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Old 07-30-2009, 11:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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In OS 4.7, if you miss a call, you get a modal dialog saying you missed a call, and are forced to dismiss or view it.

It's really annoying. Checked settings and can't find a way to turn this off. Anyone know how to get rid of that dialog?
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It's a carrier-sent message. There's not a on-device BlackBerry setting.

It is a form of SMS from the carrier, and I have read that some users have been able to have their carrier disable it.

I like it, so I haven't bothered.
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JSanders - Good info, thanks.

I actually don't mind the message in the Messages folder (apparently SMS based?), it's the dialog that comes up, that forces me to do something before I can continue. It's disruptive.

So many things can be set on the BB. I wish they would allow you to keep it from throwing up that dialog box!
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I recently called Sprint about this same thing, and unfortunately the answer is "live with it". It's part of their system and not even they can turn it off for one user. The only way it's going away is if the carrier decides to do away with it completely. Wish they would!
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JSanders - Good info, thanks.

I actually don't mind the message in the Messages folder (apparently SMS based?), it's the dialog that comes up, that forces me to do something before I can continue. It's disruptive.

So many things can be set on the BB. I wish they would allow you to keep it from throwing up that dialog box!
You can stop this........go to your messages icon> options> general> new message indicator (change to no)
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You can stop this........go to your messages icon> options> general> new message indicator (change to no)
Interesting that it would be there, instead of in the phone app.

Exactly what new message indicator does that control?

For example, will the LED stop blinking when I get a new e-mail?

Or just the new missed phone call dialog will stop being displayed?
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I changed the setting, then called the phone.

The dialog still comes up, so this obviously didn't work.

What does that setting control anyway?
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I changed the setting, then called the phone.

The dialog still comes up, so this obviously didn't work.

What does that setting control anyway?
I thought it would get rid of that......kinda like having a "theme controlled" sms and email inbox seperatly?

I guess it just hides the SMS notifications


I tried the options from phone app too.....no go.....i thought maybe call logging would fix it but no luck

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