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Type *#61# and press call - Check call redirection status.
Cancel all redirections: ##002#
*43# to activate call waiting, to deactivate #43#.
If your phone doesn't have incoming call barring and outgoing call barring, you can try this. For outgoing call barring dial *33*barcode*# and pres OK. To deactivate it dial #33#barcode*#.
On any phone on any network type in **43# to enable conference calls. You can make up to 7 calls at once
If you need to block SMS reception (if you are spammed by someone) just press this code: *35*xxxx*16# xxxx is your Call Barring code (default is 0000). To remove this barring type: #35*xxxx#
If you want to hide/show your phone number when calling, put one of these codes below in front of the number that you are going to call. (*#30# / *#31# or *31# / #31# ) Works on some networks.
Typing *0# or *nm# on the beginning of a txt message gives you detailed delivery report on some networks.. But turn off reports in message settings before.
When the sim card-pin blocked type **042*pin2 old*newpin2*newpin2* Important:
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I have a similar problem with my Samsung on Vodafone, but the "emergency calls only" error message. Solution is to re-boot it by power off and on. Problem appears irregularly, but functions OK once re-booted. If this solves your problem, then I assume that the other error messages are simply the sort of behaviour associated with computers hanging etc.
hello,it could be a network problem from your service provider,so you will need to contact them to find out what the problem is,or you can as well scroll through your setting to se if your outgoing calls are not being barred. please kindly rate the solution if it's helpful,
to check your settings, go to your menu, select settings, select phone applications, select call, select voice call. to check for your outgoing calls, you can find it all, in your call log. select menu, and select call log. filter it by outgoing calls or dialed and select a contact or select call manager to give you more details on datas, messages, call cost and call time. select a contact and select more or select contact details. to give you more information. regards.