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Old 03-28-2008, 04:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I searched and didn't find my answer, but I'm sure it's out there somewhere.

How does call waiting work on this? I have the 8130, fwiw.

Every time I get a call while I'm on the call, I end up hanging up on the first call. My old phone (RAZR) would just switch back and forth using the talk/send button, but that doesn't seem to work on this one. I looked through the menus, and there's an "answer; hold current" option, but when in the new call, I can't find a way to go back to the old call.

It must be something simple that I'm just missing.
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Press menu while on the call. You will see all options.
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Press menu while on the call. You will see all options.
I tried that in both calls

In the 'old' call, it just gives 'answer, hold current' and 'end'
In the 'new' call it gives a bunch, but none offer transferring back to the original call. The best I get is "end" which ends both calls.

Perhaps I missed the correct option somewhere; I'll check again, but I was pretty certain.
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Look for "swap", and "join"
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I tried that in both calls

In the 'old' call, it just gives 'answer, hold current' and 'end'
In the 'new' call it gives a bunch, but none offer transferring back to the original call. The best I get is "end" which ends both calls.

Perhaps I missed the correct option somewhere; I'll check again, but I was pretty certain.
use hold current then it should give you an open line. you dial the next number and go from there. it you want to conference the call then hit the menu button and click join.
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