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Topic # 67013 26-Aug-2010 20:49
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Heya. I have a Nexus One. I was texting somebody up until 20 minutes ago - they didnt text back. All good I thought. Anyway I texted "bal" to check my balance and so far (about 3 minutes) since I sent send it hasnt sent.

Was wondering if there was something wrong with Vodafone? Are others having the same trouble? Or is my phone just broken somehow? :(

Thanks

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  Reply # 373352 26-Aug-2010 20:49
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Forgot to mention I still have signal bars.

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  Reply # 373357 26-Aug-2010 20:52
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restarted the phone?



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  Reply # 373358 26-Aug-2010 20:52
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Well its working now, dont know what happened. Sorry for the waste of a thread.

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  Reply # 373410 27-Aug-2010 00:27
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Hi there, I've had ongoing problems with my Nexus One regarding connectivity issues.

Often the connection will freeze, and even though it's showing signal the SMS, voice and data are just locked and cannot be used.

Toggling into Airplane Mode and back again will always fix it though.

It seemed for a long while that a 'clash' of received and sent texts hitting each other within a second or two would cause the connectivity freeze (such as the near-instant replies of BAL to 777 or MYADDONS to 756), but this isn't always reproducible - although this 'text clash' really does seem to be where all the signs are pointing to for my experience.

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