Question about Samsung Cell Phones
I have a Samsung WEP 850 bluetooth headset. Is there a way to disable the auto-redial feature as it accidentally gets pressed (I hang it around my neck using a band) and therefore causes the last number to be accidentally redialed. Any advice on how I can disable the redial feature will be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to press the interlocking circles button on the handset (in the centre at the top) to show the last number dialled (incidentally, you can now press the down arrow to scroll through previous dialled numbers).
When you get to the one you want, simply press the green handset button to dial the number displayed.
That's last number re-dial in 2 steps (there is no single click solution)
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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Posted on Feb 14, 2009
had same problem with this headset on two phones and finally solved it.
1. make sure bluetooth on phone is activated (know that sounds silly but some people forget)
2. with the headset turned off, press and hold the on/off button on the headset until the light on the headset FLASHES CONTINUOUS BLUE AND RED (about 8 seconds). This is most important, because if lights on headset are not continuously flashing blue and red, the headset is not in discovery mode.
3. once headset is in discovery mode, go into "my devices" on bluetooth menu on phone and click to search for new devices. make sure phone and headset are close together. phone will say searching- BE PATIENT, THIS STEP TAKES THE PHONE SOME TIME. eventually phone will show that it found your headset.
4. once the phone lists the headset, click on the headset and tell the phone to connect to the device. at this point the phone will bring up a passcode screen. enter 0000, and tell it to connect. when it connects, the lights on the headset will automatically go to an intermittent blue. you should be all set.
the biggest mistakes my kids made trying to pair these headsets were:
1. failing to turn bluetooth on for the phone
2. turning the headset on in something other than discovery mode (continuous blue/red flashing lights)
3. not being patient enough to wait for the phone to find the device.
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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