|Issue 39916:||Shutdown while locked screen possible|
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Hi Android-Team, it happened many times with Samsung Galaxy Nexus. When I put the device in my trousers pockt while sitting a longer time - mostly at work - the device shuts down without doing anything. When the device is laying on the table this regularly does not happen but I had some misterious automatic shutdowns. Now I figured out, that it is possible to activate the shutdown dialogue when screen is locked by pushing the power button. I think what happens is that skin contact in my trousers pocket really touches the neccessary buttons. Possible? Does that really make sense? I don't think so. All buttons on popular Android devices are too easy to reach. I think this function should be deactivated. What do you think? Please give me tip what could be wrong with my device. If my idea of the problem is not correct. See screenshot! byebye Tillmann NOTE: This form is only for reporting user bugs. For all other user discussions please visit: http://groups.google.com/group/android-discuss Please describe the problem in detail. Be sure to include: - Steps to reproduce the problem. - What happened. - What you think the correct behavior should be. Don't forget to mention which device you have, and which version of Android is installed on it. (Find it under Home > Menu > Settings > About phone.) If you happen to have a development environment, please also run "adb bugreport" and archive the output as it could help diagnose the problem.
Mar 1, 2014
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