Is there a way to put a pause when using the contact list. I need it to check my home voice mail. Any suggestions? Thank you
I use a Comma , for a pause when doing the same.
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Try the free android app "Pause Dialer" in the android market to insert pauses into phone numbers to automate dailing calling cards and conference call.
Blurb from Pause Dialer Lite - Android Apps and Tests - AndroidPIT
about the app:
Pause Dialer Lite allows you to create, save, and automatically dial phone numbers with pauses inserted.
Automate touch tone phone calls e.g. logging onto a conference call, navigating automated phone systems
I was using two commas then the password. But then there was the news of the chinese wallpaper app that sends your contact data to china so I got rid of the password. I wasn't using it anyway...I use google voice.
Perfect - thank you. So, to make it so you don't have to enter your voicemail password every time on the Verizon Droid-X, change your voicemail entry from *86 to *86,,xxxx# - where xxxx is your voicemail password.
I don't think the # is needed but I could be wrong.
I also want to reiterate that setting up a contact like this will expose your password to any app that accesses your contact data.
[quote=aminaked;714066]I don't think the # is needed but I could be wrong.[quote]
No, it's not necessary, but gets through the prompts faster that way instead of waiting to timeout after input is finished.