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[ROM] AOKP 4.4.4 (Kitkat) Task650 (9.10.2014) (Unified)

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18th February 2013, 02:37 PM |#23191  
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Sorry if this has been asked before but quick question - Is there a way to remove the camera panel from the lockscreen? Thanks in advance.

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18th February 2013, 03:47 PM |#23193  
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Members if you have an issue why not just provide a logcat, or better yet since this is a Development Forum, if you have issues why not do some development of your own...and the logcat would not just be for the OP, for others that are here for some true development they can take your logcat and see what they can do, so many just come to the threads looking to see what they can flash, and do not do any development, well ok fine I say you do that and just move on if you have issues that you do not want to learn from and fix on your own.
Posting what you believe is an issue or not will not get it fixed in the manner you want it, as if it could very well not be an issue for the OP/RD.
Since all of our devices work differently due to the individual, again find your solution to your issue and then making a valid post as to: My issue was XXXXX, and I did this XXXXX to resolve it, so if others have that issue they can see and possibly benefit from it, not "hey have this issue will or you need to fix it..."

Thread Cleaned and I hope there is some understanding here, Thank You.
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Members if you have an issue why not just provide a logcat, or better yet since this is a Development Forum, if you have issues why not do some development of your own...and the logcat would not just be for the OP, for others that are here for some true development they can take your logcat and see what they can do, so many just come to the threads looking to see what they can flash, and do not do any development, well ok fine I say you do that and just move on if you have issues that you do not want to learn from and fix on your own.
Posting what you believe is an issue or not will not get it fixed in the manner you want it, as if it could very well not be an issue for the OP/RD.
Since all of our devices work differently due to the individual, again find your solution to your issue and then making a valid post as to: My issue was XXXXX, and I did this XXXXX to resolve it, so if others have that issue they can see and possibly benefit from it, not "hey have this issue will or you need to fix it..."

Thread Cleaned and I hope there is some understanding here, Thank You.

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On that note. Good morning guys.
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Sorry if this has been asked before but quick question - Is there a way to remove the camera panel from the lockscreen? Thanks in advance.

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Nope

There is a way to do this. And it works exactly as described.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...eadminkeyguard
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Aaaaaaactually, there is. And it works exactly as described.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...eadminkeyguard

That's an app. Not an option in this rom. You should be replying to the user that was asking. Not me.
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That's an app. Not an option in this rom. You should be replying to the user that was asking. Not me.

You're right, I edited my post.

That being said, perhaps you could look into making this an option on your ROM? Google's implementation of the camera and widget access was kinda... meh. It'd be nice to have some additional customization for the lockscreen baked in without downloading another app.
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4.2.2 release is uber fast for me. I recommend this ROM to everyone I know with this phone. It also keeps from upgrading to the likes of Xperia 2.

Is CPU-Sleeper-like process included in this ROM? It shuts down one core unless it needs to be used and saves me a lot of battery hours. I go 2.5 days without the need to recharge with moderate usage.
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You're right, I edited my post.

That being said, perhaps you could look into making this an option on your ROM? Google's implementation of the camera and widget access was kinda... meh. It'd be nice to have some additional customization for the lockscreen baked in without downloading another app.

One of the biggest part of android is being able to download a ton of apps. I still haven't figured out why people don't want to download an app to have more functionality or a feature that they want. It's the same thing as building it into a ROM most of the time. Gmail is an app, Rom Control is an app (Framework stuff needed for this one though), and the list goes on.
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