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Old 07-18-2010, 03:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
THe "pusher" to lock the keyboard at the top of the phone is broken. Do you know if there is another way to lock/unlock the keyboard ?
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Old 07-18-2010, 11:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Its called the Mute key, and it enables/disables the Standby mode
There's no other way to enables/disable Standby

And since the BB won't automatically go into Standby mode, just remove and replace the battery so the phone restarts.
And don't try to use the feature until you get that Mute button fixed.
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If you get an original Blackberry case, you'll be able to automatically place the phone on stand-by when you insert your phone into the case. It is called something like "proximity stand-by" and it uses some kind of magnet.
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Set a password, then press the "K" key to engage the password lock.
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Originally Posted by edcaimos View Post
If you get an original Blackberry case, you'll be able to automatically place the phone on stand-by when you insert your phone into the case. It is called something like "proximity stand-by" and it uses some kind of magnet.
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I forgot about that one
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