Can any one help me? i have the blue one and its great as long as im outside in the light. but once it gets dark i would rather the keypad didnt work at all. the lights are so dim and uneven that i cant text unless im in bright light. i cant see the letters on the keypad. is there any way besides the regular settings to adjust this manually or do i just have a busted phone?
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Try this. It stumped myself and some true experts once. We were having problems with the keyboard in a darkened room. There is a Function ( "F" or "FN") key on the lower left of the keyboard. It's labeling
is often blue in color. In low light conditions, you cannot see the
blue coloring. It is used to turn a section of the keyboard into a calculator.
That section will have dark blue numbers written on the keys that
change function. For example the K may have a dark blue number 2
written on it. In other words, When you type the Alphabet you come up
with some numbers substituted for letters and not all of the keys may function. IN YOUR CASE PUSH THE FUNCTION KEY DOWN AND WHILE HOLDING IT DOWN PUSH THE KEY FOR THE CALCULATOR. IT SHOULD THEN RELEASE YOUR KEYBOARD FOR NORMAL USE. Hope this helps you.
This light sensor senses the outside light and activates the keypad light accordingly.
When you have enough backround light the keypad light wont light up.If the background light is less then the keypad light wil light up.
You dont get the keypad light ON because the light sensor might have activated.
If in dark also you wont get the keypad light on then the fault lies with the keypad light unit.please give your mobile to the nearest authorised service centre for service.
black = ground dark green = lights on input grey = panel lights pink = on input yellow = power input orange = battery power input
nca = shield ground tan = left fr spkr + orange/black = left & right spkr -neg lite green = right fr spkr +
nca = shield ground dark blue = right rear spkr + dark green/yellow = right & left spkr - neg brown = left rear spkr +
purple/white = display dim output pink = vehicle speed input ----------------------------------------------------------------------- **** 91 park ave without delco bose =
purple/white = display dim output pink = vehicle speed input
grey = left front - neg tan = left front + pos dark green = right front - neg light green = right front + pos
black = ground dark green = display dim signal grey = panel lights pink = power antanna yellow = ign input orange = battery power light blue = right rear - neg dark blue = right rear + pos yellow = left rear - neg brown = left rear + pos .
i have only had the Q9C but i think with the all the Qs the keypad has a automatic light sensor in dark rooms the lights should bright and in light the lcd and keypad should go off and get dim
i dont know were exactly u may need to dissable the smartback light and press the lcd off light
or u may need to take it in and see if the a cell repair place can fix it i have the same problem with my Q9C i am looking now and its either my windows mobile or candlelight app but u may need to take it in
Have you tried it in the dark? There is a photo sensor that is located just above the right soft-key. It looks like a pin hole. Put your thumb over the hole and press a key on the keypad, you should see the keys light up. The purpose of this sensor is to prolong the battery life by not having to light up the keypad in the daylight.
There is a way to disable the photo sensor so that the keypad is on whether it is day or night. Look for a setting that allows you to turn the "battery saver" feature off.