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[Q] 'Dock Mode' and Magnetic Charging

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4th May 2014, 08:13 PM   |  #11  
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I found the solution to this issue.

If you are rooted, install Xposed and Mohammad Ag's Disable Desk Dock. Solved all my issues.

I think the dev of this module has an Xperia Z1 and has made some of the most amazing and useful modules for Xposed. I highly recommend checking them out and making a donation if you can!

ah really, no thanks. I don't interested to install other unknownly framework to my system.

for the first week I use magnetic charging and the issue (self-refresh) not happen. I'm not sure too, but I think some apk from market bring this issue..
5th May 2014, 12:17 AM   |  #12  
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ah really, no thanks. I don't interested to install other unknownly framework to my system.

for the first week I use magnetic charging and the issue (self-refresh) not happen. I'm not sure too, but I think some apk from market bring this issue..

1. Both "Xposed Framework" and the module in question are open source, so go ahead and check the code.
2. Mohammad is one of the most popular and trusted module developer around, so nothing here is "unknown".

Should you be aware of modules that you find randomly on the internet? Yes. Definitely. But you're at XDA now, and the great thing about that is that if something's not right, you'll hear it. There are thousands of people installing Xposed modules at all times, and i'll bet some of them have checked the code in the most popular modules.
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thanks for this, was going nuts trying to find a way to disable that annoying thing
2nd September 2014, 03:39 AM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by kdheepak89

I found the solution to this issue.

If you are rooted, install Xposed and Mohammad Ag's Disable Desk Dock. Solved all my issues.

I think the dev of this module has an Xperia Z1 and has made some of the most amazing and useful modules for Xposed. I highly recommend checking them out and making a donation if you can!



WOW

U r great!!!!!!


Disable Desk Dock solved all issues!!!
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