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I'd need to disable the volume keys on a Motorola MC55

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Hi,
I need to disable the volume and and down side keys on a Motorola MC75 mobile computer .( or map them to some other function perhaps - scanner trigger ?)

I would prefer to use XML provisioning if that's possible, but failing that a registry setting ( if one exsist ) would be fine.

The device is running WM 6.5

Thanks in advance

Mart
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by:RobMobility
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Hi,

I believe the attached CAB file might help in this post:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=701443

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by:RobMobility
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Hi,

For other projects, this might be of interest:

http://spb.com/pocketpc-software/kioskengine/

Regards,


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by:RobMobility
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There is this as well:

http://volumex.jdbp.mobi/

Regards,


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Thanks for ther input RobMobility, but those options won't help me.

I now beleive that the Motorola MC75 has some dedicated methoid of handling the volume keys, that I can't program around, so the issue will stay unresoilve for the immediate future.
Cheers
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by:MartinHouse
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I can live with the issue for the short term
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