Auto-Hide Quick Settings Tiles

by Mishaal Rahman

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FREE
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3.64 (14 Ratings)
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An application to automatically hide selected quick settings tiles from the lock screen on any Android device.

Requires the WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS permission which can be granted either via a rooted shell or through an ADB command.

Version 4.0 on 07.31.2017

Stable

2.4 MB

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  • by railsonsanj on 10.13.2018
    It is crashing sometimes

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  • by ricky56789 on 06.06.2018
    Hides tiles but they stay hidden after unlocking on pixel 2

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  • by Vasu.821 on 02.15.2018
    After reboot everything is restored

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  • by Captain Stinky on 09.13.2017
    Works, and thanks to nthacks for the terminal permission code. Have to edit rating, it works while the app is open, but if you close the app or restart the settings are no longer applied, defeating the purpose.

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  • by majid.ilkhani.no1 on 08.06.2017
    SYSTEM UI CRASH ON STARTUP Luckily I'm running touchwiz so I could replace system ui with "good lock" and get passed the lock screen and disable the app For a moment I thought I should factory reset my device which is a nightmare If I didn't have twrp I was dead

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  • by mattwhite7102 on 11.01.2017
    Great app but you still need to optimise your app for phones

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  • by LionLorena on 05.05.2018
    It constantly keep the tiles hidden after unlocking the screen. Meaning it's failing to revert the hiding.

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  • by cameronkelley28 on 08.04.2017
    Working as intended on rooted international Galaxy S7 G930F.

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  • by The_tomorrow_person on 08.09.2017
    It kinda works but the tiles are still hidden after unlocking the phone

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  • by nthacks on 08.01.2017
    To grant the required permissions: Rooted user: Open terminal emulator, type su pm grant xda.hideqstiles android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS Non rooted user:(using ADB) adb pm grant xda.hideqstiles android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS

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