I know how to turn off the annoying water drip sound on the phone keypad but I would like to have the dtmf standard keypad tones when i press the keys.
Does anybody know how to do this?
I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 on VZW. Often when I make a call that requires keypad presses (e.g. for menu selection), I touch the keypad icon, but the keypad goes blank when my finger approaches it, then reappears (after a couple of seconds) when I pull my finger away. I have to hang up and start the call again, hoping that the problem will not reoccur, which it does about half the time.
My laptop has a number keypad along side the alpha numeric keys. I started up my laptop this morning and the numeric keypad isn't working. I've confirmed Num Lock is on and tried a good old fashioned reboot but it's still the same. Any ideas what could be causing this? Thanks.
I need to replace the Android soft keyboard with a specialized keypad. Can I do this with Titanium? I already have a view with a specialized keypad, it's supressing the native kbd and using my own that's at issue. Another angle would be to create pseudo input fields from labels and call my keypad via some touch event. Anyone been down this road with Titanium?
I searched and I'm not understanding what I need to do, so please explain or point me to a good link. My ChaCha is s-off(xtc-clip), unlocked bootloader, CWM and flashed in Hexgores stock plus ROM. My keypad, mainly the symbols when using the alt. key, are not functioning. I know I can manually remap the keys, but I'm not understanding how.
My "phone keypad" started not working (when I touched the letter it was inserting the number) so I decided to install an other similar keypad. I found that EzInput has the same look as phone keypad so I downloaded it. When I installed it the program asked me to reset my device so I clicked OK.
Stuck yet again I'm afraid! I've a BV4618 keypad display module which is giving me grief now, its probably simple but I've been going at it for hours now :mad:. A little bit of background, I've got a pic18f2523 on a board I had made up, until now it just had a eeprom on the I2C bus and was happy.