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    Hey everyone.

    So back when I had my Droid 4 I got rid of most of the Verizon services like backup and voicemail and set up Google Voice. When I got my Moto X back in Nov, I never set it back up. So I downloaded it, then I ended up clicking I don't know what. No voicemails besides the greetings one. I'm unsure on if its working or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TechTinker View Post
    Hey everyone.

    So back when I had my Droid 4 I got rid of most of the Verizon services like backup and voicemail and set up Google Voice. When I got my Moto X back in Nov, I never set it back up. So I downloaded it, then I ended up clicking I don't know what. No voicemails besides the greetings one. I'm unsure on if its working or not.
    So on your moto X, did you download the Google Voice app and successfully sign into it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric002 View Post
    So on your moto X, did you download the Google Voice app and successfully sign into it?

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    I downloaded it and signed up with my gmail yes. But I know Verizon has issues and it looks like I haven't received a voicemail in a year and a half.

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    Here is what I followed to set up Google Voice voicemail on my Moto X

    [GUIDE] Google Voice on your Verizon GS3 - xda-developers

    Step 7 is the important one.

    To know if it works just call your phone from another phone and let it go to voicemail. You'll either hear the verizon greeting or the google greetings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clocks View Post
    Here is what I followed to set up Google Voice voicemail on my Moto X
    [GUIDE] Google Voice on your Verizon GS3 - xda-developers
    Step 7 is the important one.
    To know if it works just call your phone from another phone and let it go to voicemail. You'll either hear the verizon greeting or the google greetings.
    Ok, I skipped over #2, just because I didn't want to mess with it. I couldn't find #3 anywhere. And I went to voice.google.com, clicked on edit for my registered phone, and clicked on activate forwarding that way instead of step #7. I called and it worked, I heard the message. Can we have a bit of a message then the name, then finish it up? Hopefully this works, but I usually ignore voicemails anyways. xD Maybe that'll change with visual voicemail.

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