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Support flashing triangle in notification bar

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by blaxican25, May 10, 2011.

  1. blaxican25

    blaxican25 Android Expert
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    anyone no why a triangle icon just started flashing in my notification bar i was not using and programs and was not charging my phone just pick it up and seen it flashing?
     

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    did it have an exclamation point in it? If so that means you need to relogin your email for the mail@metro app.
     
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    That means your roaming normally
     
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    lol thats the first time i seen it since i had the phone, didn't know what was happening thanks guys.
     
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    What he said. It means you are not Metro's network, that you are roaming.

    In my living room, I am roaming. I walk into the kitchen and then I get 1 bar on Metro's network and the triangle goes away.

    I'm thinking of getting one of those CDMA cell phone signal boosters that you plug in. Stick it in the kitchen and then I'll get a signal in the living room. Problem is they are not cheap. The "1 room" model goes for $99. The "whole house" model is $200 - $300. Ouch.
     
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