You don’t need to download every GoodLock module to get the most out of the software as some are even more beneficial than others. Here are the top 3 Good Lock modules that we consider to be absolutely essential on Samsung devices. We’ll also go over some of the features you can count on.
Home Up is the first Good Lock module to install after downloading the software, as many Samsung enthusiasts will confirm. It serves as the standard customization option for Galaxy users in many ways. The five groups of settings in Home Up are Home Screen, Folders, Back Up & Restore, Share Manager, and Task Changer.
Hiding the app label from the Home and Applications screens has a pretty neat appearance, and that’s one of its best features. For easier navigation, you can also change the design of the recent page.
If you’re really picky about your phone’s user interface, you can even have folders pop up on your home screen instead of taking up the entire screen.
Lockstar is focused on personalizing your lock screen, just as the name suggests. You can manually change system icons like clock, music widget and notification icons with this feature. You may want to try any of the wallpapers that are included.
Additionally, the module enables you to quickly launch up to six different apps in place of the Phone and Camera apps which are the default shortcuts to the lock screen. But you can remove any or all system icons from the lock screen if you prefer a more modest appearance.
Wonderland is a great option if you want to give your screen a more vivid look. For your home screen and lock screen, you can design a unique live wallpaper with this feature. When the module is downloaded, it will show you some presets to help you understand how it operates. You can modify those defaults or start fresh with a new wallpaper.
Even better, you can spread your static wallpaper across the screen and overlay a video on top of it to make a video wallpaper. If you decide to use one, make sure the movie isn’t too distracting when you’re trying to view your widgets and apps on the home screen.
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