Question about LG CHOCOLATE VX8500 Cellular Phone
Every time I check voicemail, my face touches one of the buttons on the touch sensitive part of the phone, causing a menu that begins with 'mute unmute...' to pop up. I have to either hold the phone away from my face or constantly be hitting the clear button to take away the menu. Is there anyway to turn that function off? Thanks for your help!
Thats very strange because as soon as i call my voicemail, the touch sensor part turns off right away. You might want to try dialing and not putting the phone to your face immediatley wait a second or two until the touch buttons lock
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
No the is not but you can reduce the sensitivity of your phone. Go to main menu-> then to settings and tools-> then to touch keypad or number 7-> then sensor level or number 1. There you can adjust the sensitivity. The lower the harder you must push the touch pad though.
Posted on Jul 25, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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