davemillier Motorola g4 vibrates every time signal lost or gained. When driving through rural areas it's buzzes non stop. The notifications drop down also shows an incoming 901 voicemail when the buzzing occurs.
Any suggestions gratefully received...
Go to Settings > WiFi > Advanced and turn off Scanning always available.
Also for your Voicemail make sure you edit and save the 443 in the correct places,
To access your voicemail then simply dial 443.If in your Contacts list the number
is not 443 edit and save it as 443.
From the dialpad 1616 on
From the dialpad 1626 off
To reset your voicemail PIN text RESET to 802443
To increase the number of rings before a call goes to voicemail dial
**61*443 10amount of seconds# followed by SEND –
Amount of time in increments of 5 secs maximum 30
So, dial **6144310*20# to increase to 20 seconds
Cost: If you have a goodybag 1 minute of call time will be deducted
If you only have airtime credit you will be charged 8p per call.If you have neither you will not be able to
access your voicemail from your phone.
ALL DIVERTS cancelled dial ##002# from the dialpad
ALL DIVERTS reactivate *#002# from the dialpad
If you are abroad you need to call ##002#
that will cause voicemail to switch off
Make sure you have edited the giffgaff Voicemail number to 443 in your Contacts app.
Note:Most modern phones(Android) can quick access Voicemail by long pressing the 1 key on the dialpad if it has the
small reel-to-reel icon beneath it.On Android phones go Phone dialer>3 Dots>settings>Calls>Voicemail>Setup and edit to 443 and save.
If you have Google Voice installed click the mic Icon and say call 443.