I just got a razr maxx. I use go sms pro for my text messaging app. Every time I receive a text, my lock screen turns on. I found the setting in go sms pro and turned it off. However, the screen still turns on. What am I missing?
My g/f has a Vivid, and her complaint is absolutely HORRIBLE battery life. She's coming from a blackberry, so I know the screen size is making a HUGE impact. Upon looking at her battery usage, there's nothing keeping the phone awake (wakelock), so it's not a rogue app. The issue appears to be the screen usage.
This issue makes me want to smash the keyboard, or at least, punch through the screen.
If I am watching a movie and it fades to black, the screen will turn off, like to save power. Not the whole monitor, just the screen. Because when it fades up, there is about a second delay before the screen comes back.
When watching movie credits which are white text on black background its infuriating.
My s3 is totally stock. But for some reason everytime I receive a text message my phone makes two different alert tones. It also shows I still have an unread text in the notification pull done screen. How do I stop it from notifying me twice?
So, I bought the HTC One X 3 days after it was released in Aus (Optus branded) and noticed that the screen didn't turn on to alert you when you received a text message - it only played a notification tone, and the LED flashed at you.
Upgraded to Jelly Bean last night and still no change. I'm using an app at the moment, but is there a setting or something for it?
Does anyone know if there is a way to make the screen turn on when a text is received? I love the notification light (came from iphone) but I would really like the screen to light up when a message comes in..any way?
My touch screen has stopped working (looks like a broken digitizer). I can still see the screen and even make phone calls or send text messages using svoice (by double clicking on the home button and giving a voice command). I was able to connect the phone to my computer via usb port and transfer all the photos and audio recordings on the phone to my computer.