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How do I extend the ringtone time of incoming calls on binatone lifestyle 1910


Most of the newer phones have a feature that quiets the ringtone when you touch the phone or move it. You can deactivate this feature in the settings menu. I hopes this helps you..

Nov 25, 2014 | Binatone Lifestyle 1910 Twin Cordless...

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How to extend ring


To extend the number of rings before your phone goes into the answer message option, change the settings for Answer delay option as described below.
You can set number of rings before your phone answer message kicks in. You can set answer message to begin after 2, 4, 6 or 8 rings.
1. Press <Menu> and up down to select ANS Machine
2. Press <OK> and <up/down> to select TAM Settings
3. Press <OK> and <up/down> to select ANSWER DELAY (OPTIONS: 2, 4, 6 OR 8 RINGS)
4. Press <OK> and <up/down> to select to select desired delay.
5. Press <OK> to confirm.

Aug 18, 2014 | Binatone Lifestyle 1910 Twin Cordless...

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Extend ring time


this feature is set by your carrier. Call customer service and ask them to extend rings to 6 - 8.

Jul 26, 2014 | Motorola Cell Phones

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Need instruction manual for Telstra home phone S-N0933703552.it is a 3 phone set up with message bank


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Try this link.
www.telephonesonline.com.au/phone.../Telstra/.../User_instruction_...Cached - Similar

Feb 18, 2012 | Cell Phones

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How can I set full length ringtone in LG GR500


dial **61*(the your message bank number)**30# this will extend the time it takes for your phone to divert to message bank to 30 secs. If you dont want message bank you can cancel call diverts in your seetings menu after putting in this code and it will still ring for 30 secs. Note: this does not work for Vodafone Australia

Dec 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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2 second ring time then to message bank - need to know how to extend


Your cell phone carrier controls that. To you it only goes off twice you should find that the caller hears 4-5 rings before going to voice mail. Either way call "611" and talk to the tech department to see if they can help. Call from a different phone.

Jun 03, 2009 | LG KC910 Renoir Cell Phone

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I need to change the number of rings before phone goes to voicemail


First, call your voice mail. After the messages you will be given a menu to follow. On the Sony Ericsson W350 I went to Personal Options (4) then to Administrative Options (2) and finally Prompt Level (3). After reaching Prompt Level you have the option to shorten or extend the number of rings. At this point I chose to shorten the prompt and then I exitted the system.

Apr 12, 2009 | Lands Phones

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Incoming calls


Messaging then Voicemail this is where the settings are stored you can disabl all then your phone wll just keep rining or change ringing time

Jun 22, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3xx Cellular Phone

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Rings a couple of times then goes to message bank


that's controlled by your service provider, give them a call, they may be able to control the amount of time before it rolls to the message bank.  If it's a GSM phone, you can set that yourself, like so:
  1. To get the current call forwarding status, enter *#61#[SEND] into your phone.
  2. Write down the number(ignore the +1), this is the phone number that your calls are currently being diverted to.
  3. Enter **61*number*11*[delay]#[SEND] into your phone using the phone number (numbers only) as reported by the status & the delay can be set to (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30) seconds.
  4. To verify that the settings are correct, enter *#61#[SEND] into your phone.

Oct 18, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone

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