Disable Android 4.2’s Lockscreen Changes:
Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, brought with its arrival a number of changes to the platform. Although the operating system has only been ported on some lucky devices, some users find the Android lockscreen annoying, already.
If you’re, too, one of those users — don’t fret — we have something worth checking out for you. That said; a developer recently has released a new free app, called Lockscreen Policy, that quickly revert those tweaks to the way they were.
Allows to disable the new camera access, lockscreen widgets, or both, the new Lockscreen Policy app also removes the flashing widget placeholder — just in case you weren’t willing on outfitting your lockscreen with widgets.
The new app can be found on Google Play Store here, for those who have already moved to Android v4.2; while the rest of you might want to make a mental note to check it out after grabbing the platform. Again, we will only wish Google not to porting these types of tweaks in upcoming OS.