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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by aamirsiddiqui, Jun 25, 2011.
How to password protect apps in iPad2.
Any help would be appreciated.
Only those apps that are designed by their developers to incorporate password protection offer this capability. It is not possible to generally password-protect other apps - for example, it's not possible to password-protect any of Apple's iWorks suite of Office-compatible apps. It's not that no-one has so far written an app - it's technically not possible on a non-jailbroken iPad because of the restrictions imposted by the iPad's operating system iOS, which mandates that one app cannot directly control or influence another (for virus protection purposes). The only interaction that is allowed between apps is via iOS and that is limited and would not allow password protection.
If you jailbreak there is a tweak called locktopus which does exactly this, but I don't think you can jailbreak iPad 2 yet
Yes this is quite boring, the only way is to place a central password on the iPad screen, jailbreak could be an option but its early to jailbreak the unit and wonder if it's possible to do so
I reckon its too soon to jail break the new iPad and more so ever as you rightly mentioned if it's possible to do so
Hi need some help
I have been using cardscanner, business card scanner, is their a way to get the contacts to my ipad2 address book, if yes, how this is possible, as the cardscan online service would wind up at the end of this year and all subscribers have been advised to have the data which is online to save it on their systems