1. sndeh's Avatar
    Does anyone know how to edit the speed dial for voicemail. i would like to add a pause and my password.

    thanks
    05-04-2010 11:40 AM
  2. mritter88's Avatar
    (I don't think you can, unfortunately...at least not that I can figure out. On past phones what I've done is just create a second speed dial shortcut and put in the pause and password and just not use the default speed dial.)

    EDIT: I figured it out...
    Go to your home screen, hit Menu > Settings > Call > Voicemail settings > long press on "voicemail number" and then edit the voicemail number there. I assume that that will change the speed dial number (though I haven't checked myself).
    05-04-2010 11:48 AM
  3. sndeh's Avatar
    i'm bad . i should have looked in the FAq sticky before posting the question. thanks for the quick reply.
    05-04-2010 12:12 PM
  4. ncbryan's Avatar
    When you edit your voicemail, AFTER the *82 that is already there put a comma (pause) and then your password. Works like a champ!
    05-04-2010 12:17 PM
  5. SirKeats's Avatar
    anyone know of a way to override the face sensor? seems to me that my password isn't dialing until i pull the phone away from my face. i think when the sensor blacks out the screen, it prevents any dialing.
    05-10-2010 11:08 AM
  6. trmoney24's Avatar
    (I don't think you can, unfortunately...at least not that I can figure out. On past phones what I've done is just create a second speed dial shortcut and put in the pause and password and just not use the default speed dial.)

    EDIT: I figured it out...
    Go to your home screen, hit Menu > Settings > Call > Voicemail settings > long press on "voicemail number" and then edit the voicemail number there. I assume that that will change the speed dial number (though I haven't checked myself).
    thanks for the tip. i use google voice so this will allow me to set another number for speed dial 1! awesome.
    05-10-2010 01:08 PM
  7. VZWBB's Avatar
    anyone know of a way to override the face sensor? seems to me that my password isn't dialing until i pull the phone away from my face. i think when the sensor blacks out the screen, it prevents any dialing.
    I would think if you could override it, it would be for every call dialed, not just this one, and that might prove annoying as well.

    I had this happen to me the other day too. I simply pulled it away from my face, screen came back, it dialed password automatically, and I put it right back to my ear.
    05-10-2010 01:16 PM
  8. buckifvr's Avatar
    anyone know of a way to override the face sensor? seems to me that my password isn't dialing until i pull the phone away from my face. i think when the sensor blacks out the screen, it prevents any dialing.
    Yeah I noticed this too, not a big deal, just quirky and annoying. But not a big deal now that I know.
    05-10-2010 01:22 PM
  9. MTCB's Avatar
    Thanks I appreciate the help, I could not figure it out. Had tried all of the old tricks. Still won't work from the application if I don't have a new message, but that takes care of most of the frustration.
    02-21-2013 04:38 PM
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