It doesn't depend on a size of navbar. Did you write "1" into /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep file?Does not work for me.. Maybe because I made the navbar smaller with GravityBox.
Sure not, 'cause I don't have H6. Source code is available, ask devs for your device to implement it.Hi @Kostyan_nsk, you can add this feature in this kernel for honor 6? Thanks u!
It doesn't depend on a size of navbar. Did you write "1" into /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep file?
I asked one guy to check this feature on P7 and his said it works flawlessly.Yes, I did. Swiping along right to left (or otherwise) should make the device go sleeping, right? Doing this nothing happens. I assume that my firmware and settings have no influence to the behaviour of the kernel, so I wonder, why it does not work.
I'd be glad, if you have a solution for me!
My knowledge of english language is very poor. Google Translate will do it better than I.
Good news: I have successfully implemented DoubleTap2Wake driver authored by Dennis Rassmann in my Ascend P6S-U06. Because P6S and P7 have the same kernel, I'm pretty sure it will work on your device too...
can anyone pls mirror the file scripts.rar (containing doubletap2wake, sweep2sleep, fast_charge) ?
Please...someone can post scripts.rar file ?
After system boot, make sure the value in /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep is equal to 1 - there might be a problem with script execution.Although sweep2sleep fails here also, as mentioned earlier in the thread,
(/sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep value is set to 1 during init and
logcat regs show no errors or actions being triggered by sweep2sleep on navbar)
After system boot, make sure the value in /sys/android_touch/sweep2sleep is equal to 1 - there might be a problem with script execution.
Yes, source code of doubletap2wake.c is up to date.aye, sweep2sleep is equal to 1. Value is updated correctly.
Still cant find anything weird in logcat, I checked your source at GitHub and found doubletap2wake.c dated 3 Jun, is this the latest source?
Awesome kernel by the way
Your welcome Kostyan_nsk, s2s is worth having in certain circumstances, also helps tiding up the interface now that shortcut to Lock Phone is gone. To those showing curiosity, just wanted to say that I've been running this kernel for nearly one month and didn't notice much difference in battery life, networking, performance, stability, etc compaired to stock kernel.because he has found small bug
I don't have P7, I'm using P6S and it seems like Huawei has abandoned support of my device.B830 is final version.