if you go to the call log
put cursor on the top line and hit the option key (with the 7 b's on it)
then click on options
it will show
"ACCESS NUMBER:" your phone number
PASSWORD: put in your password
then save it that should take care of your problem
As for the bluetooth problem..
next time you get that message. before you click on the "yes" scroll down and you will see where you can have it always answer yes for you to connect"
that should take care of that problem too....
Originally Posted by Agr0
I switched from T-Mobile w/ a BB 8100 to Verizon w/ a BB 8130. There are a couple things I've noticed so far that I don't like. Are any of these within my control or maybe something RIM can fix?
1. Whenever I check my voice mail I have to enter my password. This is an issue with Verizon I'm sure, but I just had no idea if there is any way around this. I figure I could modify the number for voice mail and add pauses, then my password, but that is ghetto
2. When I am on the phone with someone and another person calls me, I have two choices: Answer (and it keeps the current call on hold) or No answer. With my T-Mobile 8100, I was able to a) Answer and keep the current call on HOLD. b) Answer and DROP the current call. c) Do not answer the new call. With Verizon if I answer the new call and the previous call doesn't disconnect, then I am getting double billed for time, as they are just sitting out there.
3. And the kicker. When I pair my 8130 with my Jawbone it works fine. If I should leave my phone and walk 30-35 feet away (lets say to go to the bathroom) then walk back a few minutes later, my Jawbone is no longer paired. That is fine, but the problem is that it will not re-connect automatically. I then have to go to the Bluetooth menu and "Connect" to the Jawbone. This sucks. My T-Mobile Pearl would sort of "probe" for the Bluetooth devices and if they are there, then connect. It wouldn't happen every second, but maybe every 30 or 60 seconds, something...