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Old 03-15-2010, 08:49 PM
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Fn-lock when receiving calls

everytime i receive a call the phone goes into Fn-lock mode, so that the next time i try to type text i have to disable Fn before it will work. I usually type a whole line of #$469#9$$@!# before i realize it. then Del key also doesn't work before i turn off Fn-lock (of course)....Anyone else have this issue?

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Old 03-16-2010, 06:57 AM
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Re: Fn-lock when receiving calls

YESSSSS and I hate it. It usually happens when you're in the messaging folder and receive a call...and then you go back to your text message you're typing all kinds of letters and symbols. It's really annoying to me, especially since I dropped my phone in the toilet and now my fn-key doesn't work at all (thank God that's the only thing that doesn't work lol). So I actually have to come all the way out of the messaging screen to get mine to turn off. But yea I dont understand why it does that. Never have seen that before on my other Windows phones.
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