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Galaxy s8 rings only twice. How to adjust

(Topic created on: 16-06-2017 10:42 PM)
SandraAnn
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How do you adjust how many times a galaxy s8 rings before going onto answerphone? Mine only rings twice which makes me keep missing calls

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BandOfBrothers
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Hi

To extend the amount of rings before a calls drops to voicemail is usually done via specific settings supplied by your mobile network operator. I.e. keying in a string of numbers and #,* etc.

I'd suggest to look at their home page and look for this feature.


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BandOfBrothers
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Hi

To extend the amount of rings before a calls drops to voicemail is usually done via specific settings supplied by your mobile network operator. I.e. keying in a string of numbers and #,* etc.

I'd suggest to look at their home page and look for this feature.


Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²³ Ultra 512Gb in Phantom Black.

The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "

GrahamR
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Dial **61*321**20# call.

20 refers to number of seconds before voicemail answers,insert 5 10 15 20 25 or 30.

catcst1
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and all I get is the usual "the number you have dialed is incorrect....."  so now what?

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mauricejoe
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It depends on your carrier. Mine is T-Mobile. For T-Mobile there are two options, if one doesn't work try the other one:

First option: **61*here you must enter the number 1 followed by your phone number, including area code**here you enter the number of seconds you want it to ring#

Second option: **61*here you enter the number 1 followed by your area code, followed by 6377243**here you enter the number of seconds you want it to ring#

Don't forget to enter  asterisks and the number sign in the end #

For me the second option is the one that worked.

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