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Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

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Apprentice
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Re: Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

I tried, unsuccessfully.

Emperor
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Re: Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

@Clukkerzz

 

That's rather odd, have you disable any app from this phone?




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Enthusiast
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Re: Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

enable lockscreen widget under settings-security, after that at the lockscreen swipe to left and add another clock widget and delete this one.

 

 

forget that "press the clock for a while" thing Skull

Apprentice
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Re: Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

@jani1 - Resolved, thanks for your help.

 

@uliwooly - Thank you for your time.

 

@Phy - Thank you.

 

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Administrator, can lock thread.

Emperor
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Re: Sony Xperia E4g - adjust the clock on the locked screen

@Clukkerzz

 

Great to hear that

 




"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)