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Old 07-27-2008, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How would one find the reject cause on the pearl.
ALT+jkvv should give the reject casue and doesn't seem to be possible to do that on a pearl.
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Old 07-27-2008, 08:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, I've been around BBs for a little while, and have never heard of a reject cause.
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Since the pearl has SureType, wouldn't you have to double tap to get the K and both V's?

I know to get the signal to show a number instead of the bars, you have to do ALT-BN-BN-M-L-L instead of ALT-NMLL like on a full keyboard.

Never heard of a reject code, either. What is it for?
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I got a 0 for the reject cause. What is it?
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I got a 0 for the reject cause. What is it?
ditto. Just got a 0
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Since the pearl has SureType, wouldn't you have to double tap to get the K and both V's?

I know to get the signal to show a number instead of the bars, you have to do ALT-BN-BN-M-L-L instead of ALT-NMLL like on a full keyboard.

Never heard of a reject code, either. What is it for?
It tells you why your phone is being rejected on the network. Comes handy when you are getting a data connection refused.
So you guys actually got it to work on your pearls?
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The code you're thinking of is alt+lglgl


I only know this because Verizon had me do this today. They thought that the issues I have been having were due to low memory and deleting these would help. I was really cautious about it though, since I'm having a TON of problems with my pearl(s) I didn't want to remove all of the records but. I've gone through 5 of them so far this year. They all are having software problems but after having so many, the next time I call them I'm telling them I want a curve.
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ALT LGLG is the log file... not the same as the OP was inquiring.

Two different codes.
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