In this tutorial, I will teach you how to receive calls coming to your line when your phone is switched off.
This does not require downloading of any application neither does it require a professional knowledge of the phone software. All you need is to follow the steps I will list below and you will say good-bye to missing calls because your phone battery is down.
This tutorial was put together by Marcel to help students in the campus or off campus solve some little problems without having to visit the dubious so-called phone repairs around the campus who ends up spoiling the phone further, though there are some good ones but in most cases, they are hard to locate.
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Okay, back to the gist. If you have a sim card that you do receive calls on, but there is this problem of where to Insert the sim, do not worry. If you have about two phones and one of them have battery issues and easily discharges after full charge yet there is a sim card in it which you really are in need of, do not worry. I will show you how to manage this issues and get the best result.
You do not need a laptop this time to help fix things for you, all you need is this tutorial guide and your phone.
How To Receive Calls When Your Phone Is Switched Off
Now let’s make a headway into this matter. Have you heard of call divert? I know you have, but you may not really know the need for it or what it is all about. Do not be in a haste to quit this tutorial because there is a lot you can learn from it.
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Most people complain that when people call them, the call goes to another line or number and they don’t know what to do to stop it. Do not go to any phone repairer for this issue, with the help of this tutorial, you can sort it out by yourself. If you are experiencing this problem, follow the steps below.
1. Switch on your phone or rather, make sure your phone is switched on.
2. Press the ‘menu’ button and go to settings.
3. Scroll down to calls and click. A new screen will come up where you will see things like call divert, call waiting and other options.
4. Click on ‘call divert’ and locate where its written ‘no call diverts’ or ‘cancel all diverts’ or any other thing relating to the cancelling of call diverts. Click on it and you have solved that problem by yourself.
Now let’s go over to how to answer calls when the phone with the sim card is switched off. It is just simple, if you can follow the steps properly.
First of all, like I said before, your phone has to be on before you can carry out any of these programs.
5. Press the ‘menu’ button and go to settings.
6. Scroll down to calls and click. A new screen will come up where you will see things like call divert, call waiting and other options.
7. Just like I explained earlier, still click on ‘call diverts’ and some options will be displayed.
You will see options like, all voice calls, If busy, If not answered, If out of reach, If not available.
8. Click on “if not available” and click activate.
9. You will see either two or more options displayed. Click on “to other number” and input the number which you know will always be on so your calls can be forwarded to it when the other phone is off.
10. After inputting the number, press ‘ok’ or ‘done’. Set your delay time to 5 seconds and click the ‘ok’ button.
At this point, you are done. The request will be sent immediately you click ok’ and the divert will be activated then you can now switch off your phone or even remove your sim card. Then use another phone to dial your number and it will be diverted to that line you inputted while setting up the divert request.
I also have a tutorial guide on how to hard flash android phones when you forget your pattern or security code. You have to learn how to do some things yourself, it feels good for you to discover that some phone issues you take to the phone repairers to work for you, are problems you can comfortably sort out by yourself.
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