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  1. #1
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    Pause not always working

    Sometimes when using a pp for a pause the phone waits for a send to "send" the pin code for my home and work voice mail. It is rather inconsistent. Is anyone else experiencing this?

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    works fine on mine ... I'm guessing some program is hanging yours up .. might try a hard reset with no programs ... if it still does it then you might consider trading it out
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    I was also experiencing issues with this, but lately it seems OK. My issue was that the phone was treating the p as a w, and waiting for input from me before continuing on. This was completely sporadic, which made it all the more frustrating.

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    use a "w" that way you can press the center/enter button when you want to want to enter the next set of digits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markubig View Post
    use a "w" that way you can press the center/enter button when you want to want to enter the next set of digits.
    The OP (and I) don't want to use a "w", we want to use a "p", or a combination of "p"s.

    Interestingly, I think my problem went away when I switched from pp to p. I am pretty sure the phone has never treated a single p as a w, but it definitely was treating pp as a w some of the time.

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