1. bigan123's Avatar
    if i am on a call and i receive another caller, how can i join both callers in a confrence, on the iphone you have a button "conference" ond both callers are connected. Also when I do a three way call and want to hang up on the second call because a voicemail answered, I hang up on the first caller. How do I just hang up on the voicemail, call #2?
    11-04-2011 09:48 PM
  2. kylo1's Avatar
    I spent an hour on the phone with tech support the other day trying to figure this out. basically what I learned was that you can not merge two incoming calls. You can merge your current conversation and another outgoing call that you dial, but not the other way around. From what I hear the AT&T versions of the s2 can do this though.
    11-11-2011 04:14 PM
  3. tkemack's Avatar
    I believe this is limitation of the cdma network. I'm guessing sprint's iPhone can't do it either
    11-11-2011 04:41 PM
  4. Samsmalls's Avatar
    Yes this was no problem with the 1st sgs on T mobiles gsm network for me.
    11-12-2011 11:47 AM
  5. p.Fresh's Avatar
    I got my HTC Rezound 5 days ago and I love it! I noticed on Day 4 however that when on a conference call there is absolutely no option to end only one of the calls. The only option is to end both calls. I called Verizon and was told: that when making a conference (or 3-way whatever u wanna call it lol) call that; since I initiated the call when I hang up I would end the call and both parties would get disconnected. As I was talking to the rep I received a call on the other line. I answered it and quickly ended that call, only to realize that both calls were disconnected. The rep was nice enough to call me right back. She tried calling me from another line on a call-waiting call and walked thru the steps with me only to realize, like myself, there was no option to end one of the calls. She even asked a co-worker who had the Rezound as well. Today I spoke with Tech Support and I am still baffled. I had the G2 on T-Mobile before this and never had this problem. I had the options to either conference the calls, end one of the calls, or put one on hold while I talk to the other. Don't know if its the phone, Verizon, or HTC to blame but I am only 5 days in and will be replacing for maybe an iPhone... Really prefer Android though....
    05-30-2012 11:40 PM
  6. TheMacs's Avatar
    This is a well documented limitation of CDMA networks (Sprint/Vz). GSM networks (T-mob/ATT) have this advantage.
    06-01-2012 12:57 PM