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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 95463 5-Jan-2012 08:04
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I bought this phone recently because its still the only dual sim that will run xt and vodafone, My work number and my private number. It actually does this very well albeit in a clumsy windows mobile sort of way.

Everything works fine but it seems to send jumbled text messages to XT phones. Vodafone is fine. I see an old post on this last year but I don't think it was resolved. Telecom have no clue and as soon as you tell them you are running a dual sim with another network they go cold on you.

I have checked message settings a million times but to no avail. There is a function refering to Unicode which I have turned on and off to no avail.

Any ideas? 
[Moderator edit (MF): moved to Telecom forum, removed derogatory wording, this should not happen again]


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  Reply # 564728 5-Jan-2012 11:59
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can you be more specific about 'jumbled'?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 564759 5-Jan-2012 12:49
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random letters some caps some not,  pound sterling characters, letters with overscores.
Complete gibberish.   

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