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Topic # 104007 12-Jun-2012 19:45 Send private message

Kia ora

Was wondering if someone could shed some light on a small issue I've noticed after changing to Skinny. I'm running Gingerbread 2.3.7 on my LGP500. When I have a voicemail, I get the missed call notification and a txt saying I've received a voicemail, but when I was back on XT, I would get an icon up on the notification bar stating there was a new voicemail. Is this to do with my phone settings or is it a feature Skinny doesn't or isn't going to have?

Any help appreciated.

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  Reply # 639868 12-Jun-2012 19:48 Send private message

It's a voicemail feature called ICON notification






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  Reply # 639871 12-Jun-2012 19:56 Send private message

Do you know if this is this supported by Skinny...?

Cheers for your help.

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  Reply # 639883 12-Jun-2012 20:09 Send private message

Not sure in theory it should as it's the same voicemail platform as XT but not sure if skinny customers can have it enabled




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  Reply # 640285 13-Jun-2012 16:28 Send private message

Frosto: Kia ora

Was wondering if someone could shed some light on a small issue I've noticed after changing to Skinny. I'm running Gingerbread 2.3.7 on my LGP500. When I have a voicemail, I get the missed call notification and a txt saying I've received a voicemail, but when I was back on XT, I would get an icon up on the notification bar stating there was a new voicemail. Is this to do with my phone settings or is it a feature Skinny doesn't or isn't going to have?

Any help appreciated.


Hi

We have our own voicemail platform and this uses the text notifications, not icons.

cheers

Paul.

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