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Level 2: Apprentice
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Registered: ‎13-07-2012

Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

I mean I want a noise when I navigate the settings etc or programmes?
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Level 2: Apprentice
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Registered: ‎13-07-2012

Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

But It won't work even though I have spoken with Customer Services I'm getting a bit confused with the phone?
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Anonymous
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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

Apart from the system noises or lack of them how are you enjoying the phone and testing it out ?
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Anonymous
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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

I'm sorry I still don't understand exactly what you are wanting to do.

Are you wanting a sound every time you touch the screen when selecting things in the settings menu?

If so that is a keyboard setting I think.
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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

Thanks @MI5 I hadn't looked in here since the start of last week. It looks as though @Anonymous has picked up BB10 quickly and already willing to lend a hand!

But @dmason197 as piperdog123 has asked, what exactly are you trying to do? Before I start helping I need to point out one thing: you can't have all other sounds on and turn keyboard noises off. Are all your other sounds notification sounds working like the phone ringing, etc?

 

So, first, swipe down from the top of the screen and Tap the Settings icon. Tap Language and Input, Scroll down and tap on On-screen Keyboard and you'll get this screen:

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Slide the Keyboard Feedback Volume all the way to the right. This will make it VERY loud but its just for testing!

Now swipe that screen up from the bottom of the screen and tap the X to close the active frame on the home screen. Check to see if your keyboard noises are now working when you type an SMS. If so, (Yay!) you can turn the Keyboard Feedback Volume down to a level that suits you.

If that didn't fix it, please continue:

Now pull down from the top of the screen and look for the Notifications quick settings tab. What does it say? Tap the word Notification not the bell icon next to it and it will take you to the Notification settings screen. Was the bell icon white or blue?

Press the Mode drop down box and select Normal. Did it say Silent before?

Under Audible, ensure Sound is set to On and the volume slider is at the level you set above.

Now swipe the screen up to put it into an Active Frame and try typing in an SMS or email again. Do you have sounds now?

Apologies, my signal has dropped at my work just now so I can't email any more screen shots to try and help.

Let me know how you get on Smiley Happy

 

 

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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

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@Anonymous wrote:
I'm sorry I still don't understand exactly what you are wanting to do.

Are you wanting a sound every time you touch the screen when selecting things in the settings menu?

If so that is a keyboard setting I think.

Sorry, was busy typing all of the above post Smiley Very Happy

But I'm with you @Anonymous , I'm not entirely sure what dmason is wanting the phone to do Smiley Frustrated

Edit: Is it maybe Haptic Feedback that is requested? BlackBerry 10 does not support haptic feedback when you press the screen unfortunately.

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Anonymous
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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

Thanks @Anonymous

I was waiting to hear back from the OP and would then have worked it through. However your posts were superb, kudo on its way. ☺
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Registered: ‎13-07-2012

Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

Hi I can hear sound when I send text messages and I send e-mails etc? But unlike the Blackberry Bold 9900 I cannot hear sounds when navigating through the settings or menu?

I have done the following advice but I don't hear any sounds when navigating the device as opposed too when I use MY Blackberry BOLD 9900 Confused

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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

I have spoken with O2 Customer Services who suggest I speak with Blackberry but they charge for pay per incident Technical Support so I though't I would look for answers through the O2 Community Smiley Happy

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Re: Try the Tech: New phase!

I have tried the following advice but NO such luck in getting Keypad Tones working? I can hear sounds when I make a telephone call or send an e-mail though for instance? Do u know If @Toby Is available at weekends?