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By XPERIAAplooper, Junior Member on 10th December 2013, 01:59 AM
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is it possible to implement this feature in one of the kernels like doomkernel or something?

this feature allows you to wake up your device by double tapping on the lockscreen, as seen on the lg g2. i think it would be great as i have had bad experiences with loost buttons after repeated pressing.
 
 
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is it possible to implement this feature in one of the kernels like doomkernel or something?

this feature allows you to wake up your device by double tapping on the lockscreen, as seen on the lg g2. i think it would be great as i have had bad experiences with loost buttons after repeated pressing.

no. forcing screen to remain active to touch on tft screen that would be a big batery usage... even if someone cn do that it wil be alot of probs.. just my point of view~~
10th December 2013, 03:56 AM |#3  
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is it possible to implement this feature in one of the kernels like doomkernel or something?

this feature allows you to wake up your device by double tapping on the lockscreen, as seen on the lg g2. i think it would be great as i have had bad experiences with loost buttons after repeated pressing.

You can use the volume buttons to wake the device too.

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