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[Q] How is Knock Code supposed to work?

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I'm not familiar with it but dorimanx kernel might fix it for you. I used it myself when I was on stock 80220d to fix knock code. I've switched to pardus 7.0 now though.

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What firmware are you on?

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Hmm. Strange. A bunch of people - myself included - have had knock code issues with that firmware. Guess it's not as universal as I thought.

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Same here.

Will also note that the code also takes into account the timing of the taps.

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All the reading I've done says that timing does not matter, only the code sequence.
 
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I've heard that only the D802 model can Knock on to Home screen. Even with custom kernels and Roms it won't do that on D800 model. I've tried every possible kernel/Rom combination.

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All the reading I've done says that timing does not matter, only the code sequence.
Just tested on mine and you're right timing doesn't matter however if I go slower it doesn't always unlock the phone.

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I hope i will get the update from LG soon. I want to try that knock code. I hav D802 international.
 
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U Must have a knockcode enabled kernel.
Stock kernel don't have it. Except 80220d.

Habe u tried dorimax using his on my 802 and have fully working knockcode

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