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Old December 19th, 2012, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Every time I use the default phone app it blanks the screen and there is no dial-pad visible, so makes it impossible to communicate if the dial-pad is needed (automatic response menus). I see no way of adjusting this in the phone apps settings. Is there a workaround or is there a better phone app that I can replace the stock one with?

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Every time I use the default phone app it blanks the screen and there is no dial-pad visible, so makes it impossible to communicate if the dial-pad is needed (automatic response menus). I see no way of adjusting this in the phone apps settings. Is there a workaround or is there a better phone app that I can replace the stock one with?

mine does that but a push on the power button brings it back up
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Finally fixed the problem. It's the proximity sensor under settings/display. Keeps face from punching keys, but mine was set too high. Adjusting it also made the dialpad and end button come back.
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