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10th June 2015, 01:53 AM |#481  
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Hi @bgcngm I just realized something. I used latest beta kernel you sent me and I don't know how, but the wake gesture all enabled by it self without enabling on any xposed module..
Swipe left and right is to wake
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10th June 2015, 08:12 AM |#482  
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Hi @bgcngm I just realized something. I used latest beta kernel you sent me and I don't know how, but the wake gesture all enabled by it self without enabling on any xposed module..
Swipe left and right is to wake
Double tap active on lower screen

I noticed it too i thought it was only me,but if you had enabled dt2w in the old version of s6tb you'll get bootloop.but that that issues has been fixed in the latest s6tb btw am still using the test kernel
10th June 2015, 11:07 AM |#483  
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I used latest beta kernel you sent me and I don't know how, but the wake gesture all enabled by it self without enabling on any xposed module..
Swipe left and right is to wake
Double tap active on lower screen

That's right, WG are disabled by default and traditional DT2W and S2W are enabled.
14th June 2015, 07:29 AM |#484  
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So i was right, it was software related.
i knew your work is better than that.

but, i got confused!!!!
I am using your great kernel. but i want to be able to use wake gestures using Sense6Toolbox.

i downloaded latest kernel form download tab here.

i also installed the latest stable sense6toolbox.

now can i use wake gestures? or i'll end up in boot loops?

should i use any experimental kernel or any beta software (cause i will, i am addicted to it!)? or the above config will work?
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14th June 2015, 12:10 PM |#485  
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Didn't you read the latest posts? Install the latest S6TB and you're good.
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15th June 2015, 12:10 PM |#486  
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Didn't you read the latest posts? Install the latest S6TB and you're good.

ummmmmm, I read, and they always said that they are using a test kernel.
anyway, I came here to say that everything is working, and saw your answer.
thanks a lot.
15th June 2015, 12:17 PM |#487  
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They were testing some changes to the kernel, but wake gestures work just fine with the latest official one, as you already noticed.
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