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Support SGS buttons question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lcgreen, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. lcgreen

    lcgreen Well-Known Member
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    How does the d-pad thing feel?
    I see that its slightly reclined, so is it capacitive or can you actually click on it? whats the function if you press it down like a button?
     

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    Feels fine. It's basically the home button. If the display is off you can press on the button to turn on the screen and swipe to unlock. Long press to switch between apps. You can click on it anytime anywhere to bring up the home screen. The 2 buttons on either side (back button & menu button) are touch sensitive though.
     

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