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24th April 2014, 10:13 PM |#11  
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For me its working only wake future. Can't lock screen with sweep :/

Wysłane z mojego HTC Desire X przy użyciu Tapatalka

I think that is why it's called Swipe2Wake. :P
24th April 2014, 10:47 PM |#12  
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For me its working only wake future. Can't lock screen with sweep :/

Wysłane z mojego HTC Desire X przy użyciu Tapatalka

It does actually have the ability to sleep when swiped, but only if Sweep2Lock(does not lock the screen, maybe it should be renamed) is not active,left to right still won't work. (Here I need some feedback, would you you guys want that to happen?)
24th April 2014, 10:53 PM |#13  
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When i want to open the controll app i just get an force close

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Logcat please?
24th April 2014, 10:58 PM |#14  
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Tested the zip and i can confirm that it works.
I'll use it for some time to see how it works. Good work.

It would be awesome to implement an option to lock the screen with a double tap,like the wake option. But one option at the time.
Once more,good work.

All the features could be enabled for sleep, but hold and double tap are functions of android that could be masked(some apps need double tap to exit). Maybe a blacklist system or only on home could work. Thanks for testing the zip!
25th April 2014, 06:45 AM |#15  
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Logcat please?

Just flashed the rom again over it and the kernel so now it works

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25th April 2014, 07:20 AM |#16  
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Its awesome.Thank you!

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25th April 2014, 07:58 AM |#17  
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I flashed your kernel but if I check software information in settings, at kernel version it remained unchanged: 3.4.0 - g8b8963c-dirty nexusprime.

I flashed your kernel over mysense dx RC4 with nexus prime's kernel.

Tank's anyway for your work!
25th April 2014, 08:58 AM |#18  
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I flashed your kernel but if I check software information in settings, at kernel version it remained unchanged: 3.4.0 - g8b8963c-dirty nexusprime.

I flashed your kernel over mysense dx RC4 with nexus prime's kernel.

Tank's anyway for your work!

Basically i think this is modded nexus prime kernel version.Anyway thats is on me :
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25th April 2014, 09:17 AM |#19  
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I flashed your kernel but if I check software information in settings, at kernel version it remained unchanged: 3.4.0 - g8b8963c-dirty nexusprime.

I flashed your kernel over mysense dx RC4 with nexus prime's kernel.

Tank's anyway for your work!

You sure you have S-Off?
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25th April 2014, 09:21 AM |#20  
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You sure you have S-Off?

No. I don't have S-off. So I guess the system is write protected.
Do I really need S-off or there is another way?
25th April 2014, 09:22 AM |#21  
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No. I don't have S-off. So I guess the system is write protected.
Do I really need S-off or there is another way?

You need S-OFF to flash a kernel via recovery, there is no other way. But you can still flash the boot.img via fastboot.
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