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Originally Posted by ~BLACK ICE~ Ok so the higher the number, the lower the signal ... BlackBerry Pearl forum

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    Re: ALT codes

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~BLACK ICE~
    Ok so the higher the number, the lower the signal strenght is ?
    I am at low 90's in my office. hahahaha
    Well, let's rephrase that as "the closer to 0, the worse the signal" to avoid confusion. Yeah, I understand your -90's dB pain, my city has serious dead spots (SF, CA) with T-Mobile on 1900.

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    Re: ALT codes

    Quote Originally Posted by rivviepop
    Well, let's rephrase that as "the closer to 0, the worse the signal" to avoid confusion. Yeah, I understand your -90's dB pain, my city has serious dead spots (SF, CA) with T-Mobile on 1900.
    Understood .
    In my office its actually Mid 80's - Low 90's... for some reason it seems to stutter/lag at times when I am on my cell phone at my desk.

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    Re: ALT codes

    Quote Originally Posted by Rcbjr
    And on the Pearl, the ALT+ NMLL will not work, but ALT+NNMLL will.

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    to press alt + NMLL, you have to press the "bn" key twice to get the "n". All alt codes word in doubletap mode, not sure type. So, technically, it is alt + nmll (even if you have to press the "n" key twice to get an "n"). Alt+ nnmll, technically, would require 4 taps of the "bn" key.

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    Re: ALT codes

    Good explanation, But that is just semantics, In that case the ALT+ RACE is actually ALT + EACE, but RACE reads better.

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    Re: ALT codes

    Quote Originally Posted by engz
    Its so hard to see the bars or dbs because of the blue arrows and ABC/alt icons on the top right corner.
    how do you take that abc icon out?!?

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    Re: ALT codes

    ABC icon indicates multi-tap is on.
    Go to a compose screen and hit MENU and ENABLE SURETYPE to remove the icon.

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