Samsung tog bort funktionen att kunna svara på SMS utan att låsa upp skärmen. Nu kan man starta funktionen om man vill ha det. "Setting up ADB First, download the ADB binary straight from Google for your particular OS and extract it to a separate directory on your computer. Next, install the proper driver for your particular phone. Then, enable “USB Debugging” in Settings –> Developer Options. If you don’t see Developer Options, then you will need to enable it by going to Settings –> About Phone then tapping on Build number 7 times. Finally, ensure that ADB is working by starting a command prompt in the same directory as the ADB binary (right-click –> “open command prompt here”) and run the following command: adb devices If you see your device’s serial number (and it doesn’t say unauthorized), you’re golden. If you see a pop-up on your phone asking you to grant your computer ADB access, then say yes. If you don’t see either happen, then try rebooting your computer/phone and re-plugging it into your computer. Otherwise, try re-installing the driver. Send the ADB Command Once you’ve confirmed ADB access is working, open up a command prompt and enter the following command: adb shell settings put secure lock_screen_allow_remote_input 1 This setting change should take affect immediately without needing a reboot, at least it did for me. You should now be able to reply to notifications from your lock screen, provided the app supports it. Apps like Telegram and Hangouts support the notification quick reply, as well as most modern text messaging clients, so give this a shot!"