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OK,
So my nexus 7 have been rooted and unrooted a lot of times, I know how the process works.
And I don't think my problem comes from there also.
Yesterday I unrooted the device , I flashed back the factory image, the latest one, all went well.
And today I changed the lock screen widget with another one, but I noticed one thing , the kitkat lock screen shortcut to access the camera was gone.
So I deleted the widget and got the stock clock back on he lockscreen hoping it would solve my problem, but it didn't.
So I did a factory reset, and still not there.
Since I had no chance with the method that I took I reflashed the factory image, and still not there.
Like you see in the picture there is no camera shorcut at the bottom of the lock screen like its supposed to on KitKat.
What should I do?


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I don't have a camera shortcut on my lock screen, and never did.

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I don't have a camera shortcut on my lock screen, and never did.

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But can you swipe left to access it on the lock screen?

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But can you swipe left to access it on the lock screen?

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There should be the option called lock screen widgets somewhere in he settings

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No.....
OK,
I guess I'm mistaking with my nexus 4 , where the left swipe to access camera is there.

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Yes. You can enable lock screen widgets in the security settings. It's not going to automatically add a camera widget though.

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There is no camera lockscreen widget on the stock Nexus 7 2013 rom and there never was.

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