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Droid Bionic Dial Pad not showing up when the call button is pressed

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15th September 2011, 02:33 PM   |  #1  
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So i just bought the droid bionic, loving it so far.

But i came across this one annoying thing: When i dial a number and hit call, my dial pad disappears. Any body know what i should do to keep the dial pad active?

Edit: Pressed the power button and that brought up the dial pad visibility back, but shouldn't that be visible anyways ?

Thank you.
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15th September 2011, 03:18 PM   |  #2  
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All my android phones do that. Dialpad is hidden once the call connects
15th September 2011, 05:05 PM   |  #3  
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Shudnt it come back if u hold it off in ur hands once aftr hitng call btn

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Originally Posted by afma_afma

So i just bought the droid bionic, loving it so far.

But i came across this one annoying thing: When i dial a number and hit call, my dial pad disappears. Any body know what i should do to keep the dial pad active?

Edit: Pressed the power button and that brought up the dial pad visibility back, but shouldn't that be visible anyways ?


Thank you.

Is the whole screen turning black? Do you use a cover of any kind? Are you using phone in a very dark environment? There are sensors that detect light in the top right corner of your phone. You may be covering these sensors, and the phone is shutting screen off, like it should when you put phone up to your ear.
15th September 2011, 07:46 PM   |  #5  
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Its was the screen protector...removed it.. and it worked ...thank u fr ur help.

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Is the whole screen turning black? Do you use a cover of any kind? Are you using phone in a very dark environment? There are sensors that detect light in the top right corner of your phone. You may be covering these sensors, and the phone is shutting screen off, like it should when you put phone up to your ear.



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