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I have an Apple SE. My old one broke and I got a replacement from the Apple Store. After the replacement, I find that no one can leave me an voicemail message. I have the voice mail box set up correctly and it always says I have no messages. When people call and I do not answer, they can no longer leave an voicemail message like they did before I swapped phone hardware.Apple store cloned my old phone to the new one and they say it is OK. I went to the Cricket Store and they say its not their problem (that means she doesn't know how to fix it). She says the number isn't registered in the Cricket system although I get normal voice and data fine - just not voicemail. I am a 5 year + user of Cricket services but am about ready to switch to a service where all the features I pay for works.Can anybody help?
Since the last update my autocorrect feature has been acting up, finishing words automatically with the first part of the word still attached.https://xender.vip/ As you can see in my title it causes a lot of issues when typing even simple sentences, requiring a lot of going back and retyping what was messed up.https://nox.tips/
Since the last update my autocorrect feature has been acting up, finishing words automatically with the first part of the word still attached. As you can see in my title it causes a lot of issues when typing even simple sentences, requiring a lot of going back and retyping what was messed up. ThanksWalmart one login
Whats the deal with this?I like the content on AppleTV+ but everytime I use the TV app I have to click all the way to the bottom to finally get to AppleTV+ shows.Even worse is I literally don't use the TV app for anything else except AppleTV+ content. You would think by now the advanced AI would know to put AppleTV+ content on the first row. But no. It buries it waaayyyyyy down the bottom.Even worse a ton of the rows above are for HBO, Netflix, Showtime, ect......stuff I don't even had subscriptions to. Why are they showing me all this crap I don't have access to?
Both OS's are good in their own right, I always remain objective when comparing the two.One thing I wish android has that iPhone does so well is compatibility... iPhones paired with other apple devices just work instantly and without the need of setting anything up, its almost magic (cliché sounding I'm aware). Also apps.. they run better on iOS, are released first on iOS, and get updates quicker.I guess also a messaging app like iMessage. Hangouts kinda does the job but not really at the same time.Edit: I asked the iPhone sub the same type of question, let's see what they say lol.
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