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Old 08-05-2008, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Folks,

A new owner of a 8310, about a month and for the most part I like it very much. I have a question that I have not seen in the forums here before.

Is it possible to change the key stroke (* sendkey) to unlock the phone? I find it a bit auckward and would prefer space bar and sendkey, perhaps it is because I am a south paw.

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Nope can't change the key combo..would be nice...you can always just use the mute button on top and put it in standby which locks the keys, and you just have to hit the mute button again to wake it up
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Thanks,

This sounds like a solution that would help me. What do I need to do to set this up?
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Just hold the mute button down for a few, then press it again to get it to wake up...nothing to setup
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