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AtomicMod Issue

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Firstly, I hope everyone had a brilliant time entering the new year?

Hi all,

I have AtomicMod B170712 installed on a Orange Monte Carlo (my spare phone), & whenever a call is made, or received, the screen goes blank, & no matter what button I press, it will not come back on.

Any advice/help will be greatly appreciated as I like this ROM.

Thanks. :P

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Calibrate proximity sensor. Search for the app in play store. Open and click Calibrate. That's it.:)

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Calibrate proximity sensor. Search for the app in play store. Open and click Calibrate. That's it. :)

It says 'installed'..............eh? :(

EDIT - Grrr, this is seriously driving me nuts now! Nothing I try seems to work! :angry:

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Try changing your rom then. It might be due to Rom.

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Find an app called something like 'ZTE proximity calibration'

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Find an app called something like 'ZTE proximity calibration'

I thought that app only worked on stock?

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In some old topics this was often answered: tilal6991 - "Try this - type this into dialer - *983*0#. Go to sensors and while not covering the sensor click calibrate."

Old Topic - Oh and google is your friend!

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I thought that app only worked on stock?

It's stock-based so I assume it works.

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