Debugging Auto-lock

Auto-lock has always been a feature that works fantastically well for some people, and not so great for others. The main reason for this is signal quality, but it can easily seem like auto-lock doesn’t work.

I’d really recommend reading through Understanding MacID’s Proximity Features, if you haven’t already. That post goes into much more detail about how exactly Auto-lock and Proximity Wake work. Continue reading Debugging Auto-lock

Understanding MacID’s Proximity Features

MacID has two proximity features which you can choose whether you want to enable independently.

Auto-lock and Proximity Wake both work by monitoring your primary device’s signal, or “RSSI”.

RSSI is monitored in dBm, and is displayed as a negative figure. The closer the number is to 0, the stronger the signal. Continue reading Understanding MacID’s Proximity Features