How To Remove Clock From Lock Screen in Android

Most Android users have clocks on their lock screen. This was placed there by the developers of the phone to help them easily tell the time without opening pressing the power button.

Although the developers placed it there for easy accessibility, not all Android users appreciate this gesture. If you are a person like that, then this article is going to help you solve this problem.

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In this article, I am going to show you how to remove the clock from the lock screen in Android. Just continue reading this article to find out.

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Android devices are generally known to be one of the most customizable devices, unlike other Operating Systems like iOS, etc. As a result, Android users can customize their devices to their preferences.

Although Android devices are customizable, some features are pre-installed on them by the developer. One of such features is the clock that is placed on the lock screen in some Android devices.

By default, removing the clock from the lock screen in Android is not possible. But, since mfidie.com is your most reliable tech source, we have a method that will help you out.

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How To Remove Clock From Lock Screen in Android

There are several methods you can remove the clock from your lock screen in Android. When you search online, you will find several methods but, in this article, I am going to recommend to you some of the trusted methods you can use.

How To Remove Clock From Lock Screen in Android Using Resurrection Remix (RR)

Resurrection Remix (RR) is a tool that Android users have been using over the years to customize their Android phones. Aside from all the features Resurrection Remix (RR) has, it can also be used to remove the clock from the lock screen on Android devices.

Before you can use Resurrection Remix (RR) to remove the clock from your Android device’s lock screen, your Android device needs to be rooted and you have to install Resurrection Remix (RR) on your device.

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Once you have installed the app and your device has been rooted, then you can follow the steps below:

  1.  After installing the Resurrection Remix (RR) on your Android device, restart your device
  2. Open Settings and then navigate to Configurations
  3. Choose Lock UI from the options. A list of toggles will be shown on the next page
  4. Turn off the toggle next to Show lock screen clock
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That’s all it takes to remove the clock from your Android device’s lock screen. If it does not work, restart your device, and the clock will no longer show in the lock screen.

How To Remove the Clock From the Lock Screen From Clocks You Installed Yourself

If you installed a clock app on your device to show the clock on your lock screen. Then follow these simple steps to remove it from your lock screen:

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  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device
  2. Select Apps & notifications and then App info
  3. Tap on the clock app you wish to hide
  4. Select Uninstall or Disable

 Conclusion

Removing the clock from your Android device seems impossible by default but with the help of these provided in this article, you should be able to do it easily. Also, as I indicated earlier, there are several ways you can perform this task but some of them might damage your device in the long run.

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But, if you have tried any other method apart from the ones stated in this article and it worked for you, then you can write it in the comments section below and I will make sure to check it out.

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In addition, if you have any questions, comments, and or suggestions, feel free to write them in the comments section below. Finally, if you found this article helpful, then feel free to share this article with your friends and loved ones.

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