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    PIN smiley face status

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    Hi

    Just wondering, when I am viewing my contact list for PIN messaging, what do the different icons symbolize or is there a legend that tells me? There are a few that show up randomly, like the smiley face with what seems to be a few lines symbolizing the face is talking?

    If you konw what im takling about could you perhaps guide me in the right direction? If you don't I probably sound like a lunatic and you can move on to the next thread haha.

    thnx

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    Re: PIN smiley face status

    If you go to the contact and then select menu>contact info it should tell you what the status is.

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    Re: PIN smiley face status

    A smiley face is available, a smiley face with a red x means they are unavailable, if you look at the contact and their name is italicized that means that they are busy, and finally if the status info says"unreachable" then they have their phone turned off. Hope this helped. Also if you request a contact by pin, they will be in the pending field until they approve you.
    Last edited by RayZ; 02-13-2008 at 10:06 PM. Reason: spelling, punctuation

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    Re: PIN smiley face status

    Unreachable can also mean they are in an area of no coverage.


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    Re: PIN smiley face status

    Yeah I forgot about no coverage. It shows as unreachable when the device is off as well. But you're correct-if they are out of the coverage area it will show unreachable. Thanks EricaJ! ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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