[MOD] Wakeup with Volume Up button (Xposed module)

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dubidu

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[MOD] Wakeup with Volume Up (XPOSED module)

Hi guys,

I wrote a simple xposed module to wake the device with the PowerUp button.

1. Install xposed: http://dl.xposed.info/latest.apk (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1574401)
2. Install the WakeVolUp.apk: http://tinyurl.com/ppxhf3v/Xposed_WakeVolUp.apk

EDIT: New version: http://tinyurl.com/ppxhf3v/WakeVol2.apk

3. Enable the WakeVolUp module from the Xposed menu
XWakeVolUp.png


It should save some "power button clicks" until the flip cover is out

;)
 
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lost101

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I use Tap Tap App and just wave over the phone to wake screen. This is a good power-button saving backup, since 'Tap Tap' only works 9 times out of 10. Thanks for this module.
 

enrique097

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I get this when attempting to install Xposed. How do I fix it.

Sent from my XT1032 using XDA Premium 4 mobile app
 

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lost101

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Upload the APK to google drive and access it on your phone.
 

lost101

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I am unable to get this module to work with KitKat 4.4.2. Other modules work fine. Can anyone else confirm this is the case?
 

dubidu

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I still have to upgrade to 4.4 but I'm presume it is just a matter of finding the correct class/key to hook.
I thought GravityBox mod had the option to do the same, haven't test it but it may be an option.
 

lost101

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Yes, the latest version of GravityBox has this feature and it works well in 4.4.2.
 

gkn.112

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Thanks, but...

Thanks for your work, but I don´t really get why we´d ever need this. I mean, the powerbutton and volume-up are maybe 1 cm apart on the moto g. on devices like the htc one or similar big-ass phones where the power button is ridiculously placed, such mods are pretty welcome, i suppose.
 

lost101

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Thanks for your work, but I don´t really get why we´d ever need this. I mean, the powerbutton and volume-up are maybe 1 cm apart on the moto g. on devices like the htc one or similar big-ass phones where the power button is ridiculously placed, such mods are pretty welcome, i suppose.

Which would you rather have break due to excessive wear, power button or volume button?
 

gkn.112

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"Excessive wear" be honest, what do you do with your devices? :) I have never experienced a broken button due to excessive use... I mean, this phones are tested to last at least for several hundred thousand button pushes, right?
 

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