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[Q] How to get fully functional AOSP lockscreen?

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25th June 2014, 10:16 AM   |  #1  
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Hello there!

I'd like to get a fully functional AOSP lockscreen on my Z2. So far I've installed "GEM Xperia Xposed" and enabled "Enable AOSP lockscreen" in its settings.
While this does in fact work for me, I'd like to customize the unlock-ring in the lockscreen with shortcuts. Conveniently, GravityBox offers exactly such functionality. However, the settings I make in GravityBox are simply not reflected on my lockscreen.

At first I thought that GravityBox maybe doesn't work at all under the stock Sony ROM, but settings like "Maximize Widgets on lockscreen" DO work for me. So it seems that maybe the Xposed-hook for customizing the unlock-ring is not working under my ROM.

Does anyone know of a module or .apk that I can install to get a fully functional AOSP lockscreen?

Many thanks in advance!
25th June 2014, 12:30 PM   |  #2  
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Funny enough if you remove the lockscreen app it should load the aosp one from the framework

Not sure if it works on KK fws, i know it does in GB, ICS n JB for xperias

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25th June 2014, 04:54 PM   |  #3  
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Funny enough if you remove the lockscreen app it should load the aosp one from the framework

Not sure if it works on KK fws, i know it does in GB, ICS n JB for xperias

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To be honest, I would prefer not to remove any system applications, with the fear of locking myself somehow out of the phone. Isn't there some Xposed-module that can achieve this?
25th June 2014, 05:32 PM   |  #4  
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To be honest, I would prefer not to remove any system applications, with the fear of locking myself somehow out of the phone. Isn't there some Xposed-module that can achieve this?

Not that i know of, try looking for apps or even tutorials on how to do unless you already did

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