1. jossanaijr's Avatar
    this is my post #1 in this forum. I just changed from Palm Pre Plus to a Samsung Google Nexus S. The phone I bought (unlocked) was supposed to be brand new but I think it was used a little before. Anyway it is great and working very fine but I have a problem. In the call forward options there was a number to be called in case of not responding phone. I want to disable those options but I got an error message and the old number come back. It says something like my provider does not allow changing those call forward options. Any suggestion? Thanks.
    10-19-2011 06:37 PM
  2. jossanaijr's Avatar
    Hi, just bumping my question... This problem persists... tks
    10-22-2011 06:21 PM
  3. forenuser's Avatar
    Hello, Moin Moin, Sal!

    Same here - with a brand new, unbranded and unlocked german Nexus S with 2.3.6. and o2 (germany) SIM.

    The call forward settings are configured in the "carriers network" but not in the phone or SIM.
    I do not know your carriers default settings but o2 (germany) uses the following:

    -: "Busy": re-direction to the voice mail box.
    -: "Not avaiable" and "Not responding": re-direction the SMS-Info Service.

    For this reason it may pretty normal that the option can not be deactivated, but another target phone number may be entered.
    10-23-2011 05:52 AM