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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by thewishman, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. thewishman

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    Bought this phone for work and need to get net alerts. Nextel says the i1 does not support net alerts. Is there an app that can make this possible?
     

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    I'm sorry could you be more specific I'm not sure I know what net alerts are?
     
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    I vaguely remembered "net alerts" from when I first got my i730, but they sucked so bad that I had to look them up just now:

    Source: Boost Mobile texting - dslreports.com

    I haven't explored the text messaging functions of my i1 yet -- I've been too busy enjoying its real email. But MMS has gotta be in there somewhere, and you shouldn't need the old "net alert" mechanism.
     
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    Yes I see now hahaha! You have email now buddy use teh email. I was thinking to myself "wtf is a net alert does he mean like teh notifications?"
     
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    BTW, I finally got around to trying text messaging on the i1 -- it's of course done via the "Messaging" app. Whatever you got via net alerts on your old phone, you should get this way now. Although email is still better, AFAICT (the MMS is slow!).
     
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