Hello, I have, admittedly, been playing about with my 'phone, trying to find out how to receive and send photographs but that is another problem! My 'phone now just rings out and the voicemail which was always there just does not exist. Also, on the front screeen, there is a message saying - 'memory full' but I don't have a lot of text messages saved? I feel sure I have done something wrong but have been in so many settings etc., that don't know how to make sense of this plus cannot find answers in my handbook. I appreciate you reading this.
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this may solve ur problem..go to menu, settings, hit the phone settings, hit the restore factory settings... if you have sec.code hit it there,,dont have.. just key in 12345,,. or use this *#7370# or *#6680#
Which mobile service carrier do you use? Are you trying to setup voicemail to play your messages on your phone, or are you trying to setup greetings and what not inside of the voicemail?
Your voicemail settings depend on where you live, and there are hundreds of different access numbers. If you are trying to setup the phone to connect to voicemail and are on Cingular/AT&T, call them at 800-331-0500 from a different phone and they can walk you through the setup easily since they have access to the appropriate voicemail access number for your location.
you must be using an unlocked phone. This is what happens when the voicemail system tries to let you know when you receive or delete a voicemail. Since you are not using a phone designed for that voicemai system your phone does not know how to interpret it so you get the weird message instead of the indicator letting you know you have voicemail. If it really bugs you your carrier should be able to turn off the notification.