It's possible to access the features of the action centre on a windows phone without unlocking the device. Also, when you receive a notification, the phone screen turns on. A combination of those two factors means that when I get a notification while my phone is in my pocket, my pocket or body tends to press buttons in the action centre. There's quite a lot of "dangerous" buttons in the action centre, so I'll often take my phone out and find that the flashlight and airplane mode has been turned on. I'm worried that I miss an important messages messages because airplane mode has been turned on, and that people will think I'm mad for keeping a flashlight on in my pockets.
I've set a lock screen code which prevents unintended use past the action centre, but the action centre itself is more than I'd like to accidentally play with.
Does anyone else have this problem? How do you solve it? It would be great if you could prevent the screen from activating when a notification comes through, I don't know whether this is possible.