LockClock Gone

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  1. iKeablr

    iKeablr Active Member

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    I just felt like this should be posted. I have not seen a tutorial here so I will make one. If there is one I am sorry, I searched and found nothing. If there is one Mods please delete this.



    If you want to have your LockClock gone these are the steps you need to take.

    (The LockClock is the Clock displayed in the LockScreen)

    1. Click the link at the end of this sentence: Link
    2. When you download it, unrar it (When you unrar it you will notice two files you can delete "info.plist" unless you use FontSwap then follow the instructions below)
    3. You need to SSH into your iPod Touch/iPhone
    4. You need to go to this directory "/System/Library/Fonts/Cache" (In here is all the System fonts)
    5. Now you need to make a Back Up your "LockClock.tff" (There are one of two ways you can do that, you can either rename it to "LockClock.tff.bakup" or you can SSH it into your Computer, or you can do both)
    6. Once you made your Back Up, then SSH the new "LockClock.tff"
    7. After that Respring and if you done this correctly, then the LockClock will not be there. (And if you do have the LockClock then you did not follow instructions at all)

    ***MAKE SURE YOU BACK UP THE ORIGINAL IN CASE YOU WANT YOUR CLOCK BACK***


    -For use with FontSwap

    1. Click the link at the end of this sentence: Link
    2. When you download it, unrar it
    3. You need to SSH into your iPod Touch/iPhone
    4. You need to go to this directory "/var/mobile/Library/FontSwap/Packages/LockClock Fonts/"
    5. All you have to do is drag the folder "Transparent.font" into that directory
    6. Then go to FontSwap and Install 'Transparent.font" and make sure to Respring.
    7. And if you have done this right you will not have a LockClock at the LockScreen.
  2. cjschriver3

    cjschriver3 New Member

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    Nice tut Keab

    Simple and straightforward

    If people can't follow that, they should turn in their iPod
  3. iKeablr

    iKeablr Active Member

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    Thank you. And here is another Tutorial. Just in case anybody wants to hide the date, too.

    Hiding/Removing the LockDate fromt the LockScreen


    If you want to have your LockDate gone these are the steps you need to take.

    (The LockDate is the Date displayed in the LockScreen)

    1. Click the link at the end of this sentence: Link
    2. When you download it, unzip it
    3. You need to SSH into your iPod Touch/iPhone
    4. You need to go to this directory "/System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/DateFormats/"
    5. Then place the en.plist into that directory
    6. Respring and enjoy

    Side Notes:

    If you respringed and the LockDate is still there, that could be because of 2 reasons.

    1. You are not using English as the default language on your iPod Touch/iPhone
    2. You did it wrong
  4. Jibblejab

    Jibblejab New Member

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    I have already done this but thanks for making a tutorial for others
  5. iKeablr

    iKeablr Active Member

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    Thank you for your kind comment.

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    OMG finally...thank you very much i can see my gf with no blocking LOL thanks again...

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