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Saturday, July 23, 2005

Dull Razr

As expected, I finally dropped my flashy new Motorola Razr - twice. Once on tiled floor, and once on cement (when that stupid Adelphia installer wouldn't install the damn cable box without John). I don't know if this is related but now there's this annoying little envelope at the top of the screen that just won't go away. I have erased all my voicemail and have read all my text messages, but that little icon is persistent.

Actually, I had about four missed calls last night but no voicemail notices. But when I was trying to get rid of that little envelope by checking my voicemail (because earlier in the day when I had finished checking everything, it still wouldn't go away), I suddenly had four messages that I was never notified of. But after listening to all the new ones, the problem was still there.

This morning, I turned my phone off and turned it back on again to see if that would get rid of it. Then I had two notifications - "Message 8 sent" and then "Message 9 sent". Those were messages I sent last night! $#^%&%%^&*^*^!!!

Alright, that's the end of my ranting. Sheesh.

5 comment(s):

Happened to me once last month and damn envelope sign thingy is still on my phone!! Just been lazy to call the cell phone company to reset - just don't know if they can do it over the phone or I have to physically go to one of their kiosks!! Frustrating.

By Anonymous Valerie, at July 23, 2005 9:37 PM  

Well it finally cleared but then I got a couple more voicemails and now it won't clear again! So maybe it's not the phone but the connection to the voicemail server?

By Blogger Cathy, at July 24, 2005 12:11 AM  

In order to clear the Voice Mail Indicator (VMI), call your cel from another phone and leave a voice message. Then use your cel to check for your new message. Delete the dummy message, and make sure to press * to exit the Voice mail system before your hit the hang-up button. The VMI sometimes gets stuck when you exit via hang-up (vs. the * exit prompt). Good luck!

By Anonymous Jodee, at July 25, 2005 10:42 AM  

Thanks Jods! I'll try that.

By Blogger Cathy, at July 25, 2005 4:28 PM  

Thanks Jodee I will try that too!

By Anonymous Valerie, at July 25, 2005 8:27 PM  

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