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Question [Q] S Pen "Back" gesture not working

OP jonnydev

11th March 2014, 04:36 PM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

I just installed the newest Alliance ROM on my N7100 from this thread.

So far it looks awesome and I'm excited to get more familiar, but I'm having a problem with the S Pen "Back" gesture not working. The one where you draw a '<' from top to bottom while holding the button on the pen.

When I try to do this, I see the line being drawn on the screen but it doesn't actually do a back command. I used it all the time on the previous version of the Alliance ROM so I know I'm doing it right. I've searched through the menus to find a way to enable this gesture, but couldn't find anywhere to do it. I looked in the "S Pen" menu within the system menu, but it didn't seem to have this option.

Anybody have any ideas I can try?
11th March 2014, 09:06 PM   |  #2  
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As far as i know there are no gesture features on TW based 4.3 roms anymore
12th March 2014, 01:10 AM   |  #3  
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Because this rom including note 3 features. There is no spen gesture on note 3. back and settings buttons work with spen on note 3 so no need.

GT-N7100 cihazımdan Tapatalk kullanılarak gönderildi
12th March 2014, 10:24 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by tiger19

Because this rom including note 3 features. There is no spen gesture on note 3. back and settings buttons work with spen on note 3 so no need.

GT-N7100 cihazımdan Tapatalk kullanılarak gönderildi


That makes sense. Thanks for letting me know.
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