I chose this phone for it's durability. Unfortunately my sacrafice is that the external buttons are constantly turning on/off the exteranal speaker and the ringer is constantly being turned off. I have a couple of friends with the same complaint. Is there a way I can disable these external buttons.
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Re: Casio Gz one external buttons
Hi its bad news im afraid these cant be turned of not even using the software to reset the phone on to reprograme it the button fails due to the pressure on the pads getting weaker and then it constantly keeps making contact with the buttons see next post
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Some phones are more durable then others depending on where it was dropped from and how hard of a surface the phone landed on. Unfortunately from your description, there isnt much that can be done. Most likely your phone landed the wrong way and it blew some circuitry in the phone. U can always try to take out the battery for a few minutes, replace it and try turning it back on. But this almost never fixes the problem. U most likely need a new phone.
The same thing happened to my Gz One Boulder. I sent it back to Verizon for replacement. The 2nd Gz One Boulder also had problems with the charging port within 2 weeks after I got it so I sent it back too.
I am now on my 3rd Gz One Boulder. I've only had it 2 days. Time will tell if the charging port on this one will hold up. Frankly I doubt it.
My best advise to you is get a different phone if you have the opportunity to do so.
access your account online and block all of those things in your plan options, or you can call verizon wireless and tell them all the things that you listed here and they will have your phone block them
I've never heard of an adapter and after a quick google search and all the options voided the warranty, but if i were to make an educated guess... the easiest way and unfortunately bulky way of doing this would be to use the av jack and the cable that came with the camcorder, take one or both of the RCA stereo ends and pass them through a mic - line level converter and that should work, or you can use one of the stereo RCA ends and use a rca to phono adapter and then connect a headphone volume amplifier to that. Other than those choses, I see no other way to monitor your record volume with headphones.
JVC has been approached about this and they said they didn't include a headphone jack to reduce cost, but seriously. how expensive could that have been?