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Question Volume Button Disable Feature

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As you know you can change the status of the ringer with the sound button at Galaxy S III. When you press up at mute it changes to vibrate and you press it at vibrate it changes to sound vice verse. But as a normal person and with a normal handling of the phone, when I want to press the lock key I mistakenly press to the volume button with the other edge of my hand because I am holding the phone...

So question is; how can I disable this "changing status with volume keys" features?
 
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If your question is about this feature on JB leak, I talk about this in the lastest leak thread :

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1871338&page=9
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I have this problem too. I hate it.

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If your question is about this feature on JB leak, I talk about this in the lastest leak thread :

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1871338&page=9

Nope it is not the same problem. It changes to Sound-Vibrate-Mute-Vibrate-Sound but the problem is, I don't want this feature!

So, any help, idea, walk through from anyone?
 
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Nope it is not the same problem. It changes to Sound-Vibrate-Mute-Vibrate-Sound but the problem is, I don't want this feature!

So, any help, idea, walk through from anyone?
Ok, sorry ! I think the solution is to modify system/framework/ext.jar.
Device : Samsung Galaxy SIII (Marble white - International version GT-I9300)
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Install Volume Control+

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....cb.volumePlus

It enables you to lock the volume in place so that the volume buttons will not adjust the volume.

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