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[SOLVED]Wakup via Optical Trackpad

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By jcramer83, Junior Member on 19th July 2010, 10:04 PM
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EDIT. Simply upload this new qwerty.kl file to /system/usr/keylayout and everything works great! Thanks goes to Zalez for posting the file first!

I haven't seen much talk on this topic recently and I would really like to get this feature running. Does anyone know why this would not be working? I am using a non stock overclocked kernal, maybe this could be a problem? Any help would be appreciated!
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19th July 2010, 10:54 PM |#2  
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Try this qwerty.kl file. I was just monkeying around with. Works perfect for me.

unzip and then:

adb push to /system/usr/keylayout/

qwerty.zip

PS Let me know if the attachment doesn't work, I had issues before.
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19th July 2010, 11:09 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by zalez

Try this qwerty.kl file. I was just monkeying around with. Works perfect for me.

unzip and then:

adb push to /system/usr/keylayout/

Attachment 363293

PS Let me know if the attachment doesn't work, I had issues before.

It works perfectly! Excellent work- thank you!
19th July 2010, 11:18 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by zalez

Try this qwerty.kl file. I was just monkeying around with. Works perfect for me.

unzip and then:

adb push to /system/usr/keylayout/

Attachment 363293

PS Let me know if the attachment doesn't work, I had issues before.

Works awesome now! Thanks. Great work!
19th July 2010, 11:26 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by zalez

Try this qwerty.kl file. I was just monkeying around with. Works perfect for me.

unzip and then:

adb push to /system/usr/keylayout/

Attachment 363293

PS Let me know if the attachment doesn't work, I had issues before.

Thanks for the share! Real simple hack that can, and should be baked into every rom moving forward.
19th July 2010, 11:27 PM |#6  
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Does this file alter system behavior in any other way? Like, is the trackball click remapped to the lock/power button everywhere?
19th July 2010, 11:30 PM |#7  
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Tried pushing that qwerty.zip file, but it did not change track pad wake behavior.

[EDIT] Used the update.zip file found in a later post and applied it in recovery and it worked like a charm. Many thanks!
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19th July 2010, 11:35 PM |#8  
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It works for me.
19th July 2010, 11:38 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by Mr. Spontaneous

Does this file alter system behavior in any other way? Like, is the trackball click remapped to the lock/power button everywhere?

Each app has its own keymap, so its just a matter of how it reacts with the OS. I see no ill effects, yet.
19th July 2010, 11:39 PM |#10  
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sorry I'm sorta new to this but how exactly do i go about installing this
19th July 2010, 11:54 PM |#11  
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I installed this and it worked perfect. Download the file and put the qwerty.kl file in your directory that adb is located. Then follow the commands below.

while phone is powered on plug it in and then do

Code:
adb reboot recovery
Once booted in to recovery do

Code:
adb shell
mount -a
(it will give error saying it couldnt mount curtain things. This is OK)

Looks like this
Code:
~ # mount -a
mount -a
mount: mounting /dev/block/mmcblk1 on /sdcard failed: Invalid argument
mount: mounting /dev/block/mmcblk1p2 on /sd-ext failed: No such file or directory
Now run

Code:
df
to make sure that /system is in the list that it outputs.

Should look like this.

Code:
~ # df
df
Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted
tmpfs                   206848         0    206848   0% /dev
/dev/block/mmcblk0p2    198337      7453    190884   4% /cache
/dev/block/mmcblk0p1    765992    153464    612528  20% /data
/dev/block/mtdblock6    152576    122712     29864  80% /datadat
/dev/block/mtdblock3    253952    180320     73632  71% /system
then

Code:
cd /system/usr/keylayout
cp qwerty.kl qwerty.kl.old
(do this so we have a backup incase we need to go back)

now type exit and then run this

Code:
adb push qwerty.kl /system/usr/keylayout
adb reboot
once booted you should be able to power the screen on with your trackpad.

**** I have noticed that if your phone isn't waking by the trackpad try pressing a little harder or holding the button down for a little longer and then it usually works fine****
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