You Can Now Change the Android 4.2 Lockscreen Through Apps

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  • 24 Nov 2012
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  • If you don’t like what Google has done with the Android 4.2 lockscreen and its changes, you can get rid of them through apps. Not everyone is a fan of the widgets you can integrate in the lockscreen or the camera access. There’s now a brand new app called Lockscreen Policy, that provides some toggles, that will disable the new camera access, lockscreen widgets or maybe both.

    The app is particularly appealing if you plan to keep your lockscreen empty and rid of widgets. The idea to remove the flashing widget placeholder that may annoy people. You can also disable the swipe to access camera feature, that can be interpreted as a security feature, since it will discourage people to play with your handset. You can download the Lockscreen Policy app from the Play Store, if you’re unhappy with the current state of the lockscreen on the latest Android.

    Do you know that saying “less is more?”. Well, Google didn’t quite apply that, by adding more to the lockscreen that was already doing a fine job as it was. Imagine if the notification was filled with widgets as well. Pretty crazy right? You can download the app mentioned above from here.

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