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[Q] Modification of Lockscreen Orientation in Android 2.3.6

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Sign [Q] Modification of Lockscreen Orientation in Android 2.3.6

For a project I am modding a Samsung Galaxy mini plus (GT-S5570i) and I want to change the orientation of the lockscreen to be always horizontal. I know that there are multiple apps that can lock it to horizontal. The problem is that after booting and before launcher comes up, the lockscreen is shown for a while and all apps will be activated afterwards. Therefore, I always see the lockscreen in the portrait mode within this period.
I had modified the xml layout of the framework-res.apk and succeeded to change the text inside lockscreen (changing the "swipe to unlock") but changing the layout into horizontal does not work.
Also because it is android 2.3.6 it is not possible to completely disable the lockscreen.
I want to know what and how to modify the framework to make the lockscreen be always horizontal.
 
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Default Does themer clash with launcher

Does themer clash with the launcher and is it low on resources?
 
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Does themer clash with the launcher and is it low on resources?
The system is not low on resources.
What do you mean by clash with launcher?
 
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The system is not low on resources.
What do you mean by clash with launcher?
I meant that "does themer take a lot of ram"

When I use themer with nova launcher it just gets slow like hell
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