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Reply # 652902 9-Jul-2012 13:42 Send private message

muppet: I had an icon pop up on my landline at home once. Rang Telecom, they couldn't help. Rang again, they still didn't help.

In the end I burnt my house down.

That fixed it.


Should of nuked it from low orbit. Its the only way to be sure.




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  Reply # 652905 9-Jul-2012 13:50 Send private message

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muppet: I had an icon pop up on my landline at home once. Rang Telecom, they couldn't help. Rang again, they still didn't help.

In the end I burnt my house down.

That fixed it.


Should of nuked it from low orbit. Its the only way to be sure.


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  Reply # 653319 10-Jul-2012 09:16 Send private message

I myself don't have an S3 but a young at heart original S1 running a custom ROM (SlimICS which I see supports the S3 now) that has the ability to seperate National Roaming from International Roaming.

Being in Wellington I don't roam very frequenty but last weekend I drove up to Wanganui and cant recall seeing the data roaming warning notification - I had data on throughout the trip.

I have seen posts on XDA a while back about editing code to add national roaming carrier details (through terminal etc) to stop these warnings also, but I didnt see a definative guide for NZ.

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