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Depending on if you use the Instant voicemail app or call into the direct line their are different reset procedures. Additionally it will depend on the specific carrier you use. I will include some common carriers so you can use which one is applicable.
Verizon Press *611 then press SEND (airtime is free). Alternatively, call (800) 922-0204 (toll free) from any phone to reach the automated customer service menu. Listen to the instructions then when prompted, press 4. Listen to the instructions then when prompted say "Reset voicemail password".
AT&T Call the AT&T automated system from your mobile device. Press "1" to confirm your wireless phone number. Press "3" to select Reset Your Voicemail Password. You will receive a temporary password via free text message.
Sprint To reset your voicemail passcode:
Sign in to My Sprint with your username and password.
Click the My preferences tab.
Under Things I can manage online, click Change voicemail passcode. The Reset Voicemail Passcode window will open.
call ur voicemail from cell phone by pressing 1 when prompted enter ur passcode and if u r tryin 2 call it from landline you call ur number and wait until u hear ur voice and press * on ur landline it should then ask u for your passcode u then would enter 0657
I assume you mean voicemail messages taken by voicemail service on your telephone line, the ones indicated by a flashing "voicemail" indicator on the phone. You may need to contact your service provider as not all systems are the same, but here's how it usually works. From your home phone, dial your own number so that the voicemail answers. Press the "*" button and you'll be prompted to enter your passcode. (The default passcode is usually the last 4 digits of your phone number, and you enter a new one when you go through mailbox setup.) Once you've entered the passcode and are in the voicemail system, voice prompts guide you through how to access messages and make setup changes. To process is usually the same to check your messages when you're away, although some service providers may give you a different access number to call. Again, check with your service provider for all the details if your system is different.
- Auto-Lock: 1 Minute;*
- Passcode Lock: On, require passcode immediately, after 15 min or 4 hours etc;*
- Network: Turn 3G Off
Scenario 1: Home screen is active with screen on*
1. Press power button for seconds until asked to '"slide to power off"
2. Slide to power off
3. press power button to turn on iPhone
4.*When asked to enter passcode, touch the "Cancel" key, then slide to unlock
5. bypassed passcode
1. On the screen of being asked to enter passcode, press power button for seconds until asked to '"slide to power off"
2.*Slide to power off
3. press power button to turn on iPhone
4.*When asked to enter passcode, DO NOT touch any key on the screen,
press power button for seconds until asked to '"slide to power off"
5. Slide to power off
6. press power button to turn on iPhone
7.*When asked to enter passcode, touch the "Cancel" key on the right bottom corner, then slide to unlock
8. bypassed passcode
1. When Network setting changes to Enable 3G: ON, "3G" signal shows up, passcode CANNOT be passed through
Go to a underground parking lot or a lift where 3G signal is weak, when
3G signal switches to "E" (Edge), passcode CAN be passed through
following above steps
2. When no 3G or Edge signal, above steps don't work
Seems passcode security is related to network status
Possible security hole under Edge
Each mailbox password is held in the system programming of the voicemail system. You need the system admin password for voicemail. Dial the access code for voicemail, if from a phone with voicemail then press * to get to the main greeting. At the main greeting dial * then the system admin mailbox number which is 99 for 2 digit ext numbers or 999 for 3 digit ext numbers or 9999 for 4 digit ext numbers then you will be prompted for the system admin passcode(default 1234). Press 2 for add/edit/delete (Never press 1 for new installation or you could delete all current voicemail programming and messages). Press 2 to edit mailbox, you will be prompted for the mailbox to edit, enter the mailbox number. Press # to skip to the passcode reset, enter the new passcode or press * to reset to default(999) then press # for each of the remaining parameters until you are returned to the mailbox menu which prompts for press 1 to add mailbox, 2 to edit mailbox, and 3 to delete mailbox, then hangup.
Lift the handset for your telephone and listen for the dial tone. Dial the access code you were given by Verizon when you signed up for residential telephone service. Dialing the access code will call the voicemail system. If you do not have an access code, you will need to call Verizon Customer Service (see link in Resources).
Identify the telephone number you are setting up voicemail services for. If you are calling from that telephone number, enter the temporary passcode and then press "#." The temporary passcode is the last 4 digits of your residential telephone number. If you are calling from a different phone, press "*" when the system greeting starts to play, then enter the 10-digit telephone number when prompted. After this, you will be asked to input the temporary passcode.
Choose a new passcode. The passcode must be from 4 to 8 digits in length. It should be easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. Do not use easy to guess numbers, such as 1234 or 1111. Also do not re-enter the same temporary passcode, since it will be easy for anyone to guess.
Record your name. Simply say your name, without a long complicated message. This recording is used by the voicemail system to identify you whenever you forward a message to another user. It is not used as the standard greeting when a caller is directed to your voicemail to leave a message.
Record or change your personal greeting. This greeting is played any time someone reaches your voicemail box. Record a friendly greeting to announce that you are unavailable and will return all calls upon your return. Decide if you want to set up a different mailbox for each family member. Verizon residential telephone service allows you to set up multiple mailboxes so that everyone can have his own private message center. Callers who reach voicemail will be prompted to press "1" to leave a message for one person, press "2" for the next person, and so on.
Hang up the telephone. When you have finished setting up the voicemail system on your Verizon residential phone line, hang up the phone to end the call and exit the voicemail system.
1.Turn your phone on and press and hold the "1" button on your keypad in normal standby mode.
2.Enter your four digit passcode with your keypad and press *. If you do not yet have a passcode, you will be prompted to create one.
3.Press "1" to listen to the options in English, or "2" to listen to them in Spanish.
4.Press "1" to record your own voicemail greeting. Wait for the beep and speak your greeting into your phone. Press "1" again to confirm your greeting.
5.Press the red "End" button on your keypad and your voice mail will be set up. Press "1" again or at any time to listen to your voicemail by entering in your passcode and following the prompts to navigate your different messages.
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Press the "1" key and hold for a few seconds, this will bring up your voicemail.
Next, key the pre-set passcode of 9999, this will allow you to set-up your own message and passcode. The phone tells you how.
OK, from your set;
-> dial FEATURE 9 8 1 (this is the code to get you to the voicemail)
-> then your passcode, if you never set up the voicemail, the temporary password is 0 0 0 0 (four - zero's).
-> if this is a new installed voicemail, the telephone system will tell you al that you need to initiate the voicemail box.