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2nd April 2012, 03:48 AM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone. Right now I'm using the 'Samsung ICS' lock screen on Jugs 5.0. Right now it is transparent which I love, because now I finally don't need a lock screen replacement to have widgets. Everything is visible thru the LS.

One annoyance though, The time and date are visible. Is there anyone that can mod this so the Time and Date are gone?

Here is what it looks like right now:

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how did you make your lock screen invisible?
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Originally Posted by Rudyraza

how did you make your lock screen invisible?

Go to settings display screen display, lockscreen. Set a wallpaper from the wallpaper gallery then reboot into recovery advanced, fix permissions, and your lockscreen should be transparent. At least on Juggernaut.

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I just wanted to add that those instructions work on any ROM not just juggernaut.

As for removing the clock and date, one possibility would be to find the png images in framework-res or system ui (I'm not sure which one holds the lockscreen clock images) and replace them with transparent images? Just a thought. Although it may be difficult to match the transparency of the lockscreen exactly. It may take some trial and error.
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what launcher are you using?
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That, there, be Go Launcher!
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Was missing the transparent lock screen I had when running BeastMOD, thanks for the tip.

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I'm with you though, would like it to be completely transparent (no time and date)
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You have to modify your framework.apk you will find all the numbers for the clock there. Just replace them with a transparent image and you will not see the clock. I left the date on mine because I like to quick check what the date is!

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Could somebody upload a modded version of the framework apk? I don't know how to do it myself yet, and i'd rather not mess with something that I don't know how to do.
Thank you in advance.
Claude

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