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[GUIDE] S4 Proximity Sensor Fix (Blank Screen During Calls)

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5th June 2015, 07:40 PM |#21  
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Wow, following this steps help solved my problems, Thank you~!!

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Thanks for the guide!!! Manual process worked for me.

Btw, Anybody knows how to disable the prximity sensor completely?

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Thanks for the guide!!! Manual process worked for me.

Btw, Anybody knows how to disable the prximity sensor completely?

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There is an Xposed module that will do it
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20th June 2015, 09:48 PM |#24  
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There is an Xposed module that will do it

Thank you for the response mate.

I've noticed that xposed is causing some serious battery drain on my phone with any tw rom i try.

Is there a way besides that? Just wanted to know.

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Thank you for the response mate.

I've noticed that xposed is causing some serious battery drain on my phone with any tw rom i try.

Is there a way besides that? Just wanted to know.

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Its very strange that xposed would be the cause of battery drain. Xposed doesn't really do anything. It just gives access to its modules to do things.

If you have battery drain problems related to xposed its probably due to a module you were running and not zposed itself.
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Its very strange that xposed would be the cause of battery drain. Xposed doesn't really do anything. It just gives access to its modules to do things.

If you have battery drain problems related to xposed its probably due to a module you were running and not zposed itself.

Yup you're right. Did some digging and found what the culprit was. Lol. Thanks for the help mate!


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Thanks - was on the verge of throwing my phone away - this worked flawlessy!
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