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Do you put a passcode on your cellphone?
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37 / F / Portland, Oregon
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Posted 4/9/16
Not currently. Maybe I should, but I normally refrain from keeping anything too personal on my phone, and I try to allow for my children to have easy access (just in case) since I have a medical condition.
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Posted 4/9/16
Don't use any
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34 / M / Off the map.
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Posted 4/9/16
Yes and it's ridiculous for no reason.
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Posted 5/28/16
Yep pattern for me. If there are better and improved security for smartphone, I would take advantage of it.
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I don't have a cellphone. I've gone off the grid. You know how much line I had to lay to steal this internet connection?

I am the chief of a small tribe of little people known as children. My witch doctor makes most of the decisions, though.

My yard is a jungle... canine beasts prowl the wilds around my house, bringing destruction to all things in their path...though usually bags of garbage.

Occasionally, I make trips into town to buy supplies for my tribe. Sometimes my tribe comes with me.It's hard to teach them about the world, during these times.... like why they can't talk to the man petting the stuffed animal in his lap.

Occasionally, visitors come to our tribe. They journey through the treacherous hallway of dirty laundry, to visit our modest table for feasting. Often, they are shocked at how my tribe eats with their hands, often anything they get their hands on. I sometimes have to translate, so that my tribe can communicate with these foreigners we call family.

We manage.
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F / Colorado
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Posted 5/28/16
Nope - no password or pin. Nothing to hide.
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Posted 5/28/16
Yep a pattern that's pretty ridiculous lol and invisible I've locked myself outta my phone more than I care to admit
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25 / M / USA
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Posted 5/30/16
I use a finger print but I also have a 6 digit code protecting my phone as well. To be fair its my work phone so I need to keep sensitive information secure. I'd do the same on my personal phone too. I just like the privacy.
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M / United Kingdom
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Posted 5/30/16
I use a numeric pin
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Posted 5/30/16
yes, every phone ive used has asked you to put a passcode on it
Posted 5/30/16
No I'd just forget it anyway.
Posted 5/30/16
Nope
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Posted 5/31/16
most definitely, people these days would find it amazing if there was no phone lock on someones else's phone
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M / Nohr
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Posted 5/31/16
I used to have a pin until all these girls would steal my phone and guess it.. Somehow they always got it right.. Then one day I figured "hey, when I get hit by a car one day and a stranger has to call my parents, they'll be able to use my phone." Which is really stupid and would never happen but that's the excuse I use to not have a pin
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23 / F / Texas
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Posted 6/2/16 , edited 6/2/16

HolyDrumstick wrote:

I don't have a cellphone. I've gone off the grid. You know how much line I had to lay to steal this internet connection?

I am the chief of a small tribe of little people known as children. My witch doctor makes most of the decisions, though.

My yard is a jungle... canine beasts prowl the wilds around my house, bringing destruction to all things in their path...though usually bags of garbage.

Occasionally, I make trips into town to buy supplies for my tribe. Sometimes my tribe comes with me.It's hard to teach them about the world, during these times.... like why they can't talk to the man petting the stuffed animal in his lap.

Occasionally, visitors come to our tribe. They journey through the treacherous hallway of dirty laundry, to visit our modest table for feasting. Often, they are shocked at how my tribe eats with their hands, often anything they get their hands on. I sometimes have to translate, so that my tribe can communicate with these foreigners we call family.

We manage.


Thank you for this.




I hardly ever use a passcode. I'm just too lazy for all of that.
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