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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cloud3648, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. cloud3648

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    i love the mod the only problems i have with it. it that when i hit the power button the phone doesnt always come back on. some times i have to press the button a fews times.

    also problem number 2 is the light sensor. when im on a call and take the phone away from my face it doesnt always turn back on i have to force it back on by pressing teh power button.

    anyone else have these problems? if so how do i fix them?
     

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    I also have the same issue with the screen not coming on when I press the power button. It seems to be a lock screen issue. When I press the button and the screen doesn't come up, I just swipe my finger across the screen the same I would if I was unlocking the phone and the screen comes on unlocked.
     
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    Are you using SetCPU? If so are you using a screen off profile? If you are, what is it set to? If it's set to 245/245 try scaling it a bit higher.....try 245/384.
     
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    no im not using set cpu im just using the cm 7.1 rom and the salveged zen mod cfs
     
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    Like most problems, wiping cache and Dalvik cache can solve some of these problems, have you tried this?
     
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    ive done that before ive always had these issues on all of the cm7 versions i used.
     
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    Maybe then it's the kernel that you are using. Have you tried a different kernel other than SavagedZen? Tiamat just released a new kernel the other day, I believe it's 4.0.6;)
     
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    yes i had timat but since i updated to cm7.1 it doesnt like timat anymore so now im using salvaged zen.
     
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    I had the same problem with cm7. Every once in a while the screen would "kinda" come on, and you could see a faint and heavily blurred image of the screen. A few presses of the power button would fix it, but beyond that I found no way to completely remove it (tried cache wipes, kernals... all that good stuff).
     
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    Are those the only 2 that you've tried? There's about 8 different AOSP kernels to choose from, ranging from sbc, non-sbc, cfs, bfs;) What works for one phone may act differently for another
     
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