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[Magisk][OOSPie]Fingerprint Swipe(Left,Right,Up for Back,Home,Recents/Sleep|Brightne)

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By Aswin08, Senior Member on 19th December 2018, 02:03 PM
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Fingerprint Swipe (left,right,up for Back, Home, Recents/Sleep)

The third party custom fingerprint apps were not working after Pie update, which was so useful since this is a huge phone, so made a custom module inspired by rori's module.

What it does?
  • Swipe left for BACK/Close notification
  • Swipe right for HOME
  • Swipe up for RECENTS
  • Swipe up twice for switching to LAST APP
  • Swipe down UNTOUCHED (Default notifications swipe)


Alternate Version :
  • Swipe UP to Sleep/Lock instead of Recents

Tested on OP5T PIE Open Beta 20 to 28/stable 9.x Magisk v17.3/ v18/v19

*Uninstall/disable module before system update and reinstall / enable after updating system.

Works in most Custom ROMs like Pixel experience, test and report.


( Edit : Not working in OP6, it reportedly uses a different FP sensor and it do not recognise swipe at all
Edit 2: OP5T only)

If anyone need any specific custom actions I can make in free time.
User Requested variants attached in POST 3
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19th December 2018, 02:29 PM |#2  
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thank you for the module, can you guide us how to customise the gestures?

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19th December 2018, 03:09 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Goutham Ganesh

thank you for the module, can you guide us how to customise the gestures?

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You can't customize on the go. You can unzip the module zip and alter the key layout file to customise the swipe gesture values to the required one if you know the particular key value for that action.
For example, Key value for RECENTS menu = APP_SWITCH
Make sure you don't change the power button values.
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User Requested variants attached below - Remove my other swipe module and install this.

vA - Swipe UP to sleep (remaining untouched ie, Down for Notification)
vB - Swipe LEFT to LOWER BRIGHTNESS, Swipe RIGHT to INCREASE BRIGHTNESS (UP and DOWN untouched, ie, Notification open and close)

Instructions READ first post
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19th December 2018, 08:24 PM |#4  
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Working great, thanks for such an awesome module it is very useful.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Aswin08

Fingerprint Swipe (left,right,up for Back, Home, Recents)

The third party custom fingerprint apps were not working after Pie update, which was so useful since this is a huge phone, so made a custom module inspired by rori's module.

What it does?
Swipe left for BACK/Close notification
Swipe right for HOME
Swipe up for RECENTS
Swipe up twice for switching to LAST APP
Swipe down UNTOUCHED (Default notifications swipe)


Tested on OP5T PIE Open Beta 20 Magisk v18

(May work on op6, if not report. )

If anyone need any specific custom actions I can make in free time.

Thanks for the module man. Never really got into fingerprint gestures before but how you've done it I really like as it's very functional and convenient. Have already recommended this to some people who also seem to enjoy it. Thank you
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20th December 2018, 05:29 AM |#6  
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Thanks for the module man. Never really got into fingerprint gestures before but how you've done it I really like as it's very functional and convenient. Have already recommended this to some people who also seem to enjoy it. Thank you

Welcome.
True, this is so convenient since I started using it from nexus 6p days. One of the useful addition in Oreo.
20th December 2018, 06:24 PM |#7  
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Wow that's awesome ! Even apps on play store can't do that
20th December 2018, 07:11 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by Aswin08

Fingerprint Swipe (left,right,up for Back, Home, Recents)

The third party custom fingerprint apps were not working after Pie update, which was so useful since this is a huge phone, so made a custom module inspired by rori's module.

What it does?
Swipe left for BACK/Close notification
Swipe up for RECENTS
Swipe down UNTOUCHED (Default notifications swipe)


Tested on OP5T PIE Open Beta 20 Magisk v18

(May work on op6, if not report. )

If anyone need any specific custom actions I can make in free time.

Looking forward to trying this out. Thank You!

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Originally Posted by Aswin08

You can't customize on the go. You can unzip the module zip and alter the key layout file to customise the swipe gesture values to the required one if you know the particular key value for that action.
For example, Key value for RECENTS menu = APP_SWITCH
Make sure you don't change the power button values.

I unzipped the file and I found where to configure the values, but there are 8 of them. I know "Up,Down,Left,Right" but what are the other four? Also how do you know which is which. I mean which one represents Up, represents Down, represents Left....

Please forgive me if this is obvious I'm new to this process.
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20th December 2018, 07:13 PM |#9  
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Works flawlessly on ob21 | op5t
Many thanks OP for this ! Works flawlessly.
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Great mod and I have you rep on the other thread!

So when I'm on the home screen and finger down it shows quick settings, but when I finger up to minimize quick settings it automatically shows recents. I know that that's how you designed it but would it be possible to make it so that it closes the quick settings back first and back to home screen? Then I can finger up again to show recents. I hope my explanation isn't confusing.

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21st December 2018, 02:17 AM |#11  
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Great mod and I have you rep on the other thread!

So when I'm on the home screen and finger down it shows quick settings, but when I finger up to minimize quick settings it automatically shows recents. I know that that's how you designed it but would it be possible to make it so that it closes the quick settings back first and back to home screen? Then I can finger up again to show recents. I hope my explanation isn't confusing.

Thanks

As you can see in the op post, when you want to close the quick settings use swipe left (Back) or swipe right (Home). Else I can only make a separate module with swipe up making notification close and recents action removed.
And coming to the complex action you have request where a same gesture works differently based on the current situation, its not possible in the file I modified. I need to look into other files to understand how things work.
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