as I promised this is the request for a LockScreen replacement app.
WidgetLocker was an excellent app and a well optimized one.
C Locker is not that good, it has to be optimized quite a lot in order to be as usable as WidgetLocker was.
It seems to me that you're more than capable of creating a good LockScreen replacement app.
Of course the main problem is time, but if there's anything I can do to help let me know.
I've read many times on the Kustom forum of people not properly backing up there presets or accidentally saving them as read-only. Now they can't get into their own preset. Is it possible to add a feature that would allow someone to enter a code (one of there own choosing) that would unlock the preset?
hey, just wondering, would it be at all possible in the near future to have some sort of computer editor for klwp and stuff? like some program that shows your wallpapers that you've made and can edit them?
I think it would be good because of the extra functionality the editor could have, especially the ability to see your wallpaper on any sized screen, which would help with making more universal wallpapers
-thanks, Socks out
With Android 8.1 Android has an API for getting colors from you Wallpaper. See android.developer.com and android developers at Youtube. Would be awesome if we could use this in KWGT, to change the widgets based on the colors of the wallpaper. I understand it is just released official (outside from the beta that started a couple of months ago). And not everyone could benefit from this yet, since you have to have Android 8.1, but would be a great addition for the future for an already great app!
Is there a way to determine and display the battery level of a Bluetooth connected headset?
I know that there are widgets on Google Play that can do this but I would rather build my own SIMPLE widget in KWGT.
it would be great if there would be a formula for handling the soundprofil of the phone... (sound, vibrate, silent) - e.g. to display with an icon the soundprofil
Please add a Global File option. This would allow someone to point their global to a file which would then get embedded in the KLWP export in something like a data folder. Currently anything referenced in the local file system has to be distributed to users via some other channel.