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[Q] Disable all animations but keep the screen-off effect?

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1st May 2014, 07:05 PM   |  #1  
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As the title says, is it possible to disable the animations but keep the CRT screen - off effect? I prefer to not have animations throughout the system and apps as I love the feel and speed of it, but by turning all these off I miss out on the much loved screen off animation.

Is there anyway to achieve this? I encountered the same situation on both TW and CM. I'm currently on TW.

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1st May 2014, 07:17 PM   |  #2  
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Use Wanam or gravity box or another xposed module to turn CTR effect on?

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1st May 2014, 07:44 PM   |  #3  
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Use Wanam or gravity box or another xposed module to turn CTR effect on?

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Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately it is not that simple as it seems that turning off animations from the developer settings (transition = "0" etc) also then applies to the screen off effect. I'm wondering if it is somehow possible to isolate the disabling of the animations to allow for the screen off to be unaffected...

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Oh you know what. ...I just managed to solve it!

Disabling all animations through developer options indeed stops the screen off animation. Leaving Window and Transition Animations Scale set to 0 means that no animations appear when loading apps for example, however by keeping Animator Duration Scale at 1 it keeps the CRT screen off animation. Job done!

Shame I had to create a thread to solve this so quickly but least if anyone else wants the speedy interface of having no system animations but wants to keep the CRT, they'll know how!

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@cd993 I dokt have any screen off animations on stock. How did you get them?

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@cd993 I dokt have any screen off animations on stock. How did you get them?

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You would need to have root and install Xposed framework. Then use Wanam to enable it

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Use Wanam or gravity box or another xposed module to turn CTR effect on?

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I think gravity box is better than other.

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