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Help Me Kill Google Voice Mail!

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by shawnpeck, Sep 19, 2010.

  1. shawnpeck

    shawnpeck Well-Known Member
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    Once upon a time, I set up Google Voice as the voicemail agent on my phone. Now I really regret it. Every time a get a voicemail now, I receive two text messages and an email and it's annoying.

    So I went to call settings and changed the voicemail from Voice back to "Carrier" and I also removed the Voice number and put back the default voicemail number. Nother has changed! Any ideas?

    I am running Froyostone on an HTC HD2, which may complicate things.
     

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    You could just turn off the notifications in the google voice settings on the webpage...

    -Nkk
     
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    Nice! I had no clue to check there. I looked only in the app settings. Thanks.
     
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    If you ever decide to remove GV VM from your phone you'll have to deactivate it via the network.. when you set it up you were required to dial a special number to forward your voicemail to your GV number. There's a *## sequence to disable that. I think its *71 or *72.
     

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