I had been using Google Voice but decided I'd like to try the updated standard Sprint Voice Mail again.
How do I change the settings so I receive messages on my phone thru the Sprint voice mail?
I have uninstalled Google Voice; however, when I call in I still hear my old Google greeting so obviously any message is being left in the Google Voice program.
I've been forwarding my t-mobile voice mails to email for years now. I don't even remember any more what I did to set it up! Then I dropped my phone, and temporarily got a really old Android phone. Ever since, I am not getting my voice mail messages. I really need a way to get them ASAP!
So I tried to get my messages by making a phone call to Google Voice. Should work, right?
So I'm contemplating getting the note 3 and have been actively looking at it but curious how it holds up using googles apps. I know S voice can't be changed to google now but can you disable S voice and still activate google now and use it for google voice search?
I have a Galaxy S3 on Verizon. Google Voice is active and working. I'm not sure if this occurs with every call to my Google Voice number, but I have noticed that an audible voice ("press 1 to accept call ...") comes through even though I have the phone muted and Driving Mode is off. Is this a bug or is there something I'm missing to make the phone totally silent?
You can’t say I didn’t give it an honest try. It was over a year ago now that I tried switching from an Android phone to the iPhone. The main reason I had waited so long was my tether to Google Voice – I’m all in there after porting my phone number to them a few years ago. And Google Voice never worked natively on the iPhone.
Until Sprint, that is.
I discovered an app that switched s voice to Google now which basically allows note 3 owners to have always listening Google now. After trying to research why Google now is better I always find inaccurate, out of date info. Usually somebody comments saying Google now it's vastly superior but doesn't give examples.