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Thread: Iphone 2G while talking..screen supposed to go black

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    Default Iphone 2G while talking..screen supposed to go black
    Hi, I have a question, doesn't all iphones supposed to turn off the lcd screen during the phone calls ? like when you put the phone to your ears the lcd should turn off so that your face wont make any contacts with the lcd and the buttons (that happened to me)

    or is it my phone ? is there a option for it ? can someone confirmed please

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    Yes it supposed to.
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    Do you have it in a case? It might be covering your proximity sensor

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    nope, no case, no screen protector, screen is cleaned and no scratch... i tried to make a phone call and move my thumb around all the top part of the screen but nothing..

    any ideas ?

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    It's broke....

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    well mine too does that but i think is normal i guess coud be for save battery ??? sometimes i make a call and put my hand over it and the lcd turns off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisblack_3 View Post
    well mine too does that but i think is normal i guess coud be for save battery ??? sometimes i make a call and put my hand over it and the lcd turns off...
    it's not for saving battery, it's so you don't push any buttons on the screen with your face.

    @OP: if yours doesn't do it, get a replacement phone, the sensor could be broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackWolf View Post
    it's not for saving battery, it's so you don't push any buttons on the screen with your face.

    @OP: if yours doesn't do it, get a replacement phone, the sensor could be broken.
    ohhh ok but i think its booth 4 the battery(calls consume more battery) and our face too hahahaha lol take care

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