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I have two phones, one of them a droid the other one a brick. Most of my friends have my brick number so it would be hard to make them change my number in favor of my droid. My droid uses google voice to receive and make calls.

What I want to do is to forward calls to my brick to my google voice so that my droid picks up the call instead.

I tried to use the call forwarding feature in my phone but it seem jumps immediately to a "not available " message when someone calls it.

Is there something that I can configure to make the above happen?

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closed as off topic by Matthew Read Mar 7 '12 at 3:34

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If your phone is a brick, how did you configure it? That would seem to be dependent on your carrier, which makes it off-topic. The solution is to only give out your GV number and then you can always have it redirect calls to your current number, and no one needs to know when you get a new number. – Matthew Read Mar 7 '12 at 3:34

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