Is this normal with text messaging?


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  1. maxx2496

    maxx2496 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    whenever im texting someone and we're conversating back and forth, some of my texts are unable to be sent and i receive an error. This happens when i am sending a text message at the same time i am receiving one. Which seems kinda stupid, i thought that kinda thing shouldnt be a problem because it obvious that alot of the time texts msgs will be going out while recieving others and the phone should be capable to support that without a problem. But i just wanted to know if anyone else is having this problem.???? Anyone??????????/
     

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  2. audiofx2

    audiofx2 Well-Known Member

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    I text 25+ times a day and I have not had one error since switching to Sprint. I got my phone on release day (June 4th) and no errors.

    It sounds more like your Sprint service rather than the phone. I would call Sprint and have them investigate.
     
  3. THEFORCE

    THEFORCE Well-Known Member

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    Yeah this is normal... its probably a limitation of the nework.
     
  4. ballr4lyf

    ballr4lyf Well-Known Member

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    +1, have the same problem. I just resend the text. Of course, it doesn't happen often enough to me for it to be a problem. :p
     
  5. dave31175

    dave31175 Well-Known Member

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    Once in a blue moon this happens to me -- I find it happens more frequently sending pics. I agree that it's probably a network issue.
     
  6. blkhwkz

    blkhwkz Active Member

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    I have had this happen with multiple phones over the last few years, TP1, TP2, and Evo.
     

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