Post Feed
Comment Feed

About Me

My MP3 Player

Yanni - Live at the Acropolis Moby - Play Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table and Dreaming Dave Matthews Band - Before These Crowded Streets

New Comments

2017 Archives

July All Archives...

Pocket Dialing

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

A couple months ago I posted about my new LG enV2 cell phone. After living with this phone for a while I had actually grown to really dislike it. Up until about a year ago I limited myself to flip phones to protect the screen and buttons. Technically speaking the env2 is a flip phone, but this one has buttons on the outside and can be used as if it weren't. As a result, I would end up pocket dialing everyone. I even sent a few pocket txt messages.

A couple of days ago Rachelle found online that there was a firmware update released for this phone (version vx910v06) that addressed the pitiful key lock. With the original firmware there was only a choice of no key lock or a one-step lock. This required you to only hit the OK button to unlock the keypad. This didn't work so well. With the new version they added a two-step lock which requires you to hit OK and then the CLR button. Since these buttons are basically next to each other this is still a failure, but it is more effective than the one one-step. I wish they would let you pick which keys to use; maybe I'll suggest that to LG (over and over again).

Comments (4) Subscribe

big brother
#1 - Dec 5, 2008 at 7:23 PM
I pocket dial everybody with my blackberry. Its a pain in the ass to lock the keypad so i never do. i think my record is like 8 consecutive calls to my friend kev before i heard him yelling in my pocket. awesome!
#2 - Dec 5, 2008 at 7:26 PM
That's funny because I have the same blackberry too (8703e) and I've never pocket-dialed that one. And I don't even lock the keypad. Weird...
#3 - Dec 13, 2008 at 3:10 PM
Joe...where is the link to the VX910V6 firmware? I'm tired of pocket dialing or having music just start playing from my pocket.
#4 - Dec 13, 2008 at 3:13 PM
You have to go to a Verizon store (or whatever carrier you use) and have them upgrade the phone. It takes like 30 minutes...

Make a comment!

Numbers from below


Email Address

Website URL

Remember me