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  • [Giveaway] Want to Unlock Your Device Similarly to Android?

    You can show your Android friends that your iDevice can do that too!

    Thanks to our wonderful staff writer, Joshua Tucker, Modmyi has a nice review on AndroidLock XT. It's a jailbreak tweak by Zmaster and it lets you emulate the Android lock screen experience on your iPhone or iPod touch. AndroidLock XT has a ton of customization options to configure including behavior, themes, and patterns. You can literally use these patterns to unlock your iDevice instead of using Apple's slide to unlock feature. Since Joshua did such a nice job reviewing it already, let's skip over to the fun part!

    The Giveaway!

    Zmaster was generous enough to give away TEN copies of AndroidLock XT.

    Here's how to win:

    Follow me @BouchardAnthony
    Follow ModMyi @modmyi
    Retweet this article with your Cydia number in the tweet; if you do not have the Cydia number in your tweet, you will be disqualified from the drawing. Within the tweet you must also mention @BouchardAnthony so that I can easily see who has entered the drawing. If you don't mention me, you will also be disqualified. The tweet must include the following text, "I entered a contest to win AndroidLock XT for iPhone!"

    Winners will be announced on Monday, November 21. Good luck to all of you!

    Sources: Zmaster
    This article was originally published in forum thread: [Giveaway] Want to Unlock Your Device Similarly to Android? started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 21 Comments
    1. sziklassy's Avatar
      sziklassy -
      Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
      Research it yourself. Now you see why I don't feel the need to explain myself to anyone on these forums anymore.
      I just don't understand the hostility. You say it's a second rate tweak, based on what? The thing that distinguishes a good writer from a bad one is actually lack of bias amd a willingness to explain how you come to the conclusions you do. I don't doubt this is great, but when you get defensive when asked "why", it certainly makes people question what you are doing here and why. Sigh... I am obviously wasting my time.