the developer build this in but you have to know...
if you want a system screenshot instead of a limited app screenshot
do the following in ButtonMapper:
be sure to have root access
press the 3 dots
select "check for root"
now assign the screenshot functionality again to the desired button
ButtonMapper is making a "system screenshot" instead of an "app ...
To fix the issue, you will need:
A laptop or desktop computer
A USB cable
Download Universal Android Debug Tools (ADB) onto the computer
Install ADB into C:\Program Files\platform-tools.
ADB is installed and the phone is ready to be fixed. Another SE answer has details on using ADB.
Message 423 on Sony's forum provides ...
Yes but also no.
Basically, AoD is purely software. It does not require special hardware (you can even use it on an LCD screen, although it will use significantly more power and does not make much sense). This is why there are plenty apps available that let you keep your screen on.
At the same time I would also answer the question with no, because even ...
USB OTG is a hardware capability. Software can't tell if the hardware has this capability or not if it's not configured to do so. The app you show is just confirming the presence of host.xml file that you have put yourself. Also you can confirm that form adb shell:
~$ pm list features | grep usb.host
For USB OTG to work, first your kernel should create a ...