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[MOD] Xposed Additions mod: More versatile buttons

3rd February 2015, 10:26 AM |#71  
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The launching of functions is the same as in the standard module.
One thing that is different though is that if you map a key to long press and hold long-long, you get the long press for the mapped key.
The standard action for long press menu is search, I have no idea why the search actions are cycled.
Why do you map multitask to recent apps, is there a difference in appearance?
I have heard Long press recent apps is Menu by default on Note 4.

Default for long recent is menu on note 4 indeed. What I was looking for was making long recent become last app and instead move menu to long back. Weird part is, I have never been able to get search by long pressing anything before this mod
 
 
11th February 2015, 12:20 PM |#72  
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Power click to greenify hibernate and lock screen...

Thanks for support shortcuts.

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15th February 2015, 03:51 AM |#73  
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Power click to greenify hibernate and lock screen...

Thanks for support shortcuts.

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I've GOT to remember this one for when mine arrives next week. After I somehow figure out how to get it working correctly anyway.
21st February 2015, 11:32 PM |#74  
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Released 3.5.0.1, based on the official 3.5.0, to add Lollipop compatibility.
(I had converted mostly myself, but adapted to the original module.)

Not ever interesting for Umeox x201 as Umeox very likely will not release Lollipop for x201, but the mod has other users.
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22nd February 2015, 11:12 PM |#75  
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So let me get this straght,with this app I can make my Volume buttons to act as any aplication I want or make the screen on or off?
23rd February 2015, 08:46 PM |#76  
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So let me get this straght,with this app I can make my Volume buttons to act as any aplication I want or make the screen on or off?

You can run any application or app shortcut from a physical key on the phone, yes.
2nd March 2015, 01:33 AM |#77  
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So how can I make this happen?Any mini step2step guide for this one?My english are so bad that I cant make this throught the settings menu
9th March 2015, 10:53 PM |#78  
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So how can I make this happen?Any mini step2step guide for this one?My english are so bad that I cant make this throught the settings menu

* Enable module as usual for Xposed
* Open GUI for this app
* Select Buttons
* Add new Key
* Select the HW key, OK
* Select the key in the list
* Add new Condition; Screen On/Off normally
* Select the Condition
* Enable click/longpress combination
* Select key, action, shortcut to map to the key combination

Note that the kernel needs support to wake up from keys, so wakeup from volume may not work.
Something like Tasker or Llama can be used for the wakeup/sleep shortcuts. Test at least sleep shortcut from the launcher.
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