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Not mention which mobile. Still this option generally you will get in call setting, find it and close it

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Why won't phone ring on incoming call?


Has this always happened?
Does it happen every single time? are you in cellular coverage, or does it happen only when you are in certain areas?
Have you got your call diverts set up correctly?

1. Find "Keypad"
2. Choose option
  • Choose one of the following options:
    • Divert all calls, go to 2a.
    • Divert missed calls, go to 2b.
    • Divert if unavailable, go to 2c.
    • Divert if busy, go to 2d.

2a - Divert all calls
  • Key in **21*+61411000321#
  • Tap Call.

2b - Divert missed calls
  • To select how long you want your mobile phone to ring before the call is diverted:
    • Key in **61*+61411000321**the required number of seconds#
  • Eg.:
  • Tap Call.

2c - Divert if unavailable
  • Key in**62*+61411000321#
  • Tap Call.

2d - Divert if busy
  • Key in**67*+61411000321#
  • Tap Call.

3. Return to the home screen

Jun 07, 2014 | Apple iPhone 5c

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When the phone rings it is answered by our receptionist but if another line rings while she is talking to the other caller the second call is supposed to be diverted to another phone. How can we rectify...


Hi.Go to SETTING menu of your phone.Select CALL SETTING,then CALL DIVERT Activate it and it will suggest if it will be diverted to another no or to the voicemail..

Jun 23, 2011 | Cell Phones

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How to divert call 5530


Hi,

Call - Divert.This feature allows you to divert an incoming call to a landline or to any cellular. This way you don't miss out on any important incoming calls. Calls can be diverted when you are busy, unavailable or travelling. The call can be diverted to any landline or cellular within the service provider's network area. Calls cannot be diverted to a cellular of another service provider.

From your Handset menu -

* go to call Divert/Forward.
* choose the option you want from the following.
* enter the number you want to forward the call to.

Options: You can choose from 4 types of Call Divert services:

1. Call Divert on "not reachable" : Diverts calls automatically to your chosen number when you cannot be reached - such as when your phone is out of network coverage, has a no battery charge or is turned off.

2. Call Divert on "busy" : Diverts calls automatically to your chosen number when your phone is engaged.

3. Call Divert on "all calls" : Diverts all calls to your chosen number. If this option is set, you will not receive any calls on your mobile phone till you have cancel Call Divert "all calls" facility.

4. Call Divert "if no reply' : Diverts calls to your chosen number when you do not answer the phone for a specified number of rings, (you can define the number of rings).

Hope it helped out.Please don't forget to rate me thanks alot..

Feb 01, 2011 | Nokia 1112 Cellular Phone

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MY PHONE IS SWITCHED ON, BATTERY AND SIM CARD CORRECTLY INSERTED BUT WONT ACCEPT CALLS. IT AUTOMATICALLY DIVERTS TO VOICE MAIL. PLEASE HELP


Hello Damien barlo, I have a solution for you. Please remember to provide me POSITIVE FEEDBACK so that I can continue providing expert solutions for free.
Please remove both the battery and your phone from a charging jack. Remove the SIM card and replace the SIM card in firmly. If you have a storage flash card, then ensure to remove that as well as replace it back into the phone. Next, step outside the home and set the phone down on the ground all allow it to find a signal on its own without you having to move around to find the best signal. If you have a second phone, please try to call your cell phone to see if it rings correctly without going to your voice mail. If your problem continues, please come back for more free expert solutions.
Thank you,

Jan 11, 2011 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone

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Phone does not ring goes straight to voicemail


hello, its is possible that you have activated your call DIVERT...
Try to deactive all call DIVERT on your phone device.. Go to your settings, check CALLS SETTINGS, THEN YOU CLICK ON CANCELL ALL DIVERT..
cheers.

May 13, 2010 | Lands Phones

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Nokia 5800 - calls always divert to answerphone


Go to call settings>>Call Divert. and cancell all diverts.

Sep 07, 2009 | Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Smartphone

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Nor ringing long enough before going to voice mail


Try going into your settings/call settings/call divert.
Go into Call Divert and cancel all diverts.
This should solve your problem.

Aug 26, 2009 | Nokia N73 Cellular Phone

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PHONE WILL NOT RING


Hi it sounds like your problem is that the call diverts are set to divert all calls what you need to do is goto settings then goto call settings then look for call divert settings what you need to do is cancel all diverts and then go through them one by one and just
activate divert if off (activating this one goes to ans phn if phn off
activate divert if busy ( goes to ans phn if your on phone call)
activate divert if out of reach (goes to ans phn if no signal)
After doing these settings then your phone should ring when someone calls you.
Before you activate any divert setting select cancel all diverts then get someone to ring you and make sure phone rings the screen will now display whos callind and the phone should also ring.
Let me know if you need further assistance ok let me know how you get on

Feb 15, 2008 | Pantech C120 Cellular Phone

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Panasonic KX-T7420


When you say; divert to another extension do you mean an answering machine or similar device. The ring count is controlled by the setting on that device and it's either a mechanical switch or a software setting. Thanks. Jer

Feb 08, 2008 | Lands Phones

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Adjust ringer length Nokia 7250


Hi the only way you can make the phone ring longer is to goto settings scroll down to call select call then select call divert then select cancel all diverts after you have dont this then select divert if busy turn this on then divert if out of reach turn this on the select divert if not available now leave them like that then when your phone is switched on it wont goto answer unless your on phone to someone else or you hang up on someone.
With the settings like that it will goto answer phone if phone is off or if you have no signal or if you are on phone to someone else but now your phone will ring for aslong as someone rings you for.
Let me know if you need further assistance

Jan 15, 2008 | Nokia 7250i

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