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[Q] Optical Sensor button mod for awake ?

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2nd August 2010, 04:14 PM   |  #1  
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anyone have a mod for optical sensor button ? i saw some post for other device and i tested on my phone and it went into a boot loop. this will be a nice mod since the power button is on the top right side of the phone and is kinda hard to press.
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That doesn't work for everyone, so a more permanent solution will have to be devised.
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That doesn't work for everyone, so a more permanent solution will have to be devised.

i've done this mod that exact same way on my aria with 4 different roms with no issues at all every time.

you really just need to save the qwerty.kl file and push it to the phone. reboot into recovery, go to the partitions menu, mount the system partition, push the file via adb, reboot your phone and voila.
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anyone have a mod for optical sensor button ? i saw some post for other device and i tested on my phone and it went into a boot loop. this will be a nice mod since the power button is on the top right side of the phone and is kinda hard to press.

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2nd August 2010, 09:02 PM   |  #7  
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Please take a moment to review the forum rules with regards to searching existing threads prior to creating a new one, and also regarding the proper sections to post in. Moving to General as this is not a Development thread.
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you really just need to save the qwerty.kl file and push it to the phone. reboot into recovery, go to the partitions menu, mount the system partition, push the file via adb, reboot your phone and voila.

oh my gosh that seems painfully complicated considering the simplicity of the issue. that's kinda funny really
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i've done this mod that exact same way on my aria with 4 different roms with no issues at all every time.

you really just need to save the qwerty.kl file and push it to the phone. reboot into recovery, go to the partitions menu, mount the system partition, push the file via adb, reboot your phone and voila.

I've done that. The qwerty.kl method just simply isn't working for some people.
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This worked for me
Couldn't figure out how to add attachments to this post, and it won't let me add an external link since it's a new forum account. google ojwake-signed.zip or something.

Steps: Load file to SD card, boot in to recovery mode, install zip, locate this zip on flash card, reboot.
(ojwake-signed.zip)
Don't remember where i got this, but kudos to that guy!


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