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[Q] Wake up phone with home key, I don't want recent apps

21st January 2014, 11:55 PM   |  #1  
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When I wake up my phone with the home key, it usually takes me the the "recent apps" screen (as if I long-pressed home), so I have to press 'back' to get rid of it. I just want it to turn the screen on.

I am running Slimkat 4.4.2 with Nova launcher. I can't find a setting on the rom or Nova to disable this.
It did the same thing when I was on Whomp rom (with Nova).
It doesn't seem to do this on the stock launcher. Is this a known Nova issue?

Anyone else have this issue, or a solution?

Thanks!
Mike
20th February 2014, 07:25 AM   |  #2  
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It could be nova launcher. I use apex and don't have this issue

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23rd February 2014, 09:57 PM   |  #3  
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When I wake up my phone with the home key, it usually takes me the the "recent apps" screen (as if I long-pressed home), so I have to press 'back' to get rid of it. I just want it to turn the screen on.

I am running Slimkat 4.4.2 with Nova launcher. I can't find a setting on the rom or Nova to disable this.
It did the same thing when I was on Whomp rom (with Nova).
It doesn't seem to do this on the stock launcher. Is this a known Nova issue?

Anyone else have this issue, or a solution?

Thanks!
Mike

I'm using CM 11 and since it's using 4.4.2 Kit Kat so I don't know if SlimKat have the same... you may solve it if you go to your phone settings - buttons - home button and put a check there. There are other adjustments under buttons setting you can find there too.

Good luck!
Last edited by jplecher; 23rd February 2014 at 10:02 PM. Reason: wrong quote
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