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cleyt64

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Sep 13, 2014
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Hello everyone, I don't know if there is a question like this already but I would like to know : How can I write a text/ personal message on my lockscreen please?
I had this on my old LG V 30 and I can't find it on my Fx2 pro.
 

Craphead

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I don't know if that is possible at all, I've never seen any options for that. But what you can do is display a text on your AOD.
 
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cleyt64

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I don't know if that is possible at all, I've never seen any options for that. But what you can do is display a text on your AOD.
Thank you for answering.
The weird thing is that when i changed my V30 for the Oppo the backup from Google restored evne the text on my lockscreen but now i can't find a way to change /delete it 😅😅😅.
 

Craphead

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Thank you for answering.
The weird thing is that when i changed my V30 for the Oppo the backup from Google restored evne the text on my lockscreen but now i can't find a way to change /delete it 😅😅😅.
That's true, I've had the same thing happen to me when I restored a backup from my old Samsung. While then option clearly exists on standard Android and thus also is part of the backup routine, Oppo simply seems to have chosen not to implement the option in ColorOS. I wonder if it would be possible to somehow access or change settings for that via ADB commands.... ?
 
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CThiefUK

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Dec 21, 2011
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Has anyone figured out how to change this? I too restored from another phone (Oneplus 7T) and I can't change the (incorrect) lockscreen text I have!

It must be stored on the device in Android somewhere...
 

CThiefUK

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Dec 21, 2011
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I spoke to Oppo customer support today about this and they confirmed there's no way to change it and said "they've already let headquarters know about this and there may be a fix in a future update".

I wouldn't hold you breath!

In the meantime this must be stored somewhere on the device!
 

Zxf95

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Dec 20, 2021
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I spoke to Oppo customer support today about this and they confirmed there's no way to change it and said "they've already let headquarters know about this and there may be a fix in a future update".

I wouldn't hold you breath!

In the meantime this must be stored somewhere on the device!
But good luck with that in a phone with locked bootloader and no way to root.
 

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    I don't know if that is possible at all, I've never seen any options for that. But what you can do is display a text on your AOD.
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    Thank you for answering.
    The weird thing is that when i changed my V30 for the Oppo the backup from Google restored evne the text on my lockscreen but now i can't find a way to change /delete it 😅😅😅.
    That's true, I've had the same thing happen to me when I restored a backup from my old Samsung. While then option clearly exists on standard Android and thus also is part of the backup routine, Oppo simply seems to have chosen not to implement the option in ColorOS. I wonder if it would be possible to somehow access or change settings for that via ADB commands.... ?