By Ravs


2011-11-27 18:56:39 8 Comments

Possible Duplicate:
Logout from Gmail on my device

I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace running Android 2.3.3. Is it possible to force Gmail or any google related apps to request my password everytime I open them?

I don't like how Android syncs with my account and the only way I can protect my phone is by setting up a screen pattern lock or pin, if I wanted to show my phone to people I can't without them able to fiddle around through my emails once its unlocked or if I leave it lying around before it locks.

IOS has something like that on iTunes or App Store where you always have to put in your password.

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@ale 2011-11-27 23:08:06

It doesn't look like you can do anything natively except disconnect the account you're syncing with every time you're done checking your mail.

However, there are a number of app protect apps out there that let you put passwords on particular apps for just such a purpose.

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