AlanPartridge

San Diego Problem making/ receiving calls/ texts

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Hi guys,

As the title, my OSD stopped receiving/ sending calls and texts on Friday. I called Orange and they suggested a new sim, which I got and inserted - transferred my account details over to the new sim but the same problem. Phone is fine in every other regard and shows a signal on the Orange/ T-Mobile Network.

It's not rooted and running ICS 4.0.4.

Any help would be gratefully received!

Thank you,

Trev

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Is this to all numbers or only some?

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Hi, yes it is all numbers. Same with trying to send texts. They just hang.

The strange thing is mobile data over the network seems to be ok?

Trev

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Sometimes you have to have the network settings set up on the phone and internet settings are separate I'm not sure. Go onto the dialer and dial #. What's the outcome?

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It says "Connection problem or invalid MMI code."

Cheers.

Just tried the # trick and got the same message and I have no problem. I presume you've tried rebooting?

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Yes, many, many times! I'm thinking it's a hardware problem, but it just seems strange that it's calls and texts only. I'll pop it into the Orange Shop tomorrow.

Ta,

Trev

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Can I ask why you are saying 'Trev' at the end of your posts if your name is Alan Partridge?

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Lol! Trev was taken, so I just used my favourite comedy character.

Trev/ Alan

;)

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