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  1. #1
    Kiss Army
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    On my old T68, I replaced the voicemail number on key 1 (121) with the full
    number, a pause, 9 to access menu, another pause and then the security code
    eg +447771xxxxxxp9pxxxx

    How do I get the 'p' on the T610?

    Cheers
    Kiss





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  2. #2
    Michael Pronay
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    Re: T610 - How do I store a pause in a number?

    "Kiss Army" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > How do I get the 'p' on the T610?


    RTFM: Press and hold * key.

    M.



  3. #3
    Kiss Army
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    Re: T610 - How do I store a pause in a number?

    That was the first thing I tried as that was how it worked on the T68.
    Tried holding it for over a minute. Which page in the T610 F'in manual is it
    mentioned on <G>
    Cheers
    Kissarmy

    "Michael Pronay" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Kiss Army" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > How do I get the 'p' on the T610?

    >
    > RTFM: Press and hold * key.
    >
    > M.






  4. #4
    Michael Pronay
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    Re: T610 - How do I store a pause in a number?

    "Kiss Army" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >> > How do I get the 'p' on the T610?


    >> RTFM: Press and hold * key.


    > That was the first thing I tried as that was how it worked on
    > the T68.


    You coulda told it.

    > Tried holding it for over a minute. Which page in the T610 F'in
    > manual is it mentioned on <G>


    ****ty manual - shorter than my T39 manual that has far less
    functions.

    Try the boards at esato.com - there you find the true hardcore
    specialist.

    M.



  5. #5
    Whytoi
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    Re: T610 - How do I store a pause in a number?

    In article <[email protected]>, Twisted
    Monkey <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Press and hold the 7 key ("p").
    >
    > I tried everyhthing until I stumbled across this! (Then I slapped my
    > forhead and said "Sheesh!".)


    Haha... You are not the only one. For old hand of Ericssons, I got
    stranded by this problem too on my T68i. Even the pdf manual said it
    was the "*" key. Sounded like that it's a later firmware change. Just
    didn't tell anybody.

    But yes, how obvious!



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