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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by adesimone29, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. adesimone29

    adesimone29 Member
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    When my phone is turned off and i plug it in to charge, it automatically turns on. No matter what, if it is plugged in charging, the phone is on. any help?

    And also, when setting a background. I use large pictrues put it only lets me select a little square of it to use as my bg, and it zooms in an extreme amount and uses taht as my bg.

    Any ideas?
     

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  2. justjimjpc

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    Touch and drag the bands of the square to select more or less of the default crop ...


     
  3. blazingwolf

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    The phone is designed to be on when plugged in to power.
     
  4. adesimone29

    adesimone29 Member
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    ya but it restricts me to a small part of the picture. for example i was tryin to make it a football player. I would stretch it, but it would only be big enough to get the upper body. and then it zooms in a lot on the upper body so ultimately you see just the players head and barely shoulders.
     
  5. adesimone29

    adesimone29 Member
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    and thanks blazing wolf, i wasnt sure about that.
     
  6. ergalthema

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    You can make the display turn off when it's plugged in. Setting is in a weird place - settings>applications>development

    Oh, and I had to restart my phone once to get it to work.
     
  7. Backnblack

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    Tap on the rectangle...it will give you re-size arrows
     

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