What does a padlock icon mean?

The lock appears when your screen could lock, and an open lock appears when connected to a trusted device. I’m guessing if you turn the feature off altogether the icon will go away. Hope that helps.

Where is the unlock button on a BlackBerry phone?

Turn your phone on and lock the keypad by pressing and holding the ‘k’ button (Q10 only) or tapping the Lock button at the top of the BlackBerry. You can unlock your BlackBerry by pressing the Lock button at the top of your phone again.

What does the lock button mean?

The lock symbol signifies that the device has a display lock feature. If you quickly press the power button on the device while it is NOT connected to power, it will go to sleep. When you press the power button again, the screen will turn on and display a lock symbol. This is designed to prevent any accidental touches.

How do you lock and unlock a BlackBerry curve 8520 keypad?

Activate or deactivate key lock – BlackBerry 8520 Curve Press and hold the Key lock key until the keypad locked icon is displayed. You can answer an incoming call without unlocking the keys. To deactivate the key lock: Press Connect and the Key lock key in quick succession.

Why is there a lock symbol on my Android?

The key or lock icon is the Android symbol for VPN service. It will remain within the notification bar when Safe Browsing is enabled.

How do I get rid of the lock symbol on my Android?

While we recommend that you do use a lock screen, if you value ease of use over security, just follow these steps.

  1. Open Settings. You can find Settings in the app drawer or by tapping the cog icon in the bottom-right corner of the notification tray.
  2. Select Security.
  3. Tap “Screen lock”.
  4. Select None.

What does the yellow padlock mean?

You may see the yellow triangle and the lock icon in the address bar after SSL installation, that means website use non-secured third-party resources, like scripts or images. The only solution is to fix it. Replace all URLs with “HTTP://” to “HTTPS://” in your source code.