Sick and tired of that old boring lockscreen? The one that only has the time, date and a slider? Well, here we have a little mod that changes all that called QtLockscreen, a highly configurable lockscreen replacement.
QtLockscreen out of the box works just fine, replacing the boring old default one in all instances of its appearance. The new look is much sleeker, and comes with media player controls, but that’s not the best part. As with anything N900, the best part is that you can mess around with this as much as you want! A word of caution though, as it doesn’t yet have a GUI to play around with settings, so its all messing with file code. Being in the extras-devel repository, no one but you takes responsibility if your device goes nova.
If you are comfortable tweaking with some files though, go for it. Everything can be played around with, from background images, fonts, sizes and more. QtLockscreen currently works with the default Media Player, Open Media Player and Mediabox. It didn’t work with any of the other media players I have floating around. Another issue I had with it was that occasionally the old lockscreen would show up, but then after going back into standby and hitting power again, QtLockscreen made a reappearance.
Not exactly a staple app, but a very nice way to add a bit of a personal touch to that lockscreen. If you want to try it out, have a read here first. Now back to tweaking my lockscreen some more.