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Old 04-26-2010, 10:43 AM
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how do you to turn off proximity sensor?

is there a way to disable it? I want the screen to turn off when I pres the power buton and stay like that until I press the power buton again. Is there a registry hack for that? TIA
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Re: how do you to turn off proximity sensor?

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is there a way to disable it? I want the screen to turn off when I pres the power buton and stay like that until I press the power buton again. Is there a registry hack for that? TIA
I have not found a way to turn it off .. I had to use black finger nail polish
to cover the sensor .. and then i use ..

[APP]Touch InCall Screen Tweak v1.2.0
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=488991
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Re: how do you to turn off proximity sensor?

what you are describing doesn't seem to be a function of the proximity sensor. Can you please explain what is happening with your phone?
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Re: how do you to turn off proximity sensor?

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what you are describing doesn't seem to be a function of the proximity sensor. Can you please explain what is happening with your phone?
I put it to the ear, the screen it doesnt always go off and I am opening all kind of stuff. I use to be able to turn it off with the power buton before. It still turns off when I press the power button, but when the prox sensor is touched it comes back on.
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