I've had my samsung upstage for almost a year now with little problems, but just recently my missed call alerts have become scrambled. it's text written oven text so you can't really read it anymore. has anyone else had this? any solutions?
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I think this should be under Sound. Go to Settings>Sounds>Notifications, tap it and choose the notifications you want for when you miss a call or for just about anything. If what you are looking for is to alert you every minute only for the missed call, that isn't out yet for Androids.
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I use SMS Popup (from the Play Store) for repeating text message reminders. It has other functions, but I primarily use the 'reminder' options. I'm not sure if you could (or should) do 5 to 10 second intervals as it would probably kill your battery. I think that 1 minute is the minimum. I guess you could also use a notification sound that is longer. You could even record your own. I once recorded myself coughing and used it as the notification.
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To clear a missed call alert you simply have to call back the caller. If you do not want to speak to the caller, call, then hang up quickly. I do this all the time when I don't want to talk to someone.
Hi. I just fixed it on my S8300... just try to recover the alert screen from outside the visible edges of the screen (move your finger by the edges, randomly, until you achieve to get the alert screen partially visible, then move it carefully to the center of the screen).