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Hi, am using htc touch, wenevr i connect my headphones,which ever is the last call ,.it gets automically dialled.this is because of voice commander... PLS let me know how to disable this voice commander,or give option to rename it.

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Hi, you can remove the voice command by using the manual for instruction. You can download the manual from the below link:

member.america.htc.com/download/web_materials/Manual/HTC_Touch_Viva/Opal_HTC_English_UM_1013.pdf.

hope it helped.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

  • bharani_shan Oct 13, 2010

    hi tanx for reply...but its no where given in manual..please help out

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