With the continuous advancement of modern smart phones, the price of devices is also increasing at an alarming rate. As a result, to help customers, many major smartphone manufacturers, such as apple and Samsung, offer credit facilities to help them pay in monthly instalments. However, for any emergency, if you can’t pay the installment, your credit provider may lock in some important features of your device. To help them do that, Google has launched an app specifically for banks or loan officers. < / P > < p > after locking the device, users will be able to access very limited functions in the smartphone. These features include emergency calls, incoming and selected outgoing calls, settings, and backup and recovery services. < / P > < p > now, surprisingly, when you search the & quot; device lock controller & quot; app on the Google play store, it doesn’t appear, and it doesn’t appear in the list of apps Google makes. As a result, XDA executives contacted Google for clarification. < / P > < p > according to Google, the app was developed in collaboration with Safaricom, a Kenyan operator. A Google spokesman told XDA that the app was developed to help Safaricom launch a new & quot; LiPA mdogo mdogo & quot; (pay by bit) financing plan that allows customers to get an Android go device through monthly financing. However, Safaricom will use the Google App lock-in device if the customer fails to pay the instalments four days after the due date. This is a way to use brute force to get users to pay on time. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen