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[MOD] Always On Display Enabler - Magisk Module

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_mysiak_

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Dev never gave a f***. This module is EOL. Just use the substratum version on the Play Store if you want something that works without throwing random s**t at you. Just bear in mind you aren't going to get deep sleep.
Oh wow, OP creating and improving this module few times is "not caring" how exactly? If you don't like it, move on. There is no need to insult anyone sharing his/her work for free. If you can do it better, we all will be grateful if you share your own module.

Btw. study how this and substratum module work, so you don't embarrass yourself (hint, both use overlays to inject otherwise hidden settings).
 

cantalat05

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Apr 8, 2014
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Hello there.
This is a magisk module that will enable Always on Display. This is confirmed to work on Android Pie on the Google Pixel (XL), however it will probably work for most devices.

The way this works is explained here. As you can see, it's super simple!
This also requires Magisk 17.0+.

DOWNLOAD

To use it, simply flash it in Magisk Manager, then reboot. AOD will then automatically be enabled, and you can toggle it on or off in Display settings.

Happy Always on Displaying! :laugh:

Thanks so much.
I flashed but no luck for me.
There is no always on display still.

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posy

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Sep 18, 2007
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I can not download the module, do you now why? Is it deleted? Thanks

Edit
Found the file and installed whit magisk but nothing happens.
On my aod display I saw only the fingerprint.

Any idea?
 
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    Dear all,
    I have removed some off topic posts from this thread. Please show respects to developers and users who are doing work at their free time. Thanks.

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    Jerry
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    I tried this module on my klte Galaxy S5 running LOS 16, and the option shows up and enables, but when AOD is active, it blinks on and off. Besides that, it seems to operate just fine. When I cover the top of my phone where the ambient light sensor is, it stays off.

    Now, I know I'm running an older device without much hope for real AOD support, so I'm not asking you to fix my problem. But if you had an idea of what might be causing the blinking behavior, what would it be? My guess is something to do with the light sensor?
    Please try this modified AODEnablerv3 I created. All I did was let it install to system/product/overlay again but this fixed the flickering Issue I had on my Note 4 running Resurrection Remix 7.0.0
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1w9t3V8CBAWAT1KLWwinxmFVBFEl_vh1i/view?usp=sharing
    I noticed that this was changed between AODEnabler.zip and AODEnablerv3.zip so maybe the "newer" Method just won't work with our older devices
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    deep sleep working but it doesnt move around. i put a dollar bill to measure, it doesnt move. burn in incomingggg

    I use this module since its existence and i hate burn in as much as everyone else, i check it now and then with burn in fixer and i got zero nada nothing burned in my screen, stop fear mongering please.

    Great module, I have one issue, when my pixel XL is sleep for a while and I double tap to wake it up it doesn't seem to work, if I'm using it and I have it off for a couple minutes it will work, the last version before i updated didn't have that issue

    Dev already knows about the issue mate, fix will come don´t worry. Also if you get a new notification or move the device a little after it´s sleeping for a while it works, it´s weird i know.
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    You can prevent battery drain by putting phone upside down as the screen turns off in 5 seconds when phone is in pocket
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    Hi. I'm the dev of Lawnstep/QuickSwitch, and a bunch of my users have been reporting breakages when this module is installed.

    I just had a read of this thread and saw you fixed it but looking for the module directly only linked me here which only has the original module. I'm not sure if that's where my users are getting it but I had to search for your username to find this thread. (Also a little tip, id recommend not setting the priority to 1. We only set it to 99 as we didn't think others would so we wouldn't get conflicts lol. Perhaps a more random number between 1 and 99 would be better.)

    Also just one other thing, but /product/overlay doesn't work on every device as far as I know and when this module is installed QuickSwitch detects /product/overlay as a possible overlay dir and as it has top priority it will always use it.

    Have you tried putting your overlay in /vendor/overlay? That should work fine for basically every device except for huawei devices which use /product/overlay.

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