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Topic # 91567 15-Oct-2011 19:50
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Is this possible?
Can I text it a code that will wake it up?

It seems to be dead/locked/stuck....

 

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  Reply # 533815 15-Oct-2011 20:02
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Shout

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  Reply # 533952 16-Oct-2011 13:52

XD

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 533977 16-Oct-2011 16:37
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Did you not post this question on the Vodafone NZ forum?

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/8948-remote-vodem/

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  Reply # 533980 16-Oct-2011 16:42
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Brunzy: Shout

Looks like he already did in the title of this thread.




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  Reply # 534019 16-Oct-2011 17:43
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Ok. So no takers?
I had a response on this via the vodafone forum, but it offered no alternate solution.
Just need a conclusive analysis 

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  Reply # 534047 16-Oct-2011 18:47
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justinflux: Ok. So no takers?
I had a response on this via the vodafone forum, but it offered no alternate solution.
Just need a conclusive analysis 

It is kind of like asking "Can I send a text to my phone to turn it on when it has no coverage?"




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  Reply # 534149 17-Oct-2011 06:41
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cisconz:
justinflux: Ok. So no takers?
I had a response on this via the vodafone forum, but it offered no alternate solution.
Just need a conclusive analysis 

It is kind of like asking "Can I send a text to my phone to turn it on when it has no coverage?"


You got it

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  Reply # 534673 18-Oct-2011 13:02
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ask someone to go and unplug it and plug it back in again?





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