One of the many things, which must be done by you immediately after buying the the new Android device, is to display ownership information on the lock screen of your Android device. The purpose of the owner’s info it to show and remind the person, unlocking the device, that this device is owned by the writer. If the device is lost by accident, the owner info may help the person, finding the device, to contact the owner and to inform the owner about the where about of the device.

You may write the owner info, easily, but if you feel any problem, you may get help from the instructions.


Command Line: Settings – HOME > Security – PERSONAL > Owner info.

1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device to open up the ‘Settings’ screen. KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-12: Scroll down to the PERSONAL section and tap ‘Security’.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-23: At the ‘Security’ screen, tap the ‘Owner info’.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-34: At the ‘Owner info’ screen, see the ‘Show owner info on lock screen’ is not checked, i.e. disabled.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-45: Tap the ‘Show owner info on lock screen’ to check and enable. Immediately after checking the ‘Show owner ………………. ‘, the whole screen is enabled to be edited and changed.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-56: Tap the blank place and write the owner info with the help of the keyboard appearing at the bottom of the screen.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-6

KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-77: Now, lock the screen of your Android device and open the lock screen again. See the information about the owner is there on the lock screen.KitKat-LockScreen-OwnerInfo-8That’s all!

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