Question about HTC G1
When I call my voice mail and try to dial 7 to delete or 9 to save or any other command the voice mail does not respond? As if I entered no command at all. I also having this problem with other voice mails and etc..I call where they are not responding to the commands I am giving on the auto dialer screen? I have the same problem. The trackball solution doesn't work either.
I found this on another forum... hopefully it's the answer we are looking for.
Re: Bug with Phone virtual number pad
I've found the answer to this problem!
Part of the problem is that the screen blacks out shortly after a call is connected.
When that happened I pressed the green phone button to get the keyboard back.
This keyboard image is a dummy. It visually responds to your touch but does not send the signal.
After you dial and your call is connected look at the bottom of the screen and you'll see that the normal menu tab changes and appears with the number 5 and letters jkl on it.
Pull it up with your finger. THIS is the keypad you must use when within a call to send number signals. I tested it and confirmed that it works.
If you have pulled up the dummy keyboard by pressing the green call button from within a call then simply hit the BACK button to see the real keypad tab.
If the screen has gone black and you need to light it up again then you can press BACK, HOME, or MENU to see the real keypad tab -- press anything BUT the green call button (which will give you the dummy keypad).
This dummy keypad is a true design flaw but knowing how to get to the functional one makes it an annoyance not a hindrance to using the phone.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
when on your phone vertically press the track ball and your keypads will show up thus allowing you to use you voicemail commands
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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