way to disable hold or make proximity sensor work?

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  1. ragenrok

    ragenrok New Member

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    This drives me nuts, constantly while talking my cheek hits the hold button. It happens a lot more when I use my left hand, which I end up doing cause I'm busy working or typing with my right. Is there I way to get rid of or move the hold button, or atleast make the proximity sensor turn the screen off like it should?
     
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    Motorola Forums talk about beards, long hair and overly bright sunlight messing with the proximity sensor.

    Here's one solution
    https://supportforums.motorola.com/message/79522#79522

    There's also some crap for that on the MarketPlace called Screen Suite. Of course it's not free.

    Here's a bunch of posts
    https://supportforums.motorola.com/message/82526#82526

    and here's a bunch more
    Dropped Calls? - Android Forums

    Good Luck.
     
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