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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bubba420, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. bubba420

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    Hi everyone....I've recently changed from an iphone to the infuse 4g. For the past couple weeks the texts I've sent my wife are received as "jumble"? Example....fkbw[048956yu0yugjbi49igmv it's just a series of numbers and letters? She's on an iphone 4 but also has a nextell style flip phone for work. I've sent messages to both and it's the same result. Im new to all this so Im learning. Could it be something in the message settings? CB activation, channel configuration....I dont know what any of that means or if it should b set up a specific way? Any help would be appreciated.
     

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    What does it read in your settings under text message? Look at your service centre address. There should he a number there. I would just save all data and do a factory reset.
     
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    Havent had that problem and have at least 10 iphone users i text... Sorry cant help...
     
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    Is your data turned on?
     
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    I had that issue a few times, I think a firmware update fixed it but I also starting using Go SMS Pro instead so that might have been it as well.
     

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