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Locking Touch Screen Whilst Making or Receiving Call

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Hi Everybody,

Have been a member for a fair while now but have never needed to post a question before, but I suppose there is a first time for everthing so here goes.

After many many PDA and Smartphone combinations I have recently upgraded to a Touch Dual ( which may I say is an excellent bit of gear)

I have one problem though, when I receive a call and talk on the phone my face or ear touches the screen an sets the alarm, creates new contacts changes the clock time, turns bluetooth off or on or any other of the hundreds of actions available to it.

Please how do I stop it?

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you can try a program named "phone screen lock"

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you can try a program named "phone screen lock"

Thanks

Will give it a go

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Thanks

Will give it a go

Did this work for you?

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I use that - it's great!

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Latest version of SlideActions does screen locking while in-call too (for free, unlike phonescreenlock :))

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Latest version of SlideActions does screen locking while in-call too (for free, unlike phonescreenlock :))

I found slide actions and installed that because its free!!!!!!!!!!

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Don't you find that you need to use the screen when in a call? for example when picking up voice messages?

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