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by Nipper Investigator
Investigator

text messages are all pending?

I have an HTC one M8. Texts were working ok then I wasn,t getting any replies. Noticed a little icon on bottom of texts when checked message details all are pending and I do not understan why any suggestions?

5 REPLIES
by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: text messages are all pending?

You don't have any network connectivity & it's waiting till you have.

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by Nipper Investigator
Investigator

Re: text messages are all pending?

I can recieve messages and make calls

by Dollydaydream Investigator
Investigator

Re: text messages are all pending?

I have the same problem and can receive calls and messages. Got my phone yesterday, everything fine until today when I got the little clock symbol and all pending.

No other way to resend either!
by Legend
Legend

Re: text messages are all pending?

Hi, 

 

This is a problem with the phone software which HTC are aware of but haven not fixed yet. If you google the issue you will find many other people over many other networks have the same issue. 

 

This is not an EE problem. 




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by Dollydaydream Investigator
Investigator

Re: text messages are all pending?

It may not be an EE software problem. However, they are the provider of the phone and they should take the relevant first steps in rectifying the problem.
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