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Topic # 111591 8-Nov-2012 11:13
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Any known issues where texts FROM 2D TO Vodafone fail to send? Texts to Telecom or 2D work fine, and receiving texts from any network works fine.

A user here is having issues with a Galaxy S3 bought from 2D, has tried a few solutions but no dice. The problem is also intermittent just to make it more difficult.






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  Reply # 714069 8-Nov-2012 11:17
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Fail to send or fail to arrive?



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  Reply # 714073 8-Nov-2012 11:22
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Fails to send, which says to me it's a 2D problem.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 714076 8-Nov-2012 11:25
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Start off by removing the contact / number from the handset and saving it again



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  Reply # 714095 8-Nov-2012 11:50
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Will get her to give that a go, cheers John.




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  Reply # 714118 8-Nov-2012 12:59
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Please PM your number to me if it continues.

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Thanks again for the input John! :)


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  Reply # 715218 10-Nov-2012 17:00
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I've noticed problems with texts going the other way, from VF to my 2D. I occasionly get texts doubled up when then sender on VF has only sent them once.

Any ideas? Or just a random system glitch?

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  Reply # 715884 12-Nov-2012 14:41
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indapie2000: I've noticed problems with texts going the other way, from VF to my 2D. I occasionly get texts doubled up when then sender on VF has only sent them once.



Any ideas? Or just a random system glitch?


Sounds like ack back from the handset has not been acknowledged by VSMSC and so SMS is sent again

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