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I'm looking for a kernel which will allow me to double tap the screen to unlock it

I'm currently running PA latest version

thanks in advanced

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double tap to unlock wouldn't be a kernel function but an OS/ROM function, no? Double tap to wake is a kernel function, that's common amongst all kernels, I believe. It just needs to be activated.
 
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double tap to unlock wouldn't be a kernel function but an OS/ROM function, no? Double tap to wake is a kernel function, that's common amongst all kernels, I believe. It just needs to be activated.
Activated by app/rom (which typically loads a module), but kernel needs to support it as well. I recommend Touchcontrol.
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im running PA and he's asking to change to stock kernel
should i allow him?
no other way?
 
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im running PA and he's asking to change to stock kernel
should i allow him?
no other way?
You don't have to use stock (modded) kernel. A bunch of custom ones have module support too-franco, hells, faux...
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