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Flashing Envelope I have a samsung T209 that I am using while my Samsung t519 is being repaired. I have a flashing envelope but when I check text messages or voicemail there is nothing there. What does it mean when it is flashing like that. Thanks

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Well it happens with me to sometime message is diverted back from network causes this try to delete any existing message may solve this problem something

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