The Mobile Spoon - Gil Bouhnick's Mobility Blog
Home My Favorites iOS Apps Talk To Me About

Dec 28, 2008

Mobile Spoon Exclusive: How to Add an 'OK' Button in HTC Touch Diamond / Pro / Fuze

dimonadOK

Breaking news! You will love this one:

Ever since I got my HTC Touch Pro I'm trying to tweak it around in order to boost the performance, improve the user interface and configure a hardware 'OK' button.

The Internet is full with people and bloggers complaining about the useless 'Back' button of the Touch diamond / Pro and asking for ways to configure an 'OK' button instead.

Check for yourself!

But today - I'm going to reveal the solution!

How to add an 'OK' button to your HTC Touch Diamond / Pro:

Here's how to do it:

1. Open your contacts

2. Add a new contact

3. Set a name to the new contact called: OK Button

4. Click on the 'Back' button

Kaboom!

Your new contact was added... the 'Back' button acted like it's an 'OK' button!

Is that amazing or what?

(BTW, there's a shorter way to do it which does not require any step at all... :-))

 

Did you like this post? (I know you did!)
If so, subscribe to our RSS Feed (?) and stay tuned with new posts! 

Subscribe (via Internet Explorer)

Subscribe in a reader (Select your favorite reader) 

Subscribe via email (Receive daily mails with new feeds) 



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you want a true close button on a Fuze you can just map the PTT button to close. if you have a Touch Pro you can make a long press of the phone key equal a true 'close' button as well (make this app the button 1 applciation under Settings). This is where to find the 'close' application: http://www.fuzemobility.com/?p=1249 and direction on PTT remapping

Stewart said...

Why do I need it if the Back performs the same thing?

Anonymous said...

back does not perform the same thing. It's only the same sometimes. Often it's a minimize button (like if you are in IE and hit back it takes you toy our homescreen but leaves IE open). If you have a command line open (like creating a new contact) then it acts like a close button. Otherwise it's just a minimize button.

Anonymous said...

It wasn't farsighted earlier I heard the reasoned of pings comments division that allows multitude to gossip on your Web log or recent posts. This will let you that you'll cut the tail and get it promulgated regular faster.


Check out my web blog click here

Anonymous said...

Laura Maya gives practical and personal Sixth sense from a youth entrepreneur's tip of blogging one of your top priorities for 2013.

my homepage: click here

Post a Comment