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R-button on dect/Gap phone on Mfim 50 b

R-button on dect/Gap phone on Mfim 50 b

R-button on dect/Gap phone on Mfim 50 b

Hello, all

we have a few gap cordless phones (Ericsson dt412) in the dect Area af our Mfim 50b, which work o.k.; call transfer from this phones to annother cordless (even gdc handsets) denĀ“t work, because r-button funktion seems to be not compatible with Mfim code;I have try t get a keypad command on this button; but dont know if this is a possibility. Is there a chance , to get this to work?

thanks a lot for all advice

RE: R-button on dect/Gap phone on Mfim 50 b

i know on the newer handsets its not the r button but the INT button you use . these handsets you have predate me lol

to be honest ive always found the lg dect system to not be very good . you cant have a common directory across all phones and you cannot name handsets on the screen .

and ive never found it reliable on walking between bases with call transfer between bases stations.

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