Trackpad Wake For Your HTC Desire Z
We all know how annoying it is to have to press the power button in order to wake your device, especially when your device sports a trackpad.
Well, HTC Desire Z owners can rejoice since you now have a trackpad wake tweak to solve this problem.
XDA forum member JupiterDroid has posted instructions on how to install the tweak, which is based originally off another tweak in the HTC Vision (G2) forum.
You will need root access on your device – preferably permanent root, else the tweak will not persist on subsequent reboots and the tweak will need to be reapplied. The tweak also requires GScript Lite, which is available free in the Market.
For full instructions and to download the script, head on over to the modification thread
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