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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by double, May 19, 2010.

  1. double

    double Well-Known Member
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    Under the messages app their are 3 tabs on the bottom. Sms, mms, and voicemail. I really liked how all 3 messaging formats where accessible under one place. Well I finally activated Google voice and decided to use voice for my voicemail. Now that I am not using Verizon visual VM I have to use the seperate voice app for checking VM. Is there a way to integrate Google voice mail into my voicemail tab under messages.
     

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  2. pkmn760

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    there is a gogle voice app u can use to view the voicemails like visual voicemail and also have them transcribed.

    I dont think you can link to in ur messaging app, although there might b a third party app that can but i dont think so because people with google voice VM also use the app for texts
     
  3. Oddity

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    Go to settings> call and at the top of the list it has an option to choose voicemail service. Just set google as the default.
     
  4. GrandMasterB

    GrandMasterB Go Go Gadget Flow!
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    Yewwtah!
    This does not make the VoiceMail tab in the messaging app refer to GV unfortunately...
     
  5. double

    double Well-Known Member
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    you are correct it does not. its not the end of the world but it is annoying. i really liked the way it combined all sms, mms and voicemail into one location. now i have two apps on homescreeninstead of one.
     
  6. milnivlek

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    Are you using Google Voice for text messages too? If so, you probably shouldn't be using the default Messages app anyway.
     

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