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I have this case too. very well made for the price. Bought on Amazon.
This technique is really interesting. I just bought this case. Gonna try to put the magnet on the cover. Hope it works.
 
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Update!

Works wonderfully on Megatron, a rom derived from CyanogenMod 9!

Locks and wakes the device. Same functionality as in iDevices.
 
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With the last update, this function on my TF101G no longer works.
Magnet close to the tab puts it to sleep only when there is the keyboard dock.
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Just tested with RaymanFX's new JB AOSP ROM and it works great! Now to get a case.
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Just did this to my Roocase. Really easy to do and actually manage to hide mine pretty well. Used a tiny square magnet cut an insision and managed to slide the magnet inside the existing material. Can barely notice it .

Oh and it works great on Team EOS JellyBean #55
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hi guys. i tried with JB rom (team eos) and work great for me.. a found a little magnet in my fridge and i don't have any trouble when i put the cover in the back of the tablet.. I just found the right magnet with the correct strength. this is the secret.

see my video and the pic! it's really simple!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bQG0nq2uek
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Just did this to my Roocase. Really easy to do and actually manage to hide mine pretty well. Used a tiny square magnet cut an insision and managed to slide the magnet inside the existing material. Can barely notice it .

Oh and it works great on Team EOS JellyBean #55
I am ready to do an incision on my case but can you please explain more of what to expect when I cut the surface and some tips perhaps?
I want mine to be as nice as possible. My mom brought the case so I don't want to ruin it :P
Do you have to pull some of the material out before you can insert the magnet?
 
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I am ready to do an incision on my case but can you please explain more of what to expect when I cut the surface and some tips perhaps?
I want mine to be as nice as possible. My mom brought the case so I don't want to ruin it :P
Do you have to pull some of the material out before you can insert the magnet?
Yes, you have to make some space in the case in order for the magnet to fit in.
Anyway, try it yourself first only with the magnet, carefully or covered in some soft tape (or blacktape like in the previous example, 2 posts above) so that you dont damage the screen.

On a sidenote, works great for me on RaymnFX's JellyBean (it's AOSP based)

So glad you guys liked the idea

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