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    call Forwarding on .114 Hybrid?

    I can't find the option of call forwarding ? I am running BB Crackberry's Hybrid. Is this a Verizon issue?
    I seem to recall an option of call forwarding being switched to various numbers depending on your GPS determined location....was I hallucinating?




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    Try this,
    in the phone app click menu click options click call forwarding to forward all call click forward all calls, change the forward all calls area to a call forwarding number hit menu hit save. I am pretty sure there are other options to forward unanswered calls too. to stop do the same as above change forward all call to do not forward

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    if you are on Verizon you may not be able to do this, I could of sworn i did it on this phone, but on my .114 hybrid i cant find it either. i think i'll look into this a little more and let you know

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    OK, here is the only way you can do it at this point
    dial *72 put in the 10 digit number send wait for confirmation beeps end
    to cancel it * 73 wait for confirmation beeps end
    this is for forward all
    for no answer busy transfer do *71
    hpe this helps

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    Thanks for the reply...I knew about the *72 etc. but I was sure I saw the call forwarding options at one point?
    I know they have it on the iphone but it is not linked to a gps position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatewayad View Post
    OK, here is the only way you can do it at this point
    dial *72 put in the 10 digit number send wait for confirmation beeps end
    to cancel it * 73 wait for confirmation beeps end
    this is for forward all
    for no answer busy transfer do *71
    hpe this helps
    By the way, I noticed you have Nav4All loaded...do you like that app? Is it pretty clean, i.e. doesn't cause any problems or reboots? I had a hard time downloading it OTA...Thanks

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    I didnt have any problem downloading it and it has never caused any freezes or reboots, my problem was setting it up for St. Louis MO, some of the screens are still setup for a trackball, i just went to the letter below it reduced the keyboard and scrolled up to my location. It's kind of an old style arrow turn by turn (very clean i like it) without a lot of road names in their database and it does work with voice (even tells you when you are going to fast) but it's just not updated well, we have a major highway that is and has been closed for a year and it keeps trying to get me to go on it. But it does recalibrate well also does not have traffic.... For what i need it for and for free it works good. Kinda the same thing as Tetherberry, i wont use it much so i shouldnt have a problem with verizon but it's nice to have for when i do need it.

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    I got it downloaded..seems pretty easy.
    Have you seen the website "Allmyfaves.com" Pretty good site to bookmark on your BB or desktop.
    It is a compilation of several hundred websites grouped by type.
    Like for rental cars, all you do is click on the logo for Hertz, Avis, Thrifty etc and it takes youu right to their website. I don't think there is a way to make a folder for it.

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    no but i think i'll look it up right now, sounds interesting, maybe i can save it on the browser to get to it easier

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    I LIKE THAT, i think i'll save it on Bolt, looks to large for the bberry browser. Never have seen that before. i am curious to see what it looks like on 2 1/2" screen.... not bad at all
    Thanks

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