1. marcch's Avatar
    I have an HTC Legend (Vodafone Branded), that I am using unlocked in Lebanon.
    Mobile phone numbers usually start with 03, and the International Country Code is +961.

    When I send a message, it gets sent as 03****** and is stored in one thread. Then, when the same person replies to my message, it arrives as +9613******. The phone is considering them as 2 different phone numbers, and storing the received messages in a different thread.

    Is there any solution? Shall I install a non-branded ROM or anything? Is there an app for that?

    Btw, I have updated yesterday to OTA, and now in addition to this problem, I have the problem of the SMS showing older messages first.
    Handcent SMS doesn't fix the thread problem btw...
    08-06-2010 03:17 AM
  2. broeren79's Avatar
    have you stored your contacts with the country code attached to the number? +9613***************?
    08-07-2010 09:37 AM
  3. marcch's Avatar
    No my contacts are stored without the country code. However, I have realized that with some other mobile phone numbers that start with 70 or 71, there is no problem, since when you add the country code (+961), there is no 0 at the beginning to remove...
    Ex: 70****** -> +96170****** whereas 03****** -> +9613******

    Shall I install another ROM, unbranded or something?

    I tried deleting all the threads to see what would happen, problem persists...

    Thank you...
    08-07-2010 12:54 PM
  4. marcch's Avatar
    08-11-2010 03:46 AM
  5. marcch's Avatar
    the Legend forum is pretty dead... seems developers aren't interested in this phone.... :s
    09-03-2010 03:54 AM
  6. SeeK's Avatar
    Personally, I always attach country codes to phone numbers since it just removes a lot of hassle when moving around and sending numbers across borders to other people. You may want to try it with a few numbers and see what happens.

    And yes, quite a few of these forums are quite dead. Which is surprising, since these phones are really new. I guess phones that are more prevalent in Europe aren't really popular with US people.
    09-03-2010 05:29 AM