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1220 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 15, 2007 8:24 PM by csshawke
Currently Being ModeratedOct 9, 2007 4:44 PM (in response to JEstrada)Technically my posting is correct...However, I'm carrying the Motorola HS820 in my pocket, with my car keys. Apparently it was turned on--tight pants, I guess . The HS820 can dial the last dialed number by pressing the multi-function button (the big button) for about two seconds. If it was able to be turned turn on--it takes about 5 seconds of pressing the multi-function button--it's expected that the redial could occur.
I found out because I'm getting ready to take my daughter for an ice cream...when I got the car keys and the HS820 out of my pocket, the HS820 was on.
My apologies.Windows XP Pro
Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2007 9:35 AM (in response to JEstrada)Actually - I'm glad you posted this and I'm glad I didn't disregard it - I just experience the exact same scenario with my iPhone, except I have it paired with the Motorola HS850 - which has the same feature - I read this post and it was very helpful - my wifes phone kept ringing and ringing and it was from my phone and we couldn't figure out why - apparently, between the holder for my bluetooth being tight, and leaning or brushing up against a wall caused my issue as well. Thanks !CPQ 2190 Laptop, Windows XP, N/A
Currently Being ModeratedOct 15, 2007 8:24 PM (in response to JEstrada)I have had the same issue. No bluetooth, 1.1.1 (happened before), someone from my favs gets a call, phone is locked, last screen was "Home" screen, screen protector, pocket style holster. Even had someone call the home phone with the other(phantom)call on the other line. Had to go to the other room to get the iPhone off the desk picked it up, unlocked it and nothing. Not even a recent call to the other person. Other person had the line on their end. Could hear all the background noises.Dell Laptop, Windows XP Pro, iPod 60G Black 5g