Eventhough I am attaching pictures to different contacts for caller identification, when someone calls the pictures do not appear. HELP please. I have been through the manual and looked at various sites on the web, but nothing is working!
Thanks for any assistance you can render.
Try shutting off the cell phone and then remove the battery from the cell phone, waiting a few minutes and then reinstalling the battery. Once you have done turn the phone back on and reassign to pictures to your contacts. It worked for me. Don't worry you phone memory will not be lost.
Taryn, try going to your wireless carrier store and ask them to help. My friend had this problem and they said you have to save the contacts to the phone instead of to the simcard im not sure how to do this myself.This is all i can contribute. Hope it works.
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Caller ID (caller identification, CID), also called calling line identification (CLID) or calling number identification (CNID), is a telephone service, available in analog and digital phone systems and most Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications, that transmits a caller's number to the called party's telephone equipment during the ringing signal, or when the call is being set up but before the call is answered. Where available, caller ID can also provide a name associated with the calling telephone number. The information made available to the called party may be displayed on a telephone's display or on a separately attached device.
try transferring the calls from ur mobile to the voicemail when u r not available....
in call settings u might have an option of forwarding the incoming call after so many particular number of rings... forward the calls to ur voicemail numbers using this and then u ll have the numbers in ur recieved calls list.
this might work but is only a temporary solution
I contacted my phone service carrier. They informed me there is no way to block incoming calls. However, as long as I do not answer unwanted calls and let them go straight to voicemail, there will be no charge for them. That was my concern - that I was being charged for unwanted telemarketing calls to my cell phone.
with the phone closed, goto tools, voice commands....click on settings
in the lower right.......scroll down to call alert.......change to ring
only or caller id+ring....on the env that should solve your problem