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    Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    Camera that grab photo quickly is essential, but many Android devices don’t have a dedicated camera button. I would like to add the Camera app directly to the lock screen of my device. How can I obtain this on my device?

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    AndroidExpert AndroidExpert is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    Open up the App drawer and go to the settings option. Find the CyanogenMod Settings and select it by tapping on the link. In the CyanogenMod Settings page, open up the Lockscreen option and then navigate through it to find Style Options. In the Style Options, scroll down to the bottom of the page and put a check mark against the Custom app starter” box and the “Use application icon for” box.Then tap on the Custom application option. In Applications, choose Camera. After changing settings exit from the home screen. Once you hit the power button back ON, you will see camera option on the lock screen.


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    Android-solutions Android-solutions is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    hey friend..


    If you want to access the camera application on the lockscreen of cyanogenMod 7 for android then you have to just follow the steps given below :

    - First of all you have to go to the settings option after opening the app drawer
    - Next you have to search and select the cyanogenMod settings
    - There you will see lockscreen options .. Just open it and go to the style options available there ..
    - Now , you have to find out out the option as 'custom app starter' and 'use application icon for' and put a check mark against them
    - After that select the camera in the custom application option and you are done now ..

    Thanks

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    Re: Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    Dear Friend,

    You can access the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    In order to access the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android, you have to follow some steps as listed below:

    Steps:

    >> Go to Home Screen on your device

    >> You have to go to “Settings” screen

    >> Now you are required to go to Apps drawer

    >> Then you should locate and tap on “CyanogenMod Settings” option

    >> Now you can tap on “Lockscreen” option

    >> You are required to tap on Style Options

    >> Here you have to search for the option labeled as “Custom app starter” and “Use application icon for”

    >> A checkbox can be viewed adjacent to that label

    >> You have to check that box to enable the option

    >> Then you have to tap on “Custom applications” option

    >> Locate and tap on “Camera” option

    >> After making the necessary changes

    >> Then you have to hit the power back button “ON”

    >> You have successfully done!!


    It was pleasure to help you. Hope you are satisfied with our reply.

    For any further query kindly post on our forum, we will reply at the earliest

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    sumitnath sumitnath is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    Hi friends...

    Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android


    for Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android follow the below-->

    1st-->open the home page from the device.

    2nd-->click the menu option.

    3rd-->select the setting option.

    4th-->
    click the Cyanogen Mod Settings and select it by tapping on the link.

    5th-->open up the Lockscreen option .

    6th-->then find Style Options.

    7th-->scroll down to the bottom of the page and put a check mark against the
    Custom app starter” box and the “Use application icon for” box.

    8th-->Then tap on the Custom application option.

    9th-->choose Camera settings exit from the home screen.

    10th-->hit the power button back ON, you will see camera option on the lock screen.

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    Re: Accessing the camera application on the lock screen of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    Hey friend,

    Steps to access the camera application on the lock page of CyanogenMod 7 for Android

    + Firstly having go to Home Page

    + Next Step: Now You hit on “Settings” option

    + Next Step: Then search and hit on “CyanogenMod Settings” option

    + Next Step: Now You hit on “Lockpage” option

    + Next Step: You are required to hit on “Style” option

    + Next Step: Then having navigate to the bottom portion of the page

    + Next Step: Here having search for the options labeled as “Custom app starter” and “Use application button for”

    + Next Step: A checkbox can be viewed next to those labels

    + Next Step: Having tick those boxes to enable the option

    + Next Step: Then after having find Custom application option and hit on it

    + Next Step: Navigate to the Application page

    + Next Step: Then search and hit on “Camera” option

    + Next Step: Make the necessary changes in the Settings

    + Next Step: Then after navigate to the Home page

    + Next Step: Having hit on power button back ON

    + Next Step: Camera option can be viewed on Lock page

    + It was good to help you!!

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