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I have a somewhat strange problem with my new iPad2. Sound appears to work fine, except I get no clicking sound from keyboard entries or from games like Freecell and Sudoku.
Angry Birds and Youtube etc are fine.
I figure it has to be a setting of some kind, but I haven't been able to find it yet.
It's not like it is a real major thing, but I do miss the feedback from the clicks and other sounds.

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Turn the slider switch back on.

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Turn the slider switch back on.
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I tried that several times and even switched in settings back and forth between mute and orientation lock. So far it hasn't had any effect, though the orientation lock works fine.

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Have you looked in Settings>General>Sounds? There is an "on-off" selection for keyboard clicks.

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Have you looked in Settings>General>Sounds? There is an "on-off" selection for keyboard clicks.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I had looked at that before and made sure it was on, but this time I also looked at the ringers and alerts and decided to turn on the "Change with Buttons" switch. I went to Notes and started typing and still no sound, but when I use the rocker switch a window with ringer volume came up and I got sound.

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