1. Master of Surgery's Avatar
    Here's my issue. On all of my previous BlackBerry 10 devices (Z10, Z30, and Q10) the small quick quarter swipe up from the lock screen just to see the time/date or notifications (peek) worked perfectly. Unfortunately for some reason on the Passport it seems exceedingly sensitive. It almost always fully wakes with the same gesture. I'm not kidding you REALLY have to try not to fully wake it up. I know you can turn the "swipe" off and use the lock button instead.... but **** that button is a pain in the *** to press while laying on a table.

    3 things....

    1. Anyone else notice this?

    2. Is there a way that I'm not aware of .... or missed (perhaps in settings) to control the sensitivity?

    3. Anyone else think they (BlackBerry) should bring back the function of pressing keys on the left side of the PKB to peek? (like on the Q)?

    Posted Securely Via BlackBerry Passport.
    10-28-14 12:50 AM
  2. calicocat2010's Avatar
    Noticed this trick in the Hidden Features thread.
    *Edit it's for ONLY 10.3.1*

    TRY this:

    Press U followed by Enter to unlock your device without having to swipe up or press the power button.

    This comes up as pop up if you do the swipe gesture wrong on the lock screen.
    12-10-14 12:34 AM
  3. rohetaku's Avatar
    Awesome thanks! That's a really neat trick

    Posted via CB10
    12-10-14 02:32 AM

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