I have the keyguard unlock with ok button, but my sister have the exact same phone and hers uses ok then CLR button to unlock. I dont have an option of that! the only difference in the phones is mine is black and hers is maroon. How can i set mine to make it press ok THEN clear, instead of just ok???
Re: how to get OK-CLR sequence to unlock keyguard??
I have a black one too, but I was able to set both the OK and CLR buttons to unlock it. If you go into the settings on the front keypad, go down to keyguard settings, then unlock options, you should be able to choose Two Step Unlock. That will enable you to hit OK then CLR to unlock.
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Make sure that the keys are actually locked. If you
attempt to unlock a keypad that is not locked, nothing will happen. Look
on the phone's screen for the key icon that indicates the keypad is
locked. If you try to press any of the keys and the word "Unlock"
appears on the screen, your keypad is definitely locked. If you do not
see the indicator but are unable to use the keypad of your Nokia 6085,
your battery could be dead, so try recharging it and then see if the
Enter the unlock sequence. If the key indicator
appears on your screen, you need to enter a simple sequence of keys to
get the keypad working again. For the Nokia 6085, select Unlock and then
quickly press the * key. If you wait more than 1.5 seconds to press the
* key after selecting Unlock, it will not unfreeze the keys so make
sure you enter the sequence very quickly.
Turn off the automatic keyguard. If you are tired of
having to unfreeze the keys every time you want to make a call, you can
program the Nokia 6085 to always remain unlocked. In the menu, go to
Settings, then select Phone, then select Automatic Keyguard and choose
Messages & Display Issues: The display on my phone reads "Locked" or "Keyguard"
If you see the word "Keyguard" on the display of your Kyocera phone, you may have activated the keyguard feature. Press button below "Keyguard," then press 123 or the "OK" key to unlock the Keyguard feature. The phone will display "Keyguard Disabled."
Some Kyocera phones also have the phone lock feature available. If the phone lock was activated, the default lock code is 0-0-0-0 (4 zeros). When your handset is programmed with a mobile number by your Mobile Service Provider, the default lock code will change to the last 4-digits of your mobile number. To change your handset lock code, you must go to the Security menu, then select Menu > Settings > Security > Current 4-digit lock code.
On the front keypad, press the ok button until you have the option to select contact list. Scroll down that list until you see keyguard settings. Press ok to enter keyguard settings and then go to option 2 - unlock options. Select two step unlock. This will force the user to press "ok" and then "clr" in order to dial out. This has resolved the problem for me...Good luck.
When your phone is closed, hit OK for the menu, then hit 6 for Keyguard Settings. There, you can not only change the time it takes for the keyguard to automatically go on, but ALSO change the keyguard unlock options from One Step Unlock (just hitting ok) to Two Step Unlock (hitting ok then clr). It's not a 4 digit code, but it's a lot better than just hitting ok, and much more time efficient than locking your phone every time you put it in your pocket.
I just called Verizon about the keyguard being too easy to unlock and they were clueless. But here's a solution: As above, using the OUTSIDE keypad, click OK, go down to keyguard settings (number 6), then hit unlock options (number 2). This gives you the option of using a one step unlock process (hitting the OK key) or a two step (hitting the OK then the Clear). I think it is still too easy to accidently answer the phone but at least this will cut down on the dialing.