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Re: Phone is slow
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Do you know if your phone has an extra memmry card and which one? And try to find out where is the default destination for saving phone entries..!! If you just tired just reset to the factory default settings..!!!
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it has not corrected itself by turning the phone off and taking the battery out
for a couple of minutes then turning it back on you should try a factory data reset.
In Idle mode, open the application list and select Settings - Privacy -Factory
data reset -Reset phone -Erase
Using Call Block If you subscribe to Caller ID, you can save phone numbers to the call block list. When a call comes in, the phone compares the received phone number to the numbers on the call block list. If the phone number is on the list, the phone replaces the caller's name with Call Blocked and disconnects the call. (The caller hears a reject tone.)
The call block list holds 20 entries, and all stations share the same list. You can add entries through the Call Blocking menu, by selecting Add Call Block in the CID menu, or by blocking incoming calls. (Only one station can edit the call block list at a time.) Blocking incoming calls
When the phone rings, wait until the display shows the Caller ID information (usually after the second ring).
If you want to block the call and add this number to the call block list, press Block.
When the phone asks you to confirm, press Menu/select or Block. Blocking an incoming call from an "Unknown" or "Private" number is the same as selecting Unknown Number or Private Number from the Call Blocking menu.
Call Blocking menu options
With the phone in standby, open the menu and select Call Blocking.
Choose one of these options:
Create New(Handset only) - Add an entry to your call block list. The phone will prompt you to enter a name & phone number.
Private Number(Handset only) - Block all calls from numbers reported by CID as "Private." (This does not count as one of the 20 entries.)
Unknown Number(Handset only) - Block all calls from numbers reported by CID as "Unknown". (This does not count as one of the 20 entries.)
Call block entry options
With the phone in standby, open the call block list and find the entry you want.
Press Menu/select to open the individual entry menu. Choose one of these options:
Edit(Handset only) - Edit this entry. The phone will prompt you to edit the name & phone number.
Delete - Erase this entry from the list & allow calls from this number.
If your phone is slow working, then it means there are too many loads on the phone, hereby causing the phone to take a while before starting or while running a task on your phone. What you need to do is to go to your phones menu, then you check for the files on your phone that are large, then you move them elsewhere, like on a pc or other devices, if not your phone will remain being slow and that can corrupt some files on your phone.
Then you restore the factory settings of your phone. Go to the phones menu, select the settings, then you scroll to restore factory settings, then you enter the phones security codes if the phone requests for it, then your phone will begin to work the way it did when you first got it.
That should do the job for you.
Hope this information helped you.
Couple things ... try the unlock code, hopefully it is not changed from default which is the last 4 digits of the phone number.
Do you use the backup assistant? If not, why not? Get it. It will back up the contacts list as often as you say and it is a free service. You must open an account at Verizon wireless ... go there for more details.
Lastly, if you cant get it unlocked, grit your teeth and do a hard reset. This will wipe the phone - contacts, appointments, notes, pictures. It will return the phone to factory settings.
If you dont know how to do this, contact Verizon at 1800 2 join in (I think)
If you have to hard reset, remember the back up assistant. Nice thing about this application is you can update your list of contacts on the WWW and then download to the phone. I have mine update in the middle of the night when there is no time charge.
Open your contact list. Highlight any contact, then open the options menu. Select "9. Send Name Card". A new menu screen will open, select "4. Via Bluetooth". A new screen will open listing all contacts with empty boxes next to the names. Check the boxes next to the contacts you want to transfer, or if you select the options menu, you can choose to mark all. Click "done" then at the next screen, highlight the device to which you want to transfer the list (i.e. your car) and click the round button on your phone to send the data. Once that is done, click the transfer phone book button on your car bluetooth. This method worked with my Lexus.
Hmm..did you try the customized profile so you can set it on the loudest mode? and also have you noticed if your phone makes any other noice like when you move around the menu or type a text messege? does it play music on the speaker? Try all possible ways you can think of that makes the phone create sound as a response. And last thing to do would be a reset.
Go to menu
Try this to bring the phone to factory settings, make sure you back up your information, like your contacts before, and good luck.!
The D807 doesn't have the option to copy all contacts to the SIM from the phone by using key presses on the phone, only to the phone from the SIM. Best solution, if you still have the CD and USB cable that came with the phone, is to use the software option. The management software allows you to manually move all those contacts to the SIM, or to your computer, which is a better idea because the SIM doesn't store the data in the same way so some is lost. For example, the phone stores a name as two separate parts, first and last, but the SIM only has a single data entry for the name so you lose the last name from each of your contacts if you directly pass the data to the SIM.