For some odd reason, my phone just all of a sudden wont let me press buttons when im in a call. like for example... if i need to press one or two or whatever for an option... i cant do that. like when you call the movies and you need to press a button to hear a movie time?? i cant do that.... why????
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1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength. 2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery. 3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover. 4.Remove the battery. 5.Wait 10 seconds. 6.Press and hold the W key. 7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery. •The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears •Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds. Step Thanks
Which make and model of phone is it?
Are you pressing the green call button beforew you try to enter the number you are calling?
You should enter the number first, then press 'green'
You wont hear a dial-tone like a landline phone
From the handset that came with the unit (if you bought additional habdsets they may not have the following menu option -- for some reason only some of my handsets allowed me to do the following), press MENU/MUTE, press the up or down buttons to select DIAL MODE, press SEL/CH, press up or down button to select the mode (I believe it is "pulse" but may be the other option), press SEL/CH (the phone will beep), press END to exit. This worked for me.
It can be changed from any phone that lets you into programming. We usually give everybody access to make changes like this, but by default, the phone designated as the Manager or Operator is usually given that access. Try ext 101.
When you get there, press PROGRAM **1234. If your display reads SYS-PGM No?, then it will work. Dial 000 and STORE. You will see the Date. Press SP PHONE! Now you will see the time. Dial the new time and press STORE. Press HOLD and PROGRAM to exit or just pick up the handset and drop it back down.
If for some odd reason you can't get into programming from ext 101, then you might have to search for the manager's phone, or call your installer to make one or all of the phones have access to programming.
They can allow you access to other programs, or even give you the installer password to get into all the programming.
The call forwarding was canceled; try this
1. pick up handset or press speaker
2. dial the code for call fwd busy/ no answer (default code is 744)
or press the forward function key
3. dial 1
4. dial the extension (lead number of your voice mail)
5. press speaker or hang up
Ok ~ I need you to goto the phone, dial FEATURE * 0 (this shows you what is on all the buttons on the set) and press the page button...
It should display F631 if it says anything else, that is what the button is...
Ok, so, to change the button back to page...
-> press FEATURE * 3
-> press the button for Page
-> press FEATURE 6 3 1
Voila, you have now programmed the button to page once again.
it shutted down because (maybe) of the folowing reasons: 1.) Error 2.) You have overloaded it, 3.) Full Memory. try removing the battery (5 mins) the put it back again. then press on.. if it wont want to start. charge your cellphone. then try pressing the on button