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Old 06-23-2008, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've seen feedback on how to redial the last number, but I need to know how to redial a number that is in the call list. I am able to use the trackball to highlight the number that I want to call, but upon hitting the send button, it still calls the last number dialed. And if I hit the meno key to see if I can select something other than the last number, I cannot see anything other than that last number. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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In your call log, scroll over and highlight it with the trackball, press the trackball twice.
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When I do that, a the menu pops up that shows several options. But the only number I can redial is still the last number dialed.
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Ok, it works for me. Note, I said scroll down to the call in your log, and press the trackball twice... no menu key, etc., just the trackball. Twice.
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That is what I did. I was just saying that when I did hit the trackball twice, the same menu that you get if you were to hit the menu key pops up instead of redialing as it's supposed to do! I appreciate your help!
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Lew, the Menu key is just left of the trackball. Assuming we are talking about the same key. If I highlight a formerly called number in my call log, and press the Menu Key twice in a row, the first Menu press takes me a menu of choices to call , view history, remove speed dial, delete, etc. The second menu press simply closes that menu.

It's odd how different these two are.
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That's exactly what I did, though I have an 8830 World Edition. We have some others that are coming in for a few of my colleagues, so we can test it on their units. I appreciate your help! Oh, well!
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Wait, but if you highlight a previously called number and press the TRACKBALL twice, the menu opens and closes?
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