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Topic # 114479 20-Feb-2013 21:36
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My iPhone 4 used to repeat the alert if not read. I recently changed it to repeat 10 times and now it alerts once and never again. I have reset back to two alerts and it still only sounds one. Any ideas.

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  Reply # 766746 20-Feb-2013 21:59
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Close down all background apps (double tap the home button and delete all the icons along the bottom) and then do a hard reset (home button and power button held down for 10 seconds)...and see how that goes. This has been a previously documented issue although not sure the exact cause was ever found.





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  Reply # 766753 20-Feb-2013 22:17
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Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately it did not fix the problem.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 781150 13-Mar-2013 16:26
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Try to reset your network settings. Here is how:

- Settings
- General
- Reset
- Reset Network Settings

You may want to delete the text message thread before resetting the network settings. If the issue persists, reply back with the additional information I asked.



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  Reply # 781257 13-Mar-2013 20:10
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Thanks for suggestion. Somehow after playing with a lot of settings it started working properly. I am not sure which one did it.

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