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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.
I got a new phone and it is not blacklisted but after 30 minutes or so the phone keeps getting reported lost/stolen after I try to activate it.I just want to know why it is doing it because all the things that I have read online says the phone is blacklisted when it does that but it is not blacklisted
I have been a Cricket user for over 5 years but recently my voice mail box doesn't allow anyone to leave a message. I have a Apple SE which was replaced by an Apple store after it was damaged. The Apple store cloned the hardware from the damaged phone and says the new one works perfectly. It does, except for one problem - no one can leave a message in my voicemail box since the hardware was swapped. When I call voicemail it says no messages - so it seems to be set up correctly.I went to the Cricket store and they say it it not their problem (that means the girl doesn't know how to fix it). She says the number is not registered with Cricket even though normal data and voice (non-voicemail) work fine and the bills are paid promptly (automatically).Can anyone help? Or do I need to find a provider that delivers everything I pay for?
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?
I've had an account with Cricket for close to two yeas and have not been able to receive MMS. Cannot receive pictures from non iOS devices or group messages from non iOS users. I have done the following:-Troubleshoot with Cricket customer support at least over a dozen separate times. Useless.-Turned off WiFi-Disabled iMessage-Reset network settings-Reset all settings-Reset phone-Change to a different iPhone-Changed sims-Bought new sim-Changed to a different provider, then back to cricketNothing works.HELP! P.S. Please don't suggest to reset network settings or reset the phone or reboot the phone or anything else listed above. IT WONT WORK!
I am using a IPhone SE with the latest update. Usually I text this specific person frequently but now I can’t send messages to them. With other contacts i’m able to send messages without any problems but this person i’m able to recieve messages but I’m not able to send them. I already tried the settings and changing it to send as SMS but it didn’t make a difference since the other person already had an android and I’ve alre tried resetting my phone but that didn’t work either. How can I fix this?
Couple days ago I switched over to Cricket and brought my own device (iPhone 6s) and transferred my phone number.I activated the SIM card and I'm able to make phone calls, data and single text messages, but I'm not able to send Group Texts. I called the hotline and walked through the usual steps, OS upgrade, Network Reset, re-boot. At the end of the day they couldn't help. With the SIM Card from Cricket I'm not able to see the Carrier Network Configuration option under Settings/Cellular/Carrier Services to update the APN settings manually. They actually should automatically update with the SIM card, but since Group Message are not working I suspect an incorrect configuration. Any help is appreciated
New customer. I can’t send pictures to anyone. Turning off MMS does prompt a “MMS must be turned on” error, but doing so doesn’t help. I have tried resetting network settings. Didn’t help. iMessages and text work. I have no place in settings to edit APN settings as I have with other carriers.iPhone 6, iOS 12.1.2
When making or receiving call after a few minutes I can hear the person on the other line but they can't hear me. This is very frustrating. I always thought that Iphones are good but am very dissapointed in this one. My husband has a motorola and has no problems on his. We are both on cricket so I don't feel its a network problem. i have the latest updates on my phone. Basically all my expensive phone is good for is texting and internet. was wondering if anyone else is having these problems with the iphone 7 plus? Thanks!
When I am on my phone’s data I am having extreme lagging issues. I am not over my data limits either. I’ve been with Cricket for three months now, and it has been a continuous problem no matter where I am physically located. It appears to happen on several different towers
I bought a iPhone XR off Facebook Classifieds not knowing that Cricket has a locked period and the guy who sold it ghosted - so now I have an expensive paperweight. Cricket won’t help me without his phone number and pin which I obviously can’t get. Is there anything I can do?
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