@moneytoo hopefully I'm not the only one that's been experiencing this, but I've noticed according to 'A1 CPU Tool' that my phone no longer goes into deep sleep after charging my device wirelessly with this module loaded. I tested this by rebooting my device and leaving my device alone to verify it's capable of achieving deep sleep. Few minutes later I began charging via a wireless charging pad and after removal from the pad I left it alone to go into deep sleep. It never did. I rebooted and repeated the steps except this time I charged via a wire where it did go into deep sleep after removing it from charge. Wondering if it was a fluke I placed it back on the wireless charger and again it never went into deep sleep after removal. Final test I disabled the module, rebooted and charged wirelessly before removing it from the pad and letting it go into deep sleep. This time, deep sleep was achieved. Unfortunately Xposed Installer does not show any issues in the logs for when this module is loaded and when placed/removed from the charger so I'm not sure what's preventing the device from going into deep sleep. I'm on T-Mobile's 4.4.2 stock ROM with Wanam Xposed being the only other Xposed module that has anything to do with wireless charging... let me know if you're able to reproduce this and if you need anything from me to diagnose.
@moneytoo are you not experiencing this no sleep bug with your module?
@moneytoo looks like according to BBS the culprit is PowerManagerService.Broadcasts that's stuck preventing the device from going to sleep. any idea why this might be happening when this module is loaded and used?
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