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    Default Change your ringer to 30 seconds long
    Well I actually found something useful from the Apple forums.

    How to Extend your Ringer Time
    From: BCammaratta
    Here is what i know about the ringer time.

    First type *#61#{SEND}. Your iPhone will show where your voicemail calls are being to sent to. Write down the number as for you will need later. Second type {STAR} {STAR} 61 {STAR}{the number you just wrote down}**30#{SEND}. When you get the confirmation dismiss it. Finally, check that your calls are still being forwarded to the correct number. Type *#61#{SEND} and verify its the same number as before.

    There you have it, your now 30 second ringer.

    Where you see {STAR} it means *, i couldnt get it to show it correctly

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    awesome. I work for ATT and didnt know this. I wonder if it will work on normal phones too.

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    yes it will!

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    how long is it usually...ive never paid attention

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    20 secs,

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    O RIGHT ON....THANKS....so it gives you a lil more time to answer phone before the voicemail does.....am i correct

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    yep..dead on!

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    see, Im only half retarded.

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    Smile Excellent...Thank you
    This is great...with the volume so low on this phone, I can use those extra 10 seconds to get to the phone in time. Thanks for the great tip!

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    Very Very COOL and needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by stlcaddie View Post
    see, Im only half retarded.
    No comment...Haha. What useful information! Thanks!

    Reako

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    I'm guessing the 30 in the number you dial tells the phone how long to ring before voicemail picks up correct?

    Can it be any other value?

    I don't personally like voicemail so if I could make it ring even longer, people would hang up before they get to the voicemail prompt.

    Or better yet, when you dail *#61# and it says "setting interrogation succeedded async data circuit call forwarding when unanswered enabled" .......how can I DISABLE??????????????
    Last edited by mike1114; 12-13-2007 at 02:39 PM.

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    30 seconds is max

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    it will be a better guide for you, below... check this out, yeah babes

    1. On your phone, dial *#61# and click Send.

    Will appear as:
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    Setting Interrogation Succeeded
    Voice Call Forwarding
    When Unanswered
    Forwards to +1xxxYYYzzzz
    Enabled

    Do not use xxxYYYzzzz in further steps... this represents your number, and those #'s are those to be entered in further steps.

    2. Write down the number (including +1)

    3. Dial **61*+1xxxYYYzzzz**30# and hit Send. +1xxxYYYzzzz is the number you wrote
    down previously, 30 is the delay in seconds. The delay can be set in 5 second increments,
    (30) is maximum

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

    5. Verify working voice mail.

    If you find you or your contacts are not being forwarded to your voice mail you have incorrectly altered your voice mail forward #.
    To find out what it is and try again:

    Dial ##002# and send. This will reset that forward number to factory defaults.
    By then Dialing *#61# you will again display the your current (default) voice mail
    forwarding #.

    Return to step [2] and continue
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    i tried setting it to 30secs several times on my t-mobile and it doesn't work. i am able to get the forwarding +1xxxXXXxxxx number but when it's time to set it, it fails. it tried to set it but in the end it just said error.

    i'm wondering if this only works with ATT.

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    im from singapore..and it works for me...please try it again slowly and carefully
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    Quote Originally Posted by m.o.r. View Post
    i tried setting it to 30secs several times on my t-mobile and it doesn't work. i am able to get the forwarding +1xxxXXXxxxx number but when it's time to set it, it fails. it tried to set it but in the end it just said error.

    i'm wondering if this only works with ATT.
    im on t-mobile n it worked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.o.r. View Post
    i tried setting it to 30secs several times on my t-mobile and it doesn't work. i am able to get the forwarding +1xxxXXXxxxx number but when it's time to set it, it fails. it tried to set it but in the end it just said error.

    i'm wondering if this only works with ATT.
    It's possible that you have the wrong voicemail number? Maybe the one you got from the phone is an ATT one not the correct one for your network? Check it against someone in the same country on the same network as you? Or, check it against someone on ATT to see if it's the wrong number, at least it's a step in the right direction, then you can ask your operator for the correct number.

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    hello man
    i got your edtails about call forwarding command ,
    please tell me is there any way we can change the status for this command
    like forwarding to voice mail when unreachable or forweard sms or ,,,

    if there any extension for command please let me know !!!

    thanks

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    This worked great! Thanks!
    JESUS CHRIST SAVES

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