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It isnt picking up calls it goes straight to voicemail and will not let me call out or send texts in the text box it will say failed general problems cause code 107

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My phone keeps fading off and won't switch on, cuts off in mid-text, doesn't ring, goes straight to voice mail and the phone is only a year old. Screen constantly goes blank. Help!

Missing calls on your iPhone? Or finding that your iPhone calls go directly to voicemail, and don't know why? You're not alone.
In this article we discuss some simple issues that may be causing calls to be diverted, and explain how to fix them. Read next: How to manage voicemail on iPhone
Check for iOS updates This is a double-edged sword. It's possible that a recent update to iOS has caused the problem (but if so, it should be patched soon); it's also possible that an update will fix it.
When Apple updates iOS it's inevitable that some things will go wrong. Most of these should be picked up in the beta. but a few will slip through to be patched at a later date.
When iOS 7 came out back in 2013, for example, some iPhones suddenly found that incoming calls were being directly transferred to voicemail. The option has since been disabled by default.
If you've noticed the voicemail problem since updating iOS, there's a good chance that the two things are related. Check for any new updates since then, which are likely to include a patch. Read more:
Do Not Disturb mode If the problem persists, Do Not Disturb mode may be the issue. Perhaps you turned it on by mistake, or turned it on and then forgotten about it. It may even have been switched on against your wishes by a glitch in iOS.
You can tell quite easily if you've got Do Not Disturb switched on, because there will be a crescent moon icon in the top right of the iPhone's status bar, next to the Bluetooth and battery icons.
When Do Not Disturb is enabled, calls and alerts that arrive are silenced: that's the reason your calls are being diverted before you have a chance to answer them.
The quickest way to turn off Do Not Disturb is via the Control Centre. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring this up.

The Do Not Disturb icon is in the top row: it's the crescent moon. Tap this and it will turn from purple (switched on) to grey (switched off).
In iOS 11, which at time of writing is available in beta and comes out officially in autumn 2017, Control Centre looks a bit different, and the precise controls shown are customisable - but you'll always see the Do Not Disturb toggle. It's the same as before: a crescent moon.
Alternatively (although more slowly), you can turn it off via the Settings app. Open the Settings app and in the second batch of options underneath Notifications and Control Centre, you'll see a purple icon with that crescent moon and the words Do Not Disturb.
Click on that. Move the slider on Manual so that it's off - so there's no green on the slider.
How do I stop my iPhone going to voicemail after just three rings? This is a slightly different problem. Your voicemail isn't controlled by the iPhone itself, but by your network provider, and you have to adjust these settings by dialling your network and using a phone option.
First of all, check there isn't something weird going on with your network settings. Go to Settings > General > Reset Network Settings, then enter your passcode. This will ensure that you have the right settings for your network.
Whether you can change the length of time that the phone rings before going to voicemail depends on the network provider. Some, like Vodafone, enable you to change this using their automated system. Others require you to call up, or the amount is fixed.


Vodafone enables you to choose the length of time a phone rings before going to voicemail. According to the Vodafone instructions:
  • Enter **61*121*11*[Number of seconds]#
Then enter the number of seconds you'd like your phone to ring for (it has to be between 5 and 30 and a multiple of 5), followed by #.
For example, if you want to set if for 25 seconds, you'd enter **61*121*11*25#, then press call.
Vodafone will send you a text letting you know if this has worked.


To adjust voicemail settings (including turning voicemail on or off) you need to call three on 333.
To turn off VoiceMail on the Three network, dial "333" and tap the "Keypad" in the Phone app. Press the the following buttons
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
You should get a text from Three stating that you have successfully turned off voicemail. To turn it on again go through the steps but change the last entry to "2


O2 has a direct line to turning voicemail on and off. Just dial the following numbers direct from your phone.
  • Turn voicemail off: 1210
  • Turn voicemail on: 1750

Aug 25, 2017 | Cell Phones

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Calls to my new mobile are going straight to voicemail

When your iPhone is locked (the screen is off), Do Not Disturb silences all incoming calls, text message notifications, and alerts on your iPhone. Unlike silent mode, Do Not Disturb sends incoming calls straight to voicemail. Disable do not disturb

Nov 26, 2016 | Cell Phones

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I have iphone 4 3g the "power button" at the top of my phone stopped working earlier today when I push it it does nothing and so i used the reset setting and now when i try to call anyone itacts like its...

In regards to the power button not working. Ive seen a few phones come in to my store, and we haven't been able to figure out any fix for it yet short of opening it and replacing parts. Since you have tried my first suggestion of resetting it, I would suggest you find a repair depot, and get them to replace that piece.

Feb 11, 2014 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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I have a network busy message on a RAZR V3 when trying to make a call. I can send text messages and the sim works fine in another phone. When I call the phone it goes straight to voicemail.

Turn off your phone then take the battery and sim car out for ten seconds replace then reboot your phone. This performs a soft reset. If it still doesn't work back as much stuff up as possible (contacts, pictures, apps, ect.) and perform a hard reset.

Good Luck!

Dec 14, 2012 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Can't receive texts with certain numbers

go to contacts in the phone, go to your entry, press sub menu button, uncheck incoming calls (send calls directly to voicemail)

Jul 08, 2012 | Lg800g With 1200 Minutes And TripMinutes...

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Phone doesnt ring, it goes straight to voicemail

Hii pls chk for all saved contacts, the option "send calls directly to voicemail" is unchecked.
and also verify that the following are unchecked under: Call Settings-->Call forwarding

1-Forward when busy
2-Forward when unanswered
3-Forward when unreachable

If the problem still occurs contact your customer care executive.

Jun 07, 2012 | HTC Status

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You need to contact your service provider and have your Voicemail reset. The carrier can reset everything. This includes fixing your incoming text problem.

Aug 06, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone

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Mitel 5212 no dial tone and goes straight to voicemail

Not too sure about the no dial tone issue, but you can check to see if the DND is turned on...
Press the Blue Superkey and scroll thru till you see DND (Do Not Disturb) is on and shut it off.

Jul 20, 2009 | Mitel 5212 IP Phone

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Calls go straight to voicemail

You please change the setting from answer voicemail to ring mode if you have any dificaltey refer your phone user manual book and reset the option

Jun 18, 2008 | LG VX8300 Cellular Phone

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