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Default Home button clicks twice?

Weird issue...I noticed it after installing 4.4...thought at first it was just a "feature" of the launcher...that every time I clicked home to exit an app it would take me back to the main homescreen as well...

But after installing Nova I notices if I hit home to bring up the previews it quickly exits back to the home screen...so my home button is registering two clicks each time I hit it

JCase's root exploit and Write Protection off will survive a factory reset correct?...

I think that's what I'm gonna try

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This is a known issue that pretty much everyone on 4.4 is having. No clue when its going to be fixed.
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Weird issue...I noticed it after installing 4.4...thought at first it was just a "feature" of the launcher...that every time I clicked home to exit an app it would take me back to the main homescreen as well...

But after installing Nova I notices if I hit home to bring up the previews it quickly exits back to the home screen...so my home button is registering two clicks each time I hit it

JCase's root exploit and Write Protection off will survive a factory reset correct?...

I think that's what I'm gonna try

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If your using Nova, you can disable the multi desktop view with Nova settings, makes the home button thing be less annoying.

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Yeahhhh went ahead and ran a factory reset and its still there so I figured it was a bug...oh well...

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this was actually an issue for me in 4.2.2 after the camera update
 
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Had the same issue with Nova.. All you gotta do is go in to gestures settings and change home button to default page and check only on default screen box to make it stop doing that

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Ok good. Glad I'm not the only one. I was worried there for a bit.

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Same issue with ADW Launcher Pro. Same solution, too... I just set home button binding to default screen, instead of default/preview.
 
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had same issue here..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2578774

all i did was set the home button to none.. and problem solved. hope there is a fix.

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