@Bsavage1976 Good morning Rebecca. Have you tried wiping the cache partition on your device? Do you experience these symptoms if you test your device in safe mode?
I just wiped my cache partition, but that didn't help. Then I tried "Safe Mode" and immediately got the same "Couldn't Open Connection To Server" notification! I also have a Samsung Note 8 (I have seen a few earlier posts from people with the same phone). Here are 2 screenshots that I just took... one of them was while I was in Safe Mode! This is SO annoying!!
@Bsavage1976 Have you tried resetting the network settings? Just a heads up, by resetting the network settings, it will remove all wi-fi and Bluetooth settings you currently have saved.
Yes, sorry I should have told you that! I actually did that first... about 3 days ago! It worked for about 2 hours, but then they came right back! Yesterday I installed the "Toast Source" app, and today it is showing a bunch of these notifications coming from my Visual Voicemail as well!
Have you tried clearing the cache and data for the visual voicemail app?
Didn't work for me 😥
Since update I have continually gotten this pop up message with no explanation as to why.
I had same identical problem. Popping up every 15 seconds after sending a text message. I tried safe mode, deleted cache partition, force stopped app, did everything in the world to stop it. Nothing worked until someone on another forum suggested this.
Settings > connections > more connection settings > reset network connections. This WILL solve your problem, but you'll have to re-enter your WiFi passwords and re sync all your Bluetooth connections. But it will fix it!
@userr0WsW1QYcD Have you tried any of the other troubleshooting methods mentioned previously in this thread?
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