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Default Power Button/Response

I think when holding the power button down the time it takes for the power menu to popup is too long. Like 2 seconds too long. Anyone know of a way to change this?
 
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I just timed it.

It takes EXACTLY 2 seconds for the menu to come up.

So it's 2 seconds too much for you? Would you like the menu to come up instantly so that you have no option to turn your screen off with the power button?

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I think it's just fine. Literally takes 2-3 seconds. Don't see why you would need it shorter

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Compared to how long it takes on my previous Nexus 5 phone, it does feel too long.

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I just timed it.

It takes EXACTLY 2 seconds for the menu to come up.

So it's 2 seconds too much for you? Would you like the menu to come up instantly so that you have no option to turn your screen off with the power button?

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Thanks for timing it. Since it's exactly 2 seconds then it is about 1.2 seconds too long. I too came from nexus and its defiantly too slow.
 
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Based on other android phones I've used, like nexus 5, gs3, lg nitro HD, etc, the delay LG has set on the G3's power button does feel a bit longer, I'd say a second longer. Is it a big deal? definitely not, but to those who are accustomed to a faster response time and probably because they use the power button for certain things, then yes, the longer delay does feel too long. I personally would like the stock android delay, which I think is only 1 second.

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Based on other android phones I've used, like nexus 5, gs3, lg nitro HD, etc, the delay LG has set on the G3's power button does feel a bit longer, I'd say a second longer. Is it a big deal? definitely not, but to those who are accustomed to a faster response time and probably because they use the power button for certain things, then yes, the longer delay does feel too long. I personally would like the stock android delay, which I think is only 1 second.

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im sure someone is going to come out with an xposed module to fix this delay. I surely hope so
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