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Thread: Remove/Hide CLOCK and DATE in lock screen of iphone

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    Quote Originally Posted by brikz View Post
    Do you know how to change the "slide to unlock" message and other system strings? I used to be able to do through customize but i haven't gotten that to launch in quite a while.

    Thanks,
    to change the"slide to Unlock", go to diskaid once again and go there:System//Lybrary//CoreServices//SpringBoard.app//French.lproj

    NOTE: FOR ME IT'S FRENCH.Iproj. Adapt it according to your language of course

    Once you're there, open SpringBoard.strings withe notepad for example. (save it)

    Then, go to the line;
    <key>UNLOCK</key>
    <string>Slide to unlock</string>

    Change the "slide to unlock" by whatever you want. Copy to your device the newly modified SpringBoard.strings.
    ideas:Enjoy!
    unlock me!...


    NOTE you can change any other string

    I'm sorry about this Mattewrotherham. it works perfectly with me .I live in France. Maybe there are different Setings according the country..

    WHat do you mean with"i have just tried a reboot DELETING all of the files in that folder"
    Have you deleted all the files which are basiclly in //DateFormats//?
    Last edited by kevin.fr; 10-31-2008 at 11:12 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    yes, all of the files in the date format folder. it seems the phone can run with out them! i have already tried editing the UK.plist aswell. removing the string><string

    again...nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewrotherham View Post
    yes, all of the files in the date format folder. it seems the phone can run with out them! i have already tried editing the UK.plist aswell. removing the string><string
    again...nothing.

    Sorry for the date once again. It works for me try to find another way.

    For The "slide to unlock" did you wanted to leave a blank?
    If yes, just put a space between the string><string. do no remove it.

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    i dont mean the slide to unlock string. i mean the string on the UK.plist in the date formats folder. it looks like it cannot be done. only certain languages can be edited

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    If your iPhone works even without the uk.plist dateformats. Why don't you only leave the "my" fr.plist dateformat?

    this is just an idea i'm not very skillfull with my iphone. I'm just explaining what i've done to remove the date from my lock screen.

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    nope. didnt work. thanks for your help any way.

    i dont think i will ever get rid of this date!

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    Default COuldn't find coreservices
    After library, there was no core services. Could it be named something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin.fr View Post
    to change the"slide to Unlock", go to diskaid once again and go there:System//Lybrary//CoreServices//SpringBoard.app//French.lproj

    NOTE: FOR ME IT'S FRENCH.Iproj. Adapt it according to your language of course

    Once you're there, open SpringBoard.strings withe notepad for example. (save it)

    Then, go to the line;
    <key>UNLOCK</key>
    <string>Slide to unlock</string>

    Change the "slide to unlock" by whatever you want. Copy to your device the newly modified SpringBoard.strings.
    ideas:Enjoy!
    unlock me!...


    NOTE you can change any other string

    I'm sorry about this Mattewrotherham. it works perfectly with me .I live in France. Maybe there are different Setings according the country..

    WHat do you mean with"i have just tried a reboot DELETING all of the files in that folder"
    Have you deleted all the files which are basiclly in //DateFormats//?

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    So explain how to do it

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin.fr View Post
    I've got the 2. FW and I did "erase" the Date on the lock screen.

    If someone is interested I could explain how to.

    Check the Photo of my lock screen.
    So explain how to do it
    Last edited by grimlock1; 11-03-2008 at 01:28 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimlock1 View Post
    So explain how to do it



    So explain how to do it
    I've explain that in the 2nd page!

    It seem that people in the uk cannot remove date in thier lockscreen...

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    Can somebody upload the stock version of the Springboard.strings file

    After following the instruction above, I've messed up the string by replacing "slide to unlock".

    It's located at /System/Library/Coreservices/Springboard/English

    thanks in advance

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    unzip this file ans you will find springboard.strings (uk)

    You have to modify the string and not the key

    <key>ALARM_SNOOZE</key>
    <string>Snooze</string>

    Modify here Snooze

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    So I'm a little confused. Can this be done on the 3G or not? In the U.S.

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    Lightbulb Thanx to Bister!
    Hello Again All,

    I Finally found the way to erase the date. Even for People In the Uk, USA (if the Iphone is in English). Special Thank to my Friend Bister!

    To do that, dowload the uk.rar. Unzip it and you sould find a uk.plist

    Go to /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/DateFormats/

    There, copy uk.Plist to your device.

    restart your device... you're done! Congratulations!

    NOTES: -don't forget to save and keep the original uk.plist
    - Do reset the date on your lock screen, simply delete the uk.plist and reset the original one!

    Thanx angain to Bister(from www.iphon.fr)
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    How about for the clock Kevin?

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    Sorry I have no idea for the clock iGreenBerg!

    Maybe Someone else will find this.

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    Well the date method you posted didn't work for me either.

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    You mean the you still see that date after rebooting your device?

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    Yep, sure do.

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    I guess you made a mistake IgreenBerg check once more all the steps.

    Anyway, I Found a french tutorial( once again by Bister) to erase the Clock on the lock screen.

    To erase the clock, download the :transparentclock.rar

    You shall find a LockClock.ttf.

    Then, go to the Root of your device, to /System/Library/Fonts/Cache/.

    Don't forget to save the original LockClock.ttf on your computer.

    there, just copy the new LockClock.ttf ( it's a transparent font) and delete the other LockClock.ttf.

    Restart your device and that's it.

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    The date method is simply not working for me.

    Tried it again this morning.

    I'm not missing a step.

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