Support The OK Button...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by drath, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. drath

    drath New Member
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    Okay this might seem like a ridiculous question, but what does the OK button do??? I wish it could just send my text messages.. instead it just highlights my text in red.. nothing happens unless i hold it down. Is there any way to change what this button does? And what is it supposed to be doing anyways???
     

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  2. Super_Six_Two

    Super_Six_Two Well-Known Member
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    If you hit the right arrow then ok it will send the message. To be honest, I have never used the ok button. I just tap send.
     
  3. JDunc

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    If your entering a user name and passcode or using search, it will act as you're clicking on "Go" on certain sites.
     
  4. cableguynoe

    cableguynoe Well-Known Member
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    If you're navigating with the arrows (why would you? but you can), but if you are, then you can hit OK to open the app or text message.
     
  5. doomedromance

    doomedromance Well-Known Member
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    Doesn't the enter key do that? I'm kinda dumbfounded as for the use of the OK button too. I wish it was an alt button. It annoys the crap out of me cause on the D1 I never used the left alt and always the right one.
     
  6. JDunc

    JDunc Well-Known Member
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    The enter/return key does the same function too. Maybe I accidently hit that key instead of OK. I could've sworn I've used the OK after using search or after entering a User Name and password before.
     
  7. webmasterpdx

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    I've read that if using an xterm, OK is <CTL> and OK twice is <ESC>. I do not have independent confirmation of that.
     

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