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Can someone make (or tell me if its not possible) the AOSP Pattern Lock to be used on stock or deodexed roms? i really dislike this part of the LGUI and hopefully someone out there can change it
 
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Can someone make (or tell me if its not possible) the AOSP Pattern Lock to be used on stock or deodexed roms? i really dislike this part of the LGUI and hopefully someone out there can change it
Im not sure but I think to get the aosp lockscreen you just have to delete the lg lockscreen. I don't think our lockscreen is that bad I just don't like the shortcuts.
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Im not sure but I think to get the aosp lockscreen you just have to delete the lg lockscreen. I don't think our lockscreen is that bad I just don't like the shortcuts.
Yeah, if you go in system/app and delete lgelockscreen.apk, you'll have the built-in AOSP lockscreen. It has this annoying ass grey bar at the bottom though that you can't get rid of. Also, you can download Mobint's holo lock screen from the market and paste that into system/app

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I had removed the grey bar and tweaked some variables back in December. It works on deodexed or odexed ROMS doesn't matter. It's made for unmodified stock ROMS (I was using with exposed mods ok). Just push the file below (framework-res.apk) to the system/framework directory, set permission, wipe dalvik & cache then reboot. You might want to rename your old one first just in case you have a problem or want to go back.

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I had removed the grey bar and tweaked some variables back in December. It works on deodexed or odexed ROMS doesn't matter. It's made for unmodified stock ROMS (I was using with exposed mods ok). Just push the file below (framework-res.apk) to the system/framework directory, set permission, wipe dalvik & cache then reboot. You might want to rename your old one first just in case you have a problem or want to go back.

Link: https://app.box.com/s/schzdo3nr9zwnsi70i76
Nice dude, thanks! That grey bar was annoying as ****, haha.

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I had removed the grey bar and tweaked some variables back in December. It works on deodexed or odexed ROMS doesn't matter. It's made for unmodified stock ROMS (I was using with exposed mods ok). Just push the file below (framework-res.apk) to the system/framework directory, set permission, wipe dalvik & cache then reboot. You might want to rename your old one first just in case you have a problem or want to go back.

Link: https://app.box.com/s/schzdo3nr9zwnsi70i76
how did you remove the annoying gray bar? I'm using L5 II
 
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Yeah, if you go in system/app and delete lgelockscreen.apk, you'll have the built-in AOSP lockscreen. It has this annoying ass grey bar at the bottom though that you can't get rid of. Also, you can download Mobint's holo lock screen from the market and paste that into system/app

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I had removed the grey bar and tweaked some variables back in December. It works on deodexed or odexed ROMS doesn't matter. It's made for unmodified stock ROMS (I was using with exposed mods ok). Just push the file below (framework-res.apk) to the system/framework directory, set permission, wipe dalvik & cache then reboot. You might want to rename your old one first just in case you have a problem or want to go back.

Link: https://app.box.com/s/schzdo3nr9zwnsi70i76
When I pasted this, my phone rebooted and wouldn't get past the sprint boot logo. I pasted this to framework. Did I do something wrong?

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When I pasted this, my phone rebooted and wouldn't get past the sprint boot logo. I pasted this to framework. Did I do something wrong?

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When I pasted this, my phone rebooted and wouldn't get past the sprint boot logo. I pasted this to framework. Did I do something wrong?

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Did you set the permissions correct? I just usually check other files in the same location and make them the same.
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