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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 15037 1-Aug-2007 00:49
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Hi there,

I just had my LG NX225 sent away for repairs, including a software update but am disappointed that it is still sending text messages (when I hit reply) to the callback number. Is this right?

It would seem to me that a callback number is for just that, calling. You have no control over what a persons callback number is, and it is amazing how many people in my contacts have strange ones that mean I can't reply to their texts without changing the number - that is if I realise at the time.

So yes, my question is: Is this acceptable or is the phone not performing a basic function?

Thanks to anyone who can offer advice!

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Reply # 80736 1-Aug-2007 14:37
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Sorry to brake it you mate , but yea its the way the phones setup, The early samsung models did they exact same thing , have had allot of people in store about this problem.

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