Can I protect some Android apps with a simple unlock pattern, but the rest with a strong password?

I have a low-end Android 9 tablet that I’ve linked to my Google account. For convenience, I’d love to keep the security really low–like a simple pattern or PIN, or even swipe. >95% of what I’d do on that tablet is low-security, like a Bible app or driving directions or games or even photos. But I wouldn’t want a thief to be able to access Google Docs or a home security system app, or to be able to install more apps with a simple PIN.

To me, it seems like a simple and secure solution would be to allow users to turn on a feature to configure “low-security” apps–ones which can be unlocked with a convenient unlock method like a simple pattern or PIN or fingerprint, or just a swipe. But all other apps would require a more secure method, like a password. The “pinned screen” feature is pretty close to what I’m looking for, but not quite.

Does anyone know if this is possible in Android settings, or using some app? Or whether it may be considered for a future Android release?

Can’t unlock home folder; Encryption password no longer works

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/jPWkF.jpg) I’ve been using Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS on my HP ProBook 470 G3 for about 2 years now with my home folder encrypted and my password now suddenly doesn’t work anymore.

I didn’t perform any upgrades or do anything different and the passphrase is a very simple one that I’m 100% sure of. I’m in a live cd environment now and still can’t access the home folder (pic related).

Is there anything I can do to resolve this? I read some other answers where people had issues with their keyboard layout but that doesn’t seem to apply to me. Let me know if there’s anymore information you need. Thanks.

18.04 Rotation on Unlock

I recently downgraded to 18.04 and I’ve encountered a problem I’ve never had with any other Linux version or distros. Every time I unlock my computer, the screen is rotated. The only way to un-rotate it is xrandr -o normal. I don’t have any screen rotation options in the upper-right menu or Tweaks. There is an option in Settings and it’s always set to landscape by default. No options to disable auto-rotate. I have a Lenovo Yoga 720.

Here is what I have tried:
– disabled location services
– I removed disabled and removed iio-sensor-proxy
– I get this back, /lib/udev/rules.d/80-iio-sensor-proxy.rules as one of the results from apt-file list iio-sensor-proxy but don’t have a file in that directory. 80-debian-compat.rules, 80-drivers.rules, 80-ifupdown.rules, 80-libinput-device-groups.rules, 80-mm-candidate.rules, 80-net-setup-link.rules and 80-udisks2.rules
gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.orientation active false doesn’t do anything.

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Cinnamon panel disappears after unlock if I have watched a video

I use cinnamon desctop in ubuntu, and have some trouble for a long time, and I found nothing in internet to solve that. So, if i open some video in any player (vlc or smplayer), and no matter even i closed the video, and if the screen locked, after unlock the panel disappear. The only thing i do is to relog to the system. But is there really no solution of the problrm? I’ll be very grateful for any help! But just please, don’t say me to change environment, i like to work in it, in spite of some bugs.)) Maybe there is a solution with configure some files, or install cinnamon from the “right repository”? Thanks to everyone for any help!

Unlock Bootloader from EDL mode via MSMDownloadTool

Problem

I’d like to know the proper process of “hacking” emmc_appsboot.mbn in order to flash already an unlocked bootloader from start. I didn’t want to ask for a file from an already unlocked phone because I’m interested in the process and how it works.

What I did

I tried myself editing with a hex editor the line after ANDROID BOOT! and changed the hex from 00 to 01 but the phone was perfectly bricked 😀 and I had to spend some times with the drivers (Qualcomm 9008) and learning how to put it in EDL mode with the phone not even fastbooting, afterwards I was able to “msmdownload” it again reflashing everything. I can now in fastboot and recovery.

I also tried replacing the recovery, with twrp, and actually it failed when going to recovery because of the md5 checksum.

I hex-edited both md5.img and md5sum.md5 files replacing the md5 of recovery.img with the one of twrp (renamed recovery.img of course) but still, it failed nonetheless the md5 checksum.

I suppose there is some other file where these hash’s are stored and are checked during boot.

Is it safe to assume that emmc_appsboot.mbn as well is checksumed and if it fails it doesn’t load at all?

What’s the correct process in:

1) Editing emmc_appsboot.mbn in order to unlock the bootloader

2) Making the system actually boot and work after we edited those files (probably security checks / hash’s are involved).

IMPORTANT: Please do not suggest “how to unlock the bootloader” with usb-debugging etc, the well known methods that are well known, kindly

Reference : You can download here the MSMDownloadTool with all the ROM / OP3 related files.