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Disabling screen wakeup with charger status change in android

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I've been looking through the sources trying to figure out where it wakes up the screen when I connect and disconnect the charger. Please suggest some hint? I thought it might be NfcService, but I "froze" that service and it still wakes the screen.

posted Jul 29, 2013 by Amit Parthsarthi

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