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By USMC44, Member on 5th December 2012, 12:48 AM
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My phone is ringing about 15 seconds. Is there any way to increase this to 30 seconds? I've tried apps to do this & so far no dice.

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5th December 2012, 04:13 AM |#2  
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How long the phone rings before it goes to voicemail is set by your carrier and has nothing to do with your phone.
5th December 2012, 05:01 AM |#3  
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Actually it can most likely be changed in one of the ##XXXX# modes, but I'm not sure which one it's under for the GNII. You'd probably need your msl to find it.

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5th December 2012, 12:09 PM |#4  
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My phone is ringing about 15 seconds. Is there any way to increase this to 30 seconds? I've tried apps to do this & so far no dice.

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No way to do this unfortunately. Click the link in my sig and then type "longer ring time sprint"

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My phone is ringing about 15 seconds. Is there any way to increase this to 30 seconds? I've tried apps to do this & so far no dice.

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You have to call Sprint and they can do it. That's what I did.
5th December 2012, 03:27 PM |#6  
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5th December 2012, 07:23 PM |#7  
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No way to do this unfortunately. Click the link in my sig and then type "longer ring time sprint"

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As I mentioned above, it can indeed be done. You need to edit the "Slot Cycle Index" setting. I've done this with my Evo 4G and E4GT, but this phone is too new for me to know the ##XXXX# command to find where it's located.

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You have to call Sprint and they can do it. That's what I did.

Well you can, but you don't have to.
5th December 2012, 09:08 PM |#8  
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Thanks for the responses. I called Sprint & they could do it with their Nextel phones, but not the Note II. Still researching.

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5th December 2012, 11:30 PM |#9  
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Thanks for the responses. I called Sprint & they could do it with their Nextel phones, but not the Note II. Still researching.

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Well that is very interesting. I didn't think it was a phone thing, but a system thing. Sprint did it for me on my last phone, which was an HTC Evo, and the longer ring time has carried through with my Note.
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I'm gonna call them again. Thanks!

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