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Two questions for LG 9800 owners

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by stebro, Dec 28, 2005.

  1. stebro

    stebro New Member

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    I'm considering the 9800. I've checked out most of the features and have two questions left:

    For telephone contacts, does the 9800 allow you to store things like a pause, hard stop, #,* so you can access voicemail messages by pressing the talk key?

    I noticed that voice dialing is a two step process. First you have to say you want to dial a number and then you have to say who you want to call. I'm used to just saying "call xyz." Is the 9800 system a problem or do you get used to it?

    Thanks
     
  2. zamboni77

    zamboni77 Supreme CadGuru
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    In regards to voice dialing, I believe all LG's now require the two step process, I had that on my 4500
     
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  3. stebro

    stebro New Member

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    Does the extra step for voice dialing on LG phones bother you or do you get used to it?
     
  4. bethefaction

    bethefaction New Member

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    it is in a way a three step process. Once you open the voice command menu you must choose call, then say the name, then confirm the name. Personaly I do not find it that bad, because somtimes it doesn't understand me correctly. But, I guss if you are in a rush it might be annoying
     

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