Proximity Sensor Issues?

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    Question Proximity Sensor Issues?

    Sorry if this thread has been duplicated..

    I am planning on picking up a Nexus when/if it ever gets to Verizon's network. The only thing that concerns me is the proximity sensor. I purchased a Motorola Android and ended up having to return it because of the proximity sensor not working right for me. In the middle of calls the phone would cut on and I would find myself "face dialing" and hanging up on people. I LOVED the phone but apparently couldnt use it. After them replacing the phone once and my daughter even trying to use it with no success, we returned it.

    Has anyone had any issues with the proximity sensor on the Nexus doing the same thing? Or is there an option to possibly use the track ball when you are on a call to take it out of sleep mode?

    Thanks in advance for any replies.

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    Mine appears to function ok enough that I've not had an issue. But if i pull my phone away from my face, switch to speaker, the screen goes right back off. I doubt that's the proximity sensor as much as the phone app.

    I don't use the phone app a lot though. Mostly data / txt / email / apps.
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    Maybe you can't be detected :rolleyes:

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    Hehehe....can you see yourself in a mirror? :D

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    Mine works great. When I pull the phone away from my face it turns the screen back on to allow me to end the call. The proximity detection does not control the call.

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    Thanks for the replies.

    I guess now I have to patiently wait for Verizon to come out with them.

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    You didn't say whether you can see yourself in the mirror???



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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingsCool View Post
    You didn't say whether you can see yourself in the mirror???
    We don't have any of those in my house. It's too creepy to walk by one and only see the wall behind me.
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    :rofl3::rofl3::rofl3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingsCool View Post
    You didn't say whether you can see yourself in the mirror???


    Last I saw, I was there.

    I appreciate your concern.

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