is it possible to have phone call incoming appear longer o nscreen?


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My LG380 will not transfer over the phone book to my 630 which is not TT's fault but the lg 380 .. but it would be nice if I could have the incoming call number be displayed just a tad longer on the screen . as it is now the number comes up real quick and then disappears .. I Know I can adjust the incoming calsl to either 5 seconds or 8 seconds untill I answer but can the incoming display last longer? it would be nice ..
 
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Two options:

- Under phone preferences, set auto-answer to "never". Then it should stay up on the screen until you answer.

- The number will disappear when the phone redirects to voicemail. You can usually call your phone company and ask them to increase the number of rings before a call is sent to voicemail.
 
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This appears to be the problem area.. I can set the tom tom to Never BUT it still picks up after only one ring (- 1 second-) ......:mad:
the id disappears immediately when answered .,,,

BUT IF I MAKE IT always .. it answers right away and the phone call ID stays on the screen much much longer ......
 
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This appears to be the problem area.. I can set the tom tom to Never BUT it still picks up after only one ring (- 1 second-) ......:mad:
the id disappears immediately when answered .,,,
I've never seen that reported by anyone before. Check your phone, does it have carphone preferences, where autoanswer may also be enabled?
 

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