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    *228 Flaw

    When attempting to update roaming capabilities by dialing *228, the soft keypad does not come up to allow you to enter 1 or 2. The only way of doing so is to use the hardware keyboard. Not a huge deal...sliding keyboard open is just as easy....just something I noticed.
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    Well....I guess it makes me feel better that I came up with one of the two solutions on my own before seeing that thread. Must mean my anti-retard pills are starting to work.
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    Yea most roms require *228+ which gives you the option to program phone or update roaming capabilities. This will allow for the keyboard to be visible for number selection. I noticed that too today.
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    Heh...gotta slide the keyboard to type the + anyway. No real gain there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by traxx View Post
    Heh...gotta slide the keyboard to type the + anyway. No real gain there.
    Or you could just dial *228+ from the keypad like you normally would dial any number. You can hold 0 to give you a "+" at the end.

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    Well I'll be damned. I've never had to long press dialpad keys before. My bad.
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    What does the + at the end of *228 do? I normally just dial *228 and then select either 1 or 2.
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenvp View Post
    What does the + at the end of *228 do? I normally just dial *228 and then select either 1 or 2.
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    It gives you a normal in-call screen where you can get to the dialpad, since the dialpad doesn't show in PEv5 on *228 otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GirLuvsDroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kenvp View Post
    What does the + at the end of *228 do? I normally just dial *228 and then select either 1 or 2.
    Thanks.
    It gives you a normal in-call screen where you can get to the dialpad, since the dialpad doesn't show in PEv5 on *228 otherwise.
    Thank you for the info. I tried it out and now I can get to the dialpad. Thanks again for your help. Droid enthusiasts are a great group of people.

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