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[Q]Disable Raindrop Protection?

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28th April 2012, 01:28 AM   |  #11  
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Well, shoot, I guess I'll eat my words... Maybe I just don't understand enough about this phone yet, but that zip only installs a touchpad.cfg file in the /system/etc/touchpad/22 folder.. which we do not have (at least I don't... does SonyaV4 have that file?).. And, if you read through that thread, people have just replaced their own .cfg files through root explorer instead of flashing the zip. So, again.. I don't get it. (did you do the same test before flashing that zip? - just checking, does the A2 even have the raindrop protection? And, why is this even a feature, who uses their phones in the rain anyway??)

Now i test it and removed raindrop protection.

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28th April 2012, 01:50 AM   |  #12  
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Now i test it and removed raindrop protection.

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For the record, my words taste great, and I will be testing this out later... very cool that it works!

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This won't work for us. We don't have the touchscreen files in the same location as the old atrix. Not sure, but it may need to be fixed with kernel tweaks... Samsung phones have a similar problem called "ghost touch". See here for their solution: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1554540




What do you mean by 1% fix? There are plenty of 1% batt mods for the A2...


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I searched the entire development thread and didn't see anything. Is it something one of the devs included in a rom and not aside?

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I searched the entire development thread and didn't see anything. Is it something one of the devs included in a rom and not aside?

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JRW put a set of them together here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...=1+battery+mod
Also, yes, they are included in most all of the available roms, as well as some additional mods have been posted within the rom threads (i know i put some together for Victory rom, cause it wasn't showing 1% increments and that dev posted his rom and left the country or civilization...).
Note that they are only for deodexed roms at this point (due to the services.jar edits required)

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After much discussion here, I decided to flash this on my Sonya V4 Atrix 2, even though I didn't need to. Well I tested it with some multi-touch tester apps and it did work for me. I didn't experience any rain drop effects or bugs after the 15-30 secs window. I think it should stay here since its a mod that work on my Atrix 2. YMMV.

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Now i test it and removed raindrop protection.

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Well I don't know what you guys did, but I tested that zip file as well, using Dotty and Mutitouch Vis Test before and after, and it did nothing for me. Still bugs out and doesn't register both fingers after 30 seconds or so until I tap a bunch of times, then it comes back to normal, then bugs out again in another 30 seconds. I double checked, and it definitely installed the new config file in /system/etc.. but no change. I'm deleting the new folders...

EDIT: Also, it definitely doesn't register 5 fingers, as the mod apparently is also supposed to do.. and read this from the mod developer (it's kinda what i said earlier):http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0&postcount=49


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