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Angry [SOLVED]Wakup via Optical Trackpad

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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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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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!
 
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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/

Attachment 363293

PS Let me know if the attachment doesn't work, I had issues before.
Works awesome now! Thanks. Great work!
 
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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/

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.
 
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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?
 
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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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It works for me.
 
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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?
Each app has its own keymap, so its just a matter of how it reacts with the OS. I see no ill effects, yet.
 
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sorry I'm sorta new to this but how exactly do i go about installing this

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