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Voicemail I accidentally turned off my voicemail and now cannot turn it back on. I think I went into Settings, probably Network Settings but cannot remember what I did. ?deactivated Call Diverting or did something to Voice Server. Can anyone help bc I cannot remember what I did and now callers can only send a text msge w my number, not leave voicemail messages. Eve

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Go to settings and reset ur phone is doing a same thing then u must enter this # (*2767*3855#)

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My phone keeps fading off and won't switch on, cuts off in mid-text, doesn't ring, goes straight to voice mail and the phone is only a year old. Screen constantly goes blank. Help!


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Check for iOS updates This is a double-edged sword. It's possible that a recent update to iOS has caused the problem (but if so, it should be patched soon); it's also possible that an update will fix it.
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The Do Not Disturb icon is in the top row: it's the crescent moon. Tap this and it will turn from purple (switched on) to grey (switched off).
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First of all, check there isn't something weird going on with your network settings. Go to Settings > General > Reset Network Settings, then enter your passcode. This will ensure that you have the right settings for your network.
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Vodafone enables you to choose the length of time a phone rings before going to voicemail. According to the Vodafone instructions:
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Then enter the number of seconds you'd like your phone to ring for (it has to be between 5 and 30 and a multiple of 5), followed by #.
For example, if you want to set if for 25 seconds, you'd enter **61*121*11*25#, then press call.
Vodafone will send you a text letting you know if this has worked.

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To adjust voicemail settings (including turning voicemail on or off) you need to call three on 333.
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  • 1
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