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Time:04:26 pm
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Subject:hello and a question
Hi :) I found this comm via a friend's suggestion - I upgraded to a Droid 3 about ten days ago, and I'm loving it so far. I do have a question, though, and I'm hoping someone here can help me out?

I use my phone to sync with my work email/calendar/etc, and when I got the phone I set it up using the default email app on there. My work has a lock policy, so I created a PIN, and now when my phone locks I have to input a PIN to unlock it and access my stuff.

This is all fairly standard, and no issues so far. But.

Not being thrilled with the default "Email" app, I downloaded TouchDown and configured that to use my work email. It's doing fine so far and I like some of its features, but it also required a PIN. So now I have a PIN when I unlock my phone and another PIN when I try to get into my email, and that seems ridiculous to me. I cleared the defaults on the 'Email' app, but does anyone know how I can get rid of this dual-PIN nonsense?

Thanks much!
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Time:12:35 pm
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Subject:Welcome...
...to the first community on Dreamwidth for Android users!

This is a casual community for people who love their G1 (and in the future, any other device that's operating Android). By "casual", I mean it's for everyday users - as opposed to the uber smart people who make things FOR the android. They are called Developers and they have my utmost admiration and respect. Developers are welcome to post here but please keep it simple so the rest of us know what you're talking about. Currently, there isn't an Android Developers community so if you're a developer, you should consider starting one!

Feel free to post anything here, as long as it has to do with Android! Talk about your favorite features, recommend apps (this is especially helpful when an app costs money), vent about its flaws, and meet other people who carry their G1 with them everywhere they go!

Hooray for Android!
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