AppLock Tutorial


1. On the home screen of AppLock, you will see a list of currently protected apps. You can also use the edit button and add button as shown below to edit and add more apps to the protected app list




2. To add an app to the password protection list, simply tap the app name and you will see the lock indicator icon light up indicating that the app is now in the protected app list. You can also use the 'Search apps..' function to look for an app by name as shown below.


3. You can also enable additional lock settings by enabling the 'Advanced features' checkbox. Please read the warning message as these are features mainly for advanced users.



4. (When enabled) AppLock will run in the background and check for the current running apps. If the current running app is in the protected app list, AppLock will lock the app based on your setting for that app. A notification will show in the status bar. You can pull down the notification bar to see the lock status of this app.




5. AppLock includes a widget that you can add to your home screen to quickly enable/disable AppLock with one tap.


6. You can customize the look of the password screen by setting the color and background of the lock screen. The customization settings are in AppLock's setting menu, under 'Advanced Setting' -> 'Customization Setting'


Here's an example lock screen after customization of the background and the key text color:


7. The initial passcode for AppLock is '8888', you can change this code in AppLock's setting. When you change this passcode, we strongly suggest that you use AppLock's password reminder tools to help remember this passcode in case you forget it.



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