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Old 06-16-2008, 06:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there anyway to prevent the Curve from going to sleep? The screen shuts off and I have to press a button to turn it back on
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It helps to save battery life. Leaving it on all the time will cut down on battery life. Goto options then screen/keyboard to set the back light time.
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I don't think that there is. It's also not sleeping (technically); it's just turning off the screen to save battery.

There might be a program to do this, though. I would check the Aftermarket Software section.
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There is on the curve.
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There is on the curve.
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I think Marathonman is saying that there's a way to adjust the timeout. There is no way to prevent the backlight from turning off entirely.

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Is there anyway to prevent the Curve from going to sleep? The screen shuts off and I have to press a button to turn it back on
Why do you constantly need the backlight on? It will kill your battery.
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Download BBLight/BBWeather/BBToday/BBReply binaries (GPL source code included!)

BBLight will allow you to keep the backlight on whenever the device is out of its holster should you choose that setting.
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