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  1. btbam91's Avatar
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    They STILL haven't fixed the key press sound lag bug. :(
  2. Silverdogz's Avatar
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    Its fixed in the 8107 update for me.
  3. btbam91's Avatar
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    Really? I'm not talking about the disappearing keyboard, but the keyboard sound! Are we on the same page?
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    I swore I was going to leave the Focus stock. I swore I was going to leave the S stock after unlocking and debranding the Focus. If 8107 fixes the keyboard sound lag...

    Ugh :)
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    8107 didn't fix the sound lag for me. Which upsets me. Badly.

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  6. btbam91's Avatar
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    Damn...
  7. Silverdogz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by btbam91 View Post
    Really? I'm not talking about the disappearing keyboard, but the keyboard sound! Are we on the same page?
    I am talking about the keyboard click it is working for me just time.

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    I'm actually about to post this as a seperate thread, but I'll post it here to so I can get as many people in on this as possible.

    So I just got off Samsung's live chat support to report the sound lag we Focus S owners are all too familiar with. First thing I noticed, is when you're filling out the information to do the chat, they ask you to select which phone you have, and to my surprise, not the Focus S nor original Focus was even listed (I'm sure the Flash/Optimus wasn't listed either, but I didn't check). So yeah, that kind of pissed me off.

    Anywho.

    I chat with a very incompetent representative named Samantha. After explaining that I had to select that my phone was the Captivate even though it isn't, she informed me that she has no idea what the Focus S SGH-i937 is. WOW.

    Anyway, I do my best to describe to her in exact detail what the problem is, and I think I do a fairly good job at explaining haptic feedback and everything.

    What I'm asking out of everyone here is to go here:

    Samsung

    Go to the live chat, and report this. Just tell the person your phone (Focus S SGH-i937), carrier, etc. and that you want this fixed. If enough of us report it, they won't have a choice but to send out an update. Oh, by the way, she told me this problem had never been reported before, to which I responded that I don't understand how such a blatant problem could even make it past production. So yeah, I'd say our work is needed.

    C'mon guys, let's finally get this update to Focus S owners everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverdogz View Post
    Its fixed in the 8107 update for me.
    No, it's not.

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