The screen is not fully locked in screen lock mode - ignore down swipe from top of screen
While riding in the rain, my (waterproof) phone is confused into thinking each rain drop is a tap. To workaround this I use screen lock mode so that all taps (rain drops) are simply ignored. When I enable automatic display on/off with navigation commands I can enjoy hands-free navigation even in the rain.
However even with screen lock enabled I have discovered it is still possible to swipe down the Android status/ notification panel. If a rain drop is misinterpreted as a down swipe then "all hell can break loose" with subsequent rain drops then being misinterpreted and causing all sorts of confusion, and not being able to recover phone operation. Not ideal while riding in the rain!!
There is a workaround - in Android 5 there is a new "screen pinning mode" which disables the down swipe, but it is tedious to enable this mode - many taps required. If it starts raining I would like to enable *full* screen lock as quickly as possible, with just a single tap of the Locus screen lock button. Would it be possible to enable "screen pinning mode" in conjunction with screen lock, or find a way to completely ignore a down swipe from the top of the screen?
As it stands, the screen is not fully locked in screen lock mode.