I used to be able to access my voicemail. However about a week ago when I went to my voice mailbox, and pressed the message I wanted to hear, nothing happened. So I engaged the speaker butto and still nothing.When I put the phone to my ear, I get Siri asking what I want instead of the voicemail.
Ok this is my situation. I have a blackberry curve from tmobile. My sister got a new phone so she gave me her blackberry storm 9350. I went to a cell phone shop around my area and they unlocked the storm so i can use it with my tmobile sim card. I put on the sim card and i thought everything was working perfect but then i found out that i have multiple problem.
The good: I can make calls, i can use the internet.
The bad: when i place a call my sister number appears in the other person phone (not my tmobile number), i cant call my voicemail, cant setup my email, cant receive calls and more problems i still havent discovered lol.
When Siri is on, each time I try to listen to my voicemail without going to speaker, Siri overrides the voicemail to beep at me. Is there a way to prevent this without having to go through settings to turn Siri off when I want to quickly listen to a voicemail, and then back to settings to turn Siri back on?
Quite often when I access voicemail on my screen, I hit "Play" the message, Siri opens up. I try and close it down and hit play again and it keeps popping open.I end up having to restart the entire phone. I am also noticing my voicemails are severly delayed in showing up as messages on my phone. Sometimes a few days later it will show i have a vm and when I listen to it, it was recorded 48 hours earlier. This is not consistent but intermittent.
I have the iPhone 5c and am on IOS 8.1.1.Â When I get a voice mail, the voice mail icon no longer lights up.Â This has been since I updated to the latest version of IOS.Â I have to turn the phone off.Â When I turn the phone back on, the voice mail icon lights up.Â Is there a way to correct this?
I am not receiving notifications that there are voice mails. This seemed to have started when I switched to visual voice mail (VVM). I will get notification after (a week sometimes) all at once for multiple messages.
Anyone else out there own a 700? This thing is just a disaster! I've owned Nokia phones (an no other make) for over 10 years, but this is by far my most disappointing experience. I am at wits end and near the tipping point (of purchasing an iPhone 5).Nearly 1 in 5 times I use the darned thing it crashes. Also, my icons for search items are gone (except for restaurants). I restored the phone and now it won't download any maps! I used to have complete maps for the USA, Canada and Mexico, but now it will not even download the USA.I can not download the latest firmware (version of Symbian). My phone says it is up-to-date, but it is not. I do not have a PC so I can not use Nokia Suite (why? Nokia, get real and write a Mac version already).
When I reboot my phone it will not receive voice mail or text messages! I have to reboot it again.Why is this phone so buggy? I'm sending it in for warranty repair but I don't think I want this or any Nokia software phone. I think I'll try a Nokia Windows phone if Nokia will give me some credit for this phone and allow me to apply it towards the Windows versions. I mean seriously, Apple has their bomb proof software that works. If there is a bug, give them a week and there's an easily obtained update. I'm not an Apple fanboy, but I'm being driven away. Can someone help me make this right? I'm sure whatever Nokia tech looks at my phone will say it is fine, it's the software that is uncooperative.Anyone else with a 700?
I have Verizon, and I click the Phone on the home page, then voicemail, then did all the steps, once I got to saving it, it said "Voicemail Unavailable, Unable to intiate connection." It's irritating me haha.I even went to Setting then Reset then reseted Network Settings and it's still saying it