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8th March 2012, 08:47 AM |#81  
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This means that your built in light sensor is of poor quality. If you set it good, it should work (altough won't work great).
But don't care about it, I have just implemented what people is waiting since first release, the timer delay

Just give me some time to test it accurately before publishing it.

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Actually proximity alone works fine, it is just too sensitive, a delay would be great!
 
 
9th March 2012, 12:34 PM |#82  
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1.4 changelog:

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[1.4] Added "Enable adjustable time delay"
      Added "Vibrate when object is near proximity sensor"
      Bug fixes (improved speed)
      Now you have to click on the text to show light sensor instructions
10th March 2012, 04:38 AM |#83  
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cant uninstall.
well mates. seems me nor my brother can uninstall the app. he has the evo 4g and i have the echo. i got root he dont. please get a fix for this.
10th March 2012, 09:32 AM |#84  
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well mates. seems me nor my brother can uninstall the app. he has the evo 4g and i have the echo. i got root he dont. please get a fix for this.

Could you be clearer? What message you get when you try to uninstall it?
The app doesn't ask for any admin permissions, so it should be uninstalled like other apps.

[1.5] Changelog
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[1.5] Added a new state (BLUE ICON):
      This means that the app is "acquiring" data if the "light sensor combo" feature is active;
      And means that the app is waiting for you to cover the proximity sensor if "timer delay" feature is active
      Now is easier to understand if Smart Screen Off is active or not.
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10th March 2012, 09:39 AM |#85  
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Good app, but what about permissions?
10th March 2012, 11:48 AM |#86  
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Been using this app for a while now and have been considering buying the pro version, but now it says it isn't compatible with my phone? It wasn't like that before. Free version is still compatible though.

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10th March 2012, 12:05 PM |#87  
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Good app, but what about permissions?

Free version:

System tools
prevent device from sleeping
Allows an application to prevent the device from going to sleep.

For the PRO version:
Hardware controls
control vibrator
Allows the application to control the vibrator.

System tools
automatically start at boot

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Been using this app for a while now and have been considering buying the pro version, but now it says it isn't compatible with my phone? It wasn't like that before. Free version is still compatible though.

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The PRO version add the Light sensor compatibility: does your phone have one?
Try to install a light meter app to see if light sensor works.
10th March 2012, 03:42 PM |#88  
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I uninstalled it on his phone. Me being the dumb one forgot to uncheck device admin. :). Great app by the way. I amused all my friends by waving my hand in front of the screen to shut it off.

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11th March 2012, 04:02 PM |#89  
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Originally Posted by KyoceraEchoHax

I uninstalled it on his phone. Me being the dumb one forgot to uncheck device admin. :). Great app by the way. I amused all my friends by waving my hand in front of the screen to shut it off.

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Great but my app DOESN'T ask for device admin permissions
Thanks anyway
12th March 2012, 09:11 PM |#90  
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if I see my proximity sensor I see in it a small red light. Why? only when your program is active. What is it that light?
12th March 2012, 09:28 PM |#91  
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if I see my proximity sensor I see in it a small red light. Why? only when your program is active. What is it that light?

As far as I know this should happen only when you point a camera on your device (it can be seen only with a digital eye). Do you see it with your eyes?
If yes:
1) turn my app off;
2) make a call and cover sensor until screen turns off.

Does the light turns on?

Something about this on Google
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