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Topic # 191502 6-Feb-2016 11:26
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For some reason a week or 2 ago the phone just stopped being able to send sms messages - which is most frustrating. It sends and receives calls, receives texts, but just will not send. I have a Samsung SIII, modded with CM13. Using Vodafone carrier

 

Had a look at the SMSC settings on CM13. The SMSC number refreshed as 069146620006f0. I tried updating the SMSC number to +6421600600 but it didn't seem to like the "+".  I since have found that the SMSC number is in PDU format.

 

Not sure if the issue is with the phone, CM13, or maybe even the SIM card?

 

 


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  Reply # 1486419 6-Feb-2016 11:39
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@sarcher Have you tried the same SIM card in another handset? That will tell you straight away if handset or Vodafone / SIM card issue

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  Reply # 1486435 6-Feb-2016 12:26
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Thanks Johnr, SIM card works on another handset which indicates phone  CM13 settings (or rogue app) might be the issue


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  Reply # 1486476 6-Feb-2016 14:32
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I'm using CM13 on SIII too without any messaging issues (Vodafone).

 

If there's something you want me to check on my phone let me know, but everything is at defaults though.


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