thanks for your message. I solved the problem but actually don't know exactly how!!! I think my son put a 3-number PIN code that I introduced by ramdom. Thanks anyway, but remember that I do not want you to use my email for commercial purposes (ads for example).
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Find the settings for the phone (if you don't know how, search the manufacturer's support page for your phone's model number and download the owner's manual (may be called "User's Guide" or "User's Manual") and look up the procedure. Make sure the number of rings before answering is set to at least 1 (I use 4 rings; that gives me time to get to the phone without making the caller wait too long before being asked to record a message).
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cannot speak or receive phone call on the 2 dect phones at the same time; am able to hear from one uniden and land-line phone in the house at the same time.solve this
Are there English translations of the owner's manual? solve this
Sorry to bother you, but would you be able to upload the user manual, I just bought an idect N1i, it came without a user manual, and I am struggling to find one online, your help would be greatly appreciated.
The rings you hear when dialing your phone number is a machine in the local telephone office that is in place so you have something to listen to while your call is being processed and not your actual phone ringing, also the caller ID requires one to two ring cycles to gather the information it displays on your screen therefore the amount of rings you hear when calling a number rarely matches the actual number of rings at the phone you are calling. There is no programming in the Samsung 100 to change this as it is controlled by your local phone company. Hope this helps explain the situation, Good Luck