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Try restarting the pre by holding down the power button until a window pops up and selecting restart. If this doesn't help, check the top right corner of the phone, where your signal reception is shown. If the box next to is says EV, you should be connected to the right data signal. If it says 1x or R, you are either in an area where data has low or no reception, or your phone is having trouble locking onto the correct data network. If is says EV, then I would say that it is just the phone. To be honest, the pre has never been the snappiest or the most responsive of phones, and I often have to double tap on mine.
If you are in an area where you have a weak signal or no signal at all then messages will go to the sent folder but don't notify you that they were failoed. Then the next time you power cycle your phone any failed messages with the red circle you mentioned will then attempt to resend. Even if it's 2 weeks later when you finaly turn your phone off and back on! This caused me some grief a while back, now I always check my service indicator bars before I send any messages :)
if you can still access the menu on the phone, you can try to reset it. But if not, it only means that the incident happened on your phone damaged the mother board on it, the reason why it's having this malfunction.
Globalstar's satellites have a defect in them that caused downstream service to fail. They launched some satellites a few months ago and are planning to launch four more in June'ish. They are supposed to have the constellation fully working by March of next year.
i have that one too.. yes, it stands for High-Speed Downlink Packet
Access (HSDPA) for a 3G mobiles. i had network problems/signal issues
weeks ago when i used that setting, so i changed my phone setting from
3G to GSM. [uhm..i don't think you can find that in the user guide
either, hehe. you have to browse and make yourself familiar w/ your
phone=) ] with that i don't think i can make video calls, but who
cares.. my signal issues were resolved. now, whenever i switch back to
3g, i can still see my signal bar on the upper left fluctuates.. sigh ;c
anyways, you can make that "H" disappear by going to:
then choose GSM only.
EV-DO this is a normal icon especially on e815 Verizon phones.
EV and EV-DO stands for Evolution Data only. Evolution data Optimized. Like CDMA Technology but faster and better for certain features. So don't worry about it, is just part of the E815.
i have the same phone and which has the same problem i rang customer service to see if they could help they told me to try my simcard in a different phone and the sim works no problemwithsim they told me it could be the phone that is broke only had the phone 3 month
The EV is not a mode of the of the phone, it's a service status, representing the data-transfer rate your phone can handle in your current area. The text message problem is likely not linked to the EV symbol.