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Blue circle around bottom menu buttons when pushed

I recently started having a blue circle around my bottom menu buttons and also a few other menu options when pushed. What does this mean? Can I stop this blue circle?

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Haha, that is normal :) that happens when you press anything to show you what you have pressed :) and im sorry no, its how the phone was made.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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