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Old 09-03-2007, 02:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if you can go to your calendar while you are on the phone with someone...I haven't figured out if you can do this and can't seem to find anything anywhere that will direct me. Thanks...
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While on a call, hit the escape key (don't hold it, just push it once.) It will ask if you want to exit to home screen. Say yes and then navigate to your calendar.
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And then make sure that when you're done with the calendar, you don't hit the end key to hide it. I've done this FAR too many times. Especially when on a headset
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Speaking of,....I think Rim needs to get rid of the screen that pops up when you try to escape from a phone call, or have a check box that allow it to never be shown again.
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