Phone Lock - Enlighten™ by LG
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Phone Lock - Enlighten™ by LG

Note If using Microsoft® Exchange (Corporate sync), pattern lock / unlock may not be available.

Setup screen lock
Lock the device
Unlock the device

 

 

Setup screen lock

  1. From the home screen, select Apps.
    Home screen with Apps
  2. Select Settings (under Tools).
    Applications tab with Settings
  3. Select Location & security.
    Settings with Location & Security
  4. From the Security section, select Set up / Change screen lock.
    Note If presented, enter the current PIN / Password / Pattern.
    Location & Security settings with Set up / Change screen lock
  5. Select one of the following options: Screen unlock security options

 

 

Pattern

Note An Unlock pattern is created then used to access the device.

Note The pattern drawn in the images below is only an example.

  1. If presented, select Next.
    Securing your phone with Next
  2. If presented, select Next.
    Example pattern with Next
  3. Draw a pattern on the screen connecting at least four dots then select Continue.
    Draw an Unlock pattern screen with Continue
  4. Re-draw the pattern then select Confirm.
    Draw pattern again screen with Confirm

 

 

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PIN

Note A PIN number is created then used to access the device.

  1. Enter a numeric PIN then select Continue.
    Enter PIN
  2. Re-enter the numeric PIN then select OK.
    Re-enter PIN

 

 

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Password

Note A password is created then used to access the device.

  1. Enter a password then select Continue.
    Enter Password
  2. Re-enter the password then select OK.
    Re-enter Password

 

 

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Lock the device

Screen lock
Security lock

 

 

Screen lock (Lock the device)

  1. Press the Power button.
    Power button

 

 

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Security lock (Lock the device)

Note Security lock is engaged once the device has been idle for a specified length of time (e.g. 1 minute, 5 minutes, 20 minutes, etc.) then the display is turned off.

Note To adjust the Security lock timer, refer to Password Options for assistance.

  1. Press the Power button to turn the display off.
    Note If Screen timeout is enabled, the display will automatically turn off once the device has been idle for a specified length of time (e.g. 15 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, etc.). To adjust the Screen timeout, refer to Display Settings for assistance.
    Power button

 

 

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Unlock the device

Screen lock
Security lock (Password or PIN number)
Security lock (Pattern)

 

 

Screen lock (Unlock the device)

  1. Press the Power button.
    Power button
  2. Select and hold the bottom of the lock screen then slide up to unlock.
    Screen lock

 

 

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Security lock (Unlock the device - Password / PIN number)

  1. Press the Power button.
    Power button
  2. Enter the current password or PIN number then select OK.
    Enter PIN or password

 

 

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Security lock (Unlock the device - Pattern)

  1. Press the Power button.
    Power button
  2. Draw the current unlock pattern.
    Note If the pattern is unknown, enter an incorrect pattern 5 times.
    Pattern unlock screen
    1. If presented, select OK.
      Unlock failed with OK
    2. Select Forgot pattern.
      Unlock screen with Forgot pattern
    3. Enter the appropriate information into the following fields then select Sign in:
      Note If the Google account information is unknown, refer to Recover Gmail sign-in information for assistance.
      • Username (email)
      • Password
      Account unlock screen with username, password and Sign in
    4. Draw a pattern on the screen connecting at least four dots then select Continue.
      Draw an Unlock pattern screen with Continue
    5. Re-draw the pattern then select Confirm.
      Draw pattern again screen with Confirm

 

 

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Last Modified: September 20, 2011
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