Text Msg Notification Problem

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    I guess the last upgrade changed the notification for a text message received to none. I changed the notification checkmark and hopefully that will work. dancedroid
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    If you are talking about the OTA update, it didn't change my text notification.
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    I seem to be having the same issue. Phone call notifications work,I just get any notification for a text.
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    Suddenly i get a notification when I even OPEN texting and it says//////

    Text not sent -- letter in upper left corner with x over it. Never started until today.

    And the texts have been going through............
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    Please no hi-jacking of threads.
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    What does hi jacking a thread mean?
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    Hijacking a thread is basically making a reply in a thread about an issue that is not exactly pertinent to the original thread topic.(Like hijacking an airplane is making it deviate from its original flightplan to a flightplan of your choosing)

    An example would be: In a thread asking how to set an mp3 as a ringtone, you or anyone else comes in and asks "how do I root my Evo?"...totally off topic of the thread you posted it in.

    In this case, here is the original post of this thread:
    "I guess the last upgrade changed the notification for a text message received to none. I changed the notification checkmark and hopefully that will work"

    And here is your first post in this thread:
    "Suddenly i get a notification when I even OPEN texting and it says//////
    Text not sent -- letter in upper left corner with x over it. Never started until today. And the texts have been going through............
    "

    Now, while somewhat, kinda sorta, each is dealing with notifications, the 2 are not the same issue...so your first post is hijacking the OP`s original topic...:)
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