Voice mail does not respond to commands from auto dialer screen
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.
Re: Voice mail does not respond to commands from auto...
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
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FYI... Voicemail is free no need to subscribe to (its your option to turn on or off)... press and hold down "1" key on cell or dial your cell phone number..once the answer machine starts press the "*" key...listen to options or if messages begin to play (while playing press "7" to delete)...in options you can choose to fwd calls, or not to plus other features...
Went into "Contacts" and selected one with speed-dial to edit. Made no changes but saved the contact. Magically, speed-dial began working correctly for all numbers. Rebooting or removing/reinserting the battery may also have worked but were not tried.
The voice command hotkey is the "Home" key. To start using voice commands, press and hold the Home key until you hear a beep. Say "Help" and you should get a list of available commands and how to use them.
A) The simplest method is to call your carrier and request a longer ring time, up to 30 seconds.
B) If you have a GSM based phone, some have had success by dialing this number from your phone: **61*XXXXXXXXXXX**30#
Replace XXXXXXXXXXX with the number of your carrier voice mail
center (find it by looking at your Phone Dialer > Options >
VoiceMail > Access Number. Put your access number in place of the Xs
For example, the T-Mobile voice mail access number is 18056377243, and thus the string to dial would be **61*18056377243**30#
Replace the 30 at the end of the string with your desired seconds. For most carriers, 30 seconds is the longest allowed.
NOTE: Has been reported this doesn't work for Rogers (8700r) . 6/17/2005. Morser
its a common problem with voice commanders...as one cannot expect a low end processing device to process your voice with 100% accuracy...even the best of best voice processors that run on high end computers are about 80-90% accurate...I suggest you reinstall the voice commander and re-create the voice tags...