Question about Casio G''zOne Type S Cellular Phone
I super glued the buttons
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
If don't want the functions controlled by the external buttons (i.e. stopwatch, and are not scared of a bit of minor surgery, you can open the case, carefully remove the buttons and cut of the internal posts on the inside of the increase/decrease volume button that actuates the switches in the chassis. Be careful not to tear the seal when disassembling. If you do tear the seal, use some silicon to restore water resistance. Although, permanent, you won't experience this infuriating problem again!
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
This issue is my biggest complaint about the phone. Setting my phone to vibrate is about worthless as the phone goes to full vol or silence. (I missed most of my calls or was startled by the loud ringer due to this "feature")
I used a small diamond file to file off the extruded portion of the buttons. I think a dremel tool would have worked best to get a nice recessed finish, but filing it smooth works also.
This helped me significantly. I can still use the side buttons when I want to, and it doesnt get pressed in my pocket.
(I wish there was a better software solution)
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
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