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LG VX5200 Incoming Call Restriction?

Discussion in 'LG' started by abob17, Jul 9, 2006.

  1. abob17

    abob17 New Member

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    When I look under Tools and Sounds, there are settings for Call Ringtones with options for Caller ID, No Caller ID, Restrict Calls and All Calls.

    How do you put a number on restrict?

    I got someone else's old number and they don't seem to understand that I'm not "Steve". I want to block them from calling or at the very least not have them ring and go straight to VM.

    Thanks.
     



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  2. travelplus

    travelplus New Member

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    Too bad Verizon and other carriers don't have a"Reject List" in the phonebook so you can add it to the Reject List and a message will say"The party you are calling does not accept calls from this phone number please remove the phone number from your contacts". Then they won't even leave you a VM.
     
  3. abob17

    abob17 New Member

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    Well my old Nokia had a "Restricted Calls" setting where you could add 20 numbers. Anyone who called that was on that list just got dead air after one ring - no missed call, no VM, nothing.

    With the LG, there must be some reason why there is a "restricted" option for the ring tones, but I can't seem to find anything about it. The manual mentions this as an option but says nothing more.
     
  4. bossdragon

    bossdragon Daderator

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    Those settings are there for assigning ringtones to those 4 types of calls that come in, not for assigning to individual caller's.

    You could always save the number, and then assign a no ring to that number, or put something nasty down as the saved named, so when they do call you can know who it is.
     

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