Google Voice

This is a discussion on Google Voice within the Nexus One Application Discussion forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by lrsone Originally Posted by bozzy Originally Posted by lrsone I did it on my pc browser. What I did was sign in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lrsone View Post
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    I did it on my pc browser. What I did was sign in and go to settings on the top right corner of the page, and it gave me the option of picking a number by typing in my zip code. After I chose a number from a short list, they should provide you a number code to dial on your phone. Enter that number hit the Call/Send on your dial pad and let Google work its magic. A message should pop up saying call forwarding enabled. And boom your all done.
    The Google Voice app for Android sets up forwarding automatically.
    I thought it had did it for me, but obviously it didn't as I couldn't SMS or call from Voice. Just receive Voicemail.
    Sending a SMS from the app has nothing to do with setting up forwarding on your phone. You don't even need forwarding setup to send a SMS from the app. Neither does calling. Forwarding is only needed for sending callers who call to your N1 directly to Google's voicemail.

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    The Google Voice app for Android sets up forwarding automatically.
    I thought it had did it for me, but obviously it didn't as I couldn't SMS or call from Voice. Just receive Voicemail.
    Sending a SMS from the app has nothing to do with setting up forwarding on your phone. You don't even need forwarding setup to send a SMS from the app. Neither does calling. Forwarding is only needed for sending callers who call to your N1 directly to Google's voicemail.
    Well that's how I solved my problem. And I posted it here so people can try it out if they have the same problem I had.

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    lrsone, thank you so much for posting how to set this up. I had google voice transcription out of the gate but never saw how to add a full, legitimate google voice primary number. Thanks so much for posting this!

    Also, thanks to FlyingsCool for prompting
    lrsone to post it.

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    Just started using google voice for my answering service. Use to use T-Mobile visual. My question is why does it take the voice mail transcriptions sometimes 20 minutes to get to my voice mail? Te first test message I sent, transcription went fast, 2nd one took 20 minutes. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks, Vinny

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