1. BIMMER's Avatar
    My alt key on my 8320 works but I can't just hold it down and type in all caps, I have to keep tapping it. Also I can't use it to do a hard reset! Anyone kno what's up?

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    12-03-07 11:17 AM
  2. berrywhite's Avatar
    U are supposed to use the "CAPS" key for capitalization!
    12-03-07 11:19 AM
  3. Optimus_Prime's Avatar
    to do all CAPS, you need to press the "ALT" + "right Shift" keys.
    It will give you all CAP.
    12-03-07 01:47 PM
  4. fleurdelv's Avatar
    Bimmer- Did you ever resolve this issue? I'm having the same problem when trying to type "!" or ":", etc. Some of my keys seems to be less sensitive than others as well. My "N" & "S" keys in particular don't seem to register when I click them. Maybe 1 out of every 4 times it acutally works.
    12-28-07 10:35 AM
  5. BrianBB's Avatar
    Hi,

    I was having the same problem. Have always been able to hold the ALT key down and press H J to get ; : etc, but then it stopped working and I had to press and release the ALT key then hit J to get ; It was really annoying

    I took the battery out, put it back and turned on the device and now it is fixed.

    Hope that helps someone. Even though this topic is way old... Haha.

    Brian
    03-10-09 03:16 PM
  6. Username00089's Avatar
    Hi,

    I was having the same problem. Have always been able to hold the ALT key down and press H J to get ; : etc, but then it stopped working and I had to press and release the ALT key then hit J to get ; It was really annoying

    I took the battery out, put it back and turned on the device and now it is fixed.

    Hope that helps someone. Even though this topic is way old... Haha.

    Brian
    Whenever there's a problem such as this, it's always good to do the hard reset.

    If you do a battery pull for anything, pull it out while the phone is still on. I notice you said "...put it back and turned on the device..." I'm assuming you turned the phone off and then pulled the battery. If you did then that's just a soft reset. A hard reset is what I said above. Just in case.
    03-10-09 03:38 PM
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