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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

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Choose settings for call barring

You can select settings for call barring on your device. Follow these instructions to select settings for call barring.

Step 1 of 15

Press the menu icon.

Step 2 of 15

Press Phone.

Step 3 of 15

Press the menu icon.

Step 4 of 15

Press Call settings.

Step 5 of 15

Press Additional settings.

Step 6 of 15

Press Call barring.

Step 7 of 15

Press Voice call.

Step 8 of 15

Press one of the following options:
All outgoing calls

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 9 of 15

International calls

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 10 of 15

Int'l calls except home

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 11 of 15

All incoming calls

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 12 of 15

Incoming when roaming

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 13 of 15

Key in your barring password (default is 0000) and press OK.

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 14 of 15

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), call barring is turned on.

If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Step 15 of 15

Press the home icon to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Voice call"

Press the menu icon.
Press Phone.
Press the menu icon.
Press Call settings.
Press Additional settings.
Press Call barring.
Press Voice call.

2. Select barring option

Press one of the following options:
All outgoing calls
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
International calls
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Int'l calls except home
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
All incoming calls
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Incoming when roaming
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
Key in your barring password (default is 0000) and press OK.
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), call barring is turned on.
If you select Int'l calls except home, no international calls can be made, but you can still call home when you're abroad.

If you select Incoming when roaming, you can't receive incoming calls when you take your device abroad. Incoming calls will be rejected by the network and the call won't go through.

3. Exit

Press the home icon to return to standby mode.

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