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[Q] Home Button won't wake phone

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20th June 2014, 05:17 PM   |  #1  
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Just upgraded to Rooted KK from Rooted NB4 after a long and tedious process. Now the Home button will not wake the phone or take me back to home screen with single press. I am running Wanam Exposed and tried checking and unchecking "Disable wake HOME button" no joy there. Double press works, takes me to S-Voice. Long press takes me to background apps. So I know the button works. It just won't work with a single press! Anybody else having this issue? Anybody know of a fix? Is there a setting that I am overlooking? Phone works perfect other than that. It's just annoying!
23rd June 2014, 11:50 PM   |  #2  
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Are you using another launcher? I'm using Nova Lancher over stock NC2, and they have a setting for what happens when pressing home once.
Or maybe your Wanam installation was screwed, it actually disabled home button on even though it's showing it's not. If this is the case, you might wanna try reinstalling xposed framework, and then reinstall wanam.
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24th June 2014, 01:18 PM   |  #3  
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Are you using another launcher? I'm using Nova Lancher over stock NC2, and they have a setting for what happens when pressing home once.
Or maybe your Wanam installation was screwed, it actually disabled home button on even though it's showing it's not. If this is the case, you might wanna try reinstalling xposed framework, and then reinstall wanam.

Thanks, I'll give it a try. I'm just using the stock launcher , but if reinstalling Wanam does't work I will Try Nova Launcher.
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Are you using another launcher? I'm using Nova Lancher over stock NC2, and they have a setting for what happens when pressing home once.
Or maybe your Wanam installation was screwed, it actually disabled home button on even though it's showing it's not. If this is the case, you might wanna try reinstalling xposed framework, and then reinstall wanam.

Crap, uninstalled Wanam, uninstalled other modules, uninstalled then reinstalled xposed framework reinstalled Wanam. Didn't work.
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Crap, uninstalled Wanam, uninstalled other modules, uninstalled then reinstalled xposed framework reinstalled Wanam. Didn't work.

In that case, i would say fuc it and factory reset. Might have to get it flashed again if factory reset doesnt fix it. I had a wierd thing happen to me where I had to flash it twice to get things working properly.
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Does anybody happen to have the system/usr/keylayout files so I can compare them to what I got. Just in case one of mine got screwed up?
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