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Master Geek


#18682 19-Jan-2008 14:45
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hi, i have a sanyo 3100, and on the standby screen, you have 2 tabs and bottom left and right, one for memo and for p2t
i dont use p2t, but i would very much like to have that tab removed from the standby screen
(i have never had this option there before)
i have gone through all the settings, but cannot find a way to have the p2t tab removed.
anyone have any idea how to remove it? would appreciate it alot


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Ultimate Geek

  #105686 19-Jan-2008 15:13
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Try, Menu | Settings | Push to talk| enable/ disable, obviously change to disable.

Used to have that phone so the above is from memory.


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Master Geek


  #105688 19-Jan-2008 15:18
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thanx riahon! it worked!
appreciate it



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