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Thread: Do I have to choose between vis voicemail and signal bars?

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    Default Do I have to choose between vis voicemail and signal bars?
    Just had to upgrade and rejailbreak on 4.3.3. I kept the base and as I occasionally travel overseas, so of course I put ultrasn0w on to fix the signal bars and lost my visual voicemail. I have reset network settings repeatedly etc and the only way I can get VM back is to toggle ultrasn0w off, which of course kills my signal display

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    I have never heard of visual voicemail being disabled because of ultrasn0w. That's odd. So visual vm works then without ultrasn0w installed then right? I would just suggest to not have ultrasn0w installed then and deal with the cosmetic 1 signal bar issue if that were me. But then again like I said I've never heard of this before, and a restore and rejb would probably be a hassle huh? Bc that's probably the only thing that could fix it. It might not even fix it either so I don't know. Tough call.

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    Correct, if I kill ultrasn0w my vvm works perfectly. When I get back home I may go ahead and restore/jb, but yeah, kind of a pain. Also not sure if it will do any good if I use a backup, and I am not willing to start totally over right now.

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    Yeah for sure you wouldn't want to restore from back up if you do choose to restore. That's so weird, I've never seen this before. I feel like it's just a bugged out jb thing but at the same time I'm scared to tell you for sure bc I'd hate for you to restore and it didn't work lol.

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    Remove your sim card and put it back in. That's the trick everyone says works. It survives restrings but you gotta do it every time u reboot

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    removing and reinserting the sim card worked great...Thanks for the tip.

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