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    Ever since the Cingular upgrade the DTMF tones are way too long. Is there any way to shorten them? It becomes a real problem when entering phone numbers or passwords for voice mail.
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    far too loud as well especially if wearing a earpiece. anyone know how to hack either of these 'features'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffg11570
    Ever since the Cingular upgrade the DTMF tones are way too long. Is there any way to shorten them? It becomes a real problem when entering phone numbers or passwords for voice mail.
    I noticed that, too.
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    Does anyone have a hack yet to shorten the DTMF tone and make it a bit quieter? I have a lot of trouble navigating phone queue's now.

    dan
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    A couple of people have reported relief through using the 'fast dtmf' option in the TAKEphONE beta.
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    On most CDMA Treo 650's, you can click menu from the phone app, and then to go to options and you can change it there. I can't figure out any way to do it on my cingular 650. It's terribly annoying!
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    More then just annoying, our new call center phone system doesn't recognize them. Very frustrating when I get a page and need to repspond quickly. :-( I am giving serious thought to stepping back to the old code rev.

    dan

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