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Switching Back to “Regular” Voicemail

December 4th, 2008

So you’ve decided that Fusion Voicemail Plus for Android isn’t for you. That’s cool, we can handle rejection. However, you find that you cannot switch back to your “old school” voicemail. Well, here’s your answer:

I deleted Fusion Voicemail Plus from my phone, but now my real voicemail isn’t working. Why?
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There is a button directly in the application to turn off Fusion Voicemail Plus on your phone. If you are still receiving an error after turning off FVM+, you need to contact T-Mobile to get your regular voicemail switched back on.

NOTE: This should only happen if you contacted T-Mobile to turn off your regular voicemail and activate Fusion Voicemail Plus in the first place, something we do not recommend.

Remember that we are releasing updates to the Fusion Voicemail PLus for Android in record pace, so please give us a try again. More than likely, a bug that made you uninstall has been fixed so, please, give it another whirl. Thanks!sale of viagra

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FVM Plus and SD Cards

December 3rd, 2008

We have received a question about running FVM Plus for Android and registration. More specifically, they are still being asked to register EVEN AFTER registering. Here is the reason why:

If you have received this message to register, it means that the SD card is not inserted into the G1. Fusion Voicemail Plus REQUIRES the SD card be inserted into the G1 for the application to work properly.

You need to install the SD card PRIOR to installing the application. If you have, already, installed FVM Plus and want to add the SD card afterwards, this will not work. Please uninstall FVM Plus, insert the SD card, then re-install the application.

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If you, still, have any questions, feel free to email us at androidfeedback@phonefusion.com. Keep the feedback coming!viagra for sale nyc

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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27th, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone from the PhoneFusion family. Even though its’ a holiday, we are still committed to communicating with our customers in a timely fashion regarding all our products. Today, we would like to address some more of the emails received from androidfeedback@phonefusion.com.

1. The fact that SMS messages show up in the status bar on your G1.

This is a part of the Android OS. We were told that they made this decision because people pay for SMS messages, so they should see each incoming message in the status bar.

You can try and lobby the Android Devleopment Team in their forum located

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2.I have FlexPlay and cannot set conditional call forwarding. Why?

We apologize, but T-Mobile does not allow FlexPlay customers to use conditional call forwarding. We wish they did.

3. I am hearing other audio sounds when listening to the message.

This is one that we’ve read in the comments via the Market. We are, currently, working hard on a fix for that.

Most of your answers can be found in our FAQ here.

Thanks to everyone for their feedback and, please, keep it coming! Happy Thanksgiving!

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