Has anyone figured out how this works?
Settings -> display -> in pocket
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It worked too well for me. It uses the same sensor as if the phone was on your face during a call. Locks the screen and the buttons. Problem is if I hold the phone in a direction that covers it, my phone will lock on me.
From my understanding it will lock your phone if it is in an upright position and something covers the proximity sensor. So if you put it in your pocket top first then it wont shut it off, but if you put it in your pocket bottom first it will.
I don't put mine in my pocket so its not beneficial for me, definitely more problems than what its worth.
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Im running a droid 3. I've noticed that if you hold the phone upright, there's a little dim red sensor light on the face top. Inbeteen the ear speaker and the front camera. If you cover the light for about a second, it locks. Mine seems to work better at night because the sensor doesn't always light up with too much light.
Oh yes, pocket detection!
When using screen protectors I've noticed that I always have to cut around that small sensor area (top left of screen) or else pocket detection becomes more frustrating.
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