Pebble Locker the third party Android application created by Luke Korth has received a new update this week which has brought with it support for devices running Googles new Android Wear operating system.
The Pebble Locker application has been created to make use of the device admin API to control your smartphone’s lock screen. Allowing you to use your Android smartphone and now Android Wear devices without the need to disable your phone lock screen when the your selected Bluetooth device is within range.
The Pebble Locker app is also capable of using your wireless networks to carry out the unlock procedure on your smartphone, re-locking your smartphone when you walk away from it. Causing your Pebble, other bluetooth devices or wifi networks to disconnect.
But remember the Pebble Locker app only supports Bluetooth and Android Wear devices that maintain a constant connection to your smartphone and are revealed in your list of paired devices. It does not currently support Bluetooth low energy devices such as Fitbits or similar.
For more information on the new update and to download the latest version of the Pebble Locker app jump over to the Google Play Store website for details
Source: Android Central
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