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Old June 8th, 2011, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How do you hang up one call when using call waiting?

If I have two calls on the line and want to hang up with my current call, then switch over to the other call, how do I do that? Pressing "End Call" seems to hang up on both calls at the same time. Simply switching over to the other call won't necessarily hang up on the other call, if the other person doesn't do it himself.

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If I have two calls on the line and want to hang up with my current call, then switch over to the other call, how do I do that? Pressing "End Call" seems to hang up on both calls at the same time. Simply switching over to the other call won't necessarily hang up on the other call, if the other person doesn't do it himself.

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when you are in a call waiting session, you can press menu and tap flash this will put the first caller on hold. to get back to the first caller press menu and tap flash again. hope that helps.
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Old June 9th, 2011, 11:35 AM   #3 (permalink)
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when you are in a call waiting session, you can press menu and tap flash this will put the first caller on hold. to get back to the first caller press menu and tap flash again. hope that helps.
I already know how to switch between the calls. I want to know how to actually hang up one of the calls myself, without losing the other call.
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There is no way to hang up the other caller who is on hold.

Call waiti0ng on Droid Inc. NOT ABLE TO HANGUP CALL???
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