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T mobile and beta

(Topic created: 08-19-2022 05:10 PM)
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Yamialex224
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Why is it t mobile customers are having the worst luck with the beta. I have only seen a couple other carriers with small issues. I have a Verizon sim card and the only issue is the notifications and toggles
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Teknician
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My guess is that it's related to the apps that they may have installed. I'm on TM and haven't had anything but very minor issues on my S22+.
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Yamialex224
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Most issues I have seen is with the Google messages RCS chat
ShortRound51
Galaxy
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I don't use Google messages so that hasn't affected me.
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I am on T-Mobile and no issues
Kenh50S22U
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I'm on t-mobile. No issue's.
userp6tZtQKudk
Cosmic Ray
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I'm on Tmobile S22U unlocked. No issues except for earlier delays receiving notifications and that seems to have cleared itself up.
user_ams007
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I am using Verizon wireless on my Samsung galaxy s22 ultra and I am having some issues with receiving notifications, if I toggle airplane mode on and off my notifications will work as for Rcs chat services no issues
cchat9000
Galaxy
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My main issue is the messages app. It seems to be t-mobile to t-mobile that struggles with sending. I have been able to use my att s22 just fine to text my beta t-mobile. I have tried everything (cache partition, force stop, sim card manager, drain flea power, etc.) Just awaiting an update at this point. I do wonder if it's because t-mobile hosts their own rcs server from my understanding.
Ryan891
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I'm not having any particular issues on T-Mobile. You might be seeing more bug reports from T-Mobile users because there is probably more of us. To my knowledge T-Mobile is the only one allowing their carrier locked S22 Ultras to participate in the beta. I could be wrong though