Go to "Prefs" Under the system category. then go to Sound % Alerts. from the drop down menu at the top choose "Phone" as the application you would like to adjust. then make sure the volume is set to something other than "Off" you can also set if it vibrates or not here.
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I'm sorry to hear you are not receiving your telephone calls. As I understand your quesiton, you say all incoming calls go directly to voice mail.
I do not have experience with your make or model but I want to try to help you solve this trouble.
I have had several cellular phones that offered a feature called "Answering Machine". When set in "Answering Machine" mode, I could not receive incoming calls. All incoming calls went directly to my voice mail. I learned this when I inadvertently set my phone to use this feature. I turned it off and I started to receive phone calls again immediately.
I can't say this will solve your problem, but I hope it leads you to a solution. I know how frustrating it can be when you depend upon your cellular telephone and it doesn't do as you expect.
I hope this is the answer that fixes your situation. You may have to call your service provider for a resolution.
What happens to the incoming calls? Check that you have not set the phone so that calls are diverted to voice mail or another number. Call your service provider and they will probably be able to send you a "service message" that will reset that.
Hi there, it is possible that you have the G1 set into "always Forward" state, which means when receiving calls the phone will forward the caller to your voicemail.
To Check and change these settings. goto the G1's Home screen, Click the "Menu" button, and then click on "Call settings". Then from here click on "Call Forwarding".
From here, the top setting should say "Always Forward" If this is set to Enabled, click on it and select Disable. This should now allow you to receive calls correctly ! if the Always forward function was disabled already, i would suggest calling T-Mobiles Customer support line to see if they have a remedy to this situation !
A) The simplest method is to call your carrier and request a longer ring time, up to 30 seconds.
B) If you have a GSM based phone, some have had success by dialing this number from your phone: **61*XXXXXXXXXXX**30#
Replace XXXXXXXXXXX with the number of your carrier voice mail
center (find it by looking at your Phone Dialer > Options >
VoiceMail > Access Number. Put your access number in place of the Xs
For example, the T-Mobile voice mail access number is 18056377243, and thus the string to dial would be **61*18056377243**30#
Replace the 30 at the end of the string with your desired seconds. For most carriers, 30 seconds is the longest allowed.
NOTE: Has been reported this doesn't work for Rogers (8700r) . 6/17/2005. Morser