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    Default Trusted devices? Wifi?

    I thought I read somewhere that the moto x had trusted Wifi as well as trusted bluetooth,
    Did I hear wrong? I can't find trusted Wifi anywhere on the phone.

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    I haven't heard anything about it. I've been using Tasker for this for years, but if the Moto X had it built in I would certainly give it a shot.

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    Default Re: Trusted devices? Wifi?

    It currently doesn't support wifi, just bluetooth. At present, you'd have to use tasker or an app such as Skiplock for that functionality.
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    Default Re: Trusted devices? Wifi?

    Quote Originally Posted by K_Daddy View Post
    I thought I read somewhere that the moto x had trusted Wifi as well as trusted bluetooth,
    Did I hear wrong? I can't find trusted Wifi anywhere on the phone.

    Posted via My Note 2
    You heard wrong. Out of the box, only Trusted Bluetooth is supported right now.
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    Default Re: Trusted devices? Wifi?

    As others have mentioned, there's no built-in Trusted Wifi devices. However, I've been using SkipLock and have found it to be very convenient.
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    Default Re: Trusted devices? Wifi?

    Llama also does a great job of keeping my PIN off when I'm at home connected to my wifi.

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