Question about LG VOYAGER VX10000 Cellular Phone
I have an Voyager LG...When I text, in my sent file, the message either gets a GRERN checkmark OR a RED X...WHY? Does that carrier of the receiver matter? I have Verizon...I think other Verizon users get a Green checkmark but I am not sure. Can you please clarify?
I get a green arrow when I send to people.
The green arrows turns into a checkmark, when the message is delivered.
With Verizon people this is usually within a minute or so, of course unless my friend has his phone powered off - which he will do, then I don't get a checkmark until his cell gets the message.
With Non-Verizon people I don't get a green checkmark until a day later, must take longer to confirm they got it from another cell company.
The RED X is normally what I get when I try to send to a landline or an invalid phone number, or if I try to send a message - while my phone was getting an incoming message..or to someone who has text blocked. The RED X means it did not go through at all. I will re-send these if I know it's a cell phone that can get text. Then I usually make it to green arrow/then green checkmark.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Red X=Not sent
Green arrow=sent to non-Verizon
Green checkmark=Successful delivery to Verizon
Posted on May 06, 2009
The green checkmark lets you know that the other person recieved the message successfully and the red x means they did not recieve your message, it only works for verizon to verizon messages.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This error message could be generated by any of the below reasons.
During the transmission of the file it became corrupt or bad
The file was sent inappropriately
The device being opened from is bad or contains errors
The file itself is bad or the program attempting to open the file is bad.
Network / Modem transmission issues
If you are attempting to open the file from a network / modem it is likely the network either is encountering collisions or other errors during the data transmission.
Note: if the file is being sent through a session such as FTP or Telnet it is possible that it may not be sent properly.
If the file is a text file, the file must be sent as either ASCII or TEXT mode. If, however, the file is a program or non-text file, it must be sent as a Binary file.
Re-send the file.
Try Alternate method of sending the file.
Verify the file was sent properly (ASCII / TEXT / Binary)
Verify with Network Administrator that the network is not experiencing issues.
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