Im sure this is just somehing in the setup of the phone but I have searched everywhere and cant find it. When I dail 1 then it will first give me a . then @ and then 1
Its like typing a text message on a cell phone.
Any help will be appreciated.
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uninstall the software and drivers from add/remove programs in control panel, goto www.samsung.com and search for your model of phone, then download centre, then download the PC Studio from there, its more updated on the site. Also make sure your bluetooth is switched off and that when you connect the phone it is set to PC studio and not mass storage or media player.
I resolved this problem by unplugging the unit for a few seconds, waiting for the system to reset, then pushing the reset button, and waiting for the system to reset a second time. After that, the phone worked perfectly again.
I believe I saw somewhere that the 7920 works best with the 4.02 version of firmware... only hitch is you can't get it unless you have a valid Cisco login with access to their voice stuff. You could see if your local partner could get it for you otherwise. Also, I think you need the cradle to upgrade the phone manually - otherwise you need a TFTP server set up and the proper keywords in the cnf.xml file. There is better info on voip-info.org about these sccp phones - god I wish they (Cisco) would release a SIP firmware for these things!