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When turning on the phone, I get ''Security code:'' I do not want this message and cannot gain access to the phone. I have tried numerous numbers but to no avail. Also - how do I access voice mail on the phone?

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Sir try deafault code like 12345 or 00000...........

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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    bhupender sehgal Sep 13, 2009

    sir try deafault code like 12345 or 00000...........

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The easiest way to gain access into an answering machine is to use it's preset access code. This is the access code set at default by the vendor on the given device. The best thing about this is that most users don't bother to change the access code to their device, if they even know that they have such a feature. Even worse yet, some of the manuals given for the device by it's vendor even tells the user that changing the access code is optional, not necessary. So of course since most people only do what they feel is necessary, these access codes are many times if not usually set at default. So what I'm going to do for you now is list the different popular vendors out there, and include their preset access codes, how to use them, and controls to use after gaining access. Keep in mind that if there is no model number beside the vendor, then that means that the information given works on most of their models. Likewise of course if there is a model identification beside the vendor name (placed in parenthesis) then that of course means that the information provided is model dependant. So let's begin, shall we?

1) AT&T - preset access code is 10 - when the answering machine picks up punch in the access code
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# - stop/pause
2 - repeat message
5 - skip message
4* - record announcement (push # to end recording)
41 - play announcement
* - record memo
33 - delete all messages
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2) BellSouth - preset access code is 555, Mailbox 1: 555, 2: 666, 3: 777, 4: 888 - when the machine picks up hit * and then punch in the access code
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3) Freestyle - preset access code is 000 - when the machine picks up push in the D button and then punch in the access code
2 - play all messages
3 - play new messages
4 - skip back during messages
5 - delete during messages
6 - skip forward during messages
8 - play outgoing message
9 - record new outgoing message
0 - set answering machine on/off
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4) Vtech (VT650) - preset access code is 0000 - enter access code during announcement
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#5 - pause message
#6 - skip to next message
#7 - delete message
#8 - skip backwards
#9 - stop/exit any function
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5) Vtech (VT2650/VT2468) - preset access code is 50 - enter access code during announcement
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#5 - stops
#9 - delete message
#7 - review announcement (after beep press 7 to record an announcement and use #5 to stop)

6) Vtech (HK5886) - preset access code is 48 - enter access code during announcement
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#6 - skip message
#5 - stop
#9 - delete message
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5 - record new outgoing message
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7 - erase current message
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5 - all message playback
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REMOTE ACCESS
You can access your answerer from any touch-tone phone
by entering your 4-digit security code (the default security
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or push-button pulse-dialing phones. You can cut out the
wallet-size remote card near the back of the User’s Guide
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3. The unit plays the remote menu after the correct
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NOTE: The unit answers on the 10th ring when it is
turned off or the memory is full. To access the
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NOTE: After the unit plays the remote menu, it will
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