by Joe White
October 13, 2012
A new jailbreak tweak called ICSLockPro makes it possible to add custom app launch icons to the Lock screen. Once downloaded and installed, users can configure the jailbreak tweak from within the Settings app. Here, you can enable or disable ICSLockPro, alter the tweak's appearance, and choose which four custom apps appear on the Lock screen. Further minor customization options, such as "Vibrate on Unlock," can also be altered from within the Settings app. If ICSLockPro is enabled, the above interface will appear at the Lock screen. Sliding your finger from the lower icon to one of the higher app icons launches that particular application. Alternatively, if you'd just like to reach the Home screen, you can slide your finger from the lower icon all the way to the top of the Lock screen. Below, we've included a video walkthrough that shows off ICSLockPro in action. Take a look at the video now, and if you're interested in the jailbreak tweak, you can find it in the Cydia Store for $0.99 (via the ModMyi repository). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNIFOhdLm0w
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