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Jul 28, 2015, 3:57:13 AM via Website
Jul 28, 2015 3:57:13 AM via Website
I announce Version 2.0 of Proximity Sensor and Screen by Steven Stanley Bayes. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL : Look for Version 2.0 or higher of Proximity Sensor and Screen by Steven Stanley Bayes. Does not require neither root access nor any third party frames nor products.
OR Go to Google Play Store with your device. Click " APPS ". Click the magnifying glass of the search. Type exactly, character by character, :
Proximity Sensor and Screen by Steven Stanley Bayes
PLEASE, NOTE : MUST BE TYPED EXACTLY AS SHOWN, EXACTLY AT THE " APPS " TAB OF GOOGLE PLAY STORE, BECAUSE THE SEARCH ENGINE OF GOOGLE PLAY STORE IS VERY SENSITIVE. Click on the displayed app with the same name and author to download and install. The application is also available in many other app stores and online which may or may not show after a general purpose search with google.com and a web browser but some forums where the links are posted may show. READ THE INFORMATION INSIDE THE APPLICATION FIRST. DESCRIPTION : This application allows to virtually disable the proximity sensor while in call, made and received and to re enable at will. This application allows the user to make and receive calls directly with speakerphone powered thus the proximity sensor will not power the screen down. This application also allows the user to select the proximity sensor to control the screen. The screen can be selected to be always powered or not. When the speaker when in call is chosen, all calls made and received will be made with a powered speakerphone and the proximity sensor will not power the screen down when a call is made or received. The volume of the speaker can be adjusted to preserve battery energy. The device can be put in a zip bag and run while in the zip bag without taken out. This is great for wet weather and in a dusty and unfriendly environment. This also is a great health and personal hygiene option as the device will not be contaminated by ear wax and other sources of contamination and bacteria. When proximity sensor control is chosen, the screen of the phone powers down when there is an object close to the proximity sensor. Thus, the screen will automatically power down when the phone is put in the pocket or put screen down on the table. This works regardless whether the user has chosen to keep the screen to be always powered or whether the screen is normally controlled by the OS. When the phone is away from and object, the screen powers automatically unless the screen has previously been powered down not by the proximity sensor but by other means, such as the OS or a press on the Power Button. When the screen has been chosen to be always powered, the user can use the phone as a flash light which can easily be turned on by, say, placing the phone close to the chest. This way, the user can shine light for a while to see around, then, quickly stop the light and then, whenever needed, to quickly turn the light on again with just a movement of one hand and not by the power button although the power button will also
work as set up. This way, the user would save battery energy as compared to constantly flashing light which may not be needed. The power button still works but the proximity sensor, when used as a switch, is easier to use than the power button.
More information is available in the application.
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