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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JJ24, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. JJ24

    JJ24 Newbie
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    Hi

    i was wondering if there is a way of disabling the side volume control for the ringer volume because i keep hitting it when holding the phone and its starting to get annoying!! :thinking:

    Also is there a way to get a widget on the home screen to turn the 3G on and off there are ones for bluetooth and wifi but not for 3G well not that i can find anyway!!
     

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  2. mmusaji

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    Not sure about disabling the button, but widget for turning off 3g is under htc widgets->settings->Mobile Network
     
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    Ahhh...you are right...it is under settings. I thought it would be freestanding.

    Thanks very muchy;)
     
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    When using the camera or doing much of anything in landscape (& sometimes in portrait) I keep hitting the ringer control. Going all the way to minimum goes to "mute" but a "up" touch re-activates the ringer. I'd like to set & forget (via widget) & if needed to "control" the volume use the widget to activate.
     
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    EXACTLY! I spend 90% of my "settings time" bumping into the volume control. Stupid design, but HTC has proven that there aren't any bright bulbs over there.
     
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