1. kmcgorman's Avatar
    My EVO did an automatic update, now, it shows that I have voice message, but, when I call my voice message, it tells me that I have no new messages. Then my phone will randomly signal that I have a new voice message ... but, nothing is there. I have tried shutting the phone off, taking out the battery and doing a phone update ... nothing helps .... now what?
    06-08-2011 06:56 PM
  2. Bendroid55's Avatar
    try going to Settings/Applications/Manage Applications. Look for your voice mail app then select it and hit clear data.
    06-08-2011 08:09 PM
  3. Moscow Desire's Avatar
    I thought, excuse me if I'm wrong, voicemail was a provider function?

    I would check any type of Notification options. All Providers are unique in this, as in what options they have.
    06-09-2011 06:00 AM
  4. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Try rebooting the phone if the problem persists; a hard reset if it's still not fixed.
    06-09-2011 09:35 AM
  5. garrettfarnum's Avatar
    Go to settings>call>clear voicemail notification
    It's a temporary fix but I'll work until we get another update


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    06-09-2011 09:39 AM
  6. Bendroid55's Avatar
    Your voicemail can be managed by your carrier or an app like Google Voice. I haven't been on my stock rom in a while so I can't recall if there is a native app that appears in applications. It sounds like what garrettfarnum says might be what I was trying to instruct you to do. Consider not having your carrier provide the service, Google Voice gives you really great visual voice mail for free and you don't even have to call a number to get your messages.
    06-09-2011 05:20 PM
  7. garrettfarnum's Avatar
    Your voicemail can be managed by your carrier or an app like Google Voice. I haven't been on my stock rom in a while so I can't recall if there is a native app that appears in applications. It sounds like what garrettfarnum says might be what I was trying to instruct you to do. Consider not having your carrier provide the service, Google Voice gives you really great visual voice mail for free and you don't even have to call a number to get your messages.
    Yes, there is visual voicemail but even if you've listened to all of them it's still there. I've been all over this phone trying to find a fix but the one I posted seems to be the only one so far.


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    06-09-2011 07:10 PM
  8. Jude526's Avatar
    Your voicemail can be managed by your carrier or an app like Google Voice. I haven't been on my stock rom in a while so I can't recall if there is a native app that appears in applications. It sounds like what garrettfarnum says might be what I was trying to instruct you to do. Consider not having your carrier provide the service, Google Voice gives you really great visual voice mail for free and you don't even have to call a number to get your messages.
    nice suggestion but we want the notification on stock to work properly. That doesn't help our issue.
    but thanks anyway
    10-01-2011 10:52 AM
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