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Mobile World Congress 2019

Sonys Press conference from MWC took place this monday
If you missed it you can watch it here.
Please join the discussion here and share your thoughts on what was anounced here. MWC 2019 discussion.

Double tap to sleep screen

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Double tap to sleep screen

I used XZ before and just change to use XA2 Plus, but found that the double tap to sleep screen or on is missing. Does this function not avaialble in XA2 Plus?Question

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Re: Double tap to sleep screen

Hi @Valparaiso, welcome to our forum!

The features tap to wake and tap to sleep are not available in the Xperia XA2-series, that is why you are not able to find them in the Settings.

I hope that answers your question!


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Double tap screen to wake up & sleep in next

Could Sony consider seriously the implementation of double tap screen to sleep & wake up in next XA2 plus software update ?

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Re: Double tap screen to wake up & sleep in next

@Happyowl 

 

This seems to be a hardware limitation issue




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