Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Fixed Numbers to Fixed Dialing Numbers List

As we have learnt before, in Samsung Galaxy SIII we can restrict incoming call by adding the number into rejection list and restrict outgoing call by adding the number into FDN list. But, before you add the fixed numbers, make sure you have enabled fixed dialing on your phone.

See also: How to Turn On or Off Fixed Dialing on Samsung Galaxy S3

Once you turn this option on, now your phone will only be able to make a call to the selected numbers and emergency numbers.

How to add fixed numbers to FDN list?
To be able to make a call to the certain number when fixed dialing was turning on, then you need to add the number into FDN list by following the steps below:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap the Menu key.
  4. On pop up menu select Call settings.
  5. Scroll to Additional settings, then tap on it.
  6. Tap Fixed Dialing Numbers.
  7. Tap FDN list to manage phone number list.
  8. Tap the Menu key.
  9. On pop up menu select Add contact.
  10. Enter contact name in Name field.
  11. Tap Number field and enter the required number.
  12. Tap PIN2 field and enter your PIN2. When you never change your PIN2 then the default is 0000.
  13. Tap Save button to save your changes.
  14. To add more fixed numbers, repeat from the steps #8.
  15. Finish. Now you have managed to add fixed numbers.

Well, by knowing on how to add fixed numbers, now you can call to these numbers while fixed dialing is enable on your phone. So, try this tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)

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