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[How to] Enable particle and water effect and grid settings of 2014 edition

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Same to me..I use the Eric mod in leak firmware..only clock when I open lock screen widget.

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I don't know bro. I am using stock rom with Eric mod snote and I have this option.try to reflash the firmware.


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Info 2 More Lockscreen Options !! 😁

So after opening SQLite Editor and changing the lockscreen effect to 3, I decided to try more options, and it turns out there are options up to 7..
I'm gonna write which is which :
If you change it to 0, you get the original circle lockscreen.
If you change it to 1, you get the water ripple effect..
if you change it to 2, you get the lens flare effect.
If you change it to 3, you get the particle effect.
If you change it to 4, you get the N3 water effect.
If you change it to 5, you get an Xperia-like effect.
If you change it to 6, you get something like the circle lockscreen, but with a line.
If you change it to 7, you get something that's a mixture between original circle lock and ripple lockscreen.
And DONT GO after 7, you'll get a constant systemui FC, I had to find that out the hard way :P
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So after opening SQLite Editor and changing the lockscreen effect to 3, I decided to try more options, and it turns out there are options up to 7..
I'm gonna write which is which :
If you change it to 0, you get the original circle lockscreen.
If you change it to 1, you get the water ripple effect..
if you change it to 2, you get the lens flare effect.
If you change it to 3, you get the particle effect.
If you change it to 4, you get the N3 water effect.
If you change it to 5, you get an Xperia-like effect.
If you change it to 6, you get something like the circle lockscreen, but with a line.
If you change it to 7, you get something that's a mixture between original circle lock and ripple lockscreen.
And DONT GO after 7, you'll get a constant systemui FC, I had to find that out the hard way :P
Did you find a way to stick desired value after reboot?
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Did you find a way to stick desired value after reboot?
Actually i haven't noticed that untill you said so :$
My Devices:
Apple iPhone 5C
7.1.1 - Jailbroken

SONY Xperia Z2
4.4.2 - Rooted - DoomKernel
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 - 4.4.2 / Rooted
Samsung GALAXY Note 2 - DN3 2.1 "4.3" / Rooted
Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 - Sold
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S - Xperia Ultimate HD "4.0.4"

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