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How to disable the voice key on a V600?


Feb 4, 2005, 7:08 PM
When the phone is in my pocket, I often make a call to someone on my voice dial list. I wish that I could disable the voice dial button when the cover is closed or completely since I use the voice dial feature from the Bluetooth head set.

Any ideas?


Feb 7, 2005, 1:38 PM
So let me get this straight, the phone is in your pocket, hits the vad button and starts to dial without you actually saying a name in your book?

I would say if this does happen, that with my bt headset, the name to be called via vad is always said back to me before being dialed, thus giving me enough time to end the call with one press of a button on the bt headest.

Or the way obvious but worth saying anyway.
Try a leather case or swivel holster to wear the phone

Feb 7, 2005, 2:47 PM
Thank you aprout for your reply.

I do not always wear my Bluetooth head set and it seems that my phone will interpret the sound of my pocket moving across the phone as a voice command to dial.

I have resorted to the belt clip at this time. I am still hoping that there is a setting or hack to disable the voice key when the cover is closed.


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