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[q] need help in removing the default lockscreen

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15th April 2014, 11:59 PM   |  #1  
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NEED HELP IN REMOVING THE DEFAULT LOCKSCREEN

I was thinking If we could Remove the default scroll LockScreen and prot the Xperia one
16th April 2014, 10:08 PM   |  #2  
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Thumbs up Yes, you can remove the default lockscreen
The default loackscreen you talk about is none other than the keyguard of the navi launcher. Yes, I do agree that it is quite a bit irritating to always swipe up every time you unlock your screen.
To remove this, the fix is simple:
1. You need to first root your device.
2. Open build.prop from /system [Use Root explorer app from the play store]
3. Search for navi keyguard support in the following lines, and change that particular value from 1 to 0.
You will now have Android's default lockscreen on your e7. Cheers.

Oh, and if you want to take it a step further and delete the keyguard, you can do so, with Titanium Backup.
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17th April 2014, 08:53 AM   |  #3  
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Hi that was awesome finally got rid of that ****ty lock screen.
Is there something similar to tweak and get rid of that awful answer call swipe down also ?
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Hi that was awesome finally got rid of that ****ty lock screen.
Is there something similar to tweak and get rid of that awful answer call swipe down also ?

I was able to remove the lockscreen but the problem is I didn't dint find any entry of navi lock with value 0 or 1. all values are with "yes".
Can u please share the exact line that helped you??
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I was able to remove the lockscreen but the problem is I didn't dint find any entry of navi lock with value 0 or 1. all values are with "yes".
Can u please share the exact line that helped you??

I guess You can put yes to no
13th June 2014, 01:01 PM   |  #6  
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I guess You can put yes to no

just simple use titanium backup and search for Navi keyguard and just freeze it, you are done
14th June 2014, 11:48 AM   |  #7  
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just simple use titanium backup and search for Navi keyguard and just freeze it, you are done

I have made changes in build.prop file to remove default lock screen, but now the phone is not booting up !!
Plzz help !!
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Originally Posted by 1995ad

The default loackscreen you talk about is none other than the keyguard of the navi launcher. Yes, I do agree that it is quite a bit irritating to always swipe up every time you unlock your screen.
To remove this, the fix is simple:
1. You need to first root your device.
2. Open build.prop from /system [Use Root explorer app from the play store]
3. Search for navi keyguard support in the following lines, and change that particular value from 1 to 0.
You will now have Android's default lockscreen on your e7. Cheers.

Oh, and if you want to take it a step further and delete the keyguard, you can do so, with Titanium Backup.

Hi There.I have an S5.5 .i have been struggling to remove the default lockscreen and set it to "None" , i followed your steps .accessed buildprop and got these 2 lines .

#ro.gn.navi.keygaurd.app.support=no
ro.gn.navi.keyg.app.support=no

Changed both of them to "Yes" saved buildprop and rebooted phone but no change . Please help if I am doing something wrong .

Also , will this be ok if I uninstall Navi Keygaurd APP from Titanium Backup as I dont have the donate version to freeze it .Will this cause any issue''s with my phone .?
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25th July 2014, 01:38 PM   |  #9  
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I have made changes to navi keyguard. i have set it to yes. now my phone is not booting up. i think somebody also has this problem. please help me. my phone's not working anymore.

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Hey what did you do to get your phone booting again? Mine's stuck at the Elife logo!
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