Almost a month ago, the international version of LG's ex-forerunner, the G2
, received the much-anticipated Knock Code
treatment. This nifty feature is a further-improved version of KnockOn and allows owners of the G2 to create a pattern that consists of two to eight on-screen taps in order to unlock their devices. The LG G Pro 2
was the first LG device to sport Knock Code and several LG devices have this feature at the moment. The spectacular LG G3
, the company's current flagship, also comes with Knock Code on board. LG also revealed that the LG G Flex
will be getting it thanks to an upcoming update
If you are using AT&T's G2 (D800), however, you shouldn't feel left out of the equation anymore, as the update that brings Knock Code on your device has just started its rollout. After you receive it, the option to set a Knock Code unlocking pattern will appear in the lock screen settings of your G2. As usual, take into consideration that the update might not land on your beloved smartphone right away, but it will, eventually.
Are you a devoted Knock Code user? Do you think it's yet another useless gimmick? Feel free to tell us in the comments section below!
source: Android Central