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Lumia 620 soft key backlight?

OP Mata_Ratos

9th September 2014, 12:09 PM   |  #1  
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I bought a used Lumia 620 that wouldnt boot. Re-flashed it, it boots now. The proximity sensor doesn't work, but so far everything seems to work. Except softkeys backlight. But I don't even know if this phone as backlight in the soft keys... I don't know anyone who owns one, and I've searched all over the net with no answer, even googling for some pictures of this phone.
If it has backlight, for what I've searched, it's probably related to the proximity sensor not working.
Can anyone answer me this?
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10th September 2014, 12:38 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Mata_Ratos

I bought a used Lumia 620 that wouldnt boot. Re-flashed it, it boots now. The proximity sensor doesn't work, but so far everything seems to work. Except softkeys backlight. But I don't even know if this phone as backlight in the soft keys... I don't know anyone who owns one, and I've searched all over the net with no answer, even googling for some pictures of this phone.
If it has backlight, for what I've searched, it's probably related to the proximity sensor not working.
Can anyone answer me this?
Thanks

This model does have backlight for capacitive keys and it's tied to ambient light sensor, if it's enough light - backlight off , if it isn't enough light - backlight on.
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10th September 2014, 11:41 PM   |  #3  
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This model does have backlight for capacitive keys and it's tied to ambient light sensor, if it's enough light - backlight off , if it isn't enough light - backlight on.

Thanks, ambient light sensor and proximity sensor (same module) are busted, so that's why soft key backlight isn't working.
11th September 2014, 08:05 AM   |  #4  
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Thanks, ambient light sensor and proximity sensor (same module) are busted, so that's why soft key backlight isn't working.



Well, idk how it was factory configured to work, but logically it now receives "value = 0" from the sensor so it should stay on all the time, but maybe I'm wrong
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