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Topic # 65181 30-Jul-2010 14:53
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Hi all,

so i got the phone ... stuck XT sim in it and all is working.

I am getting what seems to be probing garble txts from a UK number which seem to be the activation txt's for the facetime feature (yes i am aware that it will not work on XT etc) but i am wondering if its possible to stop the txts ... have had about 3 in last 2 hours.

Maybe someone from iphonewzealand can help?

Thanks.




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  Reply # 359972 30-Jul-2010 14:56
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Under phone options turn off Facetime.

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  Reply # 359980 30-Jul-2010 15:01
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Are you saying the SMS is not working (FaceTime activation)? FaceTime itself is not network dependent, as it is only available over WiFi...







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  Reply # 359984 30-Jul-2010 15:04
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Sweet found the off botton .... had a mans look before haha.

And yea i understand that it only works over wifi but the txt that is sent that is supposed to be hidden to activate the facetime feature doesnt work with XT ... YET.


@freitasm title edit noted :)




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