I don't know if it's my provider (Appalachian Wireless) or what, but sometimes there's a huge delay in my phone receiving texts even when I have good signal. Anyone else experience this problem?
Do you know if there is a way to momentarily stop receiving texts without losing them? I mean sometimes I m out with friends and I dont wanna be bothered by receiving texts and I dont want to receive them since they might read them etc.
Today, it seemed my Galaxy S3 wasn't receiving any calls/texts for quite some time. I only realized this when I tried to send the same text a few times and it just wouldn't send. My first thought was to restart the device and after doing so, I saw a voicemail and a few texts I had missed. What would be causing this? Not very convenient when you're expecting something important to come through!
Been having trouble with my HTC Incredible S recently. Texts rarely send, and I rarely receive texts, unless I turn off all data, and constantly reboot my phone and/or send texts to myself to kick starts texts into sending and receiving. I'd buy a new phone, but am waiting for the Nexus 4 to come back into stock.
Recently my phone has not been receiving texts or calls until I text myself and then all the texts come in at once, and then eventually it stops working again and I have to repeat this same process again. Does anyone know why this is happening?
I need some help with my samsung galaxy s3 bought from korea and i am using it now here in the philippines. The model is SHW-M440S i am heaitant to buy it from a friend of mine though cos it might be imit.
Now my problem is, i encountered delayed on my incoming and outgoing messages using a GLOBE provider here in Cebu.
Im having problems with delayed texts. Sometimes 4 or 5 hours after the person sends to me. Its weird because its only from my gf. She has at&t and i have sprint. Does anyone else have this problem or know how to maybe fix it?
Some of my friends say they aren't receiving my texts and those
that make this claim all have one thing in common... they don't have
smartphones. Some only receive garbled text, nonsensical partial sentences
or letters that don't spell anything, I have noticed the ones who get these garbled texts
all have cheap little flip-phones, or trac phones.