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auto enter fo VM password

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Steve H, Dec 22, 2009.

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    On my old phone (enVtouch) I was able to edit *86 and add my password to the dialing sequence so that I did not have to enter it each time. Can/how this be done on the Droid?
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    I asked a VZW techa bout this and they said not possible. Because of security. How silly.
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    Menu>settings>call settings>voicemail settings>put *86 (or input your entire actual phone number if you don't want to get charged minutes for checking voicemail) and then 2-3 commas and then your password and # at the end. The commas are for pauses and I find two to do the job before I input my password.
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    I have the following set as my voice mail number and it works perfectly every time: *86,password#
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    woah awesome!! Thanks for sharing this!!
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    thanks for the tip... works great !!
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    and we have a winner Thanks MUCH one , worked better for me.
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    You should use visual voicemail! It's only $3/mo and it lists your voicemail messgaes so you can just scroll through them and press play to listen to them. One of the best features of it is that you only have to enter your password once, on the initial set-up. It's definitely worth the few bucks! :icon_ banana:
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    As a Master Droid on this site...you really should know better than to listen to a VZW Counter Jocky.

    Thanks for the tip, fellers!
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    I use Youmail and its free, and you can customize voicemail greetings for each person in your phonebook. Its great...its in the market

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