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    How can i press the hold key to use in call functions on samsung?

    When i call from my samsung touch phone then i can't open nothing on my phone because its lock...!

    I see this options

    "press the hold key to use in call functions"


    how can i do it ??

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    postbox1977
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    hi , the hold key is on the right edige of the phone , with a "lock" symbol. Press the key , for a longer period ( 2 seconds ) to use the in -call menu features.

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    Unregistered
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    thanks, was hitting the same problem. How stupid to have the lock key for this.

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    speander 112
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    Hate the Samsung phone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    thanks, was hitting the same problem. How stupid to have the lock key for this.
    Me too had some many issues with this making text bigger etc instruction book is rubbish

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    Unregistered
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    Thank u very much

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    Unregistered
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    when i call my touch mobile i could not able to press loud speaker because the press the hold key use to call function how to rectify the problem

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    Unregistered
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    When i call from my samsung touch phone then i can't open nothing on my phone because its lock...!

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    Unregistered
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    Thankyou - I 've been struggling with the same thing.



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