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[FAQ]How can I disable the Do not Disturb / DND and/or Call forwarding options on the Phone?

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[FAQ]How can I disable the Do not Disturb / DND and/or Call forwarding options on the Phone?

UCS 5.1.1 introduced new features and you can now either disable the DND and/or the call forwarding options.


Option 1:


Disable DND on the IDLE screen




<dnd feature.enhancedFeatureKeys.enabled="1" softkey.feature.doNotDisturb="0" />


In order to remove the gap left by this simply add the additional:





Option 2:


Disable call forward on the IDLE screen


<fwd feature.enhancedFeatureKeys.enabled="1" softkey.feature.forward="0"  />



the same with the alignment on:


<change efk.softkey.alignleft="1" />



Both of the above still leaves the Option within the menu:




Option 3:


Remove DND Softkey and Menu Option:


<dnd feature.doNotDisturb.enable="0" />

 The above will remove the Softkey and the Menu Option.




Option 4:


Remove FWD Softkey and Menu Option:


<fwd feature.enhancedFeatureKeys.enabled="1" feature.forward.enable="0" />



You can combine Option 1 and 2 or Option 3 and 4


Examples for all options are attached and can be mixed

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