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One time poster
imkaush
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎2012-03-15

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Thanks for your reply Markus!

Where can I psubmit such feature/change requests to Sony officially?

Thanks in advance!

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Markus
Posts: 2,840
Registered: ‎2010-09-20

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

You just did! :smileyhappy:

I have forwarded your comment as a change request. Fingers crossed. :smileyhappy:

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imkaush
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎2012-03-15

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

That's great!

Thanks a lot!

Me too fingers crossed...:smileyhappy:

Anonymous(anon)
Posts: 0

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Thanks Mark.

i tried to install PC Companion(25mb). Initially i faced some problem while installing it(error displayed in a popup title sony PC companion). however it got installed. will follow your advice.

But how to take the backup of my phone contacts, messages and others.....where are these stored. from your above reply i guess that only the phone memory will be cleaned up? right?

Hope this UI(4 corner widgets) will change in ICS or utleast hoping that there will be option to remove it.

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Markus
Posts: 2,840
Registered: ‎2010-09-20

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

I suggest you download a Backup & Restore app from Play Shop before doing this if you do not wish to synchronize. My Backup is a great app I can recommend.

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Qlian
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎2012-04-05

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Hi,

After reading this forum, I used to leave my protective film, but it didn't fix the problem.

I hope Sony will fix it somedays...

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Petyaaa
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎2012-04-07

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Same here - great phone, awful bug! Also described in this thread:

http://talk.sonymobile.com/thread/29602?tstart=0

My question to Markus is : if it's a mainboard problem, is it possible to be fixed via a software like ICS?

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Petyaaa
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎2012-04-07

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Hello saran,

Did you try the solution that Markus suggested, with PC Companion repair? Will you share your results? Thanks.

Anonymous(anon)
Posts: 0

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

Hi team,

I a using Xperia mini pro, sk17i and having this annoying issue of mute button activation during call. I usually likes to keep my phone and ear in a small distance since my ear will swet during long lasting calls. So my proximity sensor cant catch the situation. this leads to enable the screen and thus the mute button. most of the time it leads to mute. It is very annoying for users like us. Do Sony really cant make a solution for this? Please keep this in mind when you plan for next Software update, and consider this as a request for that. I think the best solution is to allow to configure the call widget. So some people like me can avoid this mute button from call screen.

Thanks and regards,

Anand

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Markus
Posts: 2,840
Registered: ‎2010-09-20

Re: Alternatively, can I move the mute button to somewhere else on the screen or remove it entirely?

I'll forward your feedback to the developers. For now I suggest you keep the phone close to your ear and then wipe the sweat of if once in a while during long calls. :smileyhappy:

You can also press the power button once when the call is active to turn of the display. You will however have to press it again to activate it.

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