LegolasX, May 22, 2019 : and what will your legitimate user do if the device freezes and refuse to respond? wait for battery to die or run to service center where nobody is its legitimate user? what if the user have very important calls to make and the device froze? there is a reason where all phones with sealed battery must have a fail-safe to reboot the device. do you think all other companies are fools to never think of this or you think thieves are too dumb? what makes you think Android devices are secure to that level which makes it impossible to break in? also this has been discussed hundreds of times. no point discussing again and again. Answer me this: you just bought a new house and now are in market for a safe. You have two options: 1. buy the safe from companies who makes and sells safe professionally.and have years and years of expertise on the matter. 2.ask the company for a safe you bought your house from who only buys and sell houses. they have absolutely no experience and any idea about the safe. whom will you chose?