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Originally Posted by imaginaryenemy View Post
I think his point was "what does speed dial have to do with my request?", not "what is speed dial?".
Yes. And I have answered it.
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#2382
Originally Posted by imaginaryenemy View Post
I think his point was "what does speed dial have to do with my request?", not "what is speed dial?".
Kind of both.
I thought there is no speed dial at all, only holding 1 on dial pad works (if voicemail is set) but no option to configure any of the other numbers afaik. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

For the other suggestion I would prefer to not have two separate icons on launcher for this purpose.
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#2383
Originally Posted by pichlo View Post
Yes. And I have answered it.
I'm sorry. Maybe I am being dense, but I have no idea how these two things are related. Is this a language/culture issue? Caller ID (to me) is showing a callers information when they call you. How is that at all connected to dialing someone quickly?
 
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#2384
They aren't.
The suggestion was to set *31# and #31# as speeddials to enable/disable calling line restriction.
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Originally Posted by J4ZZ View Post
They aren't.
The suggestion was to set *31# and #31# as speeddials to enable/disable calling line restriction.
WHEW! That makes perfect sense! Thanks for the help...
 

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