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[MOD][XPOSED][2.3+]NeverSleep - Disable auto-sleep in selected apps

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8th June 2014, 02:37 PM   |  #21  
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Quick question.. Why not use tasker/llama rather than this module? Why do we need injection methods to prevent autosleep? Is there any benefit to this over a tasker profile?

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8th June 2014, 02:54 PM   |  #22  
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It's free

So is Llama? This is easier, but I still don't understand the mentality of using Xposed modules for simple tasks that can be done just by apps. Xposed is so much more insecure. Not saying your module is risky or anything (although the source code isn't posted...), I just see the community moving towards the mentality that Xposed is the end-all-be-all for any issue with mobile devices.
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So is Llama? This is easier, but I still don't understand the mentality of using Xposed modules for simple tasks that can be done just by apps. Xposed is so much more insecure. Not saying your module is risky or anything (although the source code isn't posted...), I just see the community moving towards the mentality that Xposed is the end-all-be-all for any issue with mobile devices.


some things can be done with apps, other canīt be managed with them like modding statusbar, gestures, hibernating apps, modding progress bars, kill toasts...
thatīs the way xposed modules are very useful and helpful.
Check it out and wonder what is possible ... CLICK ME

p.s. i use Llama too and it is one of the best apps on my device
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some things can be done with apps, other canīt be managed with them like modding statusbar, gestures, hibernating apps, modding progress bars, kill toasts...
thatīs the way xposed modules are very useful and helpful.
Check it out and wonder what is possible ... CLICK ME

p.s. i use Llama too and it is one of the best apps on my device

I'm aware of that. I'm just pointing out that there are quite a few Xposed modules who's functionality can be 100% replicated by an app that doesn't even require root access (such as this one).
10th June 2014, 06:30 PM   |  #25  
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I'm aware of that. I'm just pointing out that there are quite a few Xposed modules who's functionality can be 100% replicated by an app that doesn't even require root access (such as this one).

Then don't use it... Because choice is a thing.
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I'm aware of that. I'm just pointing out that there are quite a few Xposed modules who's functionality can be 100% replicated by an app that doesn't even require root access (such as this one).

The main reason is ease of use
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