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Power button not working. Need a work around APP

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6th July 2014, 08:11 AM   |  #1  
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Hello. Recently my Galaxy s2 power button hasn't been working. As in when I either hold it down or press it, it doesn't lock the screne or pull the power menu. It works now and then but yeah I have to press it over and over again.I plan on getting it repaired soon but I'm looking for an workaround. I've seen apps that let me turn my phone off, lock it and such but nothing brings open the power menu button with screenshot, recovery mode, airplane mode and such. Is there anything like that out there? That with a press of the button it would open up my power menu options
6th July 2014, 08:25 AM   |  #2  
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Hello. Recently my Galaxy s2 power button hasn't been working. As in when I either hold it down or press it, it doesn't lock the screne or pull the power menu. It works now and then but yeah I have to press it over and over again.I plan on getting it repaired soon but I'm looking for an workaround. I've seen apps that let me turn my phone off, lock it and such but nothing brings open the power menu button with screenshot, recovery mode, airplane mode and such. Is there anything like that out there? That with a press of the button it would open up my power menu options

try rom manager. it has a rebooter which has all the options with it like reboot normal, download mode or recovery mode
give it a try. i use it very frequently
6th July 2014, 08:50 AM   |  #3  
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Or you can try this app Power Button.
6th July 2014, 04:18 PM   |  #5  
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Thanks for the replies. But is there one with an screenshot one? I want to take some screen shots but non of these seem to have it..
7th July 2014, 09:44 PM   |  #6  
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Thanks for the replies. But is there one with an screenshot one? I want to take some screen shots but non of these seem to have it..

Use "Button Savior" from Play Store.
It is just HW buttons on screen including power button. (Like Nexus On-Screen Keys)
And it has long press power menu also, which shows Screenshot, Airplane, Silent etc.

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[Free advice]
If you get that button repaired, use something like Proximity Sensor based app which locks and unlocks phone screen. So power button will be used less.
(I know this consumes a bit more battery, but still battery is lot cheap and easy to change than power button)
[/Free Advice]

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