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Posted Aug 16, 2013
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make your phone ring louder.
Samsung Galaxy S3 I was told that you can make it happen through this account. Where would that be?
Samsung Galaxy S3 I was told that you can make it happen through this account. Where would that be?

make your phone ring louder.

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Aug 16, 2013 7:24:40 AM
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I meant to make it ring "Longer"

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Aug 16, 2013 8:00:32 AM
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Do you mean while trying to call someone? I would dial the number I wish and press the + volume key and the volume should increase within the call.
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Do you mean while trying to call someone? I would dial the number I wish and press the + volume key and the volume should increase within the call.
~Sunshine :)
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To adjust the time it takes to divert to Voice Mail:

 

Get the Status:

 

*#61#[SEND]

 

The status will report the delay (5, 10, 15.., up to 30) & the phone number where your calls are diverted if there is no answer.

 

To change it:

**61*[number]**[delay]#[SEND]

 

Use the number that was reported by the status & the delay can be set to (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30) seconds.

 

-nfsmith

To adjust the time it takes to divert to Voice Mail:

 

Get the Status:

 

*#61#[SEND]

 

The status will report the delay (5, 10, 15.., up to 30) & the phone number where your calls are diverted if there is no answer.

 

To change it:

**61*[number]**[delay]#[SEND]

 

Use the number that was reported by the status & the delay can be set to (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30) seconds.

 

-nfsmith

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