data and text work fine. Can not make or receive phone calls
I can send and receive text, google questions, even replay voice mail. phone calls do not come in or go out.
all else works
First, restart your phone by holding the power button for 10 seconds. Make sure free calling apps like Viber, Tango or Skype isn't your default calling app or simply uninstall these free calling apps.
You should also check your call settings. Open the phone app -> tap on Menu -> tap on Call settings - > then scroll to the bottom and choose "Use Internet Calling" under Internet Call Settings. Make sure that "Only Internet Calls" is selected. I hope this will help you.
I had the same problem, tried all the above. I could only use the phone in Wi-Fi mode.
I powered down the phone several times with no success.
Finally, I shut off phone, removed battery and sim card, waited a few minutes and then
replaced them. when I turned on the phone the problem was resolved.
I found the problem with my phone. I can get data, internet, text, but no voice phone. It turned out to be the radio antenna for phones calls. The grey wire on the right side was getting pinched when I screwed the back on. I also lifted the usb flex circuit board slightly, from the right. Cleaned the contact between the board and the antenna contact on the frame and pressed it back. That fixed it. So, check your grey wire connections or try replacing the wire.
Phone radio has a different antenna than wifi, 4g, Bluetooth. Etc.
I was having problems receiving and making phone calls. No calls were coming in and I couldn't make any calls. The dialer would timeout and no calls would ever go through. After looking through the threads on this I noticed many people had the same issue mostly with Samsung phones. So I thought it was my phone as I have a Samsung Galaxy 6. I also happen to use my old iPhone 4 as an iPod in the car or with earbuds and I noticed that lately it was showing up with missed calls. After reading the threads with no ideas given on how to fix the no call issue I decided to try test. I have always left me iPhone 4 in my car right outside the garage and back door of my house so after retrieving the iPhone from the car I turned it off and restarted my Samsung Galaxy 6. After doing this I was able to make and receive calls again! Hallelujah!! This is happened to me with a Galaxy 4 and the Galaxy 5 and I could never find the fix. It would just start working later on and I never knew how or why it started working again. So to recap if your phone will not make or receive calls check and make sure you do not have another Verizon phone somewhere that you used to use that is turned on. I cannot be sure but I think it's just this iPhone 4 that I have since it doesn't have a SIM card that has been giving me problems. I hope this help someone as I found this extremely frustrating and had it happen to me on several different phones. I would hate to think that someone would go out and buy brand new phones, waste their time at a Verizon store, or anything else when my problem was very simple to fix.
This worked for me and haven't had any more problems dialing out. Take the back off, remove the battery, unplug the SIM, replace everything.
Your problem same with my phone.. You try type *#06# your IMEI no will appear on your screen.. I believe..your screen will appear ( invalid ) that's why your phone can't call in and out..this is your h.phone problem..not your sim.. You can put your IMEI no back and make a call in out normally.. Follow this step to put IMEI on your phone.. Take your IMEI no at the battery area normally, or get it from your HP box...if your hp have a 2 sim you must be a 2 IMEI no..copy that and follow this step..
1) type *#*#3646633#*#*
2) choose Connectivity
3) choose CDS Information
4) choose Radio Information
5) choose phone 1
6) you can see AT+ on your screen.. Just add E and your screen will appear AT+EGMR=1,7,""
7) put your IMEI no between "" for example :
( AT+EGMR=1,7,"123456789" )
8) don't forget you must modified a little bit things, just put
the "space" between AT+ for example :
( AT *put space here* +EGMR=1,7,"123456789" )
9) and push button SEND AT COMMAND
10) on your bottom screen will appear
(AT command is mSent) in 3-4 second.
11) if your HP have a 2 simcard you must have a 2 IMEI no
12) to put second IMEI no just follow step 5 and choose
"Phone 2" after finished setup 1st IMEI at the same time
13) follow step 6 and choose ( AT+EGMR=1,10,"" ) and follow
the step until step 10.
14) after finish the setup just restart your HP
15) after restart type *#06# and your IMEI no will appear,
and your phone will be OK. If not working send your HP
to your hp service centre..TQ..GOOD LUCK.
I went to the chat settings on the top, turned noticications on and asked the person whom I wished to call to do the same thing, and boom it worked! hope this helped since I was having the same exact problem.
Here's what i did, i turned off my phone, took out my sim card, placed my sim card onto another phone, tried dialling out, and it worked on my other phone
(If it does not work, its the card or your account's problem). I placed the sim card back into my old phone and it returned to normal.
If that doesn't work, you can try the method described on this youtube link:
If it still does not work, then you can try going to application manager, ALL, Uninstall Google Inc. (Which gives you updates all the time)
If it still does not work, you may have to reset it to factory settings.
Finally if it still does not work, then i am afraid you will have to bring to to Samsung branch to get a technician to take a look at it.
Hope this helps!
I was looking around under- Phone Dial Pad ----> Menu ------> Call Settings ------> Noise Reduction (I turned this setting off and it seems to have solved the problem..... for now, haha )
Just turn phone off for a minute. Everything should be working when you turn it back on.
Worked for us.
Appears to be a. AT&T problem, because my husband has a different phone and we both had the same problem at the same time.
Well I had this problem both on iPhone and an android phone,and I solved by turning on "show my call I'd " did this by going to settings--> calls---> then caller ID ... this setting should be in network default as some networks don't support turning off your caller ID status
I was unable to make calls from my Samsung Galaxy Tab A. ..but i can receive all calls..I am using airtel 4g sim..it was also well working in my ordinary 2g mobile..need a help please .. .
I tried all of the above with my Motorola phone with Verizon service, except removing my battery because it isn’t removable. I finally got the dialer working by going into the call dialer settings--> calls---> voice privacy ——> and unchecked the box marked “Enable enhanced privacy mode”. It worked. I then researched this function and decided it was more trouble than functional. So I am leaving it unchecked. Very odd.
Hi. I recently switched to a new phone and was having a similar problem after trying to activate it. Everything seemed to transfer over just fine, but for some reason I couldn’t make or receive texts or calls. I found this forum while looking for a solution, and even though it’s kind of old, I just thought I’d share what eventually worked for me in case it helps anyone else. After trying a few things on my own and having no success, I called customer support and what finally worked is when she asked me to reset my network settings. After I did that, texting and calling started working just fine. I reconnected to my Wi-Fi network and thankfully it’s all working good now.
I’m not sure why my network was interfering with making calls and texts at first, but if this sounds like your issue try going to Settings—> About Phone then go all the way down to where it says “Reset”. From there go to Reset Network Settings. Hit the Reset Settings button and confirm. Try making a text or call. If it works, all you have to do is reconnect to your Wi-Fi and you’re all good! Thanks and hope this helps!
I just fixed the same issue … I went to setting … app … and reset app preferences
So none of the above worked for me until
Go to Apps… then three dots top right corner… App Permissions
Then scroll down and click on Telephone and make sure only the following are allowed
Contacts,Messages and Phone
Took me over a week of pulling my hair out to figure as nothing else worked at all and was ready to buy new phone. Seems something had updated (probably google) and took over my calls. Hope that helps people
I had this problem, finally I understood that the problem is about Contacts. just do Contacts Disable and Forcestop, then everything will work. the only problem is Contacts app.
Find call text on this device
Recently resolved same issue its easy
Go to sitting developers option then activate the 3GPP AT command (on)
Then you can receive and make calls.
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