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How do I stop my iPhone from going straight to voicemail?

The first method is to check your Do Not Disturb settings in the settings app. Go to Settings > Do Not Disturb, and make sure the toggle is off. You can also check to see if Call Forwarding is set to forward your calls to voicemail.

To do this, go to Phone > Call Forwarding and make sure the toggle is off.

If you’re still having issues, you may need to reset your network settings. To do this, go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Be aware that resetting your network settings will delete all stored Wi-Fi passwords and website logins, so you’ll have to re-enter them when you turn on your iPhone again.

If none of these methods resolve the issue, then you may need to contact your mobile carrier for further assistance.

Why am I not receiving calls on my iPhone?

If you are not receiving calls on your iPhone, there are a few possible causes you should check. First, make sure the Do Not Disturb mode is not enabled, as this can block incoming calls. You should also check to see if the ringer is set to silent and, if so, set it to a higher volume.

There may also be an issue with the network connection. If you’re in an area with low signal strength, consider moving to a better location. Additionally, you should make sure the phone isn’t in airplane mode, as this feature blocks all incoming calls.

Finally, check for any recent iOS updates and make sure the phone is running the latest version. If all else fails, you may need to restart the device or contact your carrier for more help.

Why does my iPhone not ring on incoming calls?

First, it is possible that your silent switch is turned on, which will stop all sound from coming from your iPhone. This can be checked and changed in the Settings app under Sounds and Haptics.

Another potential issue could be with your Do Not Disturb settings. If you have this turned on, it will block all incoming notifications, including calls. This can be accessed in the Settings app and adjust the settings accordingly.

It is also possible that your specific contact’s settings have restricted incoming calls from ringing on your iPhone. You can check this by going to the contact’s info page in the Phone app and checking the settings.

Finally, if none of these potential issues are causing your iPhone not to ring, you may need to double-check the sound settings in Settings under Sounds and Haptics to ensure that your Ringtone and Volume levels are set correctly.

Additionally, you can restart your iPhone to ensure that all phone settings are functioning correctly.

Do Not Disturb is off but phone doesn’t ring?

If your Do Not Disturb (DND) setting is turned on, your phone will not ring even if you receive a phone call. Instead, it will be silenced and sent to voicemail (if you have your voicemail set up). To make sure that your phone will ring when someone calls you, you will need to turn off the DND setting.

To do this, navigate to your Settings and locate the option for DND. Disable this setting and make sure that your phone will now ring when someone calls. Additionally, you can set certain hours of the day or certain contacts to bypass your DND setting; this way, you can customize when you receive incoming calls.

What happens when your phone is on Do Not Disturb and someone calls you?

When your phone is on Do Not Disturb and someone calls you, the phone will not ring and the caller will hear either 1) a busy signal, 2) a pre-recorded message, or 3) go straight to voicemail, depending on your phone’s settings.

Your phone will, however, still vibrate and display a call notification, so you will be aware that someone is trying to reach you. You can choose to answer the call or let it go to voicemail. If you are allowing “repeat callers” to go through, calls from the same phone number within 3 minutes will cause your phone to ring, bypassing the Do Not Disturb setting.

Finally, you will still receive any Emergency Alerts while Do Not Disturb is on.