I've tried to call Time Warner Cable and Verizon Wireless from my Galaxy Nexus. Both times when prompted to press #1 etc. the system doesn't read the buttons being pressed. Has anyone else encountered this yet? I know with some Dinc roms I needed to change settings to "long tones" but I can't seem to find that setting wit this phone.
happened to me in voicemail yesterday, wouldn't let me delete a message with 7 or exit the voicemail box with *. i hung up, dialed in again, and it worked fine. i have not experienced this at any other time, but just wanted to let you know that you are not the only one having issues.
I figured it out! If you are having this problem, open the dialer, click on the 3 dots and select "settings". Once there you can select "DTMF Tones" and select long tones. It's fixed! Thanks to everyone that contributed! Problem solved.
^Ninja'd! (thanks a million!)
Last edited by Cincybearcatfan; December 18th, 2011 at 09:05 PM.
Reason: Ninja'd @Needsdecaf
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i have my voicemail setup to automatically send tones. it wouldn't work. changed dtmf tones to long STILL didn't work. I entered a pause in the middle of my password, and then it worked. apparently it was sending them too fast.
Under "Settings" and then "Sound"... look under the "Feedback" section for an "Audible touch tones" setting. Mine was turned off. In fact, it was greyed out so that I couldn't change it. Then I pressed the up-volume button on the side of the phone, and a bunch of settings became active for me to make changes. I selected that option in order to check it... and, after that, touch tones worked.
No guarantees, but this is how I did it. Hope this helps.
The Galaxy Nexus is the third official phone contracted by Google and the first phone to come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Specs include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16/32GB of internal storage, a 4.65 inch 720p HD Super AMOLED... Read More