Secure Settings is a complex Tasker/Locale plugin for rooted and non-rooted security conscious users alike. Version 1.3.5 of the app has gone stable, bringing with it a beefy changelog that should help the software play nicely with modern devices and give older handsets new perks as well.

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On the list, we have fixes for Android 5.0 compatibility issues, a fingerprint lock toggle for the Galaxy S5, and new or updated Samsung-specific modes (Multi Window, S Beam, etc) on the company's myriad of devices. As for changes that affect everyone, regardless of the age of their hardware (assuming it's at least running Android 2.2), there's a small monitoring service that listens in the background for settings updates and a Wi-Fi toggle. People can also use certain settings as conditions and output state to Tasker variables.

Continuing on, we see the ability to set pattern lock as a monitored action (Xposed Pattern Lock), and an expanded desktop style for custom ROMs running Android 4.4 or higher.

What's new:

  • Latest: Fix for license key activation issues
  • Android 5.0 fixes
  • New features:
    • Setting State/Secure Settings Monitoring
    • Device Setting action
    • WiFi toggle
    • Development Settings toggle
    • Xposed Pattern Lock
    • Expanded Desktop Style
    • Fingerprint Lock Toggle [S5]
    • New/updated Samsung Modes

To really get a look at things, use the widget below to download the app or view the full changelog at the link underneath.

Source: Changelog