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    Default Active Display - sleep time

    My active Display continues to "breathe" during it's sleeping hours. Could this be a bug? Or did I overlook something in Settings maybe? Has anyone else noticed this?

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    Last edited by djr7572; 12-19-2013 at 04:17 PM.
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    Default Re: Active Display - sleep time

    You know what, I thought I was the only person that noticed this but you are totally correct and I would like an explanation too.......
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    Default Re: Active Display - sleep time

    Interesting. Mine used to "breathe" but ever since KitKat, it does not unless there is an active notification. Actually, I find this to be desirable behavior..... I never saw the point of the display breathing just to show the time since I rarely was looking at the right time and it just wasted a little battery. If there is an active notification, it does breathe, and more frequently than I remember it doing pre-Kit Kat.

    Paul
    Last edited by pgoelz; 12-20-2013 at 06:54 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgoelz View Post
    Interesting. Mine used to "breathe" but ever since KitKat, it does not unless there is an active notification. Actually, I find this to be desirable behavior..... I never saw to point of the display breathing just to show the time since I rarely was looking at the right time and it just wasted a little battery. If there is an active notification, it does breathe, and more frequently than I remember it doing pre-Kit Kat.

    Paul
    I'm on 4.4 KitKat as well, and mine is breathing constantly - notification or not. But it's not supposed to breathe at all during the times you set it to sleep. That's the problem.
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    Default Re: Active Display - sleep time

    Mine has always breathed during sleep. However is connected to the dock. It's in Daydream mode also during sleep time and since I use it as an alarm clock I like the function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaas View Post
    Mine has always breathed during sleep. However is connected to the dock. It's in Daydream mode also during sleep time and since I use it as an alarm clock I like the function.

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    Maybe I'm misunderstanding this. In Settings it says, "Notifications will sleep from xxx - xxx". It doesn't say that Active Display, as a whole, will sleep. Just notifications.

    I think I misunderstood how this feature is supposed to work. During sleep mode, just the notifications stop - not the overall display. My fault!
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