Not getting voicemail notifictionSupport


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  1. akenis

    akenis Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    For some reason, I haven't been getting vm notifications, nor visual vm messages. I dialed in the old way and I had like 12 messages. I'm pretty stock, except for root and mobile AP.

    Is there something wrong with my epic, or my account? Or is no a good time to figure out what Google Voice is all about?
     

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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    Mobile AP??

    Is your 3g or wifi on? Roaming? What happens if you open Visual Voicemail and hit refresh?
     
  3. akenis

    akenis Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Mobile access point for wifi tether.

    Which I'm using now. Maybe that's why I don't have a refresh. I went into applications menus and cleared vvm data. The only thing in there now is the original welcome msg from sprint.

    Not sure how to test if that fixed anything.
     
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  5. akenis

    akenis Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Have since switched to Google Voice. But This guy had the fix at xda:

    if you in fact have the VVM app installed do this, works every time:

    settings > applications > manage applications > menu > filter > all

    scroll down to voicemail and tap it

    clear cache/data (its only one, i forget which)

    now open the voicemail app

    menu > compose > record a second or 2 of blank and send to activate@vvm.sprint.com

    a few minutes you should get your voicemails. i've had it happen when flashing ROMs, yada yada, just horks it somehow
     
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    RTan Well-Known Member

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    Note that "Clear data" is sufficient for your voicemail to work. It will trigger the auto-activation message but it will wipe out all your old voicemail messages. However, the server will push down the last 5 days messages. Any messages longer than 5 days will be lost for good.

    If you compose a message to activate@vvm.sprint.com, your old messages will retain and the server will push down the last 5 days messages (some may be duplicates).
     

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