Shift + Delete.

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Roms' started by Dealth0072, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. Dealth0072

    Dealth0072 New Member

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    Ever since I put Fission on my D2G, I've noticed that during a text, or anywhere if I do Shift and Delete by accident, my phone will lag extremely for around 5 seconds, I mean completely unresponsive, in between small vibrations. What is this?

    On the physical keyboard that is.
     
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    I know if you press shift, delete and enter together your phone will reboot. It could have something to do with that or it could be a bug. weird though, I tried it and it doesnt happen on my d2. Maybe its a bug with the global build.
     
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    Yes it happens on my global as well...

    I will install alogcat to maybe poke around at whats going on.




    I kill threads
     
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    Shift+delete starts the dumpstate command in androids system, which is used for bug reporting. Why this is in fission for the global and not the 2 is beyond me.

    The vibrations tell you, 'Hey, Im starting dumpstate to make error logs for you' and 'The logs are done'. Beyond this i have no idea, I'm no android or linux dev




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    Alright. Cool. Now is there anyway to disable this shortcut? It's somewhat annoying when I use it during a long e-mail/text message unintentionally.
     
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