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Vanilla 2.2 Lockscreen with vibrate on new Leaked OTA 2.2 ROM

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28th July 2010, 11:06 AM   |  #1  
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I have the new 2.2 ROM Leak installed on my phone atm, and I want to use the Froyo Vanilla Lock screen, where it has the unlock as well as the vibrate bars. I know that they have a 2.1 vanilla lock screen, but this is set to put the phone on silent, not vibrate. I was wondering how I could get a hold of the 2.2 vanilla lock screen. is it just an .apk that i could extract from cyanogen mod 6 from kouch? or is it more complicated than that?


any help would be great. thanks in advance
28th July 2010, 11:14 AM   |  #2  
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Just remove or rename /system/app/HtcLockScreen.apk and /system/app/HtcLockScreen.odex in recovery. Make sure your system partition is mounted first. If you do this, you will not be able to use the alarms until you get a vanilla Desk Clock installed.

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28th July 2010, 11:17 AM   |  #3  
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k ill give it a try. but with the 2.1 stock ROM when this was done it would show the vanilla lock screen, but it was really messed up. will update when i complete this
28th July 2010, 11:37 AM   |  #4  
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so i removed the .apk and it does work, but it still only has the option to either unlock the phone, or switch between silent and normal. is there a way to switch it to vibrate instead? and how would i get a vanilla Desk Clock onto it?

Edit: the Vanilla Desk Clock is actually there, no need to install anything extra. so all i am looking to change is the bar that switches between silent and normal to vibrate and normal

Edit Edit: Wow i feel like a noob. it works right out of the box this way. i was looking at the symbol and reading the text saying "sound is off" thinking it went straight to silent. but alas, it puts it on vibrate, so just uninstalling HtcLockScreen.apk and HtcLockScreen.odex works, as well as it shows the vanilla clock, whether or not the alarm clock works i dont know, as i dont use it as one.

feel free to delete this whole thread if you want, as i am a noob and was not paying attention to what was in front of me. thank you for the quick response though
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28th July 2010, 05:02 PM   |  #5  
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...just uninstalling HtcLockScreen.apk and HtcLockScreen.odex works, as well as it shows the vanilla clock, whether or not the alarm clock works i dont know, as i dont use it as one...

While the vanilla lock screen works fine after removing those two files, the alarms are still messed up. The problem isn't that the alarm won't sound when set from the HTC clock app anymore (it does). The problem is that you cannot shut it off without also having the HTC Lock Screen, and it will just keep sounding until you reboot.

If you install a vanilla clock, than even with the vanilla lock screen you can have an alarm set that will correctly prompt you to dismiss or snooze when it sounds.

I am actually having some trouble finding the best/correct DeskClock.apk for us, as the first I found didn't even show up in the app drawer (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=715208) and the second one I found, which works for alarms, has some messed up characters displaying below the time and the music button will cause a FC (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=697491).

Could anyone who knows which is the most current and functional DeskClock.apk please link to it or perhaps even attach a copy?
28th July 2010, 05:03 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by Twisted politiks

so i removed the .apk and it does work, but it still only has the option to either unlock the phone, or switch between silent and normal. is there a way to switch it to vibrate instead? and how would i get a vanilla Desk Clock onto it?

Edit: the Vanilla Desk Clock is actually there, no need to install anything extra. so all i am looking to change is the bar that switches between silent and normal to vibrate and normal

Edit Edit: Wow i feel like a noob. it works right out of the box this way. i was looking at the symbol and reading the text saying "sound is off" thinking it went straight to silent. but alas, it puts it on vibrate, so just uninstalling HtcLockScreen.apk and HtcLockScreen.odex works, as well as it shows the vanilla clock, whether or not the alarm clock works i dont know, as i dont use it as one.

feel free to delete this whole thread if you want, as i am a noob and was not paying attention to what was in front of me. thank you for the quick response though

You're telling me when you remove those apk's you get the Vanilla lock screen??

Can you post screenshots.
28th July 2010, 05:09 PM   |  #7  
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I can confirm this.
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You're telling me when you remove those apk's you get the Vanilla lock screen??

Can you post screenshots.

I can confirm it works.

Slide right to unlock, slide left turns on vibrate or turns sound back on.

i wish we could get the 2.0 lockscreen, that was the best! The dial lockscreen rocked.
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Originally Posted by Twisted politiks

I have the new 2.2 ROM Leak installed on my phone atm, and I want to use the Froyo Vanilla Lock screen, where it has the unlock as well as the vibrate bars. I know that they have a 2.1 vanilla lock screen, but this is set to put the phone on silent, not vibrate. I was wondering how I could get a hold of the 2.2 vanilla lock screen. is it just an .apk that i could extract from cyanogen mod 6 from kouch? or is it more complicated than that?

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