i have an unlocked AT&T LG G2, can i get the update just by inserting an AT&T sim card on my phone?
I don't want to reinstall the whole software again just to get knockcode.

Hey Phil, I just found the galaxy s5 active on ebay, I posted a thread with screen shots on the galaxy s4 section in the forums, go Che k it out!!

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Lock screens in general are so silly. Nobody cares to get into your phones, people. Except maybe your untrusting significant other.

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Get a job with confidential info that comes and goes through emails and you would think differently

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Are you that stupid? Just imagine what someone could do if you loose your phone is extreme... mails, messages and calling some expensive numbers.

Try to update and I get "device not registered" already went to at&t about this and they said oh its normal. No, no AT&T its not normal

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well at least it sounds like an easy enough fix. I will look into this tonight at work! thanks! been waiting for Knock Code.

It seems really slow. Like a looooooong lag between entering the code and actually unlocking the phone. Can we get some scientific testing of this? A speed test? Phil?

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Man, I was really hoping this update would give us the multitasking button!

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Since installing this update, I am no longer able to access the camera from the lockscreen or add / remove lockscreen widgets. This is the case no matter what lock screen security settings I use. Anyone know if there's a fix for this? I have found nothing.