Android Q is a very versatile OS user can change and animation style through the ADB Shell command, Recently an image comes out. Google is working on Android 10 customization. You can change lock screen clock style through the adb shell command, so the question is how to enable Android and customize Android q lock screen.
How to Enable Android Q Lock Screen Clock
In this customization, Android Q lock screen date is missing because this technique is totally hidden from the public. The preset clocks include a text clock, a bubble clock, and a stretch analog clock. All of these custom clocks are incomplete since they’re missing the date and weather, but they do work with the Always-on Display of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 3.
Below you can check all customization of the Android Q operating system.
- Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, or Pixel 3 XL running the Android Q beta
- Android Debug Bridge (ADB) set up on your Windows, Linux, or macOS PC. Instructions can be found here.
Enable Bubble Clock Command
adb shell settings put secure lock_screen_custom_clock_face "com.android.keyguard.clock.BubbleClockController"
Stretch Analog Clock Command
adb shell settings put secure lock_screen_custom_clock_face "com.android.keyguard.clock.StretchAnalogClockController
Text Clock Command
adb shell settings put secure lock_screen_custom_clock_face "com.android.keyguard.clock.TypeClockController"
Restore to Normal Clock Command
adb shell settings delete secure lock_screen_custom_clock_face
Last Updated on September 6, 2019 by Prosenjit Dey