Review: AutoProtect

When I put a passcode on my phone, it is for the reason that no one can access it other than me, but what if I’m in a friendly environment such as home, I don’t need a passcode at that time. So for this, a new tweak known as AutoProtect was released. AutoProtect automatically disables your  passcode when you are connected to a trusted WiFi network. All you have to do is head into the settings panel of the tweak and put in the name of the WiFi of your choice and hit the Home Button to save the changes.

Once that is done, you won’t be troubled by your passcode again when you are connected to that specific WiFi network (you can choose up to 5 networks as of now).

Check out AutoProtect in action below:

If you are interested in Autoprotect you can go ahead and download it for free from Cydia under the ModMyi repo.

Let me know what you guys think of AutoProtect in the comments section below.

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