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HTC Evo 4g LTE text message problem?


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Hi all!

 

I have been noticing that me E4GLTE doesn't send all of my text.

What happens is when I reboot my phone say a date later my family and friends

receive the text after this reboot. I am using my old Go messenger pro.

I have updated my profile and prl several times.

 

Anyone else experiencing this or possible solution?

 

Thanks

HD

 

 

 

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Not sure, but... Do you have the same problem when you use the stock messenger/text app? Maybe Go Messenger Pro is the problem? I'd delete it and use the stock text app for a bit and see how that goes.

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Not sure, but... Do you have the same problem when you use the stock messenger/text app? Maybe Go Messenger Pro is the problem? I'd delete it and use the stock text app for a bit and see how that goes.

 

Geez, Ben, how can you come to such a reasoned conclusion that the problem might lie with the installed app and not the device?

 

;)

 

AJ

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Go Pro was one of the first apps I installed when I got the device. I haven't had any issues with sending or receiving SMS or MMS.

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I never commented but I did google "Epyx FastLoad". I initially thought it had something to do with firearms. A C64 with Epyx Fastload sounded like some sort of bad-ass weapon I would be in awe of. After I googled I was still in awe...just a little less so.

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Do you have wireless on the commodore? Or ethernet

 

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2

 

Serial to my Hayes 450 turbo modem.

 

Fastload was fun with the disassembly tools to patch things in games.

 

Sent from my C64 w/Epyx FastLoad cartridge

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I called sprint today and the first thing I heard was a message saying if your calling about delayed or text not going threw they are aware of the issue and are working on it.

 

Buckhunter,

thanks for the info. Glad to hear

it wasn't my phone

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