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# 137928 13-Dec-2013 15:27
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I want to program a 3 second delay into a phone number IE 0800XXXXX 3 second delay then a extension number. How do I do this?

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  # 951714 13-Dec-2013 15:29
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Would depend entirely what you're programming it into.


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  # 951715 13-Dec-2013 15:30
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Typically hold down the * key for a few seconds, a comma or "p" should appear on the display.

(works in iphone, has worked on older mobile feature phone's I've had too)

 
 
 
 


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  # 951716 13-Dec-2013 15:30
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On what is what we need to know

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# 951718 13-Dec-2013 15:32
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xontech: Typically hold down the * key for a few seconds, a comma or "p" should appear on the display.

(works in iphone, has worked on older mobile feature phone's I've had too)


How can you tell what device / handset they are speaking about?



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  # 951733 13-Dec-2013 15:50
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Sorry, its a Samsung S3. I tried usuing the comma's but that didntr work

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  # 951734 13-Dec-2013 15:50
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xontech: Typically hold down the * key for a few seconds, a comma or "p" should appear on the display.

(works in iphone, has worked on older mobile feature phone's I've had too)


How can you tell what device / handset they are speaking about?


I can't hence the "(works in iphone, has worked on older mobile feature phone's I've had too)"

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  # 951735 13-Dec-2013 15:53
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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Pauses to an Existing Contact Numbers

The English isn't great, but hopefully this will help anyway.

 
 
 
 




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  # 951764 13-Dec-2013 16:54
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ubergeeknz: Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Pauses to an Existing Contact Numbers

The English isn't great, but hopefully this will help anyway.


Thanks, that site gave me the info I needed to make it work.

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