Notification on lockscreen??

bw1128

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Jun 29, 2010
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Can you get the notification to work on the lockscreen?
 
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Mac.World

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Jan 9, 2011
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Exactly.

giving a semi-coherent, coded question, usually gets you a semi-coherent, coded answer.

Be specific withyour questions. i.e. phone version, jb version, what did you use to jb, what cydia app are you having problems with, what have you tried, exact error you have encountered, etc... These are just examples. Specificity leads to better answers.

P.S. also see you changed your original post from homescreen to lockscreen. And yes, i get notifications on my lockscreen with IntelliscreenX - cost is $10
 

bw1128

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 29, 2010
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Exactly.

giving a semi-coherent, coded question, usually gets you a semi-coherent, coded answer.

Be specific withyour questions. i.e. phone version, jb version, what did you use to jb, what cydia app are you having problems with, what have you tried, exact error you have encountered, etc... These are just examples. Specificity leads to better answers.

P.S. also see you changed your original post from homescreen to lockscreen. And yes, i get notifications on my lockscreen with IntelliscreenX - cost is $10
i agree, i accidentally put homescreen instead of lockscreen in the message. but the title always read lockscreen. thanks
 

rrandyy

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Jan 14, 2009
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I think Mac.World is pointing out that your statement about "the notification" lacks antecedent basis. It will be helpful if you first tell us what "the notification" refers to. An email notification? An SMS notification?

Are you using iOS 5.0 or higher? If not, what cydia app do you have installed that you expect will display the notification?

Edit: Wrong name.
 
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3bs

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May 20, 2011
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If you mean you want notification centre on your lock screen then you can use IntelliScreenX for iOS 5 or another popular alternative is LockInfo but that works differently.
 
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