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How to turn off the screen lock on my BlackBerry Q10

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BlackBerry® Q10 (BlackBerry 10)

1. Swipe left to access more apps.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

2. Touch Settings.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

3. Scroll to and touch Security and Privacy.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

4. Touch Device Password.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

5. Touch the slider next to Device Password.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

6. Enter the password.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

7. Touch OK.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

8. The screen lock has been turned off.

You can remove any screen locks that you've set up; a password won't be required to unlock the BlackBerry Q10 from standby mode.

Last Updated:26/04/2013

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