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By -Sumsy-, Senior Member on 4th December 2011, 06:24 PM
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Hi every rom I try when I make a call my screen turns off and its hard to get it back on is there an app to stop screen going off it was easy in miui as you had the option to turn it off but ICS or sence you cant .and if I get to someones voicemail I can't hang up so I get the screen back on and half the time I have to pull battery out which is anoying

Bit of a noob question but if I upgrade my hboot will this fix the problem I have as noone has mentioned my problem

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4th December 2011, 07:11 PM |#2  
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Nope, hboot won't affect it

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5th December 2011, 04:22 AM |#3  
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I am facing same problem with endymion ROM.Please help me..............
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mot.proximity.delay=150

Add that to your build.prop file.
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Hi mate where about to i put this line in the build prop do i just add it or replace it with its old one

and is there way to have it so it dont go off at all i hate it
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Hi, i had also the issue with proximity sensor, tested by i.e. sensordump app shown no activity at all so I thoght it is broken. I sent it to HTC service centre for repair. They did just recalibration of the sensor and all is working fine now.

Seems there is no any tool nor any hidden service menu on HTC Desire like i.e on ZTE devs that enables you to recalibrate it by yourself :(

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