Unlike other phones which use four digit PIN for lock, Google Android OS based phones use a pattern drawn out of 3 by 3 square for lock. It is very simple to hack into Verizon’s Motorola Droid phone ( running version 2.0.1 OS ) bypassing this pattern lock. This is not working in other Android phones – Verizon Droid Eris or Google’s Nexus One.
On Droid, select the “Back” icon during the incoming call and you can enter the “Home” screen without being asked for the unlock pattern. You now have full access to applications and data until the call ends or you select “Home” icon. So, anyone who knows your phone number and access to your physical phone can hack into. [ via ]