minus0 at peterogping.dk
Fri Sep 21 17:57:31 CEST 2012
> On Friday, September 21, 2012 07:59:11, Radek Polak wrote:
> > On Thursday, September 20, 2012 11:35:27 PM Minus 0 wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > > I wonder if it is at all possible to prevent the screen from unlocking on
> > > an incoming call? As I happen to keep my phone in my pocket, the automatic
> > > unlocking leads to the call being answered or rejected before I even have
> > > a chance to take the phone out of the pocket. Most of the time I use a
> > > silent profile, and if I walk around, I won't notice the call at all.
> > > But it will wake the phone up and unlock the screen, so random touches of
> > > the screen will make it do whatever it likes, like calling someone, e.g.
> > > an ambulance, delete all my contacts, or break my highscore in snake game,
> > > and of course drain the battery.
> > > An incoming message will wake it up, but not unlock the screen, which I
> > > think is a much more reasonable behaviour. Considering that SHR does it
> > > right, QtMoko should also be able to, I think.
> > Sure. Maybe it would be nice to add slider for answering call on the lock
> > screen - so that you dont have to unlock & press answer.
That would be awesome, but Niel's suggestion below would certainly satisfy me
> > But i cant promise if i'll have time for implementing something like this soon
> > :(
just take your time
> > Regards
> > Radek
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> But, as a first step, we could implement that the phone is always locked when it
> resumes? I could take a look at that, if everyone would be happy with it.
It was something like that I had in mind
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