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Topic # 90316 19-Sep-2011 20:17
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Just switched to 2 degrees and am using a Samsung Galaxy S2 (new phone too). On the weekend I was at Waikawa beach and every 10 -15 minutes I would receive a text message saying a location like "Otaki, Peka Peka, or Levin" I am making the assumption that i was in a fringe coverage area and my phone was switching between the strongest signal.  No problem with that but how can i turn off those messages - they are really annoying ?

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  Reply # 523269 19-Sep-2011 21:31
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Sounds like you've got the cell ID broadcast channel on and the phone doesn't know how to deal with it. You'd be better off posting this in the Android forum.




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