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18th July 2014, 04:39 PM |#1  
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Ok so I bought the LG g3 yesterday and I am loving it. The screen is gorgeous without any complaint.

I loved the screen-off effect from knock-on and I have the Black hole effect. However, it worked right after I bought the phone, but I changed some settings here and there now screen goes on and off with knock-on, but it does not give the screen off effect.

Does anyone have the same issue?
 
 
18th July 2014, 04:59 PM |#2  
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Does your Settings->Display->Screen-off effect still show "Retro TV"?
20th July 2014, 12:10 AM |#3  
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Does your Settings->Display->Screen-off effect still show "Retro TV"?

No, it shows as Black hole effect becuase that is what I had. But I can switch to Retro TV, but it still doesn't change anything.
25th July 2014, 11:42 AM |#4  
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Bump, sprint user here with the same issue. I'm using art as my runtime and a few other dev settings, tried rebooting and switching the screen off settings back and forth with no luck. I'll switch back to dalvik and try again just as a wild guess...[COLOR="Silver"]

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Switched runtimes, powered off after optimization and no luck...
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Ok so I bought the LG g3 yesterday and I am loving it. The screen is gorgeous without any complaint.

I loved the screen-off effect from knock-on and I have the Black hole effect. However, it worked right after I bought the phone, but I changed some settings here and there now screen goes on and off with knock-on, but it does not give the screen off effect.

Does anyone have the same issue?

Did you guys happen to change any of your Animation Scales in Dev Options? That i think can do it and possibly ART may screw with it





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Bump, sprint user here with the same issue. I'm using art as my runtime and a few other dev settings, tried rebooting and switching the screen off settings back and forth with no luck. I'll switch back to dalvik and try again just as a wild guess...

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Bump, sprint user here with the same issue. I'm using art as my runtime and a few other dev settings, tried rebooting and switching the screen off settings back and forth with no luck. I'll switch back to dalvik and try again just as a wild guess...
Switched runtimes, powered off after optimization and no luck...



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2nd August 2014, 05:21 PM |#6  
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Confirmed, animations set to .5 powered down and reset the screen off animation setting. Don't know if all that was necessary beyond the animations but its working again. Thanks for the help
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