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[MOD][TouchWiz] Disable Samsung MissedEvent Widget

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2nd March 2014, 05:24 PM   |  #1  
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Disable Samsung MissedEvent Widget
*This module is meant for Samsung TouchWiz ROMs

This module disables the Samsung stock widget for missed calls/sms that shows in lockscreen.

It has been tested on Galaxy S4 with KitKat but it should works with previous versions of Android.



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2nd March 2014, 08:40 PM   |  #2  
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Disable Samsung MissedEvent Widget
*This module is meant for Samsung TouchWiz ROMs

This module disables the Samsung stock widget for missed calls/sms that shows in lockscreen.

It has been tested on Galaxy S4 with KitKat but it should works with previous versions of Android.



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Available on Xposed Repository

Source Code
It is open source. Available on GitHub


Write here if you have any problem!

Thanks bro for making touchwiz modules !

can you make a module that removes the date that appears when viewing the photos in the stock gallery ? That would be really useful.
thanks.
2nd March 2014, 09:51 PM   |  #3  
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Thanks bro for making touchwiz modules !

can you make a module that removes the date that appears when viewing the photos in the stock gallery ? That would be really useful.
thanks.

You are welcome but please use the thread for requests
2nd March 2014, 10:42 PM   |  #4  
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@invano you are my hero.

Ever since I upgraded to KitKat there are 3 modules that I missed.

1. Maximize widgets on lockscreen:- Source

2. Multiple Widgets and Camera on secure lockscreen:- Source

3. Disable Samsung Notifications Widget:- Source

Now I don't have to worry about #3 since you made this awesome module

But is there anyway you can make #2 compatible with KK? (After installation I get option to add widgets on secured lockscreen but they wont stick..so it looks there needs to minor code changes to make it compatible with KK)

And also #1 was made compatible with KK a while ago but it would be awesome if you could look at the source and see if you can make any improvements to it
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But is there anyway you can make #2 compatible with KK? (After installation I get option to add widgets on secured lockscreen but they wont stick..so it looks there needs to minor code changes to make it compatible with KK)

And also #1 was made compatible with KK a while ago but it would be awesome if you could look at the source and see if you can make any improvements to it

Don't worry, they will be KK compatible. It's just matter of time I think.
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is there any other way to disable this? I remember on JB I did not install such a module

---------- Post added 19th March 2014 at 12:29 AM ---------- Previous post was 18th March 2014 at 11:41 PM ----------

@invano just to check.. I see that you use DashClock as your lockscreen widget.. are you able to swipe left to add more widgets.?

can we remove the add more widgets screen?
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is there any other way to disable this? I remember on JB I did not install such a module

---------- Post added 19th March 2014 at 12:29 AM ---------- Previous post was 18th March 2014 at 11:41 PM ----------

@invano just to check.. I see that you use DashClock as your lockscreen widget.. are you able to swipe left to add more widgets.?

can we remove the add more widgets screen?


I made this module because there is no possibility to disable the samsung widget a part from modifying some smali code.


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19th March 2014, 11:10 AM   |  #8  
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thanks! hmm. actually uninstalling the SPlannerKeyguardWidget.apk works too. on KitKat at least.

If your module can allow us to remove the add widget screen... it would be awesome
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20th March 2014, 06:45 PM   |  #9  
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thanks! hmm. actually uninstalling the SPlannerKeyguardWidget.apk works too. on KitKat at least.

If your module can allow us to remove the add widget screen... it would be awesome

actually its " KeyguardSPlannerWidget"....but thanks for this info....been trying to get rid of that
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thanks! hmm. actually uninstalling the SPlannerKeyguardWidget.apk works too. on KitKat at least.

Of course by removing particular apks you obtain the same behavior...but what about stability, splanner o something else?

I made this module because I prefer to hook a particular method rather than disabling applications that could come back useful in a near future.
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