Windows Phone 8.1 New Lockscreen To Be Available SoonBy cheatmaster 07:21 Tue, 20 Jul 2021 Comments
Although Windows Phone 8.1 has been out for a while now, there are still a few complementary features that weren’t included with the upgrade’s rollout. One of the more fascinating promised features teased by Microsoft is a recent lockclassy screen experience.
The recent API for the lock-classy screen is going to be a piece of software you’ll have to install separately, and won’t be built into the Operating System (OS) itself.
So what’s the gigantic deal about the recent lockscreen? Apparently it is going to add a greater degree of customization to Windows Phone devices. This is fine news for an Operating System (OS) that has, often-times, been deemed a bit too homogenous from device to device; Windows Phones more or less all act the same.
There are some limitations for the updated Lockscreen, however. If you’re rocking a Windows Phone with less than 1GB of RAM, then you’re going to be out of luck, as you’ll need at least a gig of memory to utilize the recent feature. Also, the recent lockclassy screen only plays nice with English language settings.
Lockclassy screen app- sorry for being quiet. The beta (English, 1gb+) is ALMOST here, perhaps a week. We hit a few snags & added a feature.— joebelfiore (@joebelfiore) July 18, 2014
If you’re fine with these stipulations, then you’ll be able to download the recent Lockclassy screen beta in about a week.
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