Call functions: Garmin-Asus Garminfone

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Call basics

Answer call

To answer an incoming call, tap Answer. If your phone is locked, double-tap the Lock icon to answer.

 

Block incoming calls

To block calls, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Barring.
  4. Tap one of the following:
    • Block Incoming Calls
      1. Tap Off, All Calls, or When Roaming.
      2. Tap OK.
    • Block Outgoing Calls
      1. Tap one of the following:
        • Off
        • All Calls
        • International Calls
        • International Calls Except to Home Country
  5. Tap OK.
  6. Enter the password.
  7. Tap OK.

 

Dial

To make a call, follow these steps:

 

Using the keypad

 

  1. From the Home screen, tap Call to open the Dialer.
  2. Enter the phone number.
  3. Tap Call.

 

Using the phone book

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Scroll to and tap the contact you wish to call.
  3. Tap Call.
  4. If the contact has more than one number, tap the desired number to call.

 

Using the Favorites tab

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Tap the Star tab on the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Tap the contact you wish to call.
  4. Tap Call.

 

Using speed dial

 

We’re sorry, but this feature is not an available on your particular phone model.

 

End call

To end a call, tap End Call.

 

Hold call

To put a call on hold and return to it, follow these steps:

 

To hold

 

During a call, tap Hold. The Hold button turns blue.

 

To return

 

Tap Hold again. The Hold button turns gray.

 

Mute call

To turn on or turn off mute during a call, follow these steps:

 

To mute

 

Tap Mute. The Mute button turns blue.

 

To unmute

 

Tap Mute again. The Mute button turns gray.

 

Mute incoming ring

To immediately mute an incoming call's ring, press the Volume key on the right side of the phone.

 

Speakerphone

To turn on or turn off the speakerphone during a call, follow these steps:

 

To turn on

 

Tap Speakerphone. The Speakerphone button turns blue.

 

To turn off

 

Tap Speakerphone again. The Speakerphone turns gray.

 

 

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Caller ID

Incoming ID

Incoming caller ID is turned on by default. Incoming caller ID shows information about incoming calls on the display screen. It automatically shows the caller's name and phone number if it is in the phone book. When the information is not in the phone book, it only displays the caller's number.

 

Outgoing ID - Enable (Android 1.6)

To enable outgoing caller ID so people you call can see your number, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application screen, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Send My Caller ID.
  4. Tap one of the following:
    • By Network
    • On
  5. Tap OK.

 

Outgoing ID - Enable (Android 2.1)

To enable outgoing caller ID so people you call can see your number, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Caller ID.
  4. Tap one of the following:
    • By Network
    • Off
    • On
  5. Tap Save.

 

Outgoing ID - Restrict (Android 1.6)

To restrict outgoing caller ID so people you call cannot see your number, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application screen, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Send My Caller ID.
  4. Tap Off.
  5. Tap OK.

 

Outgoing ID - Restrict (Android 2.1)

To restrict outgoing caller ID so people you call cannot see your number, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Caller ID.
  4. Tap Off.
  5. Tap Save.

 

Picture ID - Set (Android 1.6)

To assign a picture to a contact, follow these steps:

 

Note: You can assign picture ID to contacts stored in the phone book, but not to those stored on the SIM card.

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Tap the contact.
  3. Tap More Info.
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Tap the picture or silhouette of the contact.
  6. Tap one of the following:
    • Take Picture
      1. Frame the subject.
      2. Press the Camera key to capture.
      3. Tap Save.
    • Select Picture
      1. Tap the picture.
      2. Tap Save.
  7. Tap Save

 

Picture ID - Set (Android 2.1)

To assign a picture to a contact, follow these steps:

 

Note: You can assign picture ID to contacts stored in the phone book, but not to those stored on the SIM card.

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Tap the contact.
  3. Tap More Info.
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Tap the picture or silhouette of the contact.
  6. Tap one of the following:
    • Take A Picture
      1. Frame the subject.
      2. Press the Camera key to capture.
      3. Tap Save.
    • Select Photo From Gallery
      1. Tap the picture.
      2. Tap Save.
  7. Tap Save.

 

Ringer ID - Set (Android 1.6)

To assign a ringer to a contact, follow these steps:

 

Note: You can assign ringer ID to contacts stored in the phone book, but not to those stored on the SIM card.

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Tap the contact.
  3. Tap More Info.
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Scroll to and tap Ringtone.
  6. Tap the desired ringtone.
  7. Tap Done.
  8. Tap Done.

 

Ringer ID - Set (Android 2.1)

To assign a ringer to a contact, follow these steps:

 

Note: You can assign ringer ID to contacts stored in the phone book, but not to those stored on the SIM card.

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Contacts.
  2. Tap the contact.
  3. Tap More Info.
  4. Tap Menu.
  5. Tap Contact Options
  6. Tap Ringtone.
  7. Tap the desired ringtone.
  8. Tap Save.

 

 

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Call forwarding

Cancel call forwarding

To turn off or cancel all call forwarding, follow these steps:

 

Note: See How to turn on call forwarding to voicemail for additional information.

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Forwarding.
  4. Tap Always Forward.
  5. Tap Disable.

 

Forward all calls (unconditional forwarding)

Call Forwarding Unconditional (CFU) immediately forwards all calls to voicemail without allowing the phone to ring. To activate unconditional call forwarding, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Forwarding.
  4. Tap Always Forward.
  5. Tap Enable.

 

Forward some calls (conditional forwarding)

Call Forwarding Conditional (CFC) forwards incoming calls to another phone number if you do not or cannot answer them. To activate conditional call forwarding, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Forwarding.
  4. Tap one of the following:
    • Forward When Busy
    • Forward When Unanswered
    • Forward When Unreachable
  5. Edit the number listed by deleting and entering a new number.
  6. Tap Update.

 

 

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Call settings

DTMF tones - Not supported

We’re sorry, but this feature is not an available on your particular phone model.

 

Fixed dialing

T-Mobile does not support fixed dialing. To disable fixed dialing if you have enabled it, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Scroll to and tap Fixed Dialing Numbers.
  4. Tap Disable FDN.
  5. Enter the PIN2 code.
  6. Tap OK.

Phone line selection - Not supported

We’re sorry, but this feature is not an available on your particular phone model.

 

Volume - Call

To raise or lower the volume of the earpiece, press the Volume key, located on the right side of the phone, up or down.

 

Volume - Ring (Android 1.6)

To raise or lower the ringtone volume, follow these steps:

 

Using volume keys

 

While not on a call, press the Volume key on the side of the phone up or down to adjust the ring volume.

 

Using settings

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Audio.
  3. Tap Ringer.

Note: You can also tap Navigation and Media to adjust volume for navigation, music and videos.

  4.  Touch and slide the button to the desired ringer volume.

  5.  Tap OK.

 

Volume - Ring (Android 2.1)

To raise or lower the ringtone volume, follow these steps:

 

Using volume keys

 

While not on a call, press the Volume key located on the right side of the phone up or down to adjust the ring volume.

 

Using settings

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Audio & Display.
  3. Tap Volume Levels
  4. Touch and slide the Ringer slider to the desired ringer volume.
    • Tip: You can also touch and slide the Navigation and Media sliders to adjust volume for navigation, music, and videos.
  5. Tap Save.

 

 

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Call timer

Reset timer (Android 1.6)

To reset the timer, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap About.
  4. Scroll to and tap Phone.
  5. Press the Menu key.
  6. Tap one of the following:
    • Reset Call Time
    • Reset Data Usage

       

Reset timer (Android 2.1)

Resetting the call timer is not supported.

 

View timer (Android 1.6)

To view the timer, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap About.
  4. Scroll to and tap Phone.
  5. Tap the following to view details:

  • Total Time
  • This Session
  • Total Data


View timer (Android 2.1)

Viewing the call timer is not supported

 

 

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Call waiting

Turn on / off (Android 1.6)

To turn on or turn off call waiting, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Waiting.
  4. Tap On or Off.
  5. Tap OK.

 

Turn on / off (Android 2.1)

To turn on or turn off call waiting, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap Call Waiting.
  4. Tap On or Off.
  5. Tap Save.

 

Use

To use call waiting when you hear the tone alerting you to a new incoming call, tap one of the following:

  • Answer + Hold to answer the new call and place the current call on hold.
  • Answer + End to end the current call to answer the new one.

 

 

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Conference calling

Have private conversation (Android 1.6)

To speak privately with one caller in a conference call and put the other callers on hold, follow these steps:

 

  1. While on the conference call, tap the People icon at the top right corner of the screen.
  2. Tap the green Arrow icon next to the contact to speak with privately.

Note: The other members of the conference calls can continue to speak to each other. You can also tap Switch to talk to privately with other parties.

  3.  To end the private conversation, tap Merge.

 

Have private conversation (Android 2.1)

To speak privately with one caller in a conference call and put the other callers on hold, follow these steps:

 

  1. While on the conference call, tap the People icon at the top right corner of the screen.
  2. Tap the green Play icon next to the contact to speak with privately. 
    • Note: The other members of the conference calls can continue to speak to each other. You can also tap Switch to talk to privately with other parties.
  3. To end the private conversation, tap Merge.

 

Start conference call (Android 1.6)

Place the first call before using call conferencing. To add additional callers to the conference, follow these steps:

 

  1. While on a call, tap Add Call.
  2. Perform one of the following:
    • Enter the phone number. Tap Call.
    • Tap the Contacts tab (third tab at the top of the screen) to access the contacts list. Tap the contact to call.

  3. Tap Merge.

 

Start conference call (Android 2.1)

Place the first call before using call conferencing. To add additional callers to the conference, follow these steps:

 

  1. While on a call, tap Add Call.
  2. Perform one of the following:
    • Enter the phone number. Tap Call.
    • Tap the Contacts icon (third icon at the top of the screen) to access the contacts list. Tap the contact to call.
  3. Tap Merge.

 

 

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Voice commands

Voice Commands – Not supported

We’re sorry, but this feature is not an available on your particular phone model.

 

 

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Voicemail

Call voicemail (Android1.6)

To retrieve voicemail messages, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, tap Call.
  2. Touch and hold 1.

 

Call voicemail (Android2.1)

To retrieve voicemail messages, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, tap the green Phone icon.
  2. Tap the Keypad icon.
  3. Touch and hold 1.

 

Set voicemail number - Not supported

We’re sorry, but this feature is not an available on your particular phone model.

 

 

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Visual Voicemail

Access

To retrieve voicemail messages, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the message you want to hear.

 

Add contact (Android 1.6)

To add a contact from a visual voicemail message, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail containing the contact you wish to add.
  3. Press the Menu key.
  4. Tap Add to contacts.
  5. Tap New contact or Update existing
  6. Enter the new contact details or edit the existing contact.
  7. Select Done.

 

Add contact (Android 2.1)

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail containing the contact you wish to add.
  3. Tap the Menu  key.
  4. Tap Add to contacts.
  5. Tap New contact or Update existing
  6. Enter the new contact details or edit the existing contact.
  7. Tap Save.

 

Change greeting (Android 1.6)

To change your voicemail greeting, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap Change greeting.
  5. Choose Use standard greeting with my phone number or Record a new custom greeting.
  6. If you choose record, tap Save.
  7. Tap the Record button.
  8. Speak your greeting.
  9. Tap Stop when you are finished.
  10. Tap Save.

 

Change greeting (Android 2.1)

To change your voicemail greeting, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the Menu  key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap Change greeting.
  5. Choose Use standard greeting with my phone number or Record a new custom greeting.
  6. If you choose record, tap Save.
  7. Tap the Record icon.
  8. Speak your greeting.
  9. Tap Stop when you are finished.
  10. Tap Save.

 

Change password (Android 1.6)

To change your voicemail password, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap Change Password (PIN).
  5. Enter your current password.
  6. Tap crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  7. Tap New Password (PIN).
  8. Enter a new password.
  9. Tap crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  10. Tap Confirm New Password (PIN).
  11. Re-enter the new password.
  12. Tap crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  13. Tap Save.

 

Change password (Android 2.1)

To change your voicemail password, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the Menu key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap Change Password (PIN).
  5. Enter your current password.
  6. Tap crown.jpg  to close the keyboard.
  7. Tap New Password (PIN).
  8. Enter a new password.
  9. Tap crown.jpg  to close the keyboard.
  10. Tap Confirm New Password (PIN).
  11. Re-enter the new password.
  12. Tap    crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  13. Tap Save.

 

Delete voicemail (Android 1.6)

To delete a visual voicemail, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to delete.
  3. Press the Menu key.
  4. Tap Delete.
  5. Tap Yes to confirm.

 

Delete voicemail (Android 2.1)

To delete a visual voicemail, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to delete.
  3. Tap the Menu  key.
  4. Tap Delete.
  5. Tap Yes to confirm.

 

Reply (Android 1.6)

To reply to a visual voicemail message as a call or Text message, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to reply to.
  3. Press the Menu key.
  4. Tap Reply As.
  5. Tap Call to automatically dial, or Text message to type your message and then Send.

 

Reply (Android 2.1)

To reply to a visual voicemail message as a call or Text message, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to reply to.
  3. Tap the Menu  key.
  4. Tap Reply As.
  5. Tap Call to automatically dial, or tap Text message to type your message and then Send.

 

Roaming - Turn off and on (Android 1.6)

To turn Visual Voicemail on or off while roaming, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap International Roaming to turn on (place a checkmark) or off (remove checkmark).

 

Roaming - Turn off and on (Android 2.1)

To turn Visual Voicemail on or off while roaming, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the Menu  key.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap International Roaming to turn on or off.
  5. Tap Accept or Decline, if necessary.

 

Save (Android 1.6)

To save a visual voicemail, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to save.
  3. Press the Menu key.
  4. Tap Copy to.
  5. Change the name and location if you wish.
  6. Tap Save.

Save (Android 2.1)

To save a visual voicemail, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the voicemail you wish to save.
  3. Tap the Menu  key.
  4. Tap Copy to.
  5. Change the name and location if you wish.
  6. Tap Save.

 

Set up (Android 1.6)

To set up, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, scroll to and tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap Yes to activate Visual Voicemail.
  3. Tap Setup.
  4. Enter a new password (PIN).
  5. Scroll up and tap the Confirm New Password (PIN) field.
  6. Re-enter the password to confirm.
  7. Tap Next.
  8. Tap one of the options to select a greeting.
  9. Tap Next.
  10. Read the introduction.
  11. Tap Start to view your Inbox.

 

 

Set up (Android 2.1)

To set up, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap Yes to activate Visual Voicemail.
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  3. Tap Setup.
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  4. Tap New Password (PIN).
  5. Enter a new password.
  6. Tap crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  7. Tap Confirm New Password (PIN).
  8. Re-enter the new password.
  9. Tap    crown.jpg to close the keyboard.
  10. Tap Next.
  11. Tap one of the options to select a greeting.
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  12. Tap Next.
  13. Read the introduction.
  14. Tap Start to view your Inbox.

 

Synchronize (Android 1.6)

 

How to synchronize Visual Voicemail

 

To synchronize your visual voicemails, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Press the Menu key.
  3. Tap Synchronize Voicemails.

 

Synchronize (Android 2.1)

 

How to synchronize Visual Voicemail

 

To synchronize your visual voicemails, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Application tray, tap Visual Voicemail.
  2. Tap the Menu  key.
  3. Tap Synchronize Voicemails.

 

 

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