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20th March 2014, 01:12 PM   |  #1  
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Just curious if anyone here on AIO Wirelss have conditional call forwarding setup on their AIOP Wireless device. I am switching from Sprint, to come to AIO, and do not want to use the AIO voicemail app

Can someone post their settings if they do know how to set it up, I have been a GVoicemail user for years and don't want to give that up

Also can the AIO wireless VM app be disabled or removed, if I have a none branded Moto X device, I'm not going to root this device, please advise thanks.
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22nd March 2014, 11:56 AM   |  #2  
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Damn, I can't believe not one person with a Moto X is using Google Voicemail ??
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You just set voicemail up in the settings of the phone app ad well as in the Google voice app and online in Google voice.

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You just set voicemail up in the settings of the phone app ad well as in the Google voice app and online in Google voice.

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Just to be sure, go to Settings/Calls/Call Forward, and over write the AIO number VM, to my GV number ?? That will only forward calls to GV voicemail, and not all calls to go through GV ??
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I finally got the phone, and just noticed it does not have an LED light when charging, looks like that option can only be attained if rooted ??
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I assume there is no way to adjust the resolution of a picture taken, you figure that would be something basic with a camera, what was Google thinking ?? who wants to always take a 10 MP picture, to big to email when need to email a bunch of pictures.
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I finally got the phone, and just noticed it does not have an LED light when charging, looks like that option can only be attained if rooted ??

Theres an app kicking around to give you the charging light, but yeah....needs root.





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I assume there is no way to adjust the resolution of a picture taken, you figure that would be something basic with a camera, what was Google thinking ?? who wants to always take a 10 MP picture, to big to email when need to email a bunch of pictures.

Lots of great camera apps on the playstore. I use "a better camera". And I've used camera fv-5 and pro camera. All good apps.


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OK, another quick question, just received the notification for the 4.4.2 update, should I take it, or should I wait. Are there any issues, if I take this update will I be able to root if I decide to do so down the rood ?? Any feedback, I did some reading and seem to be getting mixed reviews. I will be on AIO wireless at the end of the month and from what I read I will need this update for proper MMS receiving.
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OK, another quick question, just received the notification for the 4.4.2 update, should I take it, or should I wait. Are there any issues, if I take this update will I be able to root if I decide to do so down the rood ?? Any feedback, I did some reading and seem to be getting mixed reviews. I will be on AIO wireless at the end of the month and from what I read I will need this update for proper MMS receiving.

If you purchased it through Sprint I believe you can get your bootloader unlock code for free anytime from the Moto website. It will void the warranty though. So root is available anytime.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...asker-t2602689 <- That is the link for getting the Led to function.
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If you purchased it through Sprint I believe you can get your bootloader unlock code for free anytime from the Moto website. It will void the warranty though. So root is available anytime.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...asker-t2602689 <- That is the link for getting the Led to function.

No, it is not a Sprint device, I am on Sprint right now with my current Note II, I purchased the Moto X New AT&T branded and unlocked, so just want to make sure before I update it, I have not activated the device, will do so at end of month with AIO.

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