04-20-2010, 05:08 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
PIN: Not on my iPhone5
Carrier: iPhone5 on AT&T Mobility
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Search the forums... it's gone, apparently, for good. There is one company that claims to have solved the issue with a $5 utility... but all you need to do is add a password to your device, and then you can auto-lock it with native OS code - no add-ons required.
The only other option would be to downgrade your phone's OS back to a version that supported the old locking/standby features.
Downgrading is the same process as upgrading - except you use an older version of the OS. Uninstall the new version from your computer, install the old version, and follow the same steps you followed to get the upgrade installed on your phone.
Last edited by fonejunkie : 04-20-2010 at 05:09 PM.