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why android does not have hardware hold button?

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Oh yes, it is true. I had never noticed that feature!
 
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Do MX player lock works on all apps or only when you have mx player running

how about when you browse and watch Flash movie on flash website

I am looking for ways to prevent accidental button press ..

pressing the power button turns off the screen as well.
 
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It's not on all the apps. But some do, like MX. Maybe this stuff should go on the android design site
 
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you mean each app developer has to keep this in mind?

maybe I can suggest to youtube, skyfire and dolphin browser app to add the feature

other reading app .. where you can spend a long time on one single page.
 
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I think YouTube kindaa has this. Where I think if you don't see the controls any more, you have to tap the screen once to activate the controls before you can use them.
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