[nabs-l] Accessible Cellphone Help
cassonw at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 22:26:07 UTC 2009
I assume you have the LG vx8350 from last year.
press the voice command menu button and select look up name, there will be
an option to create here. you can also read out contact modify them and
delete. Use the five way navigation keys after pressing the voice command
button to scroll through the options here. This phone can also be
configured to read out the number or name of incoming calls. Feel free to
email me if you have additional questions.
On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 3:02 PM, Serena <serenacucco at verizon.net> wrote:
> I also have that model and your missed calls and voicemails are accessible,
> too. Just press the button on the lower left of the phone and you should
> hear "Please say a command." Say "check" and the phone will say, "Please
> choose." You say either "voicemail" or "missed calls" and the phone will
> tell you if you have any of either. No, you can't really put in your new
> contacts in yourself. You definitely can't text message!
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Merisa Musemic" <
> merisa.musemic at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [nabs-l] Accessible Cellphone Help
> Hi all! I am looking for an accessible cellphone. I'd like to be able
>> to enter my contact numbers without sighted assistance. The phone I
>> currently have is LG 8350, and my service is Verizon wireless. I heard
>> that LG 8350 can be adjusted to provide full talking feature, however
>> the only feature I see as accessible is Voice Activated dialing.
>> Please help if you can!
>> Thanks! Merisa
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