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Hi everyone

is there a way to stop the clicking noise when typing an email or txt message on my iPhone 4. I know i can stop it by flicking the the silence button at the side but if i forget to flick it back my phone remains on silent. surely there is a way to silence the key strokes

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I don't have an iPhone , but on the iPad ( iOS 4.3 ) its in Settings/General/Sounds Keyboard Clicks.

Guess it's the same on your iPhone.

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Same as on the Touch, so definitely there. It is annoying otherwise!

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Many Thanks guys found it I had been looking in Setting/General/keyboards but its actually in Setting/Sounds and its the very last option so you need to slide the screen up that why i missed doh

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