2010
03.26

Millilock

Millilock is a personal organizer that combines an encrypted password keeper, a notes app and an address book. Notes have a “done” flag allowing you to use them as “to-do”s if desired.  The address book includes several fields missing from the Motorola Contacts app including company name, street address, notes and two phone/email fields. Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be possible to make a phone call or sent a text message from the address book.

Millilock is supposed to be able to synchronize your information between the phone and a companion PC app.  I haven’t been able to get the synchronization to work.  I might be doing something wrong, but I suspect that the sync feature is incompatible with iDEN phones. The lack of  synchronization is a disappointment but not a surprise as none of the other password or notes apps I’ve tried on my i776 are able to synchronize either.  Even without synchronization Millilock is a useful app.

Type: Open Source
Author: Tony McNamara – Product Page, Blog, Manual
Data Connection Required: No
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Touch support: No
Reported Working On: LG Runor Reflex, Motorola i776
Reported Not Working On:

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

Download to your Phone

Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 1507

Download to your PC

JAD JAR ZIP

  1. Pls aprove my comment admins😟😱

  2. Do this app work in Nokia Asha 306

    • Maybe. No one has tried Millilock on the Asha 306 and left a comment saying if it worked or not.

  3. how to use millilock please teach me

    • Don’t bother, Millilock is very buggy. I could never get it to work reliably.

  4. How do u download the apps on the incongneto

    • Like it says above;
      Open this page in the phone browser and click the JAD link

  5. this guy needs to get his buttons straight!

  6. I prefer the Safe app over this! I can get in this app everytime its loaded. The Safe stops anyone wanting to even get into the app to look around. So, you have p/w’s within. Big deal,they can still load the app to look around. Why I prefer Safe! 🙂

  7. There ought to be an online server for the app itself. The company that made the program or someone who wanted one would have done so by now likely, so no need to run one yourself, more often than not.

    • There’s a server you can download from the author’s page. It’s a Windows executable so you would need a Windows server to host it. There’s no public server AFAIK.

  8. try this go into java menu goto wrench icon hold down function key 4 a 3 count type #*#159# then code all 0 then set program 2 fulltime. change auth to read write allways then c if u can use like reg add book. I’m useing a i465

  9. According to the manual:

    http://www.millilock.com/Manual/MilliLock_Manual.htm#_Toc168658263

    … sync is through http access or “server mode”; there does not seem to be a way to sync direct through a cable (alas… I miss my no-longer-supported Palm!). I’m not up to running a web server.

    Metro PCS offers contact sync between the phone and an online database for $1/month (added to your regular bill). I would DEFINITELY pay $1/month for this service from Boost!

  10. iDEN phones force you to ask the system to do things such as some streaming media, phone calls, messaging, etc. If your not certified or otherwise somehow special enough to be allowed, then your screwed. Thats why bluetooth connections and video dont work.

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