Is there a way to add a pause or wait to a phone number in the contact list? The purpose would be to dial an extension number of enter a PIN for a calling card. This is easily done in MOTO phones, several brands of PDAs and I believe, Nokia phones.
how do you send a phone number that's not in your contact list to someone through a text message?¬ I was looking for an option to send a phone number in my recent calls, but not in my contact list, to someone through a text message and i couldn't find one.
how I manually add a contact. I had a look at the help page and it tells me to open Timescape and do it that way. But it's a new phone and I don't have any records in there. I jusr want to add some more contacts. I know I can do this via my Google contacts but there must be a simple way to do it on the phone, but I just can't find it.
I just got my Galaxy S5 and love it. I know you can add numbers to a reject list so when they call it takes them to your voicemail and you get no notification that even called. Is there a way to add those numbers to a reject list so when they text you get no notification as well, or am I stuck with receiving their texts still? I know there's other apps that block texts, but from all the ones I've tried the screen still lights up when the blocked messages come in, and the one that didn't like up I did not like at all.
When i add a new contact, or when I edit an existing contact. It appears in the top of the contact list. Knowing the the contact name does not start with letter A, and it appears above contacts with letter A.
We have a contact list in html format in our organization. The contact list is displayed by the BB browser. The emails and phone numbers in this list work fine for other models we have (9650,etc.) But users with new BB Torch 9800 can not click on the phone numbers or emails any more. Our provider is ATT. The OS I believe is 184.108.40.206.
I was wondering if the X10 can do the same as my last android Hero, which basically link the facebook info contact to my related phone contact, including the picture. I guess this wont need any hardware, but software. Has this improvement being asked or is it planned for future updates?
I sync contacts with a corporate Exchange / Outlook account. I can manage contacts on the phone or PC. Any contact who has say a business, home or mobile number and a fax number specified, if I go to the dialer, start typing their name, it does show the contact and a number (no indication of type such as fax or cell) so I tap that choice. Sadly, no, I can't just tell from looking at the number if it is fax or not. The phone dials the fax # which of course is incredibly annoying to my ear and that this dumb phone doesn't know not to try a fax number as the first choice for any contact who has a fax number.
I know I can set the default number per contact but I have hundreds of contacts and to go through each one to see if they have a fax and change it would really suck. Is there seriously no way to tell the phone not to use fax as first choice by default?
today I looked on the list of SI numbers in the topic Xperia ray, SI numbers for ICS update and I didn't find the number 1253-0163. I'm sure, that this number was there all the time, until today. Is there any reason for removing it? Does it mean, that I'm not gonna get any further updates?
How do I add a number from my recentcall list to my contacts without having to write down the number then reenter it in contacts? Isn't there a way to just add the number to my contacts? I can delete them from my recent list, why can't I add them?
The entries in my contact list were created on the phone. I did not import it or sync it with anything. But I cannot edit the contact. I go to phonebook, pick a contact, click edit, then I get the "Contact not found: This contact was not found in the Work Email contact list". I have no idea what this mean.
I have an iPhone 4S, running iOS 5.1.1 (9B206). About two weeks ago (not really sure when I noticed) a phone number appeared at the bottom of my Favorites list. The number is for a person that I deleted from Contacts some months ago. The number is not in the Contact list anywhere, the contact does not exist. I've tried recreating the contact (and Favorites then shows the name) and then deleting the contact, and its still there in the Favorites list. There is a facetime icon next to the number. If I turn off Facetime, the number disappears.
1. power up both phones and make sure bluetooth is turned on in each phone
2. pair the phones (you have to put one of the phones in discoverable mode)
3. find the menu choice (usually in the bluetooth section) on the old phone that says something like "Send Name Card" or "Send Phonebook" or "Send Contact List" - (you may need to acknowledge or OK the transfer on the new phone)
4. Your full phonebook/contact list will be automagically be sent via bluetooth between the two phones in a very short time (I transferred 306 contacts in 4 minutes)
5. Pour yourself a shot of a truly great tequila (such as Don Julio Blanco) to celebrate your success!
Just purchased a Lotus LX600 and I don't know how I can transfer my phone contact list. I saved it in a .CSV file and also have one for google. I contacted my carrier and they weren't any help.Update- found out you can subscribe $2 per month at wirelessbackup.sprint.com