iPhone 4S Lock button wakes then sleeps
I was curious whether or not others have the same problem as I do. Ocasionally when I go to hit my power/lock button to wake my iPhone 4S the phone will wake up and then go back to sleep. It doesn't always happen but when it does it can get sorta annoying. Repressing the lock button a second time usually wakes the phone back up without it going back to sleep right after. It seems like this normally occurs when the phone is in deep sleep. The funny thing is I never have this problem waking the phone up with the home button. The phone is jailbroken on 5.0.1 and I have a Otterbox Commuter case on it if that makes a difference. Any thoughts?
- 04-14-2012, 09:20 AM #2
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- 04-15-2012, 07:18 AM #11
I feel a lot better now that I know I'm not the only one with this issue! But at the same time I wonder if this is related to the iPhone being jailbreaking?
Edit: Oops, must have missed some post from people who aren't/weren't jailbroken and have the same issue.
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I agree that it is a bit annoying, as it happens to me a couple of times a week, but I think every touch screen phone I've had has done it. All of my Android devices have, my old iP4 did, and now my iP4s does. I can tell you it is far more frequent on Android in my experience, often times I would have to attempt to unlock my Razr Maxx 4-5 times in a row before the screen would actually stay on and allow me to unlock it.
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- 04-25-2012, 04:16 PM #18
My rooted HTC Incredible 2 was running a perfect OS and I never, and I mean never had any bug like a screen flicker.
Don't think I'm making this out to be some huge deal....but I fall back on my original point, that Apple and its users claim this to be a "perfect" device so naturally, a screen flicker isn't acceptable. Hopefully their next update will fix this (which i'm glad I switched to iPhone after they finally can update OTA, plugging in to update is stone ages).