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Hi, you can locate the voce key from the top side of the screen..one side has a up and down button which is volume control, while the other one left at the other side is for voice key..

Hope it helped..

Posted on May 17, 2011

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Hi,what causes the phone to give such error <voice record>,is because there is a flex that controls the voice key when the flex is damaged it can cause such problem.

The flex is located at the top of the phone, where the screen is located.When you remove the back cover where the smaller screen is,you will located where the flex is. The flex also controls the side key function.

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You need to Add Voice to Contact first

for that find out the key which is works for Voice Commands.

By default if you hold Volume Up key or 1 or * keys any of these keys may work for Voice Commands.

Sort out then you will get an option enter voice command ..

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