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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by FreeFlyDamo, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. FreeFlyDamo

    FreeFlyDamo Lurker
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    Hi there,

    I have read this topic http://androidforums.com/htc-magic/31122-help-call-transfer.html and it hasn't really helped.

    I've just bought the HTC One X on a Vodafone One Net deal. Should be able to transfer calls, but the handset doesn't send the MMI Sequence when I get to the last step - press '4' then press 'Send' (see attached).

    Is it simply that my handset won't support this function or could there be another reason for this? (I am definitely following the instructions to the letter!) ;) Any ideas would be appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Damo :cool:

    UPDATE: I have also contacted HTC Support and Vodafone about this issue and they're looking into it for me. I will post more when I get any replies.

    Is anyone experiencing this issue - or just me?!
     

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  2. FreeFlyDamo

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    Hey Guys n Gals!

    I thought I would update this thread to tell you that I have resolved this issue with a bit of initiative :cool:

    Reference the attached guide above, inbetween the step when you press 'home' then press 'phone' - you need to press 'menu'. This works perfectly :p

    Simply using the dialler from the home page will not work, and even if you drag another 'phone' shortcut there from the menu, that doesn't work either.

    I am not a genius, but I am feeling rather pleased with myself right now :rolleyes:
     
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  3. UDTQ

    UDTQ Lurker

    Hi!

    Do I understand your solution correctly? This is what the PDF says:
    Step 4, press Home
    Step 5, press Phone

    You said pressing Menu as a fifth step, and the phone as a sixth does the trick? So, in this case, what does the pressing the Menu button do? Open the home screen menu? Then I press Phone? I don't get the point of pressing the menu button here :(

    Guess I should try it before asking what it does, but I would have to dig out my old Menu button-equipped device from somewhere first.
     
  4. Dextorious

    Dextorious Lurker

    Yes you understood the solution correctly. The menu just accesses the "phone application" from a different directory, it shouldn't really make a difference but it seems as though it does.

    My trouble is however, when I press menu and then phone, or even just phone after going "home", it still brings me back to the screen where one is on hold and one is on the line.

    I'm thinking of installing Vanilla Android as it seems to be an interface issue.
     

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