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    What is the button on the top right of the 8800?

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    My BB8800 has a button on the top right of the handset.

    On it it looks like there is an etched symbol for a mute sign. However when I push it the machine goes into standy mode? What is the difference to pushing the power off button for a bit? Is that not in standy as well?

    Is there a way to assign a function to the top right button?

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    Re: What is the button on the top right of the 8800?

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    That is the mute symbol and it's how you'd mute a call. However it also has the added functionality of going into standby mode since there is no hold down * to lock the keyboard, that's what I normally do. It can also pause the media player when playing a video/song. I've actually never held down the power button to go into standby so not too sure about the difference. Hope this helps.

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    Re: What is the button on the top right of the 8800?

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    I use the mute key for standby mode as we'll. Never tried the power button.

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    Re: What is the button on the top right of the 8800?

    Quote Originally Posted by fhwong
    However when I push it the machine goes into standy mode?
    That's because you can't mute a call unless you're on a call...

    Quote Originally Posted by fhwong
    Is there a way to assign a function to the top right button?
    Nope -- just the convenience key.

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