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VX4400 voicemail hack

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by kingofgondor, Sep 16, 2004.

  1. kingofgondor

    kingofgondor New Member

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    I read somewhere over on HOFO that there was a sequence of numbers/symbols that could be programmed into the voice mail option so that you could bypass putting in you password. I cannot get it to work! Has anyone been able to successfully get it to work on a 4400? If so, how about some help? Thanks in advance. :D :D
     
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    yeah...i think of got it in your phonebook make a contact called voicemail wit the number *86 (hard pause) then your password. whenever you want to check your voicemail call it and when it asks for your password hit the left soft key (release)

    hope this helps
     
  3. Tony E!

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    No, for that to work you do just the opposite, take the 86 Out.

    Left softkey ("Menu")
    4 ("Messages")
    6 ("Msg Settings")
    8 ("Edit voice mailbox #")
    Enter your phone number; Enter a T (for a pause); Enter your password; Enter a pound ("#")
    ex: 19175288475 T4646#
     
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  4. kingofgondor

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    I got it to work by doing the last steps, but my number shows as:
    1234567890T#0000#. I set it to speed dial 1. It works as far as I can tell.
     
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    You're welcome.... ;)
     
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    At one time, prior to Verizon's latest upgrade, it was possible to setup the 4400 to simply press 'OK' when a new voicemail arrived. I have not had much luck getting my 4400 programmed to make use of this technique.

    Has anyone else figured out how to program this phone to use the "OK" button?

    -JRG
     

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