that's not what it is. visual voice mail means that you get a list of all of your voice mail and you can pick and choose which one to listen to in any order and easily delete others, etc. <br><br><br><br>on my old phone, i had to call in and listen to each voice mail message in order. yuck. after having visual voice mail i can't imagine doing it the old way ever again. <br><br>
#343747 - 02/14/0809:35 PMRe: all iphones hacked
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Oh, that makes sense then, yeah. Shouldn't/wouldn't be a biggy for any phone manufacturer or carrier to implement. OTOH, one can still do that with the MMS as a voice memo and get the same effect. Just that one has to send it by themself and not 'automatically', as with an answering service/voice mail type of thingy.<br><br>EDIT: Apple certainly deserves credit for these little things and little improvements it tends to make for a more intuitive usability. <br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by MicMeister on 02/15/08 01:02 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Hey thanks for making that point about the visual<br>layout my voicemail is free so listening to all<br>messages ain't too much of a hassle.<br>hey I just posted from my new 16gig fully<br>HAcKeD iPhone . Way cool<br>too much to learn about the thing :D<br><br> whenever i see a [color:red]r</font color=red>[color:blue]a</font color=blue>i[color:purple]n</font color=purple>b[color:orange]o</font color=orange>[color:green]w</font color=green> i know god is having gay sex
_________________________ whenever i see a [red]r[/red][blue]a[/blue]i[purple]n[/purple]b[orange]o[/orange][green]w[/green] i know god is having gay sex
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