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    seems more and more as if the "upgrade" from 650 to 750 is nothing but a cruel joke. the 750 is getting useable (i have learned to lower expectations) but a few key things still not right

    -is there a way to autolock the keys whenever i press the hangup button? i am doing alot of pocket dialing. i know you can lock the keys but hitting the bottom left and holding it while pressing the hang up buttom but that is a cruel joke as it is impossible to press those buttons at the same time with one hand. alot of times i am out and about with a briefcase or something in one hand and using 2 hands to lock the keys before putting it in my pocket is redonkulous

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by gearwh0re View Post
    seems more and more as if the "upgrade" from 650 to 750 is nothing but a cruel joke. the 750 is getting useable (i have learned to lower expectations) but a few key things still not right

    -is there a way to autolock the keys whenever i press the hangup button? i am doing alot of pocket dialing. i know you can lock the keys but hitting the bottom left and holding it while pressing the hang up buttom but that is a cruel joke as it is impossible to press those buttons at the same time with one hand. alot of times i am out and about with a briefcase or something in one hand and using 2 hands to lock the keys before putting it in my pocket is redonkulous

    thanks
    Did you try using the Keyguard control panel? There are three settings that can be selected, one of which is to lock the device on power off.
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    awesome , thanks

    this "learning curve" is proving quite frustrating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gearwh0re View Post
    awesome , thanks

    this "learning curve" is proving quite frustrating.
    It's really not that difficult once you start to know your way around. Just wait until you feel comfortable enough to start adding 3rd party apps to make the device even better!
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    Whenever I buy a new treo I always put the keylock option. Since I stick my 750 in my pocket as opposed to on my belt.
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    I also moved from a 650 (and a PalmOS user for a decade) to the 750. It did take me a week or so to become comfortable with the new environment, but I like it fine now.

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