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I have a problem with my HTC Wildfire S.
From several days the display lightens in random intervals. Do you have any ideas what can make this happen? It just shows the lock screen for a few seconds and then again goes to stand by...
 
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Best ask you question here, they know you device the best: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1035
 
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I have a problem with my HTC Wildfire S.
From several days the display lightens in random intervals. Do you have any ideas what can make this happen? It just shows the lock screen for a few seconds and then again goes to stand by...
i am also facing the same problem...
did u get it resolved?
 
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U just need to add a line to build.prop. search for it u may find it. It happened to my phone after I s-off my phone (its also wildfire s). And I suspect my proximity sensor is collapsed. May be the same case with you.

Open es file explorer
Go to system/build.prop
Add a line (gsm.proximity.enable=false)
Without bracket. Restart.

You should search about it and confirm first. I did this to my wildfire s. When u do it will be at your own risk and responsibility. It should disable the proximity sensor.

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Also I think its just happening because u enabled automatic brightness. Try display settings. Set a fixed brightness. That will help for sure.

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