To make a phone call, enter the 10-digit phone number of the person or place you are trying to call. You are required to enter the 10-digit phone number even if you have the same area code or are in the same vicinity of the person/place you're calling. (You're not charged for domestic long distance.)
Instructions vary by phone, so if these steps don't work for you consult your user guide:
The number of contacts a phone can hold varies by phone. Can vary between 100 and 1000. Consult your user guide for details about your phone.
If you have a 385, subscribe to Wireless Back Up to save your contacts. Also, if your phone has Bluetooth capabilities it may support transferring of contacts. See phone manual for further instructions. For all other CDMA series phones, you'll have to manually re-enter your contacts.
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You might hear a rattlesnake type sound when the phone is near speakers. This is normal and may happen:
To fix this, move the phone away from the speakers, or turn the speakers off when you are on a call.
You just have to turn transmitters back on. On many phones, this is called 'Airplane Mode.'
To change this setting:
Your phone may be set up to forward calls. If Call Forward is on, your phone will not ring, and you won't get any messages.
To set up Call Forwarding:
To cancel Call Forwarding:
There are a couple of possible causes:
This message usually appears when you're using a non-compatible charger.
About battery charging:
New batteries are not fully charged when purchased.
Tip: You can't overcharge your battery. It will perform best after you fully charge and discharge it a few times.
To correct a frozen screen:
Some phones have an Auto Answer feature that causes the phone to automatically answer every incoming call after a specified number of rings.
To change your Auto Answer setting follow the steps below:
Car Kit or Headset mode
Most phones disconnect if the flip is closed during a call. However, some phones do allow you to change this setting, the trick is to activate the speaker phone before you close the flip. When you do this, then your call will continue even if you close your phone.