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Hey guys hope someone can provide some insight.

Since upgrading to 4.4.3 via ota, flashing supersu and re-enabling xposed, my screen does not automatically timeout. It will stay on until I touch the power button to put it on standby.

I assumed it was an app so I've uninstalled anything new and still no change.

I have no clue what is preventing my device from sleeping. Any help would be appreciated.

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Can you provide more details? What's your Display settings and what modules do you you have loaded?
Device: LG Nexus 5
ROM: Stock + GravityBox + Greenify + Gravity Screen
Kernel: ElementalX-N5-0.45
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1
 
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Can you provide more details? What's your Display settings and what modules do you you have loaded?
My display settings are currently on 30 but I've tried 1 minute and 2 minutes as well with no change. The only modules I have loaded are Gravity Box.

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My display settings are currently on 30 but I've tried 1 minute and 2 minutes as well with no change. The only modules I have loaded are Gravity Box.

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Few things to try out.

1. Set display to time out after 1 min. Then reboot your phone. See if problem reoccurs.
2. Settings -> Developer Options -> Stay awake (make sure this is not checked)
3. Check if you have apps installed that has permission to keep the screen on, even if it is not the active app on screen.
4. Settings -> Applications -> Running (kill any unnecessary running apps) (might help if you do the same for cached processes)
Device: LG Nexus 5
ROM: Stock + GravityBox + Greenify + Gravity Screen
Kernel: ElementalX-N5-0.45
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1
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