How can I check text messages when phone under repair/replacement


#1

My phone won’t charge anymore. I’ve ordered a new one but until it arrives, how can I check my text/voice messages? I can’t get to work without it. Help!


#2

@jonathan.hodges

Text has to be with the phone to access it but voicemail you can dial your phone number.

Call from Another Cell Phone or Landline

  1. Dial your Republic Wireless phone number.
  2. When your voicemail picks up, tap *
  3. Enter your voicemail password when prompted.
  4. Once you’ve listened to your messages, hang up to end your call.
    Note: In order to call from a different cell phone or landline, your voicemail password must be something other than the default 1234. Be sure that you have changed the voicemail password.

Voicemail

Change to Dial-in Access to Voicemail

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#3

Hi @jonathan.hodges,

Though you won’t be able to see the content, it is possible to see who’s been messaging as well as calling you by peeking in on history when signed into your Republic account here: View Calls & Messages | Republic Wireless.


#4

Can I forward my Republic Wireless text messages to an app on my tablet that I can read and reply with over wifi? I ca make phone calls with my Google Hangouts app and can check my voicemail with Google Voice app. My SMS messages are crucial though.


#5

@jonathan.hodges

Not yet with RW but they are working on it.

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#6

More often than not when a phone won’t charge the cause is:

  1. A bad charging cable.

  2. A bad charger.

  3. Charger plugged into an outlet that is switched off.

  4. Pocket lint in the charging port.

  5. Trying to charge from a USB port that doesn’t support charging.


#7