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When putting your phone into your pocket, you can accidentally activate the camera on the lock screen. This will run down your battery and can heat up the phone, especially if the flash happens to be on. For any Jelly Bean user with these reoccurring issues, Lockscreen Policy comes to the rescue.
Since Lockscreen Policy is a simple and light program, it downloads instantly. The user interface is virtually nonexistent, as the program runs in the background. The application simply adds an extra option in the settings menu to disable the camera application and widgets from the lock screen. This application works, hassle-free.
While the demand for Lockscreen Policy may be pretty limited, it is a stable, effective application, and for Android 4.2 users tired of accidently activating the camera on their Jelly Bean phones, it's a must.
With Lockscreen Policy, disable widgets and/or camera access on the lockscreen under Android 4.2. It reduces the occurrence of glowing rectangle animations at edges when screen is turned on. To use run application, make selections and press activate, in the 'Activate device administrator' screen choose 'Activate', and turn off undesired features using the toggle switches. Make sure your lockscreen is enabled to see the results. Enabling Caveats will force the lockscreen to use a 'default fallback widget'. On Google builds, the default is the stock DeskClock digital clock widget.