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Topic # 4558 3-Aug-2005 09:20

For all those A680 users out there.
If you are trying to text nokia phones and the messages are not getting through, all you need to do is delete the space in your call back number.
We have tried and it works really well.

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Reply # 17524 3-Aug-2005 23:31
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Hmmm.. interesting fault,. I used to have a kyocera that would completely kill a 5120 (025) if you send a message to. I was capable of sending 176 characters versus the standard 160!!!! the little 025 could only collect 160-164 characters (it was NEVER 150 but telecom said this for safety) thus crashing the software on the 025.... permanently.

No other mobile model I'm aware of allows a space in the callback number so this will be why... I'll check up on this. This looks like a critical MOSMS bug!!!!

(my samsung 391 won't allow a space)

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