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Default Double Tap To Wake In Kitkat Update ?

Recently Sony D6503 aka Sony Sirius New UI Screenshots Leaked, its running kitkat 4.4.2 ,i found one interesting feature in it double tap to wake or lock, At present sony has only display technology is triluminous display z ultra,z1,z1 compact even sony sirus D6503 has triluminous display , so can we expect double tap to wake or lock in sony z ultra in kitkat 4.4.2 update ?

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Recently Sony D6503 aka Sony Sirius New UI Screenshots Leaked, its running kitkat 4.4.2 ,i found one interesting feature in it double tap to wake or lock, At present sony has only display technology is triluminous display z ultra,z1,z1 compact even sony sirus D6503 has triluminous display , so can we expect double tap to wake or lock in sony z ultra in kitkat 4.4.2 update ?

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Tap to wake will have nothing to do with the display tech the phone uses, I think it is a feature within the snapdragon SoC. So it might happen
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Afaik, tap-to-wake is just a kernal related thing....
It depends on Sony to spend us this little nice feature....

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Yep tap to wake is only part of the kernel. So if Sony wants to they can give it to which phone they like.

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Will this improve chances of getting double tap to wake on our beloved XZU

http://www.androidauthority.com/enab...-zr-zl-347946/

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Will this improve chances of getting double tap to wake on our beloved XZU

http://www.androidauthority.com/enab...-zr-zl-347946/

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As I said above, it's a hardware feature:
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required drivers were present in the original firmware, but they were locked. The mod simply unlocks them, and, because this is a hardware-level function, battery life shouldn’t be affected significantly.
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