Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung Galaxy S III

You can't receive voice calls - Samsung Galaxy S III

Cause 1 of 3: Barring of incoming calls is turned on

You can block all incoming calls or incoming calls when abroad. If one of these call barring types is turned on, incoming calls are diverted to your voicemail or another number.

Solution: Turn off call barring for incoming calls.

Step 1 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Apps.

Step 2 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Phone.

Step 3 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press the Menu key.

Step 4 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Call settings.

Step 5 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Additional settings.

Step 6 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Call barring.

Step 7 of 15

Find "Voice call"

Press Voice call.

Step 8 of 15

Select barring option

Press one of the following options:
All outgoing calls

Step 9 of 15

Select barring option

Int'l calls

Step 10 of 15

Select barring option

Int'l calls except home

Step 11 of 15

Select barring option

All incoming calls

Step 12 of 15

Select barring option

Incoming when roaming

Step 13 of 15

Select barring option

Key in your barring password (default is 0000) and press OK.

Step 14 of 15

Select barring option

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), call barring is turned on.

Step 15 of 15

Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

1 Find "Voice call"

Press Apps.
Press Phone.
Press the Menu key.
Press Call settings.
Press Additional settings.
Press Call barring.
Press Voice call.

2 Select barring option

Press one of the following options:
All outgoing calls
Int'l calls
Int'l calls except home
All incoming calls
Incoming when roaming
Key in your barring password (default is 0000) and press OK.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), call barring is turned on.

3 Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

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