wingman1487 · Jun 3, 2010 at 10:30 pm

Lock Screen Middle Tweak

Many of us have felt how the HD2 sits in our hands,  and not that it’s a bad thing but it is huge.  If the device is being operated with one hand, it can be difficult to have the unlock slider at the top of the screen, stretching and straining your thumb to make it up there and unlock your device.  After some work, some people were able to place the slider on the bottom, but this gave the feeling that you were going to drop the phone while trying to unlock it.  Well, with a simple tweak made by XDA member chris10230, you can now have your unlock slider in the middle of your screen!  This way you can keep a good grip on your phone and not feel like you are going to drop it every time you unlock the screen.

So since i got this i always felt that the slider at the top was annoying, then everyone moved it to the bottom, now personally is still find it annoying as its well at the bottom.
Therefore I moved it to the middle…

You can find more information in the application thread.


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