Question about Motorola Mobility MOTORAZR2 V9 Cellular Phone
I just got my new RAZR2 V9.
I used to have my girl phonenumber on speeddial #2 on my old RAZR V3 but with the V9 I realized that #2 was apparently reserved for 'videomail', i.e. #1 and #2 are locked in grey in PhoneBook -> Setup -> Speeddial.
So when I held down #2 on the homescreen a prompt popped up asking me for a videomail number and I simply entered my girl phonenumber there, guessing, that it would be super simple workaround of #2 being locked.
And now here's the problem:
My girl called me and she shows up as "Videomail" calling me, which is obviously annoying. And the problem is, that
I CAN'T GET HER NUMBER OFF OF SPEEDDIAL #2 AGAIN.
This is extremely frustrating. I've already "global reset"'ed my phone and "reset and delete"'d it. Didn't help.
Does any of you know of a solution for this situation
SOURCE: blocking calls, motorola razr v3
Yes, sort of: go to Settings->Security->Enter lock code here if you've created one(otherwise ignore this step)->Limit Use->Restrict Incoming Calls
From this step, you'll have to choose to restrict incoming calls from anyone NOT in your Contacts
Posted on Feb 09, 2007
SOURCE: speed dial
You've to go in:
"Menu - Phonebook - Speed dial"
and then you've to click on "Options - Change - Contact".
Now you choose the contact from your contact list.
I hope you'll find how to do. Bye, Mirella
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: caller I.D wont show...
try to copy all the contacts on a paper then delete all the ph book contacts and write them again make shure that when you write the phone number with the area code if its like that on your ph book
Posted on May 18, 2008
This is easy, I have this cell. You need a USB cord. Plug it in, the PC sees the cell as a storage device. ( make sure the setting is right on the cell, go to settings, connections, USB settings & make sure it's on "memory device")
So with the USB on your cell set as memory device just plug into your PC, click "open folder to view files' then you can drag & drop music, pictures ect. between cell & PC.
I hope this helps you, if it does plz rate this as 'fixya'. If you have more quetions leave a comment & I'll be happy to help. Thank you kindly.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Some people have had success putting their phone in a bag of rice for several days with battery out without turning it on. For some this works but it is usually only temporary. Plan on getting a new phone and transferring your info even if you get it to work as your days are likely numbered. Wish I had better news but water and electronics don't mix.
Posted on Jan 04, 2015
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