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Old 06-29-2009, 12:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to find software that enables me to press and hold one of my convince keys to enable disable 3G I hate going in and out of menus... RIM are you listening???? or do I need to do another "RIM should have though of this first segment?"
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actually what is needed is software that can sense if you are on the web and need 3g or if you are on a call and get an email and need 3g otherwise stay in 2g. would be great for battery life.
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That would be nice too
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I set the Left Convenience Key to Manage Connections. Not perfect but it works. Also lets me turn Bluetooth on and off.
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I use to use that but I accidently always hit those buttons so I have tuned both of them off. It drove me nuts pulling out of the holster and hitting them by accident. That is why I would love a push hold for 2 seconds. Would prevent accidental presses.
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