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This question just popped up in my mind. It would be great if someone can answer it. I wanted to know "Double Tab to Wake " reduces battery life ? Does Proximity sensor remains on if this is activated?

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It seems not to make any affect on battery life

This probably does but unoticable

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It seems not to make any affect on battery life

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Thanks! But does this feature keeps proximity sensor or any other sensor on all the time?
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Thanks! But does this feature keeps proximity sensor or any other sensor on all the time?
No sensors that i know of

I think it keeps screen a tiny bit but thats why you double tap

Tap1 - wake to check for 2nd tap
Tap2 - full power,wake from sleep

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No sensors that i know of

I think it keeps screen a tiny bit but thats why you double tap

Tap1 - wake to check for 2nd tap
Tap2 - full power,wake from sleep

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Thanks for the detailed information. I am quite impressed ..!!
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