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    For the life of me I dread when I have call waiting cause I always hang up on both parties. I can never get it right. Is there a write up or instructions where I can I read on how to use the call waiting feature? Thanks.
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    Nevermind. I found the user guide.
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    what did it say.
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    call waiting....hahahahahahah!
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    yes, happens to me too. both calls still show and one says its on hold even after that party hangs up. What did the manual say???
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    Answer a Second Call (Call Waiting)
    When a second call notification appears, tap (green phone icon). The first call is put on hold.

    Swap Between Two Calls
    You can swap between calls only if the second call is incoming.
    Do one of the following:
    -Tap (two arrows in opposite direction) to put the active call on hold and switch to the other caller.
    -Tap Hold to make the call on hold active.



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    How do you just hang up on one of the calls?

    "Hey hold on, I have another call"
    Click
    "Hey mom, i'm on the phone with work, let me call you back"
    umm... hang up all, or put my mom on hold...
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandebob View Post
    How do you just hang up on one of the calls?

    "Hey hold on, I have another call"
    Click
    "Hey mom, i'm on the phone with work, let me call you back"
    umm... hang up all, or put my mom on hold...
    I can see the problem in that lol.


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    In the pre's defense, my Centro had the exact same problem. Why the hell doesn't palm think i would want to hang up one line, not both?
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    It's a Cdma issue. don't blame palm, or the pre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VickMackey View Post
    It's a Cdma issue. don't blame palm, or the pre.
    How is that a CDMA issue? It's been a long time since i've had a non smart-phone, but I'm fairly certain my old sanyo could drop one call or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VickMackey View Post
    It's a Cdma issue. don't blame palm, or the pre.
    Not true. One of my last WM phones from Sprint could do this.
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    I cant figure it out. Keeps happening to me too.... HELP!!!
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    Frankly, I don't care if its a CDMA issue or not. The interface should have a hangup button for the active call. Wether it technically does that or not is besides the question.

    If i hit that button, it's should remove the user's information from the screen making me atleast THINK i hung up on them (If the CDMA connection is still active who cares).

    Having the hangup button hang up on everyone is lame. And the current implementation is confusing as hell for the end user's experience.

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