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  1. #1
    HLE
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    On the "My T-Mobile" site I listed phone numbers to be stored, clicked to
    send to phone, and got confirmation that they went. The phone rang, received
    three (!?) messages confirming OTA received. I deleted them one by one.
    PITA.

    That list of phone numbers went to the SIM! I had to go to Edit SIM and
    laboriously move each of them into the phone book. There must be a better
    way. What did I miss?

    While I'm at it...
    I want to enter multiple numbers for many of the names, with voice tags for
    each, but don't see an obvious (i.e. what I'm accustomed to) way.





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  2. #2
    Steve Dulieu
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    Re: T610 phonebook questions


    "HLE" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > While I'm at it...
    > I want to enter multiple numbers for many of the names, with voice tags

    for
    > each, but don't see an obvious (i.e. what I'm accustomed to) way.
    >

    First, goto; Menu-Settings-Voice control-Voice dialling & set it to On. At
    this point you will be promted to record voice tags for "Home", "Work",
    "Mobile" & "Other".

    Then goto Menu-Phonebook-Voice commands-New voice. At this point the phone
    will offer you the "find" requester, so use it to find the contact you want
    to voice dial & add a voice tag to the contact. E.G. to add a voice tag for
    John Smith, say "John Smith" when promted.

    Now to use voice dialling to call John Smith's mobile phone; At the standby
    screen, press and hold either of the "+" or "-" buttons on the side of the
    phone. When the screen shows "After the tone, say a name or voice command"
    hold the phone to your ear and when you hear the tone, say "John Smith". The
    phone will repeat the name back to you and you will then hear a second tone
    (if you look at the screen at this point, it shows "Say where to call").
    When you hear the second tone say "Mobile" and the phone will dial the
    number stored in the "Mobile" field of the contact "John Smith". Similarly,
    had you wished to call John Smith's home number, you would of said "Home"
    after the second tone instead of "Mobile".

    If the contact you wish to voice dial is not already in your phone book,
    then once you have switched on voice dialling in step one, the phone will
    ask if you wish to add a voice tag when you enter the contact into the
    phone.
    HTH
    --
    Cheers, Steve.
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  3. #3
    HPA
    Guest

    Re: T610 phonebook questions

    interesting

    does the service allow you to send numbers from your phone to my
    t-mobile for backup and recovery or just maintenance?

    HLE wrote:
    > On the "My T-Mobile" site I listed phone numbers to be stored, clicked to
    > send to phone, and got confirmation that they went. The phone rang, received
    > three (!?) messages confirming OTA received. I deleted them one by one.
    > PITA.
    >
    > That list of phone numbers went to the SIM! I had to go to Edit SIM and
    > laboriously move each of them into the phone book. There must be a better
    > way. What did I miss?
    >
    > While I'm at it...
    > I want to enter multiple numbers for many of the names, with voice tags for
    > each, but don't see an obvious (i.e. what I'm accustomed to) way.
    >
    >





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