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    Re: 8320 H@H; it does work but one issue

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    Oh right. got it thanks.. Yeah i decided to teach my pearl how to swear so i had a few extra ones in there. Thanks again

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    Re: 8320 H@H; it does work but one issue

    Im kind of lost trying to wipe my berry and doing an advance restore, anyone could point me in the right direction would help a lot.

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    Re: 8320 H@H; it does work but one issue

    as long as the call originates on uma, it doesn't matter if the call transfers to the tower; it shouldn't, so i would check to see why that is happening, but as long as you have the unlimited hotspot@home feature you will not be billed for the calls. one thing to check: t-mobile has notified us that if you have your router set up on or near a hi-def television, it will interfere with the signal. if yours is, just try moving it further away and see if that helps . my router and curve are "in the mail" so i'm anxious to find out for myself how much it helps me. my parents have it and love it; they couldn't use their cell phones in the house until they added it. The first two weeks after they got it, i would get a call from my father every few hours, "hey, guess where i'm calling from?" i don't know, dad, the bathroom?

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