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Master Geek

Topic # 54876 22-Dec-2009 09:58
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Since we converted from CDMA to XT a couple of weeks ago I've noticed that "call back the caller" on voicemail doesn't work.

Listen to the message and press # to call back but just get the caller's number read back to you and "to hear the caller's number again press 1"  No way to actually connect the call.  Have tried it on other XT phones and same problem.  Tried calling cellular secretary from landline and same problem there.  Telecom 126 completely reset the call-minder (had to rerecord welcome etc again) but still the same issue with no call-back.

Anyone else having or had this problem and know how to fix?  Its a function I used a lot on CDMA and its a nuisance not having it now.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 284545 22-Dec-2009 10:05
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PM me your number and I'll help sort you out.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 284616 22-Dec-2009 14:04
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yup, it can be fixed, as akia has intimated.

Current Phone:
- Android: Samsung SM-G900F Galaxy S5 (XT)
- Win Phone 8: Samsung ATIV S (XT)

Current Tablet:


- Acer Iconia 7" Android Tablet


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Master Geek

  Reply # 284663 22-Dec-2009 17:02
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Thanks - have PMd # to akia - look fwd to getting function back.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 284978 24-Dec-2009 11:10
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Thanks heaps guys - Geekzone solves it again.

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