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Discuss configure voicemail at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by hogm I can confirm the problem had to do with the way ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hogm View Post
    I can confirm the problem had to do with the way the phone was unlocked, i had unlocked it using anysim, i re ran the unloc proces but with iunlock this time and after i am now able to change the voicemail number, however i ran in to another problem in my system to call the voicemail you have to dial *86 but the iphone will give you an error if you try to configure using *, i can now configure any number as long as there are no caracters only numbers. But that only partially resolved my problem since i can still not call my voicemail.
    This has been widely discussed there is no option for configuring VoiceMail box Numbers that beging with "*" as of yet.

    So we have to wait for somebody to figure this out!!!


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    Thumbs up Voicemail Configuration

    f you have successfully unlocked your iPhone, you may have discovered already that the voicemail button doesn't do anything at all. It won't give you visual voicemail, but you can easily get the voicemail button to work using any carrier following these steps:

    1. First, take note of what your voicemail number is with your current provider (for example, in Spain the Vodafone voicemail number is 177).
    2. Click on the phone button in your iPhone.
    3. Click on the keypad tab.
    4. Tap the following code:

    *5005*86*xxx#
    The xxx is the voicemail number, in our example it will read: *5005*86*177#

    5. Tap call.
    6. After a second, the code will have been set.
    7. Tap now on the voicemail button and it will automatically call your usual voicemail service.

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    Im from El Salvador and my voice mail number is *80. What can i do?

    Please Help!!!

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    *5005*86*xxx#
    The xxx is the voicemail number, in our example it will read: *5005*86*177#
    Fantastic zineattitude, the button works fine now, how about VM notification does this fix it?

    Thanks!!!

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    Default Telstra VM doesn't send MSG back with VM notification

    Am on Telstra network. 3G sim removed from Blackberry Pearl
    PROBLEM IS
    Anyone got a clue as to why I get all sms but I don't get a msg from my VM when someone leaves me a msg.
    Also how do you send MMS using Iphone on Telstra
    Many Thanks
    Just remembered another thing which may help. if you send a sms to 101 it calls you back from 0101300101 not sure if this info can help someone discover how to unlock the VM notification.
    Last edited by flyingcarlo; 09-27-2007 at 01:37 PM. Reason: added info


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    no alpha sms or short reciever no sms eg "121" get through hopefully fixed in 1.1.1
    no mms on iphone just email attachments , steve jobs said "mms is bad security"

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    that worked a treat here in the UK.

    just typed in *5005*86*901# for O2 in the UK and pressed the call button. and now when i press my voicemail button on my dock it automatically dials my voicemail...

    the only problem i have found with it which is purely cosmestic is when you press the voicemail button it doesn't change colour like the others do.

    any idea's

    thanks alot

    Ian

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    just typed in *5005*86*121# for Vodafone in the UK, nice!

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    Well, I'll just keep bumping the thread until someone figures out a solution for users with their voicemail numbers starting with an asterisk (*).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanCT View Post
    Well, I'll just keep bumping the thread until someone figures out a solution for users with their voicemail numbers starting with an asterisk (*).
    Did you try the Minicom method (i.e. issuing the AT+CSVM=1,"xxxxxx" command directly to the modem) ?????

    Incidentally that's how I got mine working on UK Vodafone, even though the voicemail number is a simple number (121)

    But it may work better than the keypad dial job given that there's likely to be no translation when sent via the AT modem command, compared to putting it through the keypad as a 'number'...


 

 

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