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    Default Winter board hiding CLOCK on ios 5 ??
    Is there any way to hide the clock and slide to unlock on the lockscreen on ios 5 ????? tried many themes but no success .all comes behind the clock and slide bar

    Also tried Lockinfo with its show behind and infront,,,doesnt work

    Any body has a solution for me ?
    Thnx in advance

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    Tried Lockscreen Clock Hide yet? I don't know if it's been updated for iOS 5 yet.

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    LockScreen Clock Hide 1.9.1.0 No Causes Safe Mode loop.

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    Trying to find the same thing. Clock hide doesn't work. I tried no slider, that doesn't work either.

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    Yeah I have been looking around, there doesn't seem to be one that is updated for iOS 5 yet.

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    There's a way of doing it manualy. I'm just out for a few minutes, but I'll upload the zip when I get back home!!

    Remove LS Clock.zip

    Look inside this zip..

    * Put LockClock.ttf in: /System/Library/Fonts/Cache
    * Put DateFormats.plist in: /private/var/mobile/library/cahces

    Respring...
    Last edited by jdewinnaar; 10-25-2011 at 12:09 PM.

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    I dl zip and put it under system/library/fonts/cache, resprung and clocks still there. I looked in ifile and it's in there.

    Do I need to look in text viewer and erase something?

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    You need to read the instructions, extract the 2 files inside the zip and place them in their correct locations..

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    Read too fast. Anyway, worked fine for the clock, it's gone. My date still shows up after placing it where you said

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    Followed that, it's gone, but I'm still seeing a box where they should be so I'm sticking it back to normal for now, as I forgot to backup those files prior to overwriting them I can't though, any chance you can upload your backups if possible so I can stick them back in/save them for future reference?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jebuz View Post
    Followed that, it's gone, but I'm still seeing a box where they should be so I'm sticking it back to normal for now, as I forgot to backup those files prior to overwriting them I can't though, any chance you can upload your backups if possible so I can stick them back in/save them for future reference?

    Cheers
    Use this to remove the boxes..

    Let me know if you need anything else
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Thanks for the help, works great for me. But I can't get the date to go away. Anyway to fix this ?

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    Open "DateFormats.plist" in iFile and scroll all the way to the bottom, make sure that the string section is empty like this..

    <key>UIWeekdayNoYearDateFormat</key>
    <string> </string>
    <key>Version</key>
    <string>6-2.0</string>

    Also check at the top, see if changing the locale key (It says en_GB) to which ever locale you are currently in!

    <key>Locale</key>
    <string>en_GB</string>

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    I can't find it, could you say where I find it? Using trial version of iFile so can't search :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakkra View Post
    I can't find it, could you say where I find it? Using trial version of iFile so can't search :/
    Scroll up, he already posted where it is in this thread.

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    Just found it and it's gone. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdewinnaar View Post
    Use this to remove the boxes..

    Let me know if you need anything else
    What do I need to do with this zip file? Copy and paste the folder somewhere? If you could please let me know that would be great!!

    NVM, got it.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by asp2160; 11-23-2011 at 12:11 PM.

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    I used lock info beta apt.dba-tech.net and hid my clock

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    Hi there, I had the same problem with ios5.01, used clock hide "insanelyi. Com" and No Lockscreen UI "modmyi" activate in winterboard works good

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdewinnaar View Post
    Open "DateFormats.plist" in iFile and scroll all the way to the bottom, make sure that the string section is empty like this..

    <key>UIWeekdayNoYearDateFormat</key>
    <string> </string>
    <key>Version</key>
    <string>6-2.0</string>

    Also check at the top, see if changing the locale key (It says en_GB) to which ever locale you are currently in!

    <key>Locale</key>
    <string>en_GB</string>
    for iOS 5.1.1 you have to empty an extra field to make it work

    <key>UIWeekdayAbbreviatedNoYearDateFormat</key>
    <string> </string>

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