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By bobfrantic, Senior Member on 6th February 2014, 06:34 PM
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Hi.. I miss having seconds on the clock of my lock screen. Had that long time ago with my Omnia I8000. I have googled my computer to close to death LOL. Also searched several forums. So I come here wondering if any modders or themers may know of a tutorial how to do this. Thanks in advance.
 
 
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You should ask @BOOTMGR.

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just did LOL...
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This can be done by using xposed module. Download the module XuiMod, it has the option to enable seconds in clock. Here is the screenshot
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This can be done by using xposed module. Download the module XuiMod, it has the option to enable seconds in clock. Here is the screenshot

I have seconds in my task bar but want it on lockscreen. Look in this section on how to mod the systemui to add seconds. Thanks anyways.

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A little progress...
Well, I have made a little progress, on my own. Seems this has stumped everyone so far... But I have made some additional code to framework-res/res/layout-hdpi/keyguard_circlelock_clockwidget.xml and now have the ":" colon needed to separate the minutes from seconds but the seconds aren't showing. (see attached) What I think is needed next is some editing and adding of code to the ClockWidget$Clock.smali that is in android.policy.jar in order for seconds to show up on the lockscreen. Still wearing google out looking for answers...

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