New User with question

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by jacint, Mar 2, 2010.

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    Moved to Droid from Palm Centro and I love the feel and the ease of integration with Gmail. Had a couple of system freezes which I assume come from my love of adding apps!

    1 nagging question: how can I chain phone numbers? I.e. I would like to be able to hit a button to automatically provide my email PIN rather than have to bring up the keypad and enter it manually. While this is not a major problem when it comes to international dialing using an access system keying in 15 numbers is a real - error prone - hassle.
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    :welcome: to the Droid Forums, and I really wish I could answer your question but I don't have a clue. If you don't get an answer try to google it. Hopefully someone can answer, I've never seen that question asked.
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    If I recall, adding a comma between numbers adds a 3 second delay. So if you wanted to call your voicemail and have it enter your pin, you'd enter the number as

    *86,XXXXX
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    I believe there is an app or two in the market for something like that. I read about it several weeks ago, but can't remember exactly where. Try looking for an app in the market for it. It saves all the numbers you need and adds a delay for them.
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    I tried searching but have not been able to find anything. This is a standard feature on many less than smart phones as well as all version of the Palm. You dial a number, when the auto answer says "enter the number you're calling" or "enter your PIN" you hit a "More" key or even just "enter" and it sends the linked number. Simple...useful!
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