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Thread: **How To: Set # of secs call goes to voicemail

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    Default **How To: Set # of secs call goes to voicemail
    This is useful for people using Video Ringtones via vWallPaper or people annoyed that their calls go to voicemail after 15 seconds. Do these steps to configure the time calls go to voicemail via the phone withougt having to call AT&T.


    Works only for AT&T!
    Works only for AT&T!
    Works only for AT&T!

    1. On your phone, dial *#61# and click Send (For the Noobs that'll be the call button).

    2. Some information should be displayed: number that the calls are being forwarded to and the delay before the forwarding engages.

    3. Write down the number (including +1)

    4. Dial **61*+1xxxyyyzzzz*11*30# and hit Send (For the Noobs that'll be the call button).

    +1xxxyyyzzzz is the number you wrote down previously.

    Make sure you include the +1xxxyyyzzz. 30 is the delay in seconds. The delay can be set in 5 second increments, 30 seconds is maximum. For example it can only be increased in 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 seconds!

    5. Dial *#61# to verify that the new settings are active.

    Call yourself and watch your video ringtone or listen to your custom ringtone. It will play longer now.

    Good Luck
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    This works for T-Mobile USA. *#61# returns 18056377243. So, **61*18056377243*30# sets 30 seconds.

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    great info

    (for the noobs that would be the call button)ROFL

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    Yeah this is pretty good info. 5 secs would piss everyone i know off.lol Whats a good medium guys?... just leave it where it is?.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenzoHartt View Post
    Yeah this is pretty good info. 5 secs would piss everyone i know off.lol Whats a good medium guys?... just leave it where it is?.lol
    A good medium? I think MORE than 30 seconds. Years ago, our phones would ring for 45-60 seconds. From a computing point of view, making a phone ring is equivalent to talking (maybe more). A long time ago, cellular companies realized if they shorten the maximum, their revenues would increase (more people checking voicemail). One thing is universal ..... companies never do anything for free.

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    I just put mines to 30 seconds because I actually like to look at the music video that plays when someone calls me.
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    Awesome info. Thank you

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    3YR BUMP. Advise if this still works for you guys so I can update it if need be.
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gQstatus05 View Post
    3YR BUMP. Advise if this still works for you guys so I can update it if need be.
    i tried it, but it didnt change the length of time before going to vm.
    Last edited by daytonaviolet; 10-10-2012 at 07:48 PM. Reason: posted wrong pic

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