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Power button kills a phone call

26th June 2014, 08:10 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by ldsteele

VS980 does the same thing double tap on blank screen or power button ends call. Not set to end call with power button in settings confirmed.

I checked same with mine it is not set to do that

HIT EM WIT DAT FLEX
 
 
21st August 2014, 02:57 PM |#12  
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FIX : shout down phone, press down all 3 buttons(volume up down and power) and waitfor some options to show up and turn them off.
Voila now your problem should be fix.
The option is for those whos touchscreen is not working and they can answer calls with the 3 buttons.
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i know how to fix this
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Originally Posted by Bowmanspeer

There is an option in the call settings to check in order to have pressing the power button hang up a call. My flex started killing calls with power button as soon as I got kit Kat. I found the setting feature and it was already unchecked. I set it and rebooted, unchecked rebooted about 4 times. I have tried going back to 4.2.2 but for some reason I can't. Any other ideas?

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Resolution**** turn it off. Hold down the power and up and down volume keys all at once until a new screen pops up. Select the off option. Then your phone will reboot and the problem is fixed.
Dont waste your time calling your provider they are clueless. 😀
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