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    Next to my EV icon, Signal Strength, and Battery icon in the top right corner of WebOS, I have an icon of a phone and below it is a 9 digit dial pad.

    I can't figure out what that icon is there for.

    Anybody know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheekamoo View Post
    Next to my EV icon, Signal Strength, and Battery icon in the top right corner of WebOS, I have an icon of a phone and below it is a 9 digit dial pad.

    I can't figure out what that icon is there for.

    Anybody know?
    i have not seen that myself.............
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    tty is turned on. turn it off under preferences-->accessibility-->TTY/TTD
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    I didn't see it when I first started using the phone either. But sometime during that day it appeared and it hasn't gone away since. Soft resets didn't do anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lopezpm View Post
    tty is turned on
    That was it! Turned off TTY and the icon is gone.

    Thanks for the help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheekamoo View Post
    That was it! Turned off TTY and the icon is gone.

    Thanks for the help
    no prob
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    What exactly is TTY?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calsccr9 View Post
    What exactly is TTY?
    It's for the hard of hearing.
    From yahoo answers...
    TTY/TTD - A text-telephone device (TTY) used by individuals who may have deafness, other hearing difficulties, or speech disabilities. The Telecommunication Relay Service (TRS) is a free service that enables persons who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired to use their TDD or TTY to place calls to and receive calls from hearing people. It also enables hearing people to call TDD/TTY users. To use TRS dial 711 (just like you would dial 911 for an emergency). Typed messages from a TDD/TTY are transmitted to a communication assistant who voices them to hearing persons. Hearing persons' messages are voiced to the communication assistant who relays them to the TDD/TTY printout or display. Calls can be placed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are no limits to the length or number of calls. All calls are confidential. Long distance calls are placed at direct dial rates. If you are a registered TDD/TTY user, discount rates may apply for long distance calls. TTY/TTD users can communicate directly with other TTY/TTD users without using TRS.
    Last edited by lopezpm; 06/12/2009 at 08:29 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lopezpm View Post
    It's for the hard of hearing.
    From yahoo answers...
    TTY/TTD - A text-telephone device (TTY) used by individuals who may have deafness, other hearing difficulties, or speech disabilities. The Telecommunication Relay Service (TRS) is a free service that enables persons who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired to use their TDD or TTY to place calls to and receive calls from hearing people. It also enables hearing people to call TDD/TTY users. To use TRS dial 711 (just like you would dial 911 for an emergency). Typed messages from a TDD/TTY are transmitted to a communication assistant who voices them to hearing persons. Hearing persons' messages are voiced to the communication assistant who relays them to the TDD/TTY printout or display. Calls can be placed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are no limits to the length or number of calls. All calls are confidential. Long distance calls are placed at direct dial rates. If you are a registered TDD/TTY user, discount rates may apply for long distance calls. TTY/TTD users can communicate directly with other TTY/TTD users without using TRS.
    thanks main i've always wondered the EXACTs of the whole TTY/TTD thing
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