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Topic # 55910 9-Jan-2010 22:04
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Does anybody else have this problem, both my partner and myself have an R6 phone, the problem is when i send him a two page txt, what he recieves is not what ive sent and vise versa, it seems to delete the last sentance of the text and add a completly new one from a previous text, which then doesnt make sence. He will then forward it back to me to show me what it says and it has then changed it again and sent another random ending to the text.
is this a handset problem or network problem?

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  Reply # 288591 10-Jan-2010 00:43
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Hi Millie,

What happens if you receive long texts from other people who dont have an R6? So just an R6 to R6 issue?

I bought my mother an R6 and didnt experience that issue, although when i was playing with it, i didnt text anyone who received my texts on an R6.




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  Reply # 288612 10-Jan-2010 08:54
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as far as I know its just R6 to R6, Nobody else has said anything about it to me, but it is every two page txt not short ones. Really not good as it can get you into trouble lol without knowing.

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