How to use an encrypted smart phone without a password

First smart phones have a built-in keypad, but a lot of people use a keyboard instead.

But in order to use one of these devices without a login, you need to have a way to encrypt it.

Here’s how.

Smart phones aren’t new, but it’s been years since they have an actual keyboard.

When we asked a few people who have used a smart phone how they would encrypt their phone, the most common answer was to install a keypad or lock screen.

We also asked people what the best way to get around the encryption is.

Some people said to just go with the defaults and just put a password on your phone.

Others said to make sure you have the latest version of Android and to get an extra security patch.

But there are plenty of alternatives.

If you’re using an unlocked smart phone, you can still have a password protected version of the device, but you can also set it up with a lock screen or a fingerprint reader.

The good news is that most smart phones will encrypt your phone in two ways: a password-based encryption or the default one.

To make the encryption work, you’ll need to install the security patch or a security app on your device.

For Android, you get the latest Android security patches at the time of writing.

If your phone is unlocked, you may also have to install an app on the device that will automatically encrypt your device in the background, so you can’t access it by going to the lock screen with your phone’s screen off.