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I want to enter ICE numbers that can be seen from the lock screen of my iPhone. Any solutions?

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ICE numbers (In Case of Emergency) help first responders make important phone calls on your behalf in the event of an emergency. Typically these are stored as ICE numbers in your contacts, however, your contacts can't be accessed from a lock screen if you have set a password to get into your phone. Any wonderful solutions? I have developed one solution that works: I entered my ICE information into "Notes", and then took a screen shot of the information. Then I mailed it to myself and saved it in my camera roll. Once I selected the "photo" of my ICE information, I saved this as my lock screen photo. Now when anyone turns on my phone, they see my ICE numbers and they do not have access to any other parts of my phone.

iPhone 4S, iOS 6.1.4


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