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Don't know how to make a phone call once the usb in plugged into my computer

Magicjack installed, but don't know how to make a call

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Push the "home" button then "Phone" and dial you number.

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I can call out on my Majic Jack Plus but cannot receive calls. The majic Jack is registered and set up on my modem.


This could be failure of the power adapter module.
Is your Magicjack plugged into the wall power thru a power adapter? Try bypassing the power adapter and plugging the magicjack directly into a USB port on your computer. If the magicjack work correctly now, then you have a bad power adapter module.
I had a similar problem. My Magicjack was plugged into a wall socket. First the dial tone became inconsistent, then I could no longer receive calls, then it died completely.
I plugged the MJ into a USB socket on my computer, and it then worked normally.
If you have a failing power adatper, it will continue to deteriorate, and it will eventually fail completely. The blue power on the magicjack will not come on when it is plugged into the power adapter, but it will illuminate when plugged into the USB socket on the computer.
Note: the computer must be on to power the magicjack thru the USB port.

Magicjack is aware of the problem and offers a replacement power adapter module. To contact them, go to www.magicjack.com and go to "support". They will ship you a new power module for about $5.50. Some people have reported that the replacement modules from Magicjack are no better than the originals and have had repeat failures.
Consider getting a power module from another source. There are lots of AC to USB power converter modules available on Ebay for only a few dollars. Search Ebay for "magicjack power adapter".

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How do I install my magicjack icon on my computer window screen by pluging the magicjack modem adapter into my computer and my phone?


The mgicjack software should install itself on plugging into usb socket. If not contact Magicjack.com

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I changed computers now magicjack will not come on


On a new computer, you have to reinstall the magicjack software.
When you plug the magicjack into a USB port for the first time, you should get a message about installing software.
Something like: "Install or run program from your media".
If you powering the Magicjack directly from the wall AC and are not using a USB port, be sure the ethernet and phone lines are both connected.

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My phone doesn't ring. The call goes directly to my computer and I don't know someone is calling.


This could be failure of the power adapter module.
Is your Magicjack plugged into the wall power thru a power adapter? Try bypassing the power adapter and plugging the magicjack directly into a USB port on your computer. If the magicjack work correctly now, then you have a bad power module.
I had a similar problem. My Magicjack was plugged into a wall socket. First the dial tone became inconsistent, then I could no longer make calls out, then it died completely.
I plugged the MJ into a USB socket on my computer, and it then worked normally.

Magicjack is aware of the problem and offers a replacement power adapter module. To contact them, go to www.magicjack.com and go to "support". They will ship you a new power module for about $5.50. Some people have reported that the replacement modules from Magicjack are no better than the originals and have had repeat failures.
Consider getting a power module from another source. There are lots of AC to USB power converter modules available on Ebay for only a few dollars. Search Ebay for "magicjack power adapter".



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My Majic Jack Plus is not working ,the light is not coming on.


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Need magic Jack plus software download


Magicjack software is stored in the Magicjack module. Plug that module into a USB port on your computer. You should get an onscreen message like: "Install or run program from your media".
Click on "Start Magicjack". That will install the software on your computer.
More information at:
http://www.magicjack.com/how-it-works.html

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I'm attemping the MagicJack. I have a new DECT 6.0 phone. My computer does not recognize it, even though I followed the directions. I went to their website and they wanted $38 just define the probl


Magic Jack does not quite work as good as advertised. Sometimes it makes a difference which USB port you have it plugged in. I installed one a couple of years ago and I am trying to go by memory. With your computer running plug in the magicjack. The blue light should come on. I think I looked at "My Computer" and it shows up as taking two drives probably E: and F:. If I remember correctly, I opened them up and found a magicjack icon that I then dragged it down to my "Start" button. That way it tries to start magicjack on every startup of the computer. I takes a long time for magicjack to load when you start the computer. It also ties up all resources and you can't use you computer for anything else for about 3-5 minutes. I really don't understand why it takes so long, something they don't tell you on the commercials. I have an older computer, about 8 y,o. that I have mine plugged into. That is almost all I use this computer for, other than some bookkeeping and sort of a server for our house. The magicjack does not have quality sound, but somedays it works rather well. I mainly have it for a fax line. Hope some of this may help you.

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Warning u must plug magicJack in usb


Courtesy of the MagicJack website, try these steps located here to resolve the problem:

http://www.magicjacksupport.com/warning-you-must-plug-magicjack-into-usb-t3208.html

Its the first message that is closest to the top of the page that gives you the instructions.

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Magicjack phone is not working


i had unpluged and plug it back in and now it dont work

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