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Working great. But the notification after every unlock is kinda annoying. I know I can turn that off globally, but this leaves me with an insecure feeling.

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dang.. didn't see any different between enabling and disabling the service :S

ok. changed hyst to 0 helps. thanks
 
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dang.. didn't see any different between enabling and disabling the service :S
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same here
Download the multi-touch test for the market and you will notice that when you drag one finger slowly it registers as opposed to the slight hesitation as seen in the you tube video posted in the OP
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Looks like something is happening now.
 
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Huh whaa?? Just got back from work so im tired but do u mean u have to apply this after every screen lock/unlock cycle?? :-/

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once u enable the service it will do it automatically, but yes it reapplies it on every screen off/on
 
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ta to OP for this

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Working great. But the notification after every unlock is kinda annoying. I know I can turn that off globally, but this leaves me with an insecure feeling.

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I have tried to acquire root session and holding it in the service, however it brings one problem for me: in widget locker sometimes there is lag when unlocking the phone. So I think getting root permission as it is now is a way to go. Also it is more secure - since at any time you can remove root permission effectively denying access to device for the service. So just disable notifications in SU application as I did long ago
 
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Great found

My humble opinion is I think Samsung let it that way for a purpose , now sure the the screen register the touch fast but it's hard to make a touch "click" for me at least, like in the app screen, the click on the page points, if i touch it will just move the screen!.

maybe something need to be fixed here!.
 
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