+Kenny Auyoung the lockscreen widget is, I believe, 4x1 (or 1x4 not sure which goes first) but can support bigger widgets. They are truncated by default but you can swipe down on them to embiggen them.... this makes it so you don't have to swipe down to see the whole widget.
+Kenny Auyoung When the lock screen widgets initially show up they are minimized and you have to swipe down to use the widget, but now they are automatically maximized so it takes that one step out of the equation. i think....
Just wondering. I'm running the Dec 30th 10.1 nightly. So all of these updates that are posted are for all the CM dailies or how does it work? Also if I do want to update the nightly to Jan 7th do I just flash the zip and wipe cache or how would I do it? Thanks for any help
+Andy Libreros You are correct, the updates are made to be updated to daily or somewhere thereabouts. Reboot to recovery, wipe cache, Dalvik, and then update. Reinstall GAPPS and voila! New features and bug fixes.
+Manny Wilson ooo ok, perfect! Thanks for mentioning to re-installing the gapps after wiping (I would have probably have had that question when the time came to do the process hehe) Hopefully there is a GPS fix too, I could not get a lock on whatsoever on this nightly.
While we're on the subject of the lockscreen I have a question I was curious about. Can we expect the return of custom lock screen wallpaper? Nothing vital but something I enjoyed. I hope it returns.
Just wanted to say I updated to nightly today from Dec 31st and I am very satisfied with CMs hard work. Every bug I had is now fixed (not seeing trail on swype flow, gps lock, Pandora freezing phone) and I love chronus! Thanks CM team! :-)
I am a huge CM fanbky but I wish the team would focus on making usable versions for more phones instead of adding more features. The biggest appeal of CM is AOSP. Unfortunately CM has become so customized lately that they now suffer the same issues as OEMs - when a new version of android comes out, it takes forever to port over the customizations. A big appeal of CM is the customizations, but the biggest reason people run CM is for AOSP. And unfortunately CM seems to be focusing on customizations instead of bringing more phones AOSP, and the result is it takes longer for phones to get the new versions of android. Again I am a huge fan but for the love of god focus on stability and getting AOSP to more phones instead of adding more features that will just further delay CM11 when the next version of android comes out. Putting on my flame suit now....
+Adam Snow Two potential solutions for you to choose from: 1) donate devices to developers willing to take the time and effort to support the device; 2) Add support for the device yourself and submit pull requests/patches to the CM team
+Shawn Webb my device is supported by Cyanogen himself so developer support should be fine and I have donated several times to cyanogenmod over the years. I'm not a developer but if I was I would help out.
One issue I've found with this, on my SGS3 running 10.1 nightlies, is that the owner info gets covered up by a maximized widget. I turned it off so that my owner info shows up (I keep my name/phone number there in case of a lost phone). Just something to be aware of. It seems unlikely that someone who found the phone would know to collapse the widget to find the information.
I want to disable them completely, having them there can cause phone to unlock in pocket. its a real issue, if I ride my bike somewhere, half the time i pull it out and all the features i enable are off and the ones that drain battery are on. its quite frustrating.