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[MOD] 4.2 clock for CM10

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kyan31    2,002

This is the 4.2 clock, ported from 4.2 to 4.1 devices. I did not make this, so I take no credit whatsoever.

NOTICE: THIS HAS ONLY BEEN TESTED ON CM10. IT MAY OR MAY NOT WORK ON OTHER ROMS.

Update: Alarm clock now works! All you have to do is clear the data for the original clock, delete it using a root explorer, and then flash the JB clock in recovery.

Make sure you wipe cache in mounts and storage, and wipe dalvik cache before you flash it. You can also do a nandroid backup just to be safe, but I doubt you really need to.

I recommend you use the apk if you are trying to install this on a non-jellybean ROM. If you are going to flash it, make a nandroid backup first.

Flashable Zip:

http://d-h.st/2ll

Apk (Move to System/app):

http://www.mediafire.com/?zd0prgm172hi1h4

XDA Thread:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1969617

Thanks 'TheDarkDefender' for porting this :D

Edited by kyan31

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kyan31    2,002

I just realized the cm10 clock has a timer and lap counter built in. Just swipe to the left.

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I guess I didn't need the 4.2 clock after all :P

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Rattonboy    26

working fantastically! thanks a lot Kyan31 ;) +1

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jsevi83    99

Yes, it's working great in CM10. You have to remove the default clock app and purge its settings, then install this. Thanks a lot.

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jsevi83    99

Is the alarm working for you guys?

Yes it is, woke me up this morning. You need to uninstall the default clock application and purge its settings first.

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kyan31    2,002

Yes it is, woke me up this morning. You need to uninstall the default clock application and purge its settings first.

What do you mean by 'purge it's settings'?

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djalpha    0

Yes it is, woke me up this morning. You need to uninstall the default clock application and purge its settings first.

+1 :D

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kyan31    2,002

Update: Alarm clock now works! All you have to do is clear the data for the original clock, delete it using a root explorer, and then flash the JB clock in recovery.

Make sure you wipe cache in mounts and storage, and wipe dalvik cache before you flash it. You can also do a nandroid backup just to be safe, but I doubt you really need to.

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emyjojo    1

Installed. It works great. One question, has anyone managed to add a digital clock widget ? Is it even there? Thanks.

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kyan31    2,002
Installed. It works great. One question, has anyone managed to add a digital clock widget ? Is it even there? Thanks.

No I don't think the digital clock even exists on this. Just search for 4.2 digital clock widget on the play store.

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