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I have a 1989 VW Vanagon Westfalia that does not have an OBD2 port. I would like to add GPS tracking and this would be the most cost effective method with the added feature of a hotspot if it's possible. Can I buy an OBD2 memory saver and wire to my solar battery then connect the SyncUp Drive? It would just get steady 12V power 24/7 but no diagnostic/OBD2 information. Anyone know if its possible?
I recently switched from a Samsung S8+ to a Pixel 3a XL. Everything works great except calling/MMS/SMS/texting while on my work wifi. Over wi-fi at home or anywhere else works fine, just not at work. I desperately need it at work as I get no cell coverage in the building. Any ideas??
For a few months now, the Visual Voicemail Android App on my Samsung Galaxy S7 has not worked. There are no voicemails listed even though I have voicemails (I have to call the voicemail listen) and when I hit 'Refresh' in the app, an error message appears briefly that says, "We're sorry, we are having difficulty accessing the Voicemail server. Please try again in a few minutes." I am currently on WiFi but get the same error when I'm not. The app used to work fine, and stopped working after one of the Android updates. I've uninstalled and re-installed the app and still get the same error. Thank you for your help!
Hi,I tried to switch to a different plan yesterday and now I am stuck with a pending order. It now would not let me doing anything else and kept saying I am having a pending order. Even though I went to order detail, I hit cancel order, and the order status changed to "LOCKEDFORCANCEL". However few minutes later, I logged again, the order status changed back to INPROGRESS!So is there a way that I can remove this pending order?Many thanks
Please does anyone know a fix? Support did not: Plan Pay As You Go - Legacy. Get Errors: 1 "Cannot connect to server" trying to send a photo to my gmail account. 2. Error Failed trying to retrieve a message from gmail. The two functions always worked in the past.Flip phone Samsung t139Thank you,
I have two lines with T-Mobile 55+ company and I want to get the Note 10 plus and get a note 10 for free, but they are telling me I have to add a new line (so I'd be adding a third line in order to qualify to buy a note 10 plus and get a second note 10 free, so here's what I am thinking - if I add a third line and do the promo to buy a note 10 plus and add a third get a note 10 for free , but since I only need 2 lines I want to cancel the second line I currently have that is not part of the purchase or the new line I'm adding, it's a line I've had for over a year that does not have a contract or phone debt and if I add a third line to qualify for this promo I won't need my second line, would this effect my promotion deal? T-Mobile rep says yes and that I have to wait 90 days before cancelling in order to not effect the promo, but I don't understand why that would matter if my first line is buying the initial note 10 plus and a third line is being added to qualify for the promo (the pro
I work in Afghanistan and must always have my local country phone on me for work purposes. I also must have my personal phone on me for my family and other business associates to contact me from the United States. I left Verizon (who has better service where I live) and purchased T-mobile One Plus and bought the iPhone XS only because T-Mobile representative's led me to believe that dual sim support was available through T-mobile. They failed to tell me that it was for prepaid customers only, until I went into the store and tried to setup my ESIM. So now I carry two phones wherever I go because T-mobile hasn't supported us as full time paying customers. Is there going to be a change to this or should I just go back to Verizon Wireless? Does anybody else have other experience that may help me with my situation? Thanks in advance for any help!
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