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Extending ring time.

(Topic created on: 31-07-2023 09:28 AM)
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bishoplad
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The ring time on my Galaxy S21 is too short. I used **61*101**30# but the message days this MMI code is invalid. What should I use to extend my time

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KirkyLAD
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If its going to voicemail, that's managed by your network. Try Googling your network and how to change ringer duration. Different networks use different numbers for that

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AaronAJ
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@bishoplad Please try doing the following:

Open the Phone app > Keypad > Type **61*321**00# on your keypad. This code will allow you to set how long your phone rings before it goes to your voicemail > Replace 00 in the code with the number of seconds you want your phone to ring. For all incoming calls, your phone will ring for the number of seconds you enter here, and then it will drop to voicemail. Your options here include 05, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 seconds. For example, if you want your phone to ring for 15 seconds before it goes to voicemail, your keypad code should look like **61*321**15#.


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KirkyLAD
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If its going to voicemail, that's managed by your network. Try Googling your network and how to change ringer duration. Different networks use different numbers for that
elsbeth2
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The message I get is "Call forwarding.  Connection problem or invalid MMI code."  Help!

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elsbeth2
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That does not work  I get a message "Call forwarding.  Connection problem or invalid MMI code."  Sometimes I just get the message "Invalid MMI code."

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