Samsung Blackjack Tip: How to Turn On AUTO-KeyGuard
Have you every made that “embarrassing” cell phone call that you didn’t know about?
Have you ever left a 10 minute voicemail for someone that was a great illustration of what you do when you’re by yourself when you don’t think anyone is listening — although you made the accidental cell phone call to someone and a voice mail was being left?
Did you know you can prevent that from happening ever again? Read on to learn more. . .
While you should know how to manually turn on the keyguard feature on your Samsung Blackjack on-demand, there’s a great feature which is more like a Blackjack secret since most don’t know about it: The Auto-Keyguard feature.
If you don’t use your phone for a little bit, you can have your Samsung Blackjack automatically go into Keyguard mode, saving you the extra hassle of worrying if your phone will make unnecessary calls on your behalf.
To enable or disable the Auto Key Lock follow the steps below:
- While in standby mode, press the left soft key for Start
- Select Settings
- Select Auto Key Lock (5)
- Select either On or Off, using the navigation keys
- Press the left soft key for Done to save the Auto Key Lock changes