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Phone needs to have usb debugging turned on.
Originally Posted by gniss39
1. Menu --> Settings --> Applications --> Development --> usb debugging
2. Reboot your phone into recovery volume down + power.
3. Mount the /system partition in the partitions menu.
Then you need to open up an adb instance.
"Default location is C:\android-sdk-windows\tools\adb"
You need to open it with cmd prompt.
Start button run / or inside search box , type 'cmd' hit enter.
mv /system/app/HtcLockScreen.apk /system/app/HtcLockScreen.bak
mv /system/app/HtcLockScreen.odex /system/app/HtcLockScreen.odex.bak
You can replace mv with rm if you want to delete them instead of rename them. If you decide to do rm instead the command would be slightly different, and remember Android stuff is case sensitive!!
I suggest you use the mv command (move) instead of rm(remove) in case you decide to revert back at anytime!
Now place the deskclock.apk into the C:\android-sdk-windows\tools directory and issue, in cmd prompt, this command:
adb push DeskClockGoogle.apk /system/app/DeskClockGoogle.apk
Restart your phone. Done and everything installed!