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Topic # 57124 3-Feb-2010 17:21
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I have an acerdx900 running wm6.1. I bought this in from overseas. If i send text messages to other xt network phones they are recieved as random figures and numbers however if i send them to a vf phone they arrive as sent. Anyone have any ideas?

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  Reply # 295779 3-Feb-2010 17:27
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The joys of a imported device

Checking SMS message settings and make sure messages are sent as " text "

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  Reply # 295780 3-Feb-2010 17:28
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Also Character encoding what is this set to?



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  Reply # 296290 5-Feb-2010 07:05
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Unfortunatly there are no easy settings for those items. If i send the same message to vf,xt and cdma phones at the same time the vf and cdma phones get the message ok but the xt phone just gets strange characters. Messages sent to me from other xt phones come through fine. Have been swapping sim cards in and out checking different cards and now it doesn't even want to register the fact that a sim card has been put in so its off to the repair shop.

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