HTC Touch Pro - Backlight turns off quickly on calls

Posted on 2009-02-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I do not want the screen to black out when I place a call. It's extrememly annoying when I come to automated phone menus and I'm unable to touch the keypad to make selections.

Is there a setting for this? I can't find it anywhere  The powersave setting seems to have no affect on this behavior.
Question by:freshjuice
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    Try Kaiser Tweak .... You can set almost any option.
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    You might also take a look at g-light, which is designed to do a better job of controlling the backlight on the Touch than Windows Mobile does:
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    I just press the big round button to turn the screen back on.

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    I used Kaiser Tweak. Works great! Thanks

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