This is an international symbol on the start of area codes. IE I live in Australia ans text messages received from other Australian mobiles have +61 which is the AUS international area code. If you replace the +61 with a 0 (in the case of AUS text messages) this is now the full mobile number the text was received from. Hope this helps.
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you have reached the car and truck problem section of fixya-if your car was making a noise or lighting up strang lights or wiggling while you drove home I'd be better at helping you-I do email on a lap top and voice messages on my phone-so I'm not sure I'll be much good at fixing your text message I D problem-try putting the name in place of the phone number on your contact list-sorry-I know lame- cheers Denny
For me to use a phone with my uconnect and still use AT&T as my bundled provider, I had only one choice of phones. The HTC ONE. Did you use the software tool available that matches the IPS you have or want with the phone features you want. The program spits out the phone(s) available. I wanted all the features including speech to text to a text message, and some other geeky features that in the end limited me to the HTC ONE. But I lucked out. the phone is incredible. Oh, I have yet to use the feature I bought the phone for! You probably have the Uconnect help and support number but here it is anyway; 1-877-855-8400. I hope this helps.
These DTCs set when the control module does not receive a message that it was expecting from another control module, and does not know which control module did not send that message.
Modules connected to the class 2 serial data circuit monitor for serial data communications during normal vehicle operation. Operating information and commands are exchanged among the modules. When a module receives a message for a critical operating parameter, the module records the identification number of the module which sent the message for State of Health monitoring. A critical operating parameter is one which, when not received, requires that the module use a default value for that parameter. When a module does not associate an identification number with at least one critical parameter within 5 seconds of beginning serial data communication, DTC U1000 is set. When more than one critical parameter does not have an identification number associated with it, the DTC will only be reported once.
This is an
increasingly common phishing scam and certainly has nothing to do with FixYa.
The attachment if you open it will almost certainly contain a virus or an
attempt to get personal information from you or both. Ignore this
SMS. Do not open any attachments it suggests you open or download. Never
respond to any such unsolicited SMS unless you are expecting it from a specific
person or organisation ((Frankly, there is no organisation in the world that is
going to send you an SMS about a job without talking to you on the phone or
face to face first). Do not even
reply to the text, since your reply will confirm to the scammer that they have
sent a message to a valid phone number. Replying or taking any action
guarantees that the scammers will begin to target you more frequently.
One missed communication code isn't normally something you should worry about. The modules in the system pass State of Health messages back and forth on a continual basis. Some times these messages are missed due to electrical noise or other factors in the system. The next time the message is sent it may be received just fine but the previous code is not reset. If you see a lot of these codes then you need to start thinking of battery or data link problems.