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Support LED soft-key issue.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mjcanton, May 3, 2010.

  1. Mjcanton

    Mjcanton Well-Known Member
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    Has anybody else had an issue with the soft-keys at the bottom of the screen? Mine randomly do not light up and I have no idea why. I think it is more of a software issue maybe. I didn't see anything that had to do with settings.. Is anybody else having these issues?
     

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  2. wase4711

    wase4711 Well-Known Member
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    outside chicaago
  3. 5thElement

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    There is no issue.

    They only light up in low light. To prove this, put your hand over the sensors and they will light up in about 5 seconds.
     
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  4. Mjcanton

    Mjcanton Well-Known Member
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    ZOMG no way. haha just kidding... but really, that makes me happy.
     
  5. sequre

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    I found this earlier too. I realized then what those sensors were for. :)
     
  6. falltime

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    I do have an issue with them for a different reason.

    1. They light up too easily - I mean low light is one thing but almost all conditions except for midday sun seems to be low-light (slight exaggeration)
    2. And more important - I often dont WANT them to light up (or at least want them to time out) - I I am watching a video in low light I dont like that the buttons burn away - HTC should allow either a slider to adjust sensitivity or at least the option to turn the lights off all together (or both)
     
  7. cleverlytwisted

    cleverlytwisted New Member
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    Yes, I would love the option to turn them off or at least down. Or perhaps a timed off function... in low light situations they are brighter than the screen and incorrectly add light to the bottom portion of the screen.
     

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