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By ahikmat, Senior Member on 7th March 2013, 03:27 AM
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7th November 2013, 04:59 PM |#301  
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Thx for v 1.5.6

Found a small glitch in German translation: Change 'Kernel wakelock' -> 'Kernel-WakeLock'

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7th November 2013, 07:45 PM |#302  
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[New version of Wakelock Detector has been released]

Unfortunately, the problem with 4.4 KitKat has not been solved yet, We need to dig more and wait for positive responses from Google.

In worst case, Wakelock detector will be separately released for 4.4 with limited features (Google closed so many doors..)

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New Version includes these features:

# Integration with Greenify, now you can directly Greenify your apps from WLD (Big thanks to Oasis Feng for collaborating with us!)
# New Disc Widget which also includes screen-on time (Blue for screen-on)
# Knowledge base entries reached to 42! (NlpWakelock was also included )
# Option for refreshing widgets on touch

more:
# Improved the old widgets
# Minor bug fixes (There was a bug for some phones with GoogleIt feature)
# UI improvements



Sorry for stupid question. How do you greenify directly from WLD?
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8th November 2013, 12:18 AM |#303  
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Sorry for stupid question. How do you greenify directly from WLD?

Check the attachment,

If you have Greenify v1.97 and above, then the button "Greenify" appears on the expanded view.
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8th November 2013, 12:21 AM |#304  
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Ah OK. I have the 1.9.5 from playstore.

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9th November 2013, 06:00 AM |#305  
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New Version includes these features:

# Integration with Greenify, now you can directly Greenify your apps from WLD (Big thanks to Oasis Feng for collaborating with us!)

No way. AWESOME! Thank you so much @oasisfeng and @ahikmat!
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18th November 2013, 12:54 AM |#307  
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After the recent Google's update for KitKat 4.4, I am discouraged and disappointed with Google's actions against developers.

I think "wakelock" info must be available for all Android users, because it is their property. They should be able to know what is happening to their phone while they are not using it.

Until KitKat the apps like BBS, Gsam and WLD gave users all these detail statistics from Google's hidden battery statistics repositories.
But starting from KitKat, they completely restricted it. Only the ROOTed users might be able to see the wakelock statistics for now. They might even disable it also in the future.

I wrote email to the person who did this. But no effect.
...

I have some idea about organizing a public Online(or maybe offline) demonstration against the Google's restricting developers and users from their freedom of knowing the detail battery statistics.

Maybe it sounds dumb, but we could join all together and do something against Google's change.
There are millions of users who resolved wakelock issues and doubled their battery life, who saved their phone from resetting or doing all costly things.

We can use famous social networks like a facebook page, or Google Plus page then
post our demands until we reach Google.

What do you think ? How much are you eager to support this idea.
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18th November 2013, 02:15 AM |#308  
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We can use famous social networks like a facebook page, or Google Plus page then
post our demands until we reach Google.

What do you think ? How much are you eager to support this idea.

I'll support it.
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18th November 2013, 12:29 PM |#309  
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After the recent Google's update for KitKat 4.4, I am discouraged and disappointed with Google's actions against developers.

We can use famous social networks like a facebook page, or Google Plus page then
post our demands until we reach Google.

What do you think ? How much are you eager to support this idea.

support!!!
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18th November 2013, 03:09 PM |#310  
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Originally Posted by ahikmat

After the recent Google's update for KitKat 4.4, I am discouraged and disappointed with Google's actions against developers.

I think "wakelock" info must be available for all Android users, because it is their property. They should be able to know what is happening to their phone while they are not using it.

Until KitKat the apps like BBS, Gsam and WLD gave users all these detail statistics from Google's hidden battery statistics repositories.
But starting from KitKat, they completely restricted it. Only the ROOTed users might be able to see the wakelock statistics for now. They might even disable it also in the future.

I wrote email to the person who did this. But no effect.
...

I have some idea about organizing a public Online(or maybe offline) demonstration against the Google's restricting developers and users from their freedom of knowing the detail battery statistics.

Maybe it sounds dumb, but we could join all together and do something against Google's change.
There are millions of users who resolved wakelock issues and doubled their battery life, who saved their phone from resetting or doing all costly things.

We can use famous social networks like a facebook page, or Google Plus page then
post our demands until we reach Google.

What do you think ? How much are you eager to support this idea.

Good idea. I'd call the campaign something like "Google Being Evil' and explain in the first line that, at the very least, they are being callous.
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18th November 2013, 11:05 PM |#311  
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We can use famous social networks like a facebook page, or Google Plus page then
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What do you think ? How much are you eager to support this idea.

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