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Technically, if your device is connected to a charger, it may be possible if your phone is rooted. You can edit the program which shows the charging animation when your phone is powered off (typically stored in playlpm or lpm in /system/bin). You could replace it with a simple shell script to reboot the phone when the time is equal to some value, ...
Ok, this is NOT the ideal solution, but is a solution (bad solution is better than no solution): Using the reference from this link i install the following app: powervolume Who replace the power button functionality (the unlock screen) with the volume buttons (+ & -) I still will be waiting for a better solution, but anyway is working now :)
You can switch to vibrate or silent/priority mode prior to connecting power to your device, it will vibrate or do nothing accordingly.
No. It is not possible in any existing Android device. If you really want this feature, you'll need to build a device yourself.
If Xposed Framework can be run on your device they you may try Xposed Additions. Under that app, choose a key to activate a trigger (a Volume key in this case) → Add a new Condition → Screen Off → tap on the new entry. Why not retain the original function of Volume key as well? Under that entry activate Click below Double Actions ...
Just go full stock with a factory flash. See if the problem is present then. If it is, it is a hardware issue, and you can claim warranty. If it works, be a lot more careful with your apps next time.
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