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Hanging up VX4500 in Driving Mode

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by C C, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     



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  2. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  3. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  4. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  5. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  6. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  7. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  8. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  9. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  10. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  11. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
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    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
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    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
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    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  15. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  16. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  17. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  18. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  19. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     
  20. C  C

    C C Guest

    The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    illegal. This is all that is on Driving mode in the VX4500 User guide:

    START of quote:
    Driving Mode (Menu 7 -> 5)
    Allows you to switch the hands-free calling on and off during driving
    without the need for a Car Kit.
    1. Press Left Soft Key for Menu.
    2. Press 7 for Voice.
    3. Press 5 for Driving Mode.
    4. Select Activate/Deactivate and press OK.

    Note: Immediate setting into Driving Mode when (the lower side key) is
    pressed for three seconds after closing the folder.
    END of quote.

    "speedlever" <speedlever@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns951C9B3DEC57Arradfordtriadrrcom@24.25.9.43...
    > No Reply <noreply@no.spam> wrote in news:BkYFc.11263$kz.2655216
    > @news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net:
    >
    > > With the flip closed, the mic is covered up. It may work fine on your
    > > end, but the people you call won't be able to hear you very well, if
    > > they can hear you at all.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > My experience is just the opposite. In fact, I just tried it myself to
    > verify each end of the conversation.
    >
    > I set the VX4500 up for auto-answer/driving mode and had the kids call
    > me from an upstairs phone. I could hear them just fine over the closed
    > phone.
    >
    > I then sent them downstairs to my office/VX4500 while I went upstairs
    > and called. I could hear them perfectly well over the closed phone.
    >
    > Perhaps it helps that I have the leather case and that provides more
    > space for the mic to pick up my voice.
    >
    >
    >
     

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