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04-05-2008 08:06 PM
It isn't an application icon - it is a non-clickable icon as phone calls are made on the top right. It is a black square with blue bars that increase in size. Similar to a signal strength meter, but that is on the bottom on this model.
I have already tried talking to my carrier and none of the Technical Support in the call center or at a store has ever seen this. The carrier's version of this phone manual only has the most common icons.
04-05-2008 09:34 PM - edited 04-05-2008 09:37 PM
As mentioned before, it is NOT an application icon that you can hide. I didn't have it at first, now I do. May have hit a key combination that activated this. Doesn't effect call quality - mostly curious. Not willing at this point to call Canada for a fee-based tech support call!
04-14-2008 11:45 AM
What would be helpful is if BlackBerry support engineers/designers read this forums to help those whose questions can't be answered by the masses!
My 3 cents
Which carrier did you purchase your BlackBerry from? Which version of the BlackBerry software are you running?
04-24-2008 09:42 AM
I found the answer thanks to thorough techs at RIM. They sent me a screen capture tool and then researched it. It is the Enhance Call Audio found in the menu once a call is initiated. You can boost the bass or boost the treble.