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Re: Nokia Asha 302 sending SMS question

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noname3151
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Nokia Asha 302 sending SMS question

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Right now I have the Nokia C3-00 and everytime I send an SMS message I get a notification that says "Your message has been sent to..." which I find utterly annoying.  Anyways, can anyone tell me if the Asha 302 does this as well?  If it does is there a way to disable it? 

 

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farby
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Re: Nokia Asha 302 sending SMS question

Is it showing notification like "Your message has been sent to .." or "Your message has been delivered to ..." ?

If its about the Delivery, then you should be able to disable it ...The setting to Disable 'Delivery Reports' should be available unde Messaging-->Settings ...and it should be in your Nokia C3-00 too ..

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noname3151
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Re: Nokia Asha 302 sending SMS question


farby wrote:

Is it showing notification like "Your message has been sent to .." or "Your message has been delivered to ..." ?

If its about the Delivery, then you should be able to disable it ...The setting to Disable 'Delivery Reports' should be available unde Messaging-->Settings ...and it should be in your Nokia C3-00 too ..


My C3-00 shows "Your message has been sent to ....".  There is no way on the C3 to disable that.  Turning off delivery reports is something completly different.

 

What I really want to know though is if the Asha 302 does this or not?

 

Thank you.

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