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Re: looking for a registry entry .

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Originally Posted by elesbb View Post
I'm looking for something that says if the proximity sensor is blocked or not . if its not a registry entry that's fine too .

thanks everyone !
You can tell if it's enable or disabled via a registry entry.

"HKLM", "System\State\Phone", "PSensorStatus"

If it's 0, the sensor is off. There may be other entries there that tell if it is being blocked as well. One way to find it would be to use kheb. You can use it to make a snapshot of the registry before and after blocking the proximity sensor. It then will then output the differences to a text file.

[APP] Kheb v1.1 - File system and registry discovery tool [UPDATE - 20.7.2010] - xda-developers
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