#109 Protect Your Phone & Mobile Devices with a Passcode

March 12, 2012

Today, more personal and confidential information is being stored on our phones and other mobile devices than ever before. Setting a passcode on your phone is one of the best ways to protect your information. All mobile devices connected to Penn Law email are required to have a passcode lock, so turn yours on today.

iPhone/iPad

From your Home screen, tap Settings > General > Passcode Lock > Turn Passcode On

Android

From the Home screen, tap Menu then tap Settings > Location & security > Set up screen lock > Pattern, Pin, or Password

Palm Pre

From the Launcher, tap Screen & Unlock > Secure Lock >Simple PIN or Password


For more information on using your mobile devices with our services, visit our Mobile Devices page.

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